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Little Red Riding Hood
The naive and innocent be warned-not everyone in this world is as nice and gentle as you are. Be cautious and careful when speaking with strangers and acquaintances, for they just may be wolves in sheep's clothing!
The Ugly Duckling
Written by Hans Christian Andersen, the moral lesson of The Ugly Duckling is acceptance. Be kind to one another, and treat others as you'd like to be treated. Another wonderful lesson to learn from this story is to learn to love and accept yourself, no matter who tries to bring you down.
The Three Little Pigs
In the story of the three little pigs, the wolf symbolizes life's challenges, and the pigs represent the right way and the wrong ways to prepare for life's unplanned disasters. By working hard and putting time and effort into building a strong, sturdy brick house, the last pig prevents the wolf from entering his home, and he survives. His brothers, however, suffer a much worse fate due to laziness and poor preparation.
Goldilocks and the Three Bears
Goldilocks and the Three Bears teaches its readers about respecting other people's belongings and privacy. Goldilocks may not have cared that she was breaking and entering at the time that she did it, but suffered a great scare when she woke up with three angry bears roaring over her. She escaped into the forest, lesson learned-- and was quite lucky they didn't maul her to death!
The Little Red Hen
The Little Red Hen teaches us that hard work will be rewarded, while laziness will not pay off. After going through all of the trouble of baking bread from scratch, the industrious little red hen refuses to share the delicious bread with her barnyard friends that refused to help her make it.
The story of Peter Pan and Neverland reminds us to cherish the memories and lessons you learn in childhood, and to carry them with you into adulthood. It's also a friendly reminder that everyone must embrace maturity, responsibility, and grow up at some point.