New Illustrations Heighten Our Stories
October 2021 Newsletter
In this edition: Stories to Grow By highlights feedback, updates new story illustrations, and features the Aesop Fable: "Androcles & the Lion"!
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New Illustrations To Feast Your Eyes On
Over the past few weeks we have been updating some of our most popular stories with brand new illustrations! One being our featured story this month, Androcles and the Lion, but several others as well.
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"ALWAYS HELPING OTHERS IS WHAT MATTERS"
Androcles and the Lion: October 2021 Featured Story
Androcles and the Lion is an Aesop Fable centered around the themes of helping others, personal dilemma's, and standing for what you believe in.
The tale tells the story of Androcles after he has escaped slavery. Androcles finds himself in a forest and is comes face to face with a Lion. Instead of attacking him, the Lion asks for help in removing a thorn stuck in his paw. Androcles helps the Lion and removes the thorn.
Soon after, Androcles finds himself condemned to death for fleeing from his slave master. Androcles is thrown to the Lion's but is once again met with that same Lion whom he helped remove the thorn. After being freed, Androcles and the Lion both enjoy their liberty once more.
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Featured Readers Comments for Androcles and the Lion
"Always helping others is what matters."
"Help others no matter what."
"You have to be brave and don't be afraid"
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Androcles, an escaped slave, meets a lion in the woods. An Aesop’s tale.