El zorro, el león y el venado
This old fable, which is adapted to authentic Spanish, introduces readers to a big lion and a sneaky fox who work together to trap a deer. Later, the fox conjures up a plan to trap both the lion and the deer, only to learn that doing bad things is always a bad idea.
This is 1 of 10 fables adapted to Spanish in Fábulas y el Mundo Real–a series of intriguing Spanish narrative texts. Vibrant artwork on every page helps teachers educate students on important lessons and morals. These Spanish adaptations of fables also provide a foundation for corresponding informational texts that draw upon the fables' nonfiction elements.
To learn more about this series, view our Fábulas y el Mundo Real Series Snapshot, or view an entire Fábulas y el Mundo Real narrative text sample book.