Little Ant and the Dragonfly (Moral: Every Truth Has Two Sides) (Little Ant Books Book 7)

Written by S.M.R. Saia

When Buddy Ant pushes Little Ant into a puddle, Little Ant insists that he did it on purpose. The dragonfly saw everything, and he agrees to tell the other insects the truth about what happened. But whose “truth” will he tell?

This is an original story that illustrates Aesop’s moral: Every truth has two sides.

About the Series

The Little Ant books are reimaginings of Aesop’s classic fables, teaching timeless lessons like “appearances can be deceiving” and “one good turn deserves another.” Brought to life by Tina Perko’s vibrant and whimsical illustrations, the stories follow Little Ant as he navigates through the challenges and frustrations of growing up. In the tradition of the classic series the Berenstain Bears, Frances, and Thomas the Tank Engine, Little Ant’s adventures provide him with opportunities to build character and learn valuable lessons about friendship, kindness, empathy, teamwork, courage, and the importance of being true to yourself.

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