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How Some Wild Animals Became Tame Ones

NAME OF THE STORYTELLER:

Jeanie Runion


TITLE OF THE STORY:

How Some Wild Animals Became Tame Ones


STORY SOURCE MATERIAL:

Adaptation of a Story Found in
Andrew Lang's Brown Fairy Book, Published in 1904


TALETYPE:

Animal Tale; Fable; Pourquoi Tale


STORY RATING:

General Audience


ABSTRACT/SUMMARY OF THE STORY:

When the miller invites all the wild animals to his wedding feast, a young boy tries to help the animals make their best decision about whether or not to attend. Will the animals listen to the boy? Or will their pride get in the way?


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