Aesop, born in the 7th c BC, intended his stories for an adult audience, and used animals as characters so as not to offend his audience or the governing powers. The common sense wisdom of Aesop's morals is ageless. We are never too old to be reminded to beware of flattery, greed and complacency.
Stories for young adults,
children, and students
Meric du Val
English-French English-Spanish Spanish-French
A trilogy for teens and young adults
English French Spanish
Four young protagonists use logic and reasoning to uncover clues. The underlying goal is to educate youth on historic, political, environmental and social issues.
The Realm of The Birds
The Pecan Grove - The Golden Rooster
Where the story is in two languages side by side
AESOP Twelve stories inspired by Aesop’s Fables, with dialogues in chapter two for a performance. Intermediate
The Realm of The Birds Addresses the price of freedom, personal reflection and self-realization. For more advanced language students
CARUSO Illustrated, with online, theatre-based lesson plans. For children and people new to the language
In English - ESL
(soon in French and Spanish)
"Don't Touch The Mangos!"
Illustrated, with dialogues for a performance
Don't Touch The Mangos!
Illustrated, in English
With dialogues for a performance in Chapter Two
The mouse could be hiding anywhere. Under the table, in the closet, behind the chair or in Aunt Clair's hair.
Illustrated, in verse, with online lesson plans, great for ESL.
HERE IS THE SECOND BATCH OF TEN