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THE WOLVES AND THE SHEEP
A PACK of Wolves lurked near
the Sheep pasture. But the Dogs
kept them all at a respectful
distance, and the Sheep grazed
in perfect safety. But now the
Wolves thought of a plan to
trick the Sheep.
"Why is there always this
hostility between us?" they said.
"If it were not for those Dogs who
are always stirring up trouble,
I am sure we should get along
beautifully. Send them away and
you will see what good friends we
The Sheep were easily fooled.
They persuaded the Dogs to go
away, and that very evening the
Wolves had the grandest feast of
Do not give up friends for foes.