Aesop’s fable of the mighty oak and the slender reed is told in verse.
This ancient story by Aesop is brought up to date. The moral remains the same – when somebody tells you of their love and friendship, remember to judge them by their deeds, not their words.
A boy sets out with three loyal dogs and they slay a dragon on their way. Watch out for twists and turns in the story!
A tale by Aesop with a story, a poem, and a song. The moral is “Look before you leap!”
Sinbad’s 7th and final voyage takes him to new heights.
Sinbad sails on a raft through a tunnel that leads him to a fabulous kingdom.
Sinbad sets sail again, is shipwrecked, and helps the Old Man of the Sea.
The darkest story in the Sinbad Series reveals the sailor and businessman as ingenious as ever, and single-minded in the pursuit of wealth.
Sinbad is attacked by pirate monkeys, held captive by a giant, and threatened by huge serpents.
Sinbad falls into a valley full of giant serpents and precious diamonds. Only some giant birds can save him.