When an eagle swoops in on a nest of nightingale chicks, the mother pleads with the eagle to let them go. The eagle agrees to do so if the nightingale can sing him a song. What happens when the eagle decides not to honour the agreement.
A retelling of one of Aesop's classic tales, this story teaches the importance of not wishing harm on others.
|Country of Publication||Singapore|
|Reading Level||Level 3|
|Dimensions||20cm x 20cm|