Jakata tales nurture in readers young and old an appreciation for values shared
by all the world's great traditions. These stories were transmitted orally,
memorized and passed from generation to generation.
The tales communicate universal values such as kindness, forgiveness,
compassion, humility, courage, honesty and patience. Active engagement with the
stories creates a bridge to the children in your life and opens a dialogue
about what brings joy, stability and caring.
Rabbit Who Overcame Fear is
a story about wise action. A young rabbit, startled from sleep by a loud noise
and shaking, springs into flight in fear of an earthquake. His panic spreads,
endangering all who rush after him blindly. A wise lion saves them and teaches
them how to cope more wisely with fear.
topics and a question section are included at the end of the book.
32 pages, paperback.