Story 106 The Wolf and the Lamb
Once upon a time, a wolf was lapping
at a stream. When he looked up, he saw a lamb drinking a little lower down.
"There’s my supper," he thought. "I will find some excuse to catch it."
Then he called out to the lamb, "How dare you mud
"No, master," said the lamb. "I cannot muddle your water because it runs down from you to me."
"Well, then," said the wolf. "Why did you call me bad names this time last year?"
"It was impossible," said the lamb. "I am only six months old."
"I don’t care," shouted the wolf. "If it was not you, it must be your father."
After that he rushed at the poor little lamb and ate it up.
Why did the wolf eat the lamb finnaly?
A. Because he was hungry and the lamb can be his supper.
B. Because the lamb called his bad names this time last year.
C. Because the lamb muddled the water he was lapping.