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Dropcap an you imagine a world without phones, TV, or the internet? How would words and pictures travel? How would people share what they enjoy or believe?

Hundreds of years ago, merchants, missionaries, and other travelers made their way between the cities of Asia. They journeyed through mountains and deserts along the
Silk Road. They traveled as far east as China and as far west as Europe, alongside camels in long caravans.

Along the way, at inns and oases, the travelers told stories. Many are fables — stories with a lesson about the consequences of good and foolish behavior. The characters are usually common people, or animals that speak and act like humans.

Some fables have traveled across thousands of years and dozens of cultures. The characters or settings may change, but the lesson stays the same.

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