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One day, a mother frog and a baby frog were playing in a pond. A cow came and the baby frog was so surprised at the size of the cow. A project called the "YellowBirdProject" was originally founded in japan and is accredited to producing E-books and audio narratives for children's stories. The E-books are available on the Japanese iBooksStore, Kindle store, and many more, as well as kindle stores around the world. See full terms.
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It has usually been applied to socio-economic relations. There are Classical versions of the story in both Greek and Latin, as well as several Latin retellings in Mediaeval times. Both Martial and Horace are among the Latin satiric poets who made use of the fable of the frog and the ox, although they refer to different versions of it. The story related by Phaedrus has a frog motivated by envy of the ox, illustrating the moral that 'the needy man, while affecting to imitate the powerful, comes to ruin'. His telling follows the Babrius version in which an ox has stepped on a brood of young frogs and the father tries equaling the beast in size when told of it. The folly of trying to keep up with the Joneses is the conclusion drawn by La Fontaine's Fables from the Phaedrus version of the tale, applying it to the artistocratic times in which La Fontaine lived "The frog that wished to be as big as the ox", Fables I. Two similar stories existed in Greek sources but were never adopted in the rest of Europe.