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Moderation: The Fisherman and His Wife (Tales of Virtue)

by Sarah Toast, Rusty Fletcher (Illustrator)

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One of the ten books in the "Tales of Virtue" series for small children.

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When a poor fisherman catches an enchanted prince disguised as a talking fish, the fish offers the fisherman anything he wants. After the fisherman and his wife ask for more and more things, they discover that they need to be happy with what they already had.… (more)

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