• The Pied Piper a Folk Tale to Guess the Meaning

  • By: Rich Linville
  • Narrated by: Charlene Harry
  • Length: 5 mins
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The Pied Piper a Folk Tale to Guess the Meaning

By: Rich Linville
Narrated by: Charlene Harry
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The Pied Piper is a folk tale for you to find the meaning or moral. "I am a player of a magic flute that is also called a pipe. Dressed in multicolored clothing or pied clothing, people call me the Pied Piper. When I play my pipe, animals follow me until I stop playing. A messenger says that the mayor of Hamlin begs me to come right away. He disappears quickly. I wonder what the mayor wants?"

©2019 Richard Vaughn Linville (P)2019 Richard Vaughn Linville

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fun fable

another great children's fable that opens discussion about the meaning of the story... my little one loves these