Two Goats, frisking gayly on the rocky steeps of a mountain valley, chanced to meet, one on each side of a deep chasm through which poured a mighty mountain torrent. The trunk of a fallen tree formed the only means of crossing the chasm, and on this not even two squirrels could have passed each other in safety. The narrow path would have made the bravest tremble. Not so our Goats. Their pride would not permit either to stand aside for the other.
One set her foot on the log. The other did likewise. In the middle they met horn to horn. Neither would give way, and so they both fell, to be swept away by the roaring torrent below.
It is better to yield than to come to misfortune through stubbornness.
The Farmer and the Badger
Long, long ago, there lived an old farmer and his wife who had made their home in the mountains, far from any town. Their only neighbor was a bad and malicious badger. This badger used to come out every night and run across to the farmer’s field and spoil the vegetables and the rice which the farmer spent his time in carefully cultivating. The badger at last grew so ruthless in his mischievous work, and did so much harm everywhere on the farm, that the good-natured farmer could not stand it any longer, and determined to put a stop to it. So he lay in wait day after day and night after night, with a big club, hoping to catch the badger, but all in vain. Then he laid traps for the wicked animal.
App icon is one of key factor for your app to be recognized by users. Using a square 512×512 png is the simplest way to create an app icon but it also less appealing.
Making it rounded will make your icon looks neat. Below you will find a simple way to create rounded icon using Photosop.
This is the same technique I used to create icon for my cat wallpaper app
This is a children book in French, with short stories for every character from A to Z.
not sure thought why there is no “W” in the alphabet list
The author of this book was Jules Lemaitre, with beautiful illustrations from Jacques Onfroy de Bréville (JOB)
Read here (in French)
Pocket Fables is an app that contains many fables from Aesop, an Ancient Greek fabulist or story teller credited with a number of fables now collectively known as Aesop’s Fables. Each story illustrated beautifully by Milo Winter, to help children understand the context of the story. More stories will be added in the future!
• beautiful illustration
• fables with moral of story line in each of the end of story
• easy to understand
• friendly user interface