• Feb 22, 2018 7:00 pm
  • 57:10 mins
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Unless you live under a rock, you’re probably familiar with Aesop’s fable, “The Tortoise and the Hare". This is just one of many stories where the little guy, though at a huge disadvantage for one reason or another, ends up on top through his hard work and diligence. In this episode, we thought we’d bring you similar stories, because who doesn’t love a good underdog? The Rabbit in the Moon by Antonio Sacre (1:30) The gods gather together to create the sun and the moon. They build a fire and ask for volunteers to become the sun and moon by jumping into the fire. Learn more about Antonio Sacre by visiting: www.antoniosacre.com Tricky the Turtle and the Lion's Cave by Big Joe Pagliuca (8:46) Tricky the turtle is teased by all of the other animals because he is much smaller and weaker than they are. He pulls a trick on them that makes them think twice about messing with Tricky the turtle....Learn more about Big Joe Pagliuca by visiting: www.bigjoe.com Seven Bowls of Rice by Milbre Burch (18:31) A farmer’s daughter is treated poorly by her stepmother who throws her out of the house and bids her to wander into the forest and pay a visit to the prince with seven mouths. Learn more about Milbre Burch by visiting: www.kindcrone.com Nonsense by Jay O'Callahan (27:02) The family cat keeps biting people’s toes but the father won’t believe them. Learn more about Jay O'Callahan by visiting: ocallahan.com Crackerjack by Adam Booth (30:28) Adam grew up watching baseball with his grandpa and playing little league, although he was never good at it. Years later when he finds out that the city is going to tear down his childhood baseball field Adam goes in for one last game. Learn more about Adam Booth by visiting: www.adam-booth.com

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