What is the moral of the story 'The Boy Who Cried Wolf'?
The lesson is to not tell lies because when the time comes that one is telling the truth, people may not believe you and that could have dire consequences.
The boy kept telling everyone there was a wolf, but he was
lying. And then, in the end, a wolf does come and no one believes
The moral is "Do not ask for help if you do not need it. If you do, you won't get help help when you really do need it. "
The moral of the story is that we should not lie. a liar will not be believed, even when he tells the truth. after the boy's tricks make the villagers believe he is a liar, when the real wolf comes, his flock is slaughtered because they believe it is just another trick. by ignoring his elders who warn him not to cry 'wolf!' unless there is a wolf, he has lost his flock.
A parable is a short, simple story that teaches a lesson. The boy who cried wolf is an example of a parable because it teaches to not lie. When a person begins to lie it is very hard to believe anything they say even when they are telling the truth. Which is why the boy who cried wolf is a great example.
In the fairy tale, aShepard boy is bored by watching his sheep. To entertain himself, he cries out that their is a wolf approaching. The townspeople run out to drive off the wolf, but find that their isn't one and that the boy was lying. This happens several more times, until a REAL wolf appears. The boy cries out that their is a wolf, but the townspeople don't believe him, thinking him to be lying…