The happiest boy in the world in the short story "The Happiest Boy in the World" is the character of Jose, Julio's son. The story was written by N. V. M. Gonzalez from the Philippines.
Mother Goose is a collection of children's rhymes and stories that were passed down orally before being published and printed as a collection. Today, Mother Goose is famous for what are now considered nursery rhymes. Some of the most famous Mother Goose nursery rhymes include "To Market," "Miss Muffet," "Jack and Jill" and "Humpty Dumpty."Full Answer >
The moral to the story "Sleeping Beauty" is that love is the most powerful force in the world. Another possible moral is that one must be careful whom he offends in life, whether or not the offense is deliberate.Full Answer >
Kaa, pronounced Kar, is the snake's name in "The Jungle Book." He is a python. Kipling based this name on the hissing sound snakes make with an open mouth.Full Answer >
The moral of "Jack and the Beanstalk" has to do with taking advantage of the opportunities that life provides. At the beginning, Jack is mired in poverty, selling his family's cow, which was a true act of desperation given that it was one of the family's last sources of sustenance. By the end, he has untold wealth, with the golden hen, and he is the village hero.Full Answer >