In order to develop a fertile imagination in children, we cannot over-emphasize the value of a story with a lesson. It is quite easy and effective to spell-bind a child with an interesting story that conveys an important message. With this in view, Jeeves wrote the stories that are not only fascinating but also significant in their meaning. There are two main stories that are composed for this purpose. The other stories also follow the same objective. That was the reason they were retold by the author and included in the present volume. The first story aims mostly on training the child in moral values. Then follow some short stories that have been borrowed from other sources and retold by the author purely for their merit. These stories are entertaining as much as instructive. They are quite forceful in conveying their message that no child could do without. Sometimes, children want a daring story that may even scare them a little. However, the same purpose can be served by them too. The last story does exactly that. It takes a somewhat different approach albeit toward the same goal.