My kid studying in KG has a moral story of fox and crow (which you may already know).
Just in case you don't know the story, here it is in short:
A crow finds a piece of bread and just before it starts eating it, a fox sees and plans to take it from the crow. Then it says, "oh crow you look beautiful and your voice is so sweet. Can you sing a song for me?" Then that foolish crow opens her mouth to sing and the bread falls out of her mouth, and the fox grabs it.
The moral of the story, as written in the book and this is the question
Do not carried away from the hattery
What does hattery mean?