@babalaas- That is an interesting thought. There are plenty of examples of stories and fairy tales being used to teach children about issues surrounding multigenerational trauma at a young age. This is especially true for war, famine, social hysteria, and disease. These stories help to explain both the original crisis, and the lingering social trauma created by these crises.
These issues can be hard for a child to understand, but a child is often graphically aware of these issues when these social traumas occur. Some examples of these types of children’s rhymes and fairy tales that come to mind are ring around the rosy, little red riding hood, and the medieval crusades tale Old Man in the Mountain.