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  • Des Kaisers Neue Kleider: Eine Nacherzählung in Starbesetzung 

    H.C. Andersen; Aus dem Amerikanischen von Wolfram Bayer (Carlsen Verlag. Hamburg, 1999)
    As I wrote of the 1998 English-language original, this large-format book is a fascinating tour de force! At least this copy does not have the CD that helped to make the English original so wonderful. The readers are still ...
  • Des Kaisers Neue Kleider: Ein Märchen von H.C. Andersen in gekürzter Nacherzählung 

    Andersen, H.C. (Findling Buchverlag: Michael Neugebauer Verlag. Lüneberg, Germany, 2003)
    This is a strong presentation of the story in a sturdy hardbound book of large size (8½" x 11½"). Perhaps the strongest illustration shows the emperor, facing us, seeing for the first time the clothes that are not there ...
  • Le Lièvre et la Tortue 

    Jean de La Fontaine; Adaptée par Katherine Quénot (Auzou. Paris, 2017)
    By contrast with other booklets in this series, we find here a prose adaptation of La Fontaine's original fable. The story starts with the tortoise exercising – and sweating – in order to become the fastest animal in this ...
  • Le rat de ville et le rat des champs 

    Jean de La Fontaine (Éditions Lito. Champigny-sur-Marne, France, 2016)
    This simple pamphlet offers two cute and pleasantly contrasting mice. The country mouse wears coveralls and has a bike and satchel while his city cousin wears a pullover and has his moustache curled. The city street on ...
  • Le grenouille qui se veut fair aussi grosse que le boeuf 

    Jean de La Fontaine (Éditions Lito. Champigny-sur-Marne, France, 2016)
    Duchesne adds good touches to her five double-pages illustrating this classic story. The frog on the cover and in the first image lounges on a pod and a rock, respectively, the latter time with a drink nearby. The second ...

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