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A tücsök meg a hangyák
(Mladé letá, 1986)
This children's book is composed of seven thick boards bound together. On the cover a grasshopper with moustache sits on a mushroom playing his fiddle as a row of ants marches by carrying or rolling food and an ant-baby. ...
La Hormiga y la Cigarra
(Ediciones Saldaña; Florida Products, 1999)
Here is a die-cut pamphlet of 8 pages with a prose text. This grasshopper not only plays and sings but he also dances. And it is a "he" despite the Spanish feminine. The ant finds the grasshopper desperate out in the ...
La cigarra y la hormiga
(Multilibro SA, 1989)
This version of GA opens with a four-armed ant riding a snail, with a basket of food over the snail's haunches and a trailer of food behind. The ant-hill has bridges, traffic signs, and a lookout. The ant promises the ...