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Mille et une Histoires: les Renards
(Fleurus Presse, 2002)
"This is the February, 2002, number of a subscription pamphlet for young people and their parents. It contains four fox stories. From "Roman de Renard" comes the fable about the tail of Ysengrim. From "Kamchatka" comes ...
Balinese Children's Favorite Stories
"The introduction to this surprising book admits that some of the stories here come from Aesop, who some are reported to believe was a Phrygian slave of the Romans (4). The other main source here is the "Panchatantra." ...
Les Fables de La Fontaine
(Gallimard Jeunesse Musique, 2008)
"Here is a second copy of this book. "1 Livre + 1 CD Audio." A high-class CD comes inside the front-cover of this large-format book, which has a see-through musical note cut through its thick cover. The music is by ...
Most Popular Aesop's Fables
(Apple Books, 2003)
"Here is a second reprint of a book already in the collection. I find nothing changed in the book besides that notation facing the title-page. As I wrote about the first printing, there are twenty-seven fables here in a ...
Mís fábulas favorítas
"Here is a large-format stapled pamphlet of 24 pages that spent too long in a musty basement. It presents some heavy handed themes for little readers? TH is pictured in flowerchild fashion on the cover, with bugs and ...
Walt Kelly's Fables and Funnies: Dell Comics Stories 1942-1949
(Dark Horse Books, 2016)
"As John Petty's introduction makes clear, this book looks beyond the usual fascination -- well deserved, of course -- with Walt Kelly's "Pogo" comic strips to a fruitful time when Kelly, after working on Disney's "Fantasia," ...
(Grijalbo: Random House, Mondadori, 2003)
"Here are individual cartoon pages that appeared regularly in "El Heraldo de Mexico" between 1967 and 1973. The Laughing Squid online describes the setting in which Alejandro Jodorowsky, the Chilean filmmaker best known ...
Animal Tales 1
(Protea Book House, 2011)
"After happening to find "Animal Tales 3" I sought out the other three in the series. Again we have spicy stories from South Africa with surprising and engaging illustrations. Again there is a chip out of the book's ...
Why is Africa important for the U.S. at this time? A presentation by Fr. Peter Henriot, S.J.
(Creighton University Online Ministries, 2010-04-14)
The political-economic reasons why Africa’s future will have significance for developments in the United States, and some moral-religious reasons why people in U.S. should consider Africa’s future to be of significance to ...
Pope Benedict's Anthropocentrism: Is it a Deal Breaker?
(Rabbi Myer and Dorothy Kripke Center, Creighton University, 2013)