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Le Monde Magique des Contes et Légendes, Livre 1.
(Les Éditions Tormont Inc., Montreal, 1989)
This very large-format pamphlet reproduces Le Coffret Magique des Contes et Légendes, II, Livre 1 but changes Coffret to Monde and drops II. It drops mention of Madison Marketing as a co-publisher and now claims only Les ...
(McLoughlin Bros., 1903)
A big old kids' book in terrible shape, but it has one fable in it: FG in poetry. The illustration has three foxes jumping for the grapes.
The Animal Story Book
(Hall & Locke, 1902)
Includes some 11 fables from Aesop and 4 from LaFontaine (and Piers Plowman's Belling the Cat). Abundant black and white illustrations, done by a variety of people: Doré, Fellman?, Prunair?. Colored illustrations elsewhere ...
Fairytales and Fables
(Exeter Books, 1987)
Another in the endless series of big, splashy, cheap Exeter kids' books. Two fables. TH is told differently: The animals gather against the boastful hare. Their spokesperson and starter for the race is Rabbit. The ...
Yankee Doodle's Literary Sampler of Prose, Poetry, and Pictures.
(Thomas Y. Crowell, 1974)
See my remarks on the hardbound version.
The Three Bears & 15 other stories
(Thomas Y. Crowell, 1975)
This is my best copy of the original publisher's edition of this book, but it may not be the earliest copy. See a second copy of the book without a dust jacket found at McDonald's in San Francisco. The difference I notice ...
Vad var det jag läste? 2
(LiberLaromedel Lund: Gleerups, 1975)
The great cover picture of MSA, which turns out to have been done by Otto Svend, gave this book away. It contains several fables, including LM (9), UP (10-11), SW (12-13), BW (15), and others. There are fables in ...
(Auxiliary Educational League, 1969)
This volume is in continuity with The Animal Story Book by the same publisher, which I have listed most recently under 1902/55. The title has changed now but the series is the same. Mention of Seton has dropped. There ...
66 Favorite Stories: 140 Pictures
(Merrill Publishing, 1938)
This is a big, cheap-paper book fourteen of whose sixty-six stories come from Aesop. Generally, the black-and-white illustrations are simple, and the tellings standard. FC has been transformed into The Fox and the Hen ...
Happy Hours in Storyland.
(The University Society, 1955)
See the near-identical new editions of 1963/68 and 1970/81. This publisher must enjoy bringing out the same books in slightly altered formats with new copyrights! This book is in poorer condition than the 1963/68 re-edition. ...