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Four revealing moments in the visual intersection of religion and fables
(Rabbi Myer and Dorothy Kripke Center, Creighton University, 2012)
50 Aesop's Fables for Children
(Create SpaceNew Events Group, 2008)
This mid-sized edition (7 x 10) takes the art and stories of The Aesop for Children -- simple enough for a child to understand; deep enough to challenge an adult, as the front-cover says. The pictures are surprisingly ...
Les plus jolies Fables d'Ésope
(Rouge & Or, 2006)
Here is the French version of a book first published by Kingfisher in Great Britain and Houghton Mifflin in the USA, both in 2005. Except for the French language, a publication date one year later, and the lack of a ...
Esopo e la Volpe: Iconografia delle favole dal IV a.C al XX secolo
(Franco Cosimo Panini, 2009)
This is a beautiful book presenting an exhibition right up my alley. I am so sorry that I have missed the exhibition this past spring! But now I want to visit the museum's extensive collections that offer so much on ...
You Read to Me, I'll Read to You: Very Short Fables to Read Together
(Little, Brown and Company, 2010)
Here is an extra copy of this book with its dust-jacket. The format of this book uses colors to indicate alternating readers within its thirteen fables. As the introduction proclaims, "You take one voice, I, the other; ...
(Editions Nord-SudÉditions Nord-Sud, 2006)
North-South continues to extend its publication of this book first done in German in 1989. This French edition represents the fourth language in which I have this book. This edition, slightly smaller than some of the ...
Tales of Aesop: Retold Timeless Classics
(Perfection Learning Corp., 2000)
In this book one finds ten fables, a play in five acts, and four full-page black-and-white illustrations. Each fable is introduced with a black-and-white vignette featuring not the fable but one of the main characters. ...
Las Más Bellas Fábulas que te contarán muchas veces
(Latinbooks International SA, 2005)
This large-format (over 9½ x 13½) book presents four fables and, at the book's end, a page of games (acti-juegos) for each. The fables are big, colorful, active. El Pícaro Asno tells of the roguish ass who kicks the wolf ...
Aesop's Fables: Complete, Original Translation from Greek
(Forgotten BooksForgottenbooks.com, 2007)
Welcome to the world of instantaneous online reprints! Here are about three-hundred-and-eleven fables on 18 through 331, each starting on a new page. Two of the fables take two pages each. The volume presents several ...
Aesop's Fables for Children
(Dover Publications, 2008)
Here is a fine reprint of the classic The Aesop for Children published in 1919 by Rand McNally. It not only does a fine job of reproducing the exquisite Milo Winter illustrations. It also adds a CD for reading and ...