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Hoi Mythoi tou Aisopou
This is a catchy, lively 100-page soft-covered book of fables for children. As the closing T of C shows, there are nineteen fables presented. The cover picture gives the sense of the book's wit: a parent fox points ...
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 ...
Alphabetario Me ton Aisopo
(Rekos E.P.E., 2007)
This is a clever oversized pamphlet of some 24 pages. After a title-page it jumps right into the first of twenty-four fables, one to a page. Omega lands on the inside of the back-cover. On each page, the appropriate ...
Aesop's Fables with Scripture References
(Living Books Press, 2007)
Here is a fascinating concept. Many of the fables in the Vernon Jones/Rackham edition are matched with some one or two scriptural phrases. I am not sure whether to rejoice or to cry! I regret that Rackham is represented ...
(Syddansk Universitetsforlag, 2007)
This is a classy publication, including an embossed title on its cloth cover and 125 Gheeraerts illustrations. Each of the 125 fables gets a two-page spread, with text and illustration each given a page. I am disappointed ...