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Tales from Aesop's Fables
(Parragon Publishing, 1998)
This book is identical in many ways with a book already in the collection but dated 1999. The publisher, title, series, and author remain the same. The illustrator is now acknowledged: Lorna Hussey. She was not mentioned ...
(Pavilion Books, 1998)
This is a longer (106 as opposed to 79 pages) but smaller paperback publication of the book Pavilion copyrighted and first published in 1992. See my extensive comments there on the book's engaging art. The 92 fables here ...
Aesop: The Complete Fables
(Penguin Books Ltd., 1998)
It may be simplest to give my review here for the Classical Outlook: This book presents a good translation of the 358 prose fables in Chambry's 1927 edition of Aesop. That is its virtue, and it makes the book worth ...
Aesop's (Oh So Slightly) Updated Fables
(Baker's Plays, 1998)
Here are six fables as engaging contemporary plays. In each case the drama takes a playful approach to the fable. Thus DS can engage in good irony when it has the narrator speak of the butcher trying to have a sincere ...
City Mouse--Country Mouse and Two More Mouse Tales from Aesop
(Scholastic Inc., 1998)
This is a reproduction in reduced format -- 5½ square -- of a booklet published by Scholastic in 1987. Except for its size, it seems an exact replica of the original. As I wrote there, it is a charming booklet, especially ...
(Pearson Education Limited: Longman, 1998)
The cover illustration for this little (5¾ x 8) 48-page pamphlet is simply superb. A wolf in bursting sheep's clothing lies napping contentedly in the pen with a meaty leg on a plate next to him. There is even a jar of ...