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Fables for Little People
(Young World Productions, 1972)
Here are twenty fables, each with two facing pages, in a 44-page booklet for children. There is a T of C at the front. The versions are careful, and the illustrations playful and charming. In LM, the lion is only tied ...
(Editorial AtlantidaEditorial Atlántida, 1972)
Simplicity and straightforwardness mark the versions and the two-color art in this kids' book.
Esopovi Baïky (Ukrainian Aesop's Fables)
This seems to be an earlier collaboration among a team whose work was published by the same company in 1990. Again, the art is typified by a classical bent and by geometric patterns, often echoing those of classical Greek ...
Aesop In the Afternoon
(Citation Press, 1972)
A surprise find of a book I have sought for several years. Cullum presents the fables as dramas for teachers to use in less heady afternoon sessions of school. The fables, told traditionally, are divided according to the ...
Aesop's Fables Coloring Book
(Dover Publications, 1972)
Valuable because of the nicely enlarged and clear Ulm drawings (1476).
(Rand McNally & Company, 1972)
This may be my first flip out book, in which a two-page spread includes a page that folds out to make a triptych. The pages are well matched to create two different pictures using the image on the left, one with the ...
The Wind and the Sun
A nice little book that tells the story well. De Paola's cloudy wind is especially imaginative.
The Big Tree and the Little Bush: An Aesop Fable
(Gage Educational Publishing Ltd., 1972)
This is a 16-page pamphlet offering a well-told traditional fable with simple, pleasing cuts in four or five colors. The bush laments that it is small. It wants to be big, like the tree. The tree counsels the bush to ...