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Children's Classic Stories: Fairytales, fables & folktales
(Bardfield Press: Miles Kelly Publishing, 2004)
"I had previously found a first printing of the 2004 edition of this work, which has a copyright year of 2004 but claims to be an edition published in 2007. It seems to be a sixth printing. I find it hard to put all that ...
Stories from India
(The Garrard Press, 1961)
"This book is of piece with other Dolch offerings from Garrard. The stories are well told. Each is illustrated with an appropriate full-page colored picture. Especially the early stories of the eighteen in the book are ...
The Mysterious Library: A Coloring Book Journey Into Fables
(Seven Seas Entertainment, 2016)
First published in 2015 by Hyeonamsa Publishing Company in Korea. I bought this book at the Joslyn, happy to find a fable book that they had discovered of which I had known nothing. Alas, it is not a fable book at all. ...
Outfoxing Fear: Folktales from Around the World
(W.W. Norton, 2006)
"This book is written in the wake of 9/11. It offers lots of helpful story perspectives on dealing with fear in a frightening world. I am happy that several fables make their way into this collection. I may have missed ...
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"Here is a large-format stapled pamphlet of 24 pages that spent too long in a musty basement. It presents some heavy handed themes for little readers? TH is pictured in flowerchild fashion on the cover, with bugs and ...
Mille et une Histoires: les Renards
(Fleurus Presse, 2002)
"This is the February, 2002, number of a subscription pamphlet for young people and their parents. It contains four fox stories. From "Roman de Renard" comes the fable about the tail of Ysengrim. From "Kamchatka" comes ...
Peace Tales: World Folktales to Talk About
(Linnet Books: The Shoe String Press, Inc., 1992)
"This book works for peacemaking by telling stories and asking readers to think and talk about them. There is probably something fable-like in each of the 37 stories. I notice eight that are more properly fables. They ...
One by One: A Child's Book of Tales and Fables, With Fifty Illustrations
(George Routledge and Sons, 1880)
"This book is identical with another in the collection except that this cover is green cloth embossed with gold, while that book has a red cloth cover embossed with gold. Let me repeat what I wrote there. Here are ...
The Third-Class Reader
(Hogan & Thompson, 1845)
Surprisingly dependent on fables. There are thirteen fables among the eighty-four story-lessons. Nine of the fables have strong small illustrations. The Goat and the Fox (19) comments on animals' language and on ...
The Great Fables of All Nations
(Lincoln MacVeagh/The Dial PressLongmans Green & company,, 1928)
Thinking I was picking up a working copy for travelling, I may have found the original edition on which all of my Tudor editions (listed under 1928 and 1928/33) are based. See my comments there. Good condition.