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Les Fables de La Fontaine
(Hemma Éditions, 2003)
Here each of twelve of La Fontaine's fables is given a two-page spread. Some have a single illustration spreading over the two pages. Others have a pair of illustrations. The cover shows various animals looking down ...
Les plus belles Fables de La Fontaine et autres auteurs célèbres
(Les Éditions Goélette Inc., 2005)
Here are fifty-five fables told in from one to six pages each, with colorful full-page illustrations around their texts on unnumbered pages. Those texts are prose presentations of the fables in sense-lines. The overfed ...
Jean de La Fontaine: Basni (Russian)
(Bely Gorod, 2005)
At 672 pages, this is one of the largest books in the collection. The seller estimates that there are some 1000 illustrations, all black-and-white, in the book. The book is unusually well printed for a publication emanating ...
Fables de La Fontaine
This is one of a serious set of books I found on my first days in Paris on this trip. As I recall, I was tired and was lifting them up around my shoulder, when a whole group of heavy books fell in the midst of a crowd ...
Best of Fables of La Fontaine: Proverbs and Stories (Hebrew)
(Ofarim Publisher, 2005)
This is a large paperback, 8¼ x 11¾. On its 96 pages we find a number of excellent simple colored cartoons. Some of them tell the whole story in a picture. Among the best are DS (9), MSA (21), The Two Roosters and the ...