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Das Grosse Fabelbuch
(Lappan Verlag, 2010)
This is one of several books I saw for sale in Germany, but my suitcases were already too full, and so I waited and ordered them here in the USA as soon as I got back. This book surprises. It seems another in the long ...
Die schönsten Tierfabeln
(Kerle bei Herder, 2011)
Here are 58 fables with sprightly illustrations. The fun begins with the animal cartoons that surround the opening T of C. Even before then, there is a worm crawling on the final N of the book's title on the title-page. ...
Fabeln aus aller Welt
(Tulipan Verlag, 2012)
This is an impressive large-format book. It contains 110 fables. Impressive is the care at the book's end to list them in a T of C and an AI. There follows on 188 a list of sources, first for the fables whose authors ...
Die schönsten Fabeln aus aller Welt
(Esslinger Verlag J.F. Schreiber, 2013)
This book is a treat for two reasons. First, it has fun with its fables. The art plays with the texts, and there is some art with every text. Secondly, the breadth of fables here is remarkable. So many resources well ...
Fábulas de Siempre: Las Tradicionales
(Selector: Editorial Libsa, 2002)
This is a sturdy 8½ x 10½ paperback offering thirty classic fables, all but one on a single page. The contributors include Aesop, Phaedrus, La Fontaine, Samaniego, and Hartzenbusch. The unacknowledged illustrations are ...