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(Octopus Books, Ltd., 1980)
This book uses Pavlin and Seda's nice art work from Brown and Watson's 1975 book of the same name but replaces the earlier edition's poetry with a brand new prose text, even changing the name of the first fable from The ...
Modern Fables: Twenty of Aesop's Fables Brought Up to Date
(Peoples Pub. GroupThe Peoples Publishing Group, Inc., 1987)
This book is a pleasant surprise! It offers engaging versions of twenty basic Aesopic fables in terms that a grade school student of the mid-twentieth-century might well understand. The references are dated now, and ...
The Birds the Beasts, and the Bat
(The Quail Hill Press, 1983)
Here is a beautifully bound miniature almost 2 square. There are printer's designs rather than illustrations along the way, including geometric designs on the endpapers. With the red title there is a lovely little black ...
(Picture Book Studio, 1989)
Identical except for its size (4.75 x 4.375 ) with the larger format book printed in Belgium. Another victory for Neugebauer. A wonderful book. Zwerger's twelve ink-and-wash illustrations are witty and delightful. ...
(Yohan Publications Inc.,, 1989)
A book for learning English. There are thirty-one fables with ten simple black-and-white illustrations. At the back is a list of the twenty-two extra words, marked in the text, which the texts absolutely needed but which ...
Aesop's Fables (Japanese)
With one addition, these seem to be the fables and illustrations chosen for the Kodansha edition Animal Fables of 1993. See my comments there. This edition adds OF to that book's ten fables. This book may have the ...
(The Franklin Library, 1984)
A curious, pretty, expensively-bound book with leather and gilt and a sewn-in place-mark. I will be interested to compare it to the edition that Franklin did two years earlier with the same authors (and the same translations?) ...
(Shogakukan Co.Sh¿gakkan, 1982)
This is a very unusual volume-and a great bargain! (It originally sold for ¥1200.) After seventeen fables on 6-76, there are games and information at the end, including photos of police cars! Page 4 acknowledges Fabbri ...
Aesopi Fabulae I
(Shogakukan CompanySh¿gakkan, 1982)
This pair of volumes is among the most valuable books in the collection. Together the two books present a broad study of Aesopic fable with a wealth of illustration. The boxes and dust jackets exhibit a large, vivid, ...
(Grosset & Dunlap, 1982)
T of C. No index. No illustrations. No translator. The ultimate gem in cheap and massive Aesop! This book might be helpful for offering a variety or a specific formulation of morals.