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(Houghton Mifflin[s.n.], 1930)
This book specializes in turning stories into plays. There are five fables, several with unusual twists. After it is all over, the stork brings the fox grapes in a shallow dish (17). The Bundle of Sticks has seven ...
The Boys' and Girls' Readers: First Reader
(Houghton Mifflin, 1923)
This volume contains four fables that are first told in narrative and then in dramatic form: DM (23), FG (44), DS (60), and The Fox and the Lion (103). The book also includes The Fox and the Goat (48), The Rabbit Who Was ...
Door to Bookland
(Houghton Mifflin company, 1930)
Two plays by Augusta Stevenson: TH (20) and The Clever Kid (and two wolves, 230). Minimal illustrations. In the same series as Happy Days (1930).
The Bolenius Readers: Fourth Reader
(Houghton Mifflin Company, 1919)
This fourth reader seems to follow after Happy Days (second) and Door to Bookland (third), both from 1930. Five fables, the first three from Aesop and the last two from Bidpai: The Lark and Her Young (28); The Cat, ...
The Boys' and Girls' Readers: Sixth Reader.
(Houghton Mifflin, 1919)
Contains three fable related materials: a good rendition of Phaedrus' The Actor and the Pig translated from LeSage's French (234); a Bidpai fable of the Brahmin fooled by a three man con group (216); and Gesta Romanorum's ...