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Classics Illustrated Junior, #545
(Famous Authors, Ltd., 1957)
The Donkey and the Salt takes up three pages (28-30). In this version of the story, the owner returns with the donkey three times in one day to the same place. The owner is happy in the end that he has taught the beast ...
(Decker Publications Inc.,, 1957)
I will list one number of this comic book to have an example in the collection. This issue includes Midas, The Boy Who Lost His Size, The Wolf Boy, The Princess with the Horrible Hairdo, Rumpelstiltskin, David and the ...
Classics Illustrated Junior, #535
The Fox and the Lion takes up just one page (30) in four panels. This fox is downright saucy in the third encounter, saying What are you roaring at, you silly old thing? Its mother says When you get used to someone, you ...
Classics Illustrated Junior, #536
(Famous Authors, 1957)
The Fisherman and the Little Fish takes up two pages (29-30). This fisherman actually throws back the small fish, which he catches as soon as he starts on the first day. He catches nothing the rest of the day. The next ...
Classics Illustrated Junior, #529
The Wolf in Sheep's Clothing takes up two pages (29-30). The wolf was leading one of the lambs away in his first disguised effort when the shepherd saw what was happening and threw a rock at his head and hit him. What ...
Classics Illustrated Junior, #531
BC takes up three pages (28-30). The chair of the meeting asks three individuals if they will hang the bell around the cat's neck, and each says no. The basic situation supposed here seems to be a meeting of a board, ...
Classics Illustrated Junior, #526
The Hares and the Frogs takes up three pages (28-30). There is no thought of suicide here; the hares run to the lake for safety. Might it be paradoxical to have a frog in the pond announce that there is always someone ...
Classics Illustrated Junior, #532
(Famous Authors, 1956)
The Lark and her Young Ones takes up two pages (29-30), with just four panels on each page. The editor does concise work here! $.15.
Classics Illustrated Junior, #528
(Famous Authors, 1956)
The Two Goatstakes up two pages (29-30). To my surprise, fishermen rescued them from the river into which they fell. I do not think I have ever before seen the goats come out of this fable alive. $.15.
Classics Illustrated Junior, #530
(Famous Authors, 1962)
WS takes up two pages (29-30). I believe this represents the first time that I have seen the sun initiate the bet. Before this point the wind has said that he is stronger, and the sun answered Perhaps. But I can do ...