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"Here is a large-format stapled pamphlet of 24 pages that spent too long in a musty basement. It presents some heavy handed themes for little readers? TH is pictured in flowerchild fashion on the cover, with bugs and ...
Fables en Images
(Imagerie Pellerin - Epinal, 1860)
The cover of this oversized (almost 12 x 15½) book shows FC, along with the text for this fable. Inside this cover there are twenty-three posters or broadsides. The little binding that there was in this supersized pamphlet ...
The Tall Book of Nursery Tales
(Harper & Row, 1944)
This reprint (which does not admit that it is such) has a different cover and is somewhat sloppily assembled.
My Book of Fairy Tales and Fables
(Brown Watson, 1978)
Two fables among the twenty-three stories here. The hare and the tortoise (77) first talk of a race to the end of the world, but settle on a nearby tree trunk as a goal. The hare sleeps before he even takes a step! ...
(Saalfield Publishing Company, 1942)
This big paperbound book on cheap paper includes TMCM in its first half, labelled as An English Tale. Some earlier owner colored a few of the last pictures in the volume.
Abdallah or the Magic Rug and Other Stories.
(Child Play Magazine?, 1929)
Perhaps a title page is missing. Three fables, each with something different. SW has a bet over stripping a man of (all) his clothes--and gets him into a stream. TH has the tortoise dozing across the finish line. FG ...
(M.A. Donohue & Company, 1890)
There are three fables here in an unpaginated collection of various children's materials. After a colored frontispiece of three children, one riding a dog, there are black-and-white illustrations. The telling by Ida Fay ...
World of Enchantment: Legends & Myths: An International Collection of Children's Art
(Distributed to the book trade by Publishers Group WestFoghorn Press, 1993)
Completely Produced by Kids! proclaims the cover of this landscape-formatted art book featuring children's art that accompanies stories from various cultures. I am surprised to find how much material in it is familiar to ...
Fiabe et Filastrocche
(Gulliver: Opportunity Books, s.r.l., 1998)
This forty-eight page book offers twenty-eight pieces, about twenty of which are fables. There is a T of C on 48 with two curiosities. First, it lists itself (Sommario) at the end. Secondly, it gives page numbers for ...
St. Michael Bedtime Stories
(William Collins Sons, 1981)
Strange melange of stories of all sorts and even of art of varying sorts. Four fables show up: The Farmer and the Eagle (42), FS (50), The Clever Monkey (76), and TB (82). The last has an unusual twist: one of ...