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Four revealing moments in the visual intersection of religion and fables
(Rabbi Myer and Dorothy Kripke Center, Creighton University, 2012)
De wolf en het lam en 10 andere fabels van Aesopus
(Uitgeverj J.H. Gottmer, 2009)
Here is a Dutch reprint of The Rabbit and the Turtle: Aesop's Fables Retold and Illustrated by Eric Carle, first printed in 1976 with a different cover. The information facing the title-page seems to indicate that some ...
Äsops berühmteste Fabeln
(Garant Verlag, 2008)
Here is a heavy book with eighteen very thick cardboard pages. The fables included are GA, Der Hirsch und der Löwe, FG, TH, WL, AD, and TMCM. The front cover features a cut-out see-through portion that makes the scene ...
Esopo e la Volpe: Iconografia delle favole dal IV a.C al XX secolo
(Franco Cosimo Panini, 2009)
This is a beautiful book presenting an exhibition right up my alley. I am so sorry that I have missed the exhibition this past spring! But now I want to visit the museum's extensive collections that offer so much on ...
Les plus jolies Fables d'Ésope
(Rouge & Or, 2006)
Here is the French version of a book first published by Kingfisher in Great Britain and Houghton Mifflin in the USA, both in 2005. Except for the French language, a publication date one year later, and the lack of a ...
50 Aesop's Fables for Children
(Create SpaceNew Events Group, 2008)
This mid-sized edition (7 x 10) takes the art and stories of The Aesop for Children -- simple enough for a child to understand; deep enough to challenge an adult, as the front-cover says. The pictures are surprisingly ...
(An GumAn Gúm, 2004)
Here is the Gaelic translation of Usborne's 2003 edition of Watson and Price's original work of 1982. Except for the language, the book seems identical. Let me add some of my comments from there. Like the 2003 Aesop's ...
Aesop and the CEO: Powerful Business Insights from Aesop's Ancient Fables
(Nelson BookThomas Nelson, 2005)
This book is a pleasant surprise. It uses Aesop's fables well, in contrast to a number of books that apply Aesop's fables in a forced fashion. Noonan offers nine sections covering such subjects as Rewards and Incentives, ...
(State Street Press: Borders Group, 2003)
Published by special arrangement with Ann Arbor Media Group. This is a sturdy, well-bound, and attractive little book that reproduces Percy Billinghurst's illustrations without acknowledgement. They come from the Bodley ...
Fablesauce: Aesop reinterpreted in rhymed couplets
Nine fables in rhymed iambic tetrameter. These texts are meant to be read aloud to children. Lessie speaks warmly of family experiences with poetry read aloud. I can mostly applaud her efforts here. A number of rhymes ...