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(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 ...
Aesops Fabeln oder Die Weisheit der Antike
(Nymphenburger: F.A. Herbig, 2004)
This book is a later remaking of Inkiow's 1999 Aesops Fabeln from Lentz. The book seems reshaped for adults. The first chapter is retitled from Ein Wort zuvor: Wisst ihr, wer Äsop war? to Wer war Aesop? The first sentence ...
(Del Prado, 2004)
This is an impressively bound little volume of 638 pages. By my count, it contains some 322 fables in black print with maroon titles. Del Prado is known for its series of classics. There is a T of C at the back covering ...
Aesop's Opposites: Interactive Aesop Fables
(Teaching and Learning Company, 2004)
This book for pupils in the first through third grades works off a good insight that fables often present opposed pairs. Thus the twenty-one fables here generally contrast pairs. The first three offerings are The Lion ...