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Le Favole di Esopo
(Gruppo Editoriale Fabbri, 1983)
The pictures are indeed in several styles, and often cover two pages and move into and around the text. I like the guitar-playing grasshopper on the very last page of illustrations. Some of the others seem to tend to a ...
Aesop's Fables (Japanese)
With one addition, these seem to be the fables and illustrations chosen for the Kodansha edition Animal Fables of 1993. See my comments there. This edition adds OF to that book's ten fables. This book may have the ...
(Serhat A.S., 1983)
This is an unassuming Turkish paperback edition of Aesop's fables without illustrations. Fables are offered on 5 through 95. There is neither a T of C nor an AI. Is the fox in the front cover's illustration smoking a ...
Ten Best-Loved Aesop's Fables
(Educational Insights, 1983)
For use with an excellent tape. The stories are well told, each with one simple colored picture. There are many changes from traditional stories: How can the crow hold an apple in his beak and eat it at the same time? ...
(Fernand Nathan Éditeur, 1983)
Here is the French version of the 1981 original by Viking Penguin. Of course I found it in Germany! As I wrote of the English original, this book is lavish and well done. Holder's illustrations catch each of the nine ...
The Birds the Beasts, and the Bat
(The Quail Hill Press, 1983)
Here is a beautifully bound miniature almost 2 square. There are printer's designs rather than illustrations along the way, including geometric designs on the endpapers. With the red title there is a lovely little black ...