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Aesop's Fables. 2 in 1 Tales. The Lion and the Mouse/The Wind and the Sun.
(Modern Publishing: Unisystems, Inc., 1994)
Here is a new presentation of the same art that Hirata used in 1989 for his Joie set. The art here is certainly superior in presentation to the Peter Haddock series (1989?). It is darker than Joie's art, sometimes stronger ...
Aesop's Fables with Compliments of Chelmsford Ginger Ale
(Chelmsford Ginger Ale; Brown & Bigelow, 1926)
This little booklet of sixteen pages answers some questions and raises others. It offers seven spreads of a full-page picture on the left and a text on the right. Before that, there is a cover showing a fox dressed as a ...
Aesop's Fables, Part II (28)
(F.A. Owen Publishing Company, 1906)
This booklet in poor condition seems a predecessor of the booklet I have listed under 1905 and titled More Fables from Aesop. There are some mysteries here for some book historian to investigate. How can an older book ...
Fábulas de Esopo
(Editorial Everest, S.A., 1996)
I have several different editions of this book in English. I am surprised that it took so long for this popular edition to get into Spanish. My favorite images are still FG and the untitled last image of the fox on 32. ...
Aesop's Fables (Aesops Fables on cover)
(M.A. Donohue & Co., 1900)
I include this book separately in the collection because of the publishing curiosities it presents. Basically, it is the same book as that listed under the same title, year, and publisher. It has the same cover illustration ...
(London: J.M. Dent & Sons/NY: E.P. Dutton & Company, 1961)
Here is the latest printing of a work I comment on extensively under its first publication date of 1961. It is now included as #49 in the C.I.C. (Children's Illustrated Classics) series.
Fables d'Ésope 2: Les Hommes
(Éditions Corentin, 1995)
This is a tight little book, 6 x 7¾. It contains eighty-six of Aesop's fables drawn from either Chambry's 1927 translation or a version done by Hachette in 1913 without attribution to an author. To go with those texts ...
Fables d'Ésope 1: Les Animaux
(Editions CorentinÉditions Corentin, 1995)
This is a tight little book, 6 x 7¾. It contains ninety-six of Aesop's fables in a version done by Hachette in 1913 without attribution to an author. To go with those texts there are seventeen full-page illustrations ...
Aesop's Fables (with 16 colour plates and 8 sepia illustrations)
(Ward Lock & Co., Limited,, 1924)
I happened to notice this book on an ABE listing and did not remember the sepia illustrations. So I checked my book and saw that it seemed otherwise identical to the one being offered but had no sepia illustrations. Now ...
The Fables of Aesop (Cover and spine: Aesop's Fables)
(Albert Whitman, 1925)
Here is a singular find. I had never seen this book before, and I cannot find it mentioned in Hobbs, Quinnam, or Lindseth. I checked for a formulaic text adapted from LaFontaine and Croxall identified as this book's ...