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The Fables of Aesop and Others Translated into Human Nature (Hand-colored)
(W. Kent & Co./Calligraphics, 2012)
Here is a lovely product of the labor of love of Paul Veres. He has scanned an original copy of the 1857 edition, cleaned it up with Photo Shop, and reproduced it on excellent paper. In this case, he has also bound the ...
(CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform, 2014)
120 pages. This book is close to the nadir in trendy publishing. The good news is that it offers Townsend's texts in readable form. The less good news includes the simple setup of the book: pages typed onto or scanned ...
(Rabén & Sjøgren, 2011)
Originally published in 2011 in English as Aesop's Fables by Frances Lincoln Children's Books. On my last afternoon in Sweden, I asked at one bookstore on the way home and they directed me to their main store, where I ...
12 Fabeln von Aesop
(Michael Neugebauer, 2012)
This is a lovely book I happened to find when I was trying to spend down the little money left on my Eurocheck debit card in the late days of my stay in Mannheim. The book is unusual in opening not from right to left but ...
(Actes Sud Junior, 2012)
From the original Favole published in 2011 by Topipittori in Milan. Here is a large-format (9 x 13¼) landscape -- rather than portrait -- book. I feel as though I have known it before, but I cannot find it in the database. ...
Äsop: Die Fabeln
(Boje Verlag in der Bastei Lübbe, 2011)
Here is the German version of the very good fable book published in 2010 in English by Andersen Press. As I wrote there, Testa's style remains similar to the style he showed in his 1989 Barron edition encompassing twenty ...