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(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 ...
The Crane and the Peacock
(Lampara Books, 2003)
The presentation in this large-format pamphlet is creative and artistic. The sixteen pages alternate regularly, with full-page colored illustrations on the left and the texts in both English and Tagalog on the right with ...
Fables (Spine: Aesop's Fables)
(Los Libros Más Pequeños del Mundo, 2010)
This may be the most engaging miniature fable book I have seen. Every page involves some color, and there are 435 pages. Some ninety-two fables are listed in the closing T of C. Every fable gets a two-page spread for ...