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Four revealing moments in the visual intersection of religion and fables
(Rabbi Myer and Dorothy Kripke Center, Creighton University, 2012)
Aesop's 1st Book of Childhood Adventures: Aesop's fables and other short stories
(Vangelo Media, 2012)
The first in an apparently extended series of booklets containing three fables each. Part of the fun here is that Aesop is a small raccoon who is adventuring out into the world and witnesses various adventures. Those ...
(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. ...
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 ...
200 Aesop's Fables: Favourite Fables to Share
(Miles Kelly, 2012)
Here are ten groups of twenty fables each, with individual fables generally using two pages. The resulting heavy 512-page book has a lot to recommend it. What a large group of fables to present! What lively colors and ...
Birds of a Feather Shop Together: Aesop's Fables for the Fashionable Set
(Harper DesignPublishers Group UK [distributor], 2012)
This book is a delightful surprise. It takes some seventeen traditional Aesop's fables, told in the book's last pages. For each it spins out a new tale about fashion, shopping, and clothes. The watercolor (?) illustrations ...
Aesop's Fables: The Crow and the Serpent and Other Stories
(Shree Book Centre, 2012)
This book seems to be the third in a series of twenty books, thirteen of which present Aesop's fables. That is surprising, since the book contains sixty fables. Most series present only some one hundred fables; this ...
Fábulas de Esopo: Fábulas recreadas en versos rimados
(Proyecto Larsen Clásicos, 2012)
As one sometimes finds in French books, the covers here wrap around and fold in a little over two inches. As the front cover proudly states, there are here 174 fables with morals. Each fable starts a new page. Many have ...
The Fox and the Stork
(Age of Learning, 2012)
Here is one of five books in a series I found together. 25 pages, with page 5 being the title-page. The book is aimed at younger children. Is pouring a cup of tea (cover and title-page) or offering a glass of milk (front ...
The Grasshopper and the Ants
(Age of Learning, 2012)
Here is one of five books in a series I found together. 30 pages, with page 3 being the title-page. The book is aimed at younger children. Throughout both spring and summer, the grasshopper does nothing but eat, sleep, ...