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Angel's The Best of Aesop's Fables
(Angel Publishing House, 2003)
There are forty-nine numbered fables here in a paperback book measuring 4¾ x 6¾. There is a T of C at the beginning. Each fable gets two or three simple black-and-white illustrations. Since all of these fables are ...
(Pavilion Children's Books: Avona Books Company, 2009)
This new Aesop is big and bold. Its cover has the texture of leather. Its art is made chiefly of ink-blots skillfully rendered as various creatures. Among the best of the illustrations are the peacock on 16, FG on 22, ...
(Andersen Press, 2010)
Fiona Waters, I am learning, is a prominent creator of children's books; she has produced some eight of them! She and Fulvio Testa have combined to make a very good fable book here. Testa's style remains similar to the ...
Aesop's Fables with Scripture References
(Living Books Press, 2007)
Here is a fascinating concept. Many of the fables in the Vernon Jones/Rackham edition are matched with some one or two scriptural phrases. I am not sure whether to rejoice or to cry! I regret that Rackham is represented ...
Mille Fabulae et Una: 1001 Aesop's Fables in Latin
(Lulu Publishers, 2010)
My hat is off to Laura for producing this lovely book. There is one -- one! -- page that stands between the reader and the beginning of enjoying the 1001 Latin fables. This page gives the reader what she or he needs to ...