Now showing items 1861-1865 of 1865
Aesop's Fables in Words of One Syllable.
(The Saalfield Publishing Company., 1925)
This book reproduces the one I have listed under 1905? from the same publisher with the same title. Thus it has 92 pages and includes four illustrations after Griset as well as many done after Weir. The cover here is red ...
(Longmeadow Press: Dilithium Press, 1921)
A pleasing nostalgic edition. Probably a good source for morals (e.g., The creaking wheel gets the oil ). Good black-and-white illustrations of two mice (5) and of the thief and his mother (79). Good colored illustrations ...
(London: Humphrey Milford/ Oxford University Press, 1925)
Apparently the (original?) British version of the book I have in the American edition from Boni and Liveright (1925). Some pages are slightly soiled. This has a cheaper cardboard cover with Trery designs. See my comments ...
(J. Coker, 1921)
A beautifully preserved book. A quick check suggests that the colored illustrations here are not quite as sharp as those in my McKay edition. See my comments there on the art. This edition does have The Tortoise and ...
(George G. Harrap & Co. Ltd., 1921)
Most similar in items like cover and title page to my Coker edition (1930) of Fry's work. This edition at last gives me a date with which to anchor the first edition of this book. Unfortunately three of the eight colored ...