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The Boy Who Cried Wolf: A Tale of Sincerity
(Publications International Ltd.,, 2002)
Each pair of pages presents one full page of text and one of colored illustration. This version of BW is particularly well told. The boy had never seen a wolf; he even wondered if they existed at all. He had tried to ...
(Chronicle Books, 2002)
This is a large-format (9¾ x 11¼) landscape-formatted development of TH. A map early in the book shows a race starting from London and reaching to New York. The tortoise announces his usual wisdom Slow and steady is the ...
The Bear and the Travellers and The Ducks and the Tortoise
(Award Publications Limited, 2002)
This volume seems to belong to the set from which I already have two other volumes, but the three booklets are printed by different companies. See The Ass in the Pond by Ginn in 1984/85 and The Eagle and the Man by the ...
Kohút a líska: The Cock and the Fox: Ezopské bájky
(Mladé letá, 2002)
This attractive 120-page book with shiny bright covers presents twenty-three bilingual Aesopic fables. FS is the first offering and gives a good example of the style. The fables are significantly expanded here. Thus the ...
Der reiche Mann und der Schuster: Eine Fabel des Aesop
(Nord-Süd Verlag, 2002)
Here is the German version of The Rich Man and the Shoemaker: A Fable by La Fontaine, published in the same year by the same publisher. It is curious that the same story is described here as a fable of Aesop, whereas in ...