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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 ...
Aesop's Fables: The Hare and the Tortoise
(Parragon: The Complete Works, 2001)
This version of TH sets out to have fun with the story. After the race's start, we read this of Hare: When there was no one to show off for, he slowed down just a bit. When Tortoise--unusually upright in this version, I ...
(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 Tortoise and the Hare: An Aesop's Fable
(Frances Lincoln Limited, 2001)
This is a landscape-formatted, unpaginated, well-executed large book. McAllister is careful in her English telling of the tale. I say English because a few elements like elevenses might look strange to readers in the ...
Tales from Aesop's Fables
(Parragon Publishing, 2000)
Here is the 2000 printing of a book I already have with its 1999 copyright and printing. The ISBN number has changed, as has the cover design and cover picture. Stephanie Laslett is no longer acknowledged as reteller on ...
(Ediciones Lea, 2008)
This book puts together seven fables from Aesop and eight from Samaniego. Most of these prose fables with stated morals are confined to two-pages each. The colored art is big, dramatic, and simple. One of the "Aesopic" ...