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(Tartu Ülikooli Kirjastus, 2005)
358 fables in a book of some 189 pages. The bibliography at the end includes Laura Gibbs' edition of 2002. It is followed by a T of C. This is a beautifully manufactured book! Urmas Nemvalts does sixteen lively ...
Alphabetario Me ton Aisopo
(Rekos E.P.E., 2007)
This is a clever oversized pamphlet of some 24 pages. After a title-page it jumps right into the first of twenty-four fables, one to a page. Omega lands on the inside of the back-cover. On each page, the appropriate ...
Little by Little
(Golden Books Publishing Company, 2002)
Two crows find a pitcher of water only partially filled. One gets the bright idea to use pebbles. The other complains that it takes too long. The first perseveres. Mile 1 books like this feature easy words, fun rhythms ...
The Fox and the Crow Based on a Story by Aesop
(Usborne Pub LtdUsborne Publishing Ltd., 2007)
I have TH and GGE in this same series and I just ordered FS and SW. They all belong to First Reading books by Usborne. This is a sturdy book, about 8 x 5, containing 32 pages. This telling highlights the crow's responses ...
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" ...