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Classics Illustrated Junior, #522
TH takes up three pages (28-30). A wolf at the finish line provides the moral Hurrah for the tortoise! He proved that you should never be too sure of yourself! $.15.
Classics Illustrated Junior, #524
The Raven and the Swan takes up two pages (29-30). The raven spends a week in the lake and is starving, when he returns back to his raven friend. I do not know how often I have seen a good picture of a skinny raven, but ...
Classics Illustrated Junior, #523
FC takes up two pages (29-30). The fox announcing the moral (You should not listen to people who tell you things you know are not true) winks wonderfully. $.15.
Classics Illustrated Junior, #518
LM takes up three pages (28-30). The mouse is in a playful mood and slides down the lion's nose, saying Whee! This is fun! This lion laughs. $.15.
Classics Illustrated Junior, #526
The Hares and the Frogs takes up three pages (28-30). There is no thought of suicide here; the hares run to the lake for safety. Might it be paradoxical to have a frog in the pond announce that there is always someone ...
Classics Illustrated Junior, #528
(Famous Authors, 1956)
The Two Goatstakes up two pages (29-30). To my surprise, fishermen rescued them from the river into which they fell. I do not think I have ever before seen the goats come out of this fable alive. $.15.
Classics Illustrated Junior, #548
(Famous Authors Ltd., 1958)
Charles Santino reported in Aesop's Fables #3 (1991) that he had heard from John Haufe that an Aesopic fable appeared as back-up story in about forty Classics Junior Illustrated issues between #509 and #572. I followed ...
Classics Illustrated Junior, #517
(Famous Authors, 1955)
TMCM takes up three pages (28-30). Elmer visits Otto in the country. The door bursts open, a huge dog comes in, and is followed by the master. The two mice escape inside the hole by which they entered the dining room. ...
Classics Illustrated Junior, #516
(Classics IllustratedFamous Authors, 1955)
BW takes up three pages (28-30). The boy tries his trick twice, noting the second time that they said they would not come again but they have come anyway. (In fact, they did not say that, but rather Do not do that again.) ...
Classics Illustrated Junior, #555
The Boy and the Filberts is on 29-30. This is one of those comic books in which the ink creates its own effects, sometmes by being placed outside the lines and sometimes by bleeding over from the adjoining page. $.15.