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Angel's Moral Stories II
(Angel Publishing House, 2003)
There are forty 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. Almost all of these fables are from ...
Oriental Stories for Young and Old
(Graham Brash, 1979)
A very pleasing little book, with a collection of fables, exemplary human tales, fairytales, and etiological stories from China, Taiwan, Southeast Asia, and Northeast Asia. There are four Aesopic fables: The Woodcutter ...
Delos, Volume I, Number 3
(Center for World Literature, 1988)
Half of this number goes to fables. T of C on 3-4 gives an overview of this eclectic gathering. The best fable section surveys FC (19-34). The Packets by Bates and Whittemore tend to move outside the fable genre. ...
The Bookshelf for Boys and Girls: II
(Editorial Board of the University Society, 1927)
This book follows upon Volume I of the same year, but seems in cover and format to belong to an earlier generation of the book. Its fable section takes over the section in Volume III of The Home University Bookshelf (1927, ...
Read and Understand, Folktales & Fables, Stories & Activities, Grades 2-3
(Evan-Moor Corp.Evan-Moor Products, 2000)
At least twelve of the twenty-one stories used here are recognizable fables, including GGE, BC, The Tortoise and the Eagle, GA, The Monkey and the Crocodile, CP, FS, The Rabbit That Ran Away, The Crow and the Peacock, BW, ...
The Macmillan Book of 366 Bedtime Stories.
Here is an extra copy of this book. This is a wonderful book! Six or seven of each month's offerings are fables, carefully attributed--even to Phaedrus!--in the T of C that follows each month. The pastel illustrations ...
Nature Myths and Stories for Little Children.
(A. Flanagan Company, 1913)
Surprisingly enough, Aesop shows up twice in this book of stories for first and third graders: The Donkey and the Salt (59, well told) and FS (91). Neither is illustrated. The stories range from classical to Native ...
Animal Tales & Fables
(Derrydale BooksDistributed by Outlet Book Co., 1990)
Three fables appear among the ten stories, in each of which the reader is challenged to find the hidden object, like the fork that the town mouse should be using at the city dinner. The other fables are TH and BW. Except ...
Stories to Solve
(Beech Tree Books, 1985)
An ingenious and well-written book which tells the puzzle-tales just right, from How can you get the wolf, goat, and cabbage across the river unharmed? to good detective stories. Aesop's CP fits right in. Another surprising ...
Once Upon a Time
A small, squarish book with ten fairy tales and TH (283-92). The version and the illustrations are rather standard. The square line-illustrations contain a few lines each of block-lettered print. Pages 145-220 are missing.