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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.
Best in Children's Books, Volume 18a
(Nelson Doubleday, 1959)
I have known and looked at this series for a long time. At last I find one with Five Favorite Fables (77). The multi-colored pastel illustrations by Feodor Rojankovsky, not identical with his in The Tall Book of Nursery ...
(Rabén & Sjøgren, 2011)
Originally published in 2011 in English as Aesop's Fables by Frances Lincoln Children's Books. On my last afternoon in Sweden, I asked at one bookstore on the way home and they directed me to their main store, where I ...
Fabeln von La Fontaine
(Der Kinderbuchverlag, 1963)
This work is a German version of The Fables of La Fontaine published in 1963 by Doubleday. The pages listed there in the T of C are four numbers higher than those here; that is 4-56 here corresponds basically to 8-60 ...
Fler fabler av La Fontaine
(Carlsen Cliché & Offset, 1975)
This work is a Swedish version of The Fables of La Fontaine published in 1963 by Doubleday. This book has about half the pages of that book. However, by contrast with it, this edition has only colored pages, while that ...
Aeslet og hunden: 20 fabler af Aesop
Here is the original publication behind the English Aesop: The Donkey and the Dog. It was apparently a sequel to Svend's first book of fables a year earlier, presented as The Fox and the Stork in English. As I mentioned ...
Aesop's Fables English and Latin/Aesopi Fabulae Anglo-Latinae
(J. Read, 1731)
A fine little bilingual (on facing pages) edition offering 233 fables in its first book and (starting on 154) 208 fables in its second. There is an English AI after 267. The title-page and early pages are worm-eaten. ...