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Folk-Lore and Fable: Aesop, Grimm, Anderson.
(P. F. Collier & Son Company, 1909)
An unspectacular selection of Joseph Jacobs' Aesopic fables claims the first 35 pages or so of this collection. It is, as far as I can see, valuable only as testimony to Aesop's popularity. No illustrations. T of C at ...
Fables from Aesop
(Blackie & Son Ltd., 1920)
This is a book I almost missed. It looks familiar. Even after I received it, I thought it must be a copy of something I already have. Its front cover features a pasted colored illustration of a peacock with a crane ...
Book 1: Fables and Rhymes: Aesop and Mother Goose
(American Book Company, 1898)
It seems that this schoolbook has eluded me until now. Thirty-three fables are mixed in among the fifty-one stories here on 96 pages. They receive illustrations of various sorts. Several are signed B.C. and others L.F.P. ...
(Scholastic Children's Books, 1998)
The cover claims Stories to read or tell for just £1. I presume that this British edition is not available in the USA. Twenty-four fables on 64 pages. All the doube-pages have the same banners across the top and bottom. ...
Les fables d'Ésope, avec soixante figures d'après Barlow : collection de gravures piquantes eta d'apologues ingenieux pour l'amusement et l'instruction de la jeunesse.
(Chez Genets jeune, 1805)
As Bodemann points out, this edition adds a life of Aesop to earlier editions, though those seem to have included more fables and illustrations. This is a landscape-formatted smaller (6½" x 4½") book. I have seen this ...