Aesop's Fables: 101 Classic Tales & Timeless Lessons
. Two Horizons Press . Atlanta, GA
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There are 101 numbered fables here on some 92 pages following a T of C and introduction and followed by some 14 pages of advertising for Two Horizons Press. The illustrations and texts are borrowed without attribution from Milo Winter's "The Aesop for Children," with adaptations made in choice of Valdemar Paulsen's words at several places. The reproduced art is colored on the covers but black-and-white inside the book. The front cover offers a background photograph of an African savanna, presumably because, as the back cover reveals, "Aesop was an African storyteller who lived in ancient Greece." The front cover's title letters are cut out from Winter's illustrations. Here we near the ultimate in cheap knock-off editions.