Ten Best-Loved Aesop's Fables
. Educational Insights . Compton, CA
PZ8.2.A254 1983 (Carlson Fable Collection, BIC bldg)
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For use with an excellent tape. The stories are well told, each with one simple colored picture. There are many changes from traditional stories: How can the crow hold an apple in his beak and eat it at the same time? The Cat and the Mouse does not include the usual chicken. Mrs. Mouse investigates and is eaten! The stag gets away; its horns do not get caught. The country mouse is bored and receives an invitation; traffic and commotion, not an attack, convert her back to the country. The presentation softens GA: sometimes you have to work; I can't play with you for a while. The grasshopper does not sing, but just eats and lies in the sun; the ant takes the grasshopper in.