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Fábulas de Siempre: Las Tradicionales
(Selector: Editorial Libsa, 2002)
This is a sturdy 8½ x 10½ paperback offering thirty classic fables, all but one on a single page. The contributors include Aesop, Phaedrus, La Fontaine, Samaniego, and Hartzenbusch. The unacknowledged illustrations are ...
A Selection of World's Great Fables
(China Publishing Group, China Translation and Publishing Corporation, 2009)
Ninety-three fables with English on left-hand and Chinese on right-hand pages. The same illustration occurs on all the upper left pages: it looks to me like a Byzantine church mosaic featuring an angel flanked by two ...
101 fables du monde entier
(Bayard Jeunesse, 2003)
This is a stout, heavy book about 6 x 7¾. It was once the property of the École Primaire Publique in Marseilles. Each fable gets a two-page spread with a text and small design on the left and a lively full-page colored ...
Moral Stories for Children
(Shanti Publications, 2008)
This volume seems a member of a series that also includes Famous Stories from Jataka Tales and Famous Stories from Panchatantra. Here there are forty-six numbered stories on 112 pages after an opening T of C. The dust-jacket ...
The Ox and the Frog and Other Stories
(Sterling Press Private Limited, 2002)
This sixteen-page pamphlet contains eight fables with playful and colorful illustrations. One sees what can happen with poorly matched color at mid-page on 2-3. This bull is blue in front but white in back! This story, ...