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Der Kuckuck sprach zur Nachtigall: Fabeln von Luther bis Heine
(Aufbau Verlag, 1988)
Pages 175-85 offer in a T of C an overview of the extensive contents of this paperback. There are a lot of texts here! They seem to be all from writers of German. Other than a list of sources there is nothing but texts. ...
(D.C. Heath and Company, 1957)
This edition updates Hagboldt's original second book of the series. The series has changed names from The Heath-Chicago German Series to Graded German Readers: Original Series Revised. The cover has moved from a sedate ...
Das Schönste Fabelbuch für Brave Kinder: Eine Auswahl aus Deutschlands Fabelschatz
(Druck und Verlag von Rob. Bardtenschlager, 1932)
As the closing T of C shows, there are ninety-one fables packed into this eighty-page paperbound booklet. Some of the texts are prose and some verse; all are in Gothic script. All that I have sampled are traditional ...
Der Fuchs und die Weintrauben: Schöne alte Fabeln neu erzählt
(Altberliner Verlag, 1985)
There are eleven fables presented, each in a two-page spread, in this attractive pamphlet. The texts are presented in sense lines. The illustrations are playful and engaging, starting with the cover's reflective fox looking ...
Fabeln aus aller Welt
(Werkgemeinschaft Kunst und Heilpädagogik Weissenseifen, 1988)
This is a beautiful little book in landscape format. The color background of its left-hand pages is uniform; these pages serve to present the texts in each of the two-page combinations here. The twelve fables presented ...
Fabeln der Völker aus Drei Jahrtausenden
(Verlag Lambert Schneider, 1959)
Here are 191 pages of fables in a tight little book. They start on the page after the title-page. If one works in from the back of the book, there is an extensive T of C, a set of comments (mostly biographical and ...
Der Jugend Fabelschatz: Eine Auswahl der Schönsten Fabeln für die Jugend Bearbeitet
(R. Thienemanns Verlag, 1910)
This is a well preserved book with 148 pages of fables. There are perhaps one-hundred-and-thirty-five fables here, as the opening T of C shows. The title just above each text gives the source. Aesop seems to come up ...
A Child's Version of Aesop's Fables
(Ginn & Co., 1904)
This copy of Stickney's book is a duplicate of the 1904 Ginn edition, with three exceptions that I can find. First, Ginn is located now in Boston, New York, Chicago, and London. Secondly, this copy is not dated. Thirdly, ...
Favorite Fables and Fairy Tales
(Bracken Books, 1988)
This child's book seems to overlap extensively with Favorite Fables, done by the same people one year earlier. There is no mention here of Amanda Atha, even though the texts I have checked seem to be identical. The fables ...
Forty Famous Stories
(Hall and McCreary, 1936)
A Silent Reader with Speed and Comprehension Tests. By H.A. Mertz. Chicago: Hall and McCreary Company. $.98 at Half-Priced Books, Des Moines, April, '93.