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Fablesauce: Aesop reinterpreted in rhymed couplets
Nine fables in rhymed iambic tetrameter. These texts are meant to be read aloud to children. Lessie speaks warmly of family experiences with poetry read aloud. I can mostly applaud her efforts here. A number of rhymes ...
Aesops Fabeln oder Die Weisheit der Antike
(Nymphenburger: F.A. Herbig, 2004)
This book is a later remaking of Inkiow's 1999 Aesops Fabeln from Lentz. The book seems reshaped for adults. The first chapter is retitled from Ein Wort zuvor: Wisst ihr, wer Äsop war? to Wer war Aesop? The first sentence ...
Fox Tails: Four Fables from Aesop
(Holiday House, 2012)
Here is an extra copy bought by mistake before I had catalogued the original copy. Similar to The Ant and the Grasshopper from the same artist and publisher in 2000. Like it, this large-format book is over 10 square. ...
(Third Millenium Press Ltd., 2004)
Here is a second copy of this unusual accordion book. This is one of the more ingenious items in the collection. It is a double-sided accordion book. One opens the book and pulls out a succession of fables, each on one ...
(Reader's World, 2001)
Here is a surprising find from my last day in Manila. This 112-page hardbound edition, published in India, reproduces the twenty stories told in Learning for Life: Aesop's Fables Parts 1-4 (1999) by the same publisher, ...
Aesop's Fables Volume I
(Heirloom Traditions, 2001)
Miniature 1 x ¾. The signee on the certificates seems to be K Andes. Each volume has about 30 to 36 pages after an individual T of C. There are about twelve fables in each volume. No illustrations.
The Tortoise and the Hare Continued
(Discover Writing Press, 2002)
This is a clever book. The key to its approach is the word continued. The story never stops developing. One reads near the beginning Grown ups do enjoy stories which tell children how to behave, but they sometimes leave ...
(Sterling Publishing Co., 2009)
This is a fine new book of Aesop's fables! The art is angular and detailed in the style of Lane Smith, featuring elongated figures with stiltlike limbs. Facing the beginning T of C is a quilt of thirty-six details from ...
Introducing Christian Virtues Using Aesop's Fables: A Self-Study Workbook for Children Grade level 3-6
(Maggie Rayner, 2001)
I am surprised that I am only now, eleven years later, encountering this spiral-bound private publication devoted to home-schooling children about virtues through the use of fables. It has 108 pages 8½ x 11 in size. The ...
Aesop's Fables: A Pop-Up Book of Classic Tales
(Little Simon: Simon and Schuster Children's Publishing, 2011)
Here is a second copy of this book. This work is a triumph! It is wonderful! Five fables follow this pattern: a single fable gets a major pop-up in the center of its two pages. The early part of the story is in a small ...