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Aesop's Story: The Lion and the Mouse
(L.K. Sellobby Korea, 2003)
This is the fifth of seven strong books. The book is made to be read with the story -- English or Korean -- on the two accompanying CDs. The first thing one notices about these books is their stiff, strong pages. There ...
Mr Aesop's Story Shop
(A Lion Children's Book: Lion Hudson, 2010)
The author declares in the introduction that he wanted to know more about Aesop before retelling Aesop's stories. The information he found led him to wonder what might have happened if Aesop had started up his own business, ...
Alphabetario Me ton Aisopo
(Rekos E.P.E., 2007)
This is a clever oversized pamphlet of some 24 pages. After a title-page it jumps right into the first of twenty-four fables, one to a page. Omega lands on the inside of the back-cover. On each page, the appropriate ...
Four revealing moments in the visual intersection of religion and fables
(Rabbi Myer and Dorothy Kripke Center, Creighton University, 2012)
Seven Fables, Seven Truths
(Steck-Vaughn Company, 2003)
This book is paired in Steck-Vaughn's Pair-It Books series with Jane Goodall's A Good and True Heart. The seven fables are straight from the tradition: GA, BS, Mercury and the Woodcutter, The Horse and the Mule, SW, DA, ...
200 Aesop's Fables: Favourite Fables to Share
(Miles Kelly, 2014)
Here, to my surprise, is a new edition of this book that seems identical with the original 2012 edition by the same publisher. As I wrote there, there are ten groups of twenty fables each, with individual fables generally ...
Great Illustrated Classics: Aesop's Fables
(Baronet Books, 2000)
This book reproduces in smaller format (8 x 5¾) Great Illustrated Aesop's Fables by the same publisher in 1994. Rochelle Larkin is still acknowledged as editor, but Lorna Tomei, acknowledged there as illustrator, is not ...
Disabled Fables: Aesop's Fables Retold and Illustrated by Artists with Developmental Disabilities
(Star Bright Books, 2004)
Here is an extra copy of this book. The fourteen artists who each contribute one fable to this book are members of L.A. Goal, which provides services for developmentally disabled adults. I would hope that it is one of ...
(Frances Lincoln Children's Books, 2011)
Here is an extra copy of the first printing of this book. This book put together by two persons who grew up in South Africa is a serious addition to the Aesop tradition. Its particular niche is that it uses African animals ...
A Reading First Approach: Aesop's Fables Updated: 14 New Versions of Time-Honored Fables Partnered with the Researched Principles of Reading First
(Key Education Publishing Company, 2007)
Here is an extra copy of this book. This 8½ x 11 book has a busy cover. It identifies Grades 1 through 3 as the target; proclaims Fables are natural links for building character education; and shows a variety of characters, ...