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Endangered Species and Other Fables with a Twist.
(Stemmer House, 1979)
See my comments on the hardbound version.
A World of Stories for Children
(The Bobbs-Merrill Company, 1947)
This 820-page book has a large subtitle to match: The Great Fairy, Folk Tales and Legends of the World from the Earliest Times to the late Nineteenth Century. Pages 27 through 63 are given to fables without illustration ...
Let's Learn To Read: Fables Retold
(Blackie & Son, 1960)
Here are ten well chosen stories, each with at least one two-color design. The Cock and the Dog'; TH, The Stag at the Pool; OR, The Wicked Cobbler; FC' The Farmer and the Eagle; SW; LM, and The Woodcutter and His Axe. ...
Fàbulas de Mayor a menor 6
(Uranito Editores, 2013)
This landscape-formatted volume, found by chance on eBay, has helped me to discover a new series, soon to include its seventh member. An older child reads to a younger from this book on a park bench, with their dog nearby. ...
Fàbulas de Mayor a menor 5
(Uranito Editores, 2013)
Nacho reads to Tobi from this book. A full-page cartoon of them precedes each fable and follows the last fable. The latter applies the moral in the daily life of Nacho and Tobi. Those preceding a fable often have a ...
(Editions de deux coqs d'orEditions des Deux Coqs d'Or, 1963)
Here is an old friend back again -- and again slightly different. This is the fifth form in which I have found this booklet. The book is softbound, like the 1972 version. Unlike that version -- which had 350 on its cover ...
Einhundert Fabeln: Von der Antike bus zur Gegenwart
(Hamburger Lesehefte Verlag, 2005)
The Hamburger Lesehefte Verlag has updated this tried and true text recently, and this is the 2005 version. I have an earlier version listed under 1950? What has changed? The title on the cover is now in white, rather ...
Fables Original and Selected
(Willoughby & Co., 1842)
This somewhat-the-worse-for-wear book represents a real find on Jerry's part. It uses exactly the same plates as my fancy hand-colored 1842 edition. So it has the same 497 fables from some thirty-two fabulists, named ...
Balinese Children's Favorite Stories
"The introduction to this surprising book admits that some of the stories here come from Aesop, who some are reported to believe was a Phrygian slave of the Romans (4). The other main source here is the "Panchatantra." ...
Der Kuckuck sprach zur Nachtigall: Fabeln von Luther bis Heine
(Aufbau Verlag, 1988)
Here is an extra copy of this book. 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 ...