My Fun with Learning 1: Great Stories from World Literature
. Southwestern . Nashville
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This is an extra copy of this book. Here is a book almost identical with another that I have listed under 1993 and that has been catalogued under 1994. The latest copyright mentioned here is not 1993, as there, but rather 1991. Otherwise the books seem fully identical. Let me repeat my comments from there. There are five fables on 12-16. Polseno does the art for them. GGE has an unusual approach: the killing happens because the husband wants to find out which goose has the golden eggs inside, so ends up killing all the geese. In WS, the sun tries to decline competition. In GA, the grasshopper does not approach the ant in winter; he just dies. Also MSA and CP. Wynne illustrates The Blind Men and the Elephant (109). This latter piece is done in verse by John Godfrey Saxe and concludes by pointing at theologic wars.