. Meadowside Children's Books . London
PZ8.2.L544 Ae 2006 (Carlson Fable Collection, BIC bldg)
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This book is big and dramatic! It will appeal to children by its helpful introductions of the characters, e.g., A story about a not very nice hare and a pretty slow tortoise. I think one could best call the art primitive. It is simple and effective. There is little effort, for example, at perspective. FC is told differently. The fox begins by praising the cheese and opining that the crow would not want to share it. It looks fit for a queen. Except of course that true Queens are those whose voices ring out across the woods. Then the crow turns to the usual flattery. The fox's departing words are If you believe all that you're told, you'll soon go hungry! As the cover indicates, the final fable is LM.