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    • The story of the Hare and the Tortoise and other tales. 

      Holeinone, Peter (Gallery BooksW.H. Smith Publishers. NYNew York, 1990)
      It is remarkable how much this book echoes La storia della Lepre et la Tartaruga e tante altre (1989/92)--or is the echoing the other way around?--in both its illustration and its text. See my comments there. That book ...
    • Story Plays Old and New: Book One 

      Varney, Alice Sumner (American Book Company. NYNew York, N.Y., 1915)
      This early reader presents stories as little dramas. I find three fables: The Lark and Her Little Ones (64), The Swallow and the Little Birds (70), and The Wind and the Sun (87). The first involves a goodly number of ...
    • Story Theatre. 

      Sills, Paul (Samuel French. NYNew York, 1971)
      Venus and the Cat, Two Crows, and GGE. The last of these three grows to great proportions in the play. The first has a nice touch: the man throws up and at the end kicks the cat, which has been transformed back ...
    • Story Time of My Book House 

      No Author (The Book House for Children. Chicago, 1937)
      Here is an extra copy in poor condition. The set is in excellent condition! The colored illustrations are rich and lively. There are eight fables in this volume: The Two Crabs (33), BC (35), The Donkey and the Lap Dog ...
    • Story Time of My Book House 

      Miller, Olive Beaupré (The Book House for Children. ChicagoLake Bluff, Ill., 1937)
      See my comments on the 1937 edition. This edition is covered in a plain red library binding. It was discarded from the Salt Lake County Public Library in Midvale, Utah.
    • Story Time of My Book House 

      Miller, Olive Beaupré (The Book House for Children. Chicago, Ill., 1937)
      The set is in excellent condition! The colored illustrations are rich and lively. There are eight fables in this volume: The Two Crabs (33), BC (35), The Donkey and the Lap Dog (50), TMCM (84), The Dancing Monkeys (92), ...
    • Story Train 

      Pratt, Marjorie; Meighen, Mary (L.W. Singer. Syracuse, 1960)
      This book belongs to the " The Prose and Poetry Series" from which we already have "Story Wagon." It contains three fables: "Fox and Crab" (44); TMCM (100); and "Mr. Bear's Tricks" (136). TMCM is presented as a story ...
    • Story Wagon 

      No Author (L.W. Singer. Syracuse, 1960)
      Here is an extra copy of this book in fair condition. A children's book with enjoyable colored illustrations of MSA (84). The language is very simple. The ending is great: Now--the man always walks, the boy always ...
    • Story Wagon 

      Meighen, Mary; Pratt, Marjorie (L.W. Singer: A Division of Random House, Inc.. Syracuse, 1960)
      The contents are significantly changed from the 1960 edition. I notice that several of the items that remain (including MSA) are still on the same pages: the printer is spared lots of work in changing or remaking plates. ...
    • Story Wagon 

      Meighen, Mary; Pratt, Marjorie (L.W. Singer. ChicagoSyracuse, 1960)
      A children's book with enjoyable colored illustrations of MSA (84). The language is very simple. The ending is great: Now--the man always walks, the boy always walks, the donkey always walks.
    • Story Wagon (Teacher's Edition) 

      DeLancey, Floy Winks; Meighen, Mary; Pratt, Marjorie (L.W. Singer. New YorkSyracuse, 1960)
      See the first edition of the student's edition in 1960. This book still has the enjoyable colored illustrations of MSA (84) and the great ending: Now--the man always walks, the boy always walks, the donkey always walks. ...
    • Story, Emelyn Eldredge, 1889 July 15 

      James, Henry (1889)
    • Story, Maud Broadwood, 1889 July 15 

      James, Henry (1889)
    • Story-Book Tales 

      No Author (Beckley-Cardy Company. Chicago, 1926)
      Here is an extra copy in poorer condition. A much-marked beginning reader that includes six fables, each with an orange-brown-and-black illustration. Many of them also contain a curious feature, silhouettes as Something ...
    • Story-Book Tales 

      Ashton, Mina Pearl (Beckley-Cardy Company. Chicago, 1926)
      A much-marked beginning reader that includes six fables, each with an orange-brown-and-black illustration. Many of them also contain a curious feature, silhouettes as Something to Cut and Paste. I have seldom seen this ...
    • Story-Friends: Third Book 

      Gartlan, George H; Gee, Myrtle Garrison; Martin, John; Suhrie, Ambrose L (World Book Company. New YorkYonkers-on-Hudson/NY/Chicago, 1936)
      This reader includes three versified Aesop's fables versified by John Martin and apparently illustrated by Mabel Betsy Hill: CP (93), The Cat and the Mice (214), TH (241). The book is in surprisingly good condition. It ...
    • Story-Hour Plays 

      Mintz, Frances Sankstone; Wilson, Clara Powers (Rand McNally & Company,. ChicagoNew York, 1915)
      Purchased in 1941 by the Bellevue, NE, school system. A surprising little book. All of its pieces are plays; most are fables. Yet none are from Aesop or LaFontaine; might Books One and Two have presented those fables? ...
    • Storyboard your story 

      Spencer, B. (Tarcher/Penguin. New York, 2006)
    • Storybook Cross-Stitch 

      Vanessa-Ann Collection (Meredith Pressdistributed by Meredith Corp.. Des MoinesNY, 1995)
      This book gives patterns for 26 nursery rhymes, fairy tales, and fables, with step-by-step directions, colored photographs, and charts. It includes eight fables in its third section (114): GGE, SW, WSC, TH, TMCM, AL, The ...