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    • Treasury of Children's Classics in Spanish and English 

      Tardy, William T (National Textbook Company. Lincolnwood, Ill, 1985)
      La Lechera and El Espiritu de las aguas y el Lenador are Aesop's two contributions to this nice bi-lingual book, which puts Spanish stories--and two colored illustrations--at the front and translations and questions ...
    • Treasury of Children's Classics in Spanish and English 

      Tardy, William T (National Textbook Company. Lincolnwood, Ill., 1985)
      Here is a copy of the 1992 printing of this paperbound book first published in 1985. As I wrote of our copy of that first printing, La Lechera and El Espiritu de las aguas y el Lenador are Aesop's two contributions to ...
    • A Treasury of Children's Literature 

      Eisen, Armand (Ariel Books: Houghton Mifflin. Boston, 1992)
      I am surprised that I had not found this book earlier. It came up on Amazon after I had found a new fable book to order and was looking for other books to boost the total high enough for free shipping. Aesop's Fables ...
    • Treasury of Fables: A Collection of Aesop's Fables 

      Kincaid, Lucy (Brimax Books. Cambridge, England, 1981)
      With this book I have, I believe, worked my way back to the original publication from which Brimax and the Kincaids had developed so many offshoots. In particular, consult their Timeless Fables: A Collection of Aesop's ...
    • A Treasury of Favorite Fables 

      No Author (Parragon Publishing. Bath [England]Bath, UK, 2000)
      Previously published by Parragon in 1999 as A Treasury of Animal Tales. That title would be even more appropriate, since seven of the twelve stories here are standard Aesopic fables, but the other five are a mix of Pourquoi ...
    • A Treasury of Five-Minute Stories 

      Waters, Fiona (Kingfisher. NY, 2000)
      I have encountered both Fiona Waters and John Lawrence previously, and I have enjoyed the work of both. Here some three texts will call out to fable readers. TMCM (22) is told by Waters herself. The telling is dramatic ...
    • A Treasury of Jewish Fables 

      Friedlander, Gerald (Blue Star Book Club. Oceanside, NY[Oceanside, N.Y.], 1917)
      This paperback facsimile replica of the 1917 hardbound edition published in London by Robert Scott, Roxburghe House, contains eight stories. They often involve magic and miracles. There are two Elijah stories. Three ...
    • A Treasury of Jewish Fables 

      No Author (Blue Star Book Club. Oceanside, NY, 1917)
      Here is the second of two extra copies of this paperback book. This paperback facsimile replica of the 1917 hardbound edition published in London by Robert Scott, Roxburghe House, contains eight stories. They often involve ...
    • A Treasury of Jewish Fables 

      No Author (Blue Star Book Club. Oceanside, NY, 1917)
      Here is the first of two extra copies of this paperback book. This paperback facsimile replica of the 1917 hardbound edition published in London by Robert Scott, Roxburghe House, contains eight stories. They often involve ...
    • Treasury of Literature for Children 

      No Author (Distributed by BookthriftExeter. NYNew York, 1983)
      This book takes an original approach to presenting its thirty-one Aesopic fables, giving sets of three or four or six fables in the midst of the other literature. The translation is standard and not acknowledged. David ...
    • Treasury of Literature for Children 

      Yeatman, Linda (Barnes & Noble. NYNew York, 1993)
      This book seems to have been compiled from five earlier books. In particular, six of the seven fables presented here were presented by Offen and Yeatman in A Treasury of Animal Stories (1982). Many of the black-and-white ...
    • A Treasury of the Great Children's Book Illustrators. 

      Meyer, Susan E (Abradale Press/H.N. AbramsAbradale Press/Harry N. Abrams, Inc.. NYNew York, 1987)
      Abradale/Abrams imprints are reprints of backlist favorites designed to sell at popular prices. This is a beautiful book. Lavishly illustrated in large format, it presents thirteen artists born in the nineteenth century. ...
    • A Treasury of the World's Great Myths and Legends for Boys and Girls 

      Leonard, Tom B; Strong, Joanna (Hart. NYNew York, 1951)
      There is already a copy of this book in the collection under the same date. This copy has two differences. Its cover material and design has remained the same, but the color of the cover has changed from red to ...
    • A Treasury of the World's Great Myths and Legends for Boys and Girls 

      No Author (Hart. NY, 1951)
      Here is an extra copy of the second version of this book. As I wrote about it, there is already a copy of this book in the collection under the same date. This copy has two differences. Its cover material and design has ...
    • A Treasury of the World's Great Myths and Legends for Boys and Girls. 

      Leonard, Tom B; Strong, Joanna (Hart. NYNew York, 1951)
      Fifteen Aesopic fables in a special section. Good black-and-white illustration of a broken bridge and the fallen donkey (169); other illustrations are of LM and WC. These illustrations are a throwback to an earlier style.
    • Treasury of Well-Loved Tales 

      No Author (Book Essentials Publications, USA distributor: POP-M Co.distributed in USA by POP-M Co.. Ivyland, PA, 1975)
      A larger volume that includes the two smaller Well-Loved Tales volumes (1975?). The cover pictures of the shorter books become the title pictures of the sections of this larger one. Two pages are eliminated from each ...
    • A Treasury of Wise Action: Jataka Tales of Compassion and Wisdom 

      No Author (Dharma Publishing. Berkeley, CA, 1993)
      Dharma had already published many Jatakas stories individually in large format for younger children. Here they turn to an anthology of Jataka tales suitable particularly for older children between the ages of 9 and 12. ...
    • Treat Shop 

      Johnson, Eleanor M.; Jacobs, Leland B. (Charles Merrill Books, Inc.. Columbus, OH, 1960)
      This colorful reader has a section "Animal Parade," Illustrated by Tom Sinnickson, that includes both TH (42) and TMCM (53). Both are "retold from Aesop." The hare's temptation in TH is a field of clover; after stopping ...
    • Treaties Concerning Celestial Exploration and the Concept of Natural Law 

      Brown, Brendan F. (Creighton University School of Law. Omaha, Nebraska, 1973)
      INTRODUCTION|The recent moon landings focus attention upon the necessity for the creation of a legal order for outer space, based upon the rule of law. From the dawn of history, man has been confronted with the necessity ...
    • Treating insomnia across women's life stages 

      Selvaraj, V.; Ramaswamy, S.; Wilson, D. R. (2010)