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    • World Tales 

      Shah, Idries (Harcourt Brace Jovanovich. NYNew York, 1979)
      A wild array of sixty-five stories and illustrations by various contemporary artists. Ten items mention or bear upon Aesop. They include Don't Count Your Chickens (18), which claims that it is eggs which are smashed in ...
    • World Tales 

      No Author (Johnson Reprint Corporation. NY, 1979)
      See my comments on the original (?) listed under the same date. This edition makes liberal changes with the other, especially in format. It adds, for example, a strong frontispiece picture.
    • The World Treasury of Children's Literature. 

      Fadiman, Clifton (Little Brown,. Boston, 1984)
      One of the loveliest and most comprehensive kids' books I know. Early in the first volume, eight Aesop's fables are presented and one Russian fable, The Fox and the Crane. The versions are from Jacobs and Daly. The ...
    • The World Treasury of Children's Literature. 

      Fadiman, Clifton (Little Brown,. Boston, 1984)
      Identical in one volume with the two-volume hardback edition.
    • The World's Best Fairy Tales 

      Kredel, Fritz; Sideman, Belle Becker (Reader's Digest Association. Pleasantville, N.Y., 1967)
      This large collection of stories includes TMCM on 294, described as an old Scandinavian tale. The Town Mouse gets drunk on Christmas beer, is caught by the cat, and offers to tell a tale to get free. A door slammed shut ...
    • The World's Best Fairy Tales 

      Kredel, Fritz; Sideman, Belle Becker (Reader's Digest Association. Pleasantville, 1967)
      My first printing of this book is under 1967/77 and my second 1967/83. Here is a ninth printing, apparently of the two volume edition. This copy comes with the second volume. This large collection of stories includes ...
    • The World's Best Fairy Tales 

      Kredel, Fritz; Sideman, Belle Becker (Reader's Digest Association. Pleasantville, N.Y., 1967)
      My first printing of this book is under 1967/77. Here is a third printing, apparently of the two volume edition. For the second volume, see 1967/90. This large collection of stories includes TMCM on 294, described as ...
    • The World's Best Short Stories: Anthology and Criticism: Volume IV: Fables and Tales 

      The Editorial Board, Roth Publishing, Inc (Roth Publishing. Great Neck, N.Y.Great Neck, NY, 1991)
      Here is an anthology of which I had not known. The book contains a large collection of stories and story-types. First comes a section of fables and tales from oral traditions. A brief overview of this section suggests ...
    • The World's Favorite Fairy Tales 

      Wilkes, Angela (Derrydaledistributed by Crown Publishers Inc.,. NYNew York, 1986)
      Lots of LaFontaine fables on 192-237. Watercolor or acrylic illustrations. Maybe the best illustration in an average lot is for The Reed and the Oak on 230-31.
    • The World's Great Stories: Fifty-Five Legends That Live Forever. 

      Untermeyer, Louis (Published by M. Evans and distributed in association with Lippincott, Philadelphia. NYNew York, 1964)
      The only fable material in this book is Androcles... The Slave Freed by a Lion (140). The surprising things about this story are that (1) it is different from Untermeyer's own Androcles and the Lion in his Legendary Animals ...
    • The World's Greatest Books, Volume XX: Miscellaneous Literature. 

      Hammerton, John Alexander,; McClure, S. S; Mee, Arthur (William H. Wise. [New York], 1910)
      The ultimate in cheap culture, straight from a good old junk shop. Here between Addison and Arnold is Aesop (10-17), represented by twelve fables told in straightforward fashion. First the book spends almost as much time ...
    • World's Greatest Collection of Fairy Tales 

      No Author (Stoneway BooksStoneway Ltd.. Southeastern, PA, 1989)
      This book is telephone-book size! About three-fourths of the way into its over 1000 pages, it presents TH in a twenty-page section. There is some coloring, much of it well done! The course here goes through a carrot ...
    • The World's Wit and Humor: Greek, Roman, Oriental. 

      Strachey, Lionel (The Review of reviews company. NY, 1906)
      Only six unimpressive Aesopic fables, but a lovely book nonetheless.
    • World-Wide Fables 

      Aesop (McLoughlin Brothers Publishers. NY, 1880)
      A favorite. The miller and his son shoulder the ass. Six pages of square colored pictures; some colors miss slightly. The verse text (British?) is sometimes at odds with the (American) illustrations, as when the mice ...
    • The Worldly Texts of After-School Programs: New Perspectives in Pedagogy 

      Loughlin, Maranda (Creighton University. Omaha, Nebraska, 2020)
      Loughlin, Maranda, The Worldly Texts of After-School Programs: New Perspectives in Pedagogy. Master of Arts in English, May 2020, Creighton University, Omaha, Nebraska. My thesis theorizes the after-school environment ...
    • Worley v. Houston 

      Unknown author (2007)
      16 Neb. App. 634
    • Worley v. Schaefer 

      Unknown author (1986)
      228 Neb. 484