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    • La Cigale et la Fourmi 

      La Fontaine, Jean de (Editions MG DiffusionÉd. MG Diffusion. France, 2001)
      The set includes sixteen pamphlets, five of which are fables. Each is 3¾ x 5½ in size, with fairly cheap paper. One holds the 32-page book in portrait fashion, with both pages exposed. The upper page contains a line or ...
    • La Grenouille qui se veut fair ausse grosse que le Boeuf 

      No Author (Editions MG Diffusion. France, 2001)
      The set includes sixteen pamphlets, five of which are fables. Each is 3¾ x 5½ in size, with fairly cheap paper. One holds the 32-page book in portrait fashion, with both pages exposed. The upper page contains a line or ...
    • Le Corbeau et le Renard 

      No Author (Editions MG Diffusion. France, 2001)
      The set includes sixteen pamphlets, five of which are fables. Each is 3¾ x 5½ in size, with fairly cheap paper. One holds the 32-page book in portrait fashion, with both pages exposed. The upper page contains a line or ...
    • Le Lièvre et la Tortue 

      No Author (Editions MG Diffusion. France, 2001)
      The set includes sixteen pamphlets, five of which are fables. Each is 3¾ x 5½ in size, with fairly cheap paper. One holds the 32-page book in portrait fashion, with both pages exposed. The upper page contains a line or ...
    • Le Loup et l'Agneau 

      No Author (Editions MG Diffusion. France, 2001)
      The set includes sixteen pamphlets, five of which are fables. Each is 3¾ x 5½ in size, with fairly cheap paper. One holds the 32-page book in portrait fashion, with both pages exposed. The upper page contains a line or ...
    • Tête à Queue d'après une fable de La Fontaine 

      Guettier, Bénédicte; La Fontaine, Jean de (Ecole des losirsL'école des loisirs. Paris, 1993)
      There is some good reflective fun going on here, starting from the naming -- as Zeno -- of La Fontaine's nameless snake in the seventh fable of Book 7. Zeno tells himself Let's go for a digestive walk after a first ...