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Professor Aesop's The Crow and the Pitcher
(Tricycle Press, 2003)
Here is a delightful, eclectic problem-solving approach to the time honored fable of CP. One pair of pages about ten pages into the work will give a sample idea. The point is well stated in the few words of text: After ...
Anthony Ant y Grady Grasshopper
(Harlin Jacque Publications, 2002)
The title-page contuinues Una Nueva Versión de La Fábula de Esopo: La Hormiga y el Saltamontes. Anthony is on roller-skates. Page 5 offers a view of him in action that is something like an Eadweard Muybridge series of ...
He Alepou ki ho Korakas
Here is one of a series of 16 slick oversized 8-page pamphlets, of which I have three. The best illustration of a strong group may be the cover illustration, which has the fox laughing and holding the cheese in her paw. ...
Ho Lagos kai he Chelona
This is one of three 16-page large-format pamphlets in a series. The series is typified by blank cover backgrounds featuring Aisopou Mythoi at the top, identical monochrome inside-covers of an ass reading Aesop's fables ...
La Cicala et la Formica da Esopo
(Edizioni EL, 2005)
Apparently this C'era una fiaba…. collection is only now appearing. It seems that seven books have been published to date. There may be two more fables in the three books that will complete the series of ten--TH and La ...
Aesop's Fable of The Miller, His Son and Their Ass
(Incline Press, 2006)
Here is a gorgeous private-press book that I happened upon during a New Year's visit to Bartleby's. The book's format is huge: 15 x 11½. The story is well told. The miller's repeated refrain is They are right! The son ...