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Les Animaux Malades de la Peste
(Éditions courtes et longues, 2013)
This book presents a strong and even provocative version of this great fable. The back cover speaks rightly of Morel's gravures explosives. The very size of the book helps with its overlarge and unusual format: 9? x 13. ...
The Town Mouse and the Country Mouse: An Aesop Fable Retold & Illustrated
(Templar Books/Candlewick Press, 2012)
Helen Ward is giving herself generously to fables! Unwitting Wisdom, King of the Birds, The Rooster and the Fox, and The Hare and the Tortoise precede this book. Ward sets the story at Christmas time in New York in the ...
The Ant and the Grasshopper
(Roaring Brook Press, 2012)
Here is an almost psychedelic, highly colorful, New Orleans inspired presentation of GA. I have never seen ant-eyes as wild as those we meet right from the start, on the cover and in the first pages. The first two lines ...
The Great Race
(Walker & Company, 2011)
When a classic fable meets this hare-brained retelling, the race is on! Kevin O'Malley does have fun with the story. Lever Lapin is the talk of the world, and Nate Tortoise has had enough of it, especially when Lever ...
Der Adler & der Zaunkönig: Eine Fabel
(Mini-Minedition: Michael Neugebauer Book: North-South Books, 2014)
This smaller edition is based on Neugebauer's original edition of 2000. Our collection has Neugebauer's English from the same year. This smaller (5¾" x 7 ¼") book seems to reproduce the entire original. As I wrote of ...