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  • Fables de La Fontaine 3me Série 

    Jean de La Fontaine (Pellerin. Épinal, 1970)
    This 32-page booklet may be one of the easier Pellerin publications to date because it has two ISBN numbers on its back cover. It seems to replicate, except for the ISBN numbers, "Fables de la Fontaine, 4me Série N°1," ...
  • Le lièvre et La tortue: Choeur à 2 voix: fable de La Fontaine 

    Musique de Frère A.A., Mariste (J.E. Turcot. Montreal, 1926)
    This is a large format (9¼" x 12¼") portfolio with eight pages of text and notation presenting La Fontaine's fable of TH for two voices. I find it curious that the cover-page advertises this music for "Couvents, Pensionnats, ...
  • Fables de La Fontaine No. 4 

    Jean de La Fontaine (Olivier-Pinot, Imprimeur Editeur. Épinal, 1880)
    Ironically, this is the book that has pushed me to gather together our books by Pellerin of Épinal. The irony is that this book is technically not by Pellerin. "La Maison Olivier-Pinot" existed in Épinal from 1875 to ...
  • La Fontaine: Fables 

    Jean de la Fontaine (Éditions Bias. Paris, 1948)
    This large-format (8½" x 11¾") book with 68 pages and board covers has a good deal in common with other Jourcin books and other Bias publications. As in a 1953 edition by both, the title-page, signed by Jourcin, has a ...
  • The Lion and the Mouse 

    Biro, Val (The Wright Group. San Diego, 1988)
    I already had this little booklet as it was produced in 1988 by Ginn and Company. Then I found a later copyright (1990) and printing (1994) by the Wright Group. Now here is the Wright Group's first edition from 1988. ...

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