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Fables from Aesop;

Auteur: Ennis Rees; Aesop.; J J Grandville
Uitgever: New York, Oxford University Press, 1966.
Editie/Formaat:   Boek : Fictie : Jeugd : EngelsAlle edities en materiaalsoorten bekijken.
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Genre/Vorm: Adaptations
Poetry
Aanvullende fysieke materiaalsoort: Online version:
Rees, Ennis.
Fables from Aesop.
New York, Oxford University Press, 1966
(OCoLC)619823476
Genoemd persoon: Aesop.
Genre: Fictie, Jeugd
Soort document: Boek
Alle auteurs / medewerkers: Ennis Rees; Aesop.; J J Grandville
OCLC-nummer: 1276316
Beschrijving: xiii, 210 pages illustrations 27 cm
Inhoud: The mockingbird and the hawk --
The fox and the goat --
The fox and the grapes --
The snake's tail --
The men and the oyster --
The north wind and the sun --
The dog and the crocodile --
The oak and the reed --
The dog and the wolf --
The goose that laid the golden eggs --
the monkey and the porpoise --
The donkey and the book --
The fox, the wolf, and the horse --
The ant and the grasshopper --
The crow and the fox --
The knight with no hair --
The eagle and the bug --
The wolf and the snake --
The feet and the stomach --
The dog and the meat --
The bull and the bug --
The farmer and the snake --
The lion and the fox --
The farmer shut in with a lion --
the lion and the leopard --
The bear, the lion, and the wolf --
The lion and the mouse --
The wolves and the sheep --
The wolf and the horse --
The wolf and the lamb --
The wolf and the crane --
The fox and the mosquitoes --
The mule and the donkey --
The mother and the wolf --
The donkey and the crickets --
The donkey and his master --
The donkey, the fox, and the lion --
The bluejay and the birdhunter --
The farmer and the buzzard --
The snake and the crab --
The dove who was looking for water --
The wolf and the lioness --
The shepherd's joke --
The rabbit and the turtle --
The turtle who wanted to fly --
The mosquito and the lion --
The farmer and his sons --
The fox and the farmer --
The mother ape and her baby --
The berry bush and the pine tree --
The town mouse and the country mouse --
The donkey and the wolf --
The little dog and the donkey --
The two donkeys --
The bluejay and the sheep --
The two men and the ax --
The trees and the woodchopper --
The peacock and the crane --
The dog in the manger --
The conceited frog --
The fox and the rooster --
The eagle and the weasel --
The fox and the crane --
The two jars --
The cat and the fox --
The crow and the pitcher --
The mice in a meeting --
The eagle and the fox --
The wolf in sheep's clothing --
The two roosters --
The sparrow that would be king --
The snake and the file --
The lion's share --
The man, the boy, and the donkey --
The mother crayfish and her daughter --
The pig and the pearl --
The two men and the bear --
The donkey, the dog, and the wolf --
The bat and the cats --
The lion and the elephant --
The fox and the ape --
The porcupine and the snakes --
The fox and the boar --
The lion and the donkey --
The ants, the bees, and the wasp --
The lamb and the wolf --
The dog invited to dinner --
The starling and the crows --
The lark and her little larks --
The man and the lion --
The eagle, the cat, and the pig --
The horse and the deer --
The fox and the woodchopper --
The mountain in labor --
The foolish dog --
The goat and the boy --
The thoroughbred and the mongrels --
The fisherman's luck --
The gorilla and the farmer --
The young mouse, the cat, and the rooster --
The fox with no tail --
The elephant's speech --
The cat and the birds --
The rabbit afraid of his ears --
The crow and the clam --
The mother lobster and her daughter --
The ape and the woodchopper --
The eagle, the crow, and the bluejay --
The boys and the sticks --
The rooster, the dog, and teh fox --
The monkey and the nuts --
The old trout's advice --
The young goat on the roof --
The oxen and the wheels --
The travelers and the oak tree --
The donkey eating thistles --
The wolf and his shadow --
The boy and the frogs --
The two goats --
The great leap at Rhodes --
The wishful beachcombers --
The dog and the whale --
The cats and the mice --
The foolish fox --
The bear and the bees --
The mistaken mule --
The wolf and the shepherd --
The farmer and the crows --
The donkey's shadow --
The lost ax --
The frog and the rat --
Consider the source --
The dog and his master's dinner --
The monkey and the cat --
The eagle, the starling, and the farmer --
The dogs and the pool --
The crane's breakfast --
The little milkmaid --
First things first --
The mole and her mother --
The fox and the briar bush --
The fox who learned to divide --
The dying lion --
The lion and the boar --
A cure for king lion --
The heat of the sun --
The wild goats and the goatherd --
The pig and the sheep --
The donkey in a lion's skin --
The mouse and the bull --
The donkey who didn't care --
The dog and the rabbit --
The poor deer --
The dogs who decided to leave --
The monkey and the camel --
The dog and the lion --
The king and the turtle --
The bees who wanted to sting --
The boys in the toy store --
The shoemaker's tonic --
The apple of anger --
The miser and the thief --
The thief and the watchdog --
The too early bird --
The clown and the farmer --
Singing in the shower --
The deer and the vine --
The partridge's offer --
The eagle and the arrow --
The penny candle --
The impatient fox --
The shepherd and the sea --
The stargazer's misfortune --
The bull and the goat --
The thief and the innkeeper --
The lion and the frog --
The two wallets --
The old woman and her daughters --
The fox and the partridge --
The frogs who wanted a king --
The big game hunter --
The horse and the boy --
The flies and the honey --
The moon and her mother --
The donkey that fell in the river --
The wolf and the goat --
The king and the creatures.
Verantwoordelijkheid: [verse versions by] Ennis Rees. With illus. by J.J. Grandville.

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