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Mice, morals & monkey business : lively lessons from Aesop's Fables

Auteur : Christopher Wormell
Éditeur : Philadelphia, Pa. ; Running Press Kids, 2005.
Édition/format :   Livre : Public jeunesse : AnglaisVoir toutes les éditions et les formats
Base de données :WorldCat
Résumé :
Colorful linoleum-block prints depict classic characters from Aesop's Fables. The prints illustrate a key moment in the story, highlighting the moral; while an appendix provides each tale in more detail.
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Genre/forme : Juvenile works
Pictorial works
Translations
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Pictorial works Juvenile literature
Juvenile literature
Type d’ouvrage : Public jeunesse
Format : Livre
Tous les auteurs / collaborateurs : Christopher Wormell
ISBN : 0762424044 9780762424047
Numéro OCLC : 62208084
Description : 1 v. (unpaged) : col. ill. ; 27 cm.
Contenu : The crow and the pitcher : necessity is the mother of invention --
The monkey and the camel : be yourself --
Belling the cat : it is easy to propose impossible solutions --
The dog and his reflection : don't give up the real thing for something imagined --
The lion and the three bulls : united we stand, divided we fall --
The wolf and the crane : when serving the wicked, expect no reward --
The frogs and the well : look before you leap --
The wolf in sheep's clothing : appearances can be deceptive --
The wild boar and the fox : be prepared --
The peacock and the crane : fine feathers don't make fine birds --
The crab and his mother : lead by example --
The flies and the honey pot : don't risk everything for a moment of pleasure --
The mischievous dog : notoriety is often mistaken for fame --
The tortoise and the eagle : be careful what you wish for --
The stag at the pool : we often despise what is most useful to us --
The ant and the grasshopper : prepare today for the needs of tomorrow --
The ass in the lion's skin : fine clothes may disguise, but silly words will reveal a fool --
The dolphins, the whales, and the sprat : some would rather fight than not --
The hare and the tortoise : slow and steady wins the race --
The fox and the grapes : it is easy to despise what you cannot get --
The lion and the mouse : little friends may prove great friends.
Autres titres : Aesop's fables.
Responsabilité : Christopher Wormell.

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Colorful linoleum-block prints depict classic characters from Aesop's Fables. The prints illustrate a key moment in the story, highlighting the moral; while an appendix provides each tale in more detail.

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