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Once upon a parable : fables for the present

Author: Paul E Beichner
Publisher: Notre Dame, Ind. : University of Notre Dame, [1974]
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Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Paul E Beichner
OCLC Number: 1195040
Description: 126 pages : illustrations ; 24 cm
Contents: The midnight plumber --
The pacifists --
The centipeded and his footwear --
The fox and the badger --
The ants, crickets and grasshoppers --
The two dry flies --
The wolf and the fish pond --
The praying mantis and the rose bugs --
The lion's problem --
The snake who liked eggs --
The venal woodchuck --
Snow bears --
The coyote --
The mouse who thought he could fly --
Rabbits of the runways --
The squirrel and the reporters --
The cat and his beautiful wife --
The Abbot, the Abbot, the Abbot --
The scarab beetle --
The seeing-eye dog --
The pack rat and his art exhibit --
The kitten and the mouse --
Those fabulous frogs of Aesop --
The dog and the pancake --
The buck and the gnats --
The dog and the bulrushes --
The cat who became a monk --
The lion, the ass and his son --
The confused goat --
The caterpillars and the bowl --
The ass who thought he could sing --
The toad and the shoes --
A non-violent demonstration --
The porcupine with the itchy back --
The fox in the henhouse --
The mouse, the vat, and the cat --
Kicking order The rain maker --
The hen and her ducks --
The fawning ass --
The saint bernard and the dachshund --
The woodchuck and the skunk --
The lion's dream --
The rabbit and his problem. The sheep --
The trick of a fox --
The lemmings --
The kite and the partridges --
The beaver and his totem poles --
Nunc pro tunc --
The sensitivity session --
The barbarians are coming --
A night at the drive-in --
The child and the butterflies --
The mice and the catnip --
Three Catalpa worms --
The peasant and his oxen --
Grandfather Wolf --
Do clams have feet? --
The crows and the mourning dove --
The trout, the crayfish and the polliwog --
The polar bears and the penguins --
Guido's stags --
Watchdog --
Mutiny at the Hennery --
The drones --
Three not-so-blind mice --
The frog and the bull --
The beaver's book --
The alligator --
The dog who thought he was people --
The mud turtle and the eagle --
The crayfish and the polliwog --
The prairie dogs --
Survival training --
The monk parakeets --
The little fox with an identity crisis --
The ass who took sick --
The walnut and the hunter
Responsibility: by Paul E. Beichner.

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