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Aesop's fables : with scripture references

Author: Aesop; Sheila Carroll; G K Chesterton; V S Vernon Jones; Arthur Rackham
Publisher: Mount Pleasant, Michigan : Living Books Press, [2007], ©2007.
Edition/Format:   Print book : English
A unique edition of 270 fables translated by V.S. Vernon Jones that includes Scripture passages to highlight each moral.

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Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Aesop; Sheila Carroll; G K Chesterton; V S Vernon Jones; Arthur Rackham
ISBN: 0979087678 9780979087677
OCLC Number: 754849971
Notes: "The fable text was translated from the original Greek by V.S. Vernon Jones and first published in 1912 by Doubleday, Page; Heinemann, New York; London. the illustrations are from the same edition by the English illustrator Arthur Rackham (1867-1939) The Living Books Press edition has edited the fables and arranged them alphabetically for easy reference. Additionally, the LBP edition has added scripture references, study and application notes, and a glossary of terms. Unless otherwise stated, Scripture is taken from the New King James Version. Copyright 1982 by Thomas Nelson, Inc. Used by permission. All rights reserved. Scripture quotations marked (AMP) are taken from the Amplified Bible, copyright 1954, 1958, 1962, 1964, 1965, and 1987 by The Lockman Foundation. Used by permission"--Title page verso.
Description: 217 pages : illustrations ; 23 cm
Contents: The ant --
The apes and the two travellers --
The archer and the lion --
The ass and his burdens --
The ass and his driver --
The ass and his masters --
The ass and his purchaser --
The ass and his shadow --
The ass and the dog --
The ass and the lap-dog --
The ass and the mule --
The ass and the old peasant --
The ass and the wolf --
The ass carrying the image --
The ass in the lion's skin --
The ass, the cock, and the lion --
The ass, the fox, and the lion --
The astronomer --
The Athenian and the Theban --
The bald huntsman --
The bald man and the fly --
The bat and the weasels --
The bat, the bramble, and the seagull --
The bear and the fox --
The bear and the travellers --
The bee and Jupiter --
The bee-keeper --
The belly and the members --
The birds, the beasts, and the bat --
The blackamoor --
the blacksmith and his dog --
The blind man and the cub --
The boasting traveller --
The boy and the filberts --
The boy and the nettles --
The boy and the snails --
The boy bathing --
The boys and the frogs --
The bull and the calf --
The butcher and his customers --
The cage-bird and the bat --
The cat and the birds --
The cat and the cock --
the cat and the mice --
The charcoal-burner and the fuller --
The charger and the miller --
The clown and the countryman --
The cobbler turned doctor --
The cock and the jewel. The crab and his mother --
The crab and the fox --
The crow and the pitcher --
The crow and the raven --
The crow and the snake --
The crow and the swan --
The debtor and his sow --
The dog and the cook --
The dog and the shadow --
The dog and the sow --
The dog and the wolf --
The dog chasing a wolf --
The dog in the manger --
The dog, the cock, and the fox --
The dogs and the fox --
The dogs and the hides --
The dolphins, the whale, and the sprat --
The eagle and his captor --
The eagle and his arrow --
The eagle and the beetle --
The eagle and the cocks --
The eagle and the fox --
The eagle, the cat, and the wild sow --
The eagle, the jackdaw, and the shepherd --
The escaped jackdaw --
The farmer and fortune --
The farmer and his dogs --
The farmer and his sons --
The farmer and the fox --
The farmer and the stork --
The farmer and the vipers--
The farmer, his boy, and the rooks --
The father and his daughter --
The fawn and his mother --
The fir-tree and the bramble --
The fisherman and the sprat --
The fisherman piping --
The flea and the man --
The flea and the ox --
The fly and the draught-mule --
The fowler and the lark --
The fowler, the partridge and the cock --
The fox and the bramble --
The fox and the crow --
The fox and the goat --
The fox and the grapes --
The fox and the grasshopper. The fox and the hedgehog --
The fox and the leopard --
The fox and the lion --
The fox and the monkey --
The fox and the snake --
The fox and the stork --The fox who served a lion --
The fox without a tail --
The foxes and the river --
The frogs' complaint against the sun --
The frogs and the well --
The frogs asking for a king --
The gardener and his dog --
The gnat and the bull --
The gnat and the lion --
The goat and the vine --
The goatherd and the goat --
The goatherd and the wild goats --
The goods and ills --
The goose that laid the golden eggs --
The grasshopper and the ants --
The grasshopper and the owl --
The hare and the hound --
The hare and the tortoise --
The hares and the frogs --
The hawk, the kite, and the pigeons --
The heifer and the ox --
The herdsman and the lost bull --
The horse and his rider --
The horse and the ass --
The horse and the groom --
The horse and the stag --
The hound and the fox --
The hound and the hare --
The hunter and the horseman --
The hunter and the woodman --
The image-seller --
The impostor --
The jackdaw and the pigeons --
The kid and the wolf --
The kid on the housetop --
The kingdom of the lion --
The labourer and the snake --
The lamb chased by a wolf --
The lamp --
The lark and the farmer --
The lion and the ass --
The lion and the boar --
The lion and the bull. The lion and the hare --
The lion and the mouse --
The lion and the three bulls --
The lion and the wield ass --
The lion in love --
The lion, Jupiter, and the elephant --
The lion, the bear, and the fox --
The lion, the fox, and the ass --
The lion, the fox, and the stag --
The lion, the mouse, and the fox --
The lion, the wolf, and the fox --
The lioness and the vixen --
The man and his two sweethearts --
The man and the image --
The man and the lion --
The man and the satyr --
The man who lost his spade --
The man, the horse, the ox, and the dog --
The mice and the weasels --
The mice in council --
The milkmaid and her pail --
The miller, his son, and their ass --
The mischievous dog --
The miser --
The mistress and her servants --
The monkey and the camel --
the monkey and the dolphin --
The monkey as king --
The moon and her mother --
The mouse and the bull --
The mouse, the frog, and the hawk --
The mule --
The nightingale and the hawk --
The nightingale and the swallow --
The north wind and the sun --
The oak and the reeds --
The old hound --
The old lion --
The old man and death --
The old woman and the doctor --
The old woman and the wine-jar --
The olive-tree and the fig-tree --
The owl and the birds --
The ox and the frog --
The oxen and the axletrees --
The oxen and the butchers --
The pack-ass and the wild ass. The pack-ass, the wild ass, and the lion --
The parrot and the cat --
The partridge and the fowler --
The peacock and Juno --
The peacock and the crane --
The peasant and the apple -tree --
The pig and the sheep --
The ploughman and the wolf --
The ploughman, the ass, and the ox --
The pomegranate, the apple-tree, and the bramble --
The prophet --
The quack doctor --
The quack frog --
The rich man and the tanner --
The rivers and the sea --
The rogue and the oracle --
The rose and the amaranth --
The runaway slave --
The serpent and the eagle --
The sheep and the dog --
The sheep, the wolf, and the stag --
The she-goats and their beards --
The shepherd and the wolf --
The shepherd's boy and the wolf --
The shipwrecked man and the sea --
The sick man and the doctor --
The sick stag --
The slave and the lion --
The snake and Jupiter --
The soldier and his horse --
The spendthrift and the swallow --
The stag and the lion --
The stag in the ox-stall --
The stag and the vine --
The stag at the pool --
The stag with one eye --
The swallow and the crow --
The swan --
The swollen fox --
The thieves and the cock --
The thief and the innkeeper --
The three tradesmen --
The tortoise and the eagle --
The town mouse and the country mouse --
The traveller and fortune --
The traveller and his dog --
The travellers and the plane-tree. The trees and the axe --
The trumpeter taken prisoner --
The tunny-fish and the dolphin --
The two bags --
The two frogs --
The two pots --
The two soldiers and the robber --
The vain jackdaw --
The viper and the file --
The walnut-tree --
The wasp and the snake --
The weasel and the man --
The wild boar and the fox --
The wily lion --
The witch --
The wolf and his shadow --
The wolf and the boy --
The wolf and the crane --
The wolf and the goat --
The wolf and the horse --
The wolf and the lamb --
The wolf and the lion --
The wolf and the sheep --
The wolf and the shepherd --
The wolf in sheep's clothing --
The wolf, the fox, and the ape --
The wolf, the mother, and her child --
The wolves and the dogs --
The wolves, the sheep, and the ram --
The woman and the farmer --
Venus and the cat.
Other Titles: Living Books Press Aesop's fables with scripture references
Aesop's fables.
Responsibility: compiled and edited by Sheila Carroll ; introduction by G.K. Chesterton ; fable text translation by V.S. Vernon Jones ; illustrations by Arthur Rackham.


A unique edition of 270 fables translated by V.S. Vernon Jones that includes Scripture passages to highlight each moral.


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