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Æsop's fables

Author: Aesop.; Fritz Kredel
Publisher: New York : Grosset & Dunlap, ©1947.
Series: Illustrated junior library.
Edition/Format:   Print book : EnglishView all editions and formats
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Contains over 140 of Aesop's fables.
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Genre/Form: Adaptations
Fables
Additional Physical Format: Online version:
Aesop.
Æsop's fables.
[New York] Grosset & Dunlap [1947]
(OCoLC)590533139
Online version:
Aesop.
Æsop's fables.
[New York] Grosset & Dunlap [1947]
(OCoLC)631846031
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Aesop.; Fritz Kredel
ISBN: 0448060035 9780448060033
OCLC Number: 3931150
Notes: "Special contents of this edition ..."--Copyright application.
Description: xv, 234 pages, 10 unnumbered leaves of plates : illustrations (some color) ; 21 cm.
Contents: The dog in the manger --
The wolf in sheep's clothing --
Mercury and the woodman --
The fox and the crow --
The gardener and his dog --
The angler and the little fish --
The fawn and her mother --
the milkmaid and her pail --
The ant and the grasshopper --
The mice in council --
The gnat and the bull --
The fox and the goat --
The ass carrying salt --
The foThe hare with many friends --
The hare and the hound --
The house dog and the wolf --
The goose with the golden eggs --
The fox and the hedgehog --
The horse and the stag --
The lion and the bulls --
The goatherd and the goats --
The hare and the tortoise --
Androcles and the lion --
The ant and the dove --
The one-eyed doe --
The ass and his masters --
The lion and the dolphin --
The ass's shadow --
The ass eating thistles --
The hawk and the pigeons --
The belly and the other members --
The frogs desiring a king --
The hen and the fox --
The cat and the mice --
The miller, his son, and their donkey --
The ass, the cock, and the lion --
The lion and the goat --
The fox and the lion --
The crow and the pitcher --
The boasting traveler --
The eagle, the wildcat, and the sow --
The ass and the grasshopper --
The heifer and the ox --
The fox and the stork --
The farmer and the nightingale --
The ass and the lap dog --
The cock and the jewel --
Jupiter and the bee --
The horse and the groom --
The mischievous dog --
The blind man and the whelp --
The hares and the frogs --
The cock and the fox --
The eagle and the fox --
The horse and the laden ass --
The miser --
The kid and the wolf --
The porcupine and the snakes --
The falconer and the partridge --
The creaking wheels --
Jupiter, Neptune, Minerva, and Momus --
The lion in love --
The fox without a tail --
The Arab and the camel --
The raven and the swan --
Hercules and the wagoner --
The man and the satyr --
The lark and her young ones --
The boy and the filberts --
The lion, the ass, and the fox --
The frog and the ox --
The lion, the bear, and the fox --
The cat and the fox --
The monkey and the camel. The ass in the lion's skin --
The hawk and the farmer --
The lioness --
Mercury and the sculptor --
The farmer and his sons --
The bundle of sticks --
The eagle and the crow --
The stag at the pool --
The wolf and the lamb --
The bull and the goat --
The wind and the sun --
The shepherd boy and the wolf --
The hen and the cat --
The wolf and the goat --
The farthing rushlight --
The lion and the mouse --
The boy and the nettle --
The thief and his mother --
The eagle and the beetle --
The two pots --
The young man and the swallow --
The wolf and the crane --
The country mouse and the town mouse --
The farmer and the stork --
The man and the lion --
The lion and his three counselors --
The stag in the ox stall --
The fox and the woodman --
The lion and other beasts go hunting --
The sick lion --
The mule --
The nurse and the wolf --
The travelers and the bear --
The father and his two daughters --
The tortoise and the eagle --
The dog invited to supper --
The mountebank and the farmer --
The dog and the shadow --
The old man and death --
The mouse and the frog --
The oak and the reed --
The old woman and the physician --
The eagle and the arrow --
The thief and the boy --
The fir tree and the bramble --
The vain crow --
The two crabs --
The mountain in labor --
The fisherman piping --
The man and his two wives --
The old woman and her maids --
The monkey and the dolphin --
The wild boar and the fox --
The trees and the ax --
The mouse and the weasel --
The lion and the ass go hunting --
The fox and the bramble --
The two frogs --
The travelers and the hatchet --
The horse and the lion --
The fighting cocks and the eagle --
The birds, the beasts, and the bat --
The farmer and the snake --
The thief and the dog --
The trumpeter taken prisoner --
The three tradesmen --
The shepherd and the sea --
The farmer and his dogs --
The quack frog --
The bald knight --
The ass and his driver --
Venus and the cat --
The wolf and the shepherds. The hedge and the vineyard --
The widow and the hen --
The stag and the vine --
The boy bathing.
Series Title: Illustrated junior library.
Responsibility: with drawings by Fritz Kredel.

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Contains over 140 of Aesop's fables.

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