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Aesop's Fables Top Ten Picture Books Of The Year Redbook REDBOOK, Best For Kids, December These Timeless Stories, From The Boy Who Cried Wolf To The Fox And The Crow, Are Accompanied By Stunning Classic Illustrations By Th And Th Century Painters These Beautiful Reproductions Will Give Children An Appreciation For Art, But They Re Not To Be Outdone By The Text The Fables Are Perfect For Parents And Children To Read Together, Dodge Says The Morals At The End Of Each Tale Will Spark Meaningful Discussions This Collection Could Become A Family Treasure SCHOOL LIBRARY JOURNAL, March No Other Collection Of Fables So Clearly Demonstrates The Range Of Artists Who Have Illustrated Aesop Than This One More Than Fables Are Each Accompanied By At Least One Illustration From Nearly Works From Charles Henry Bennett S Version To Edward Bawden S In The Excellent Introduction Sums Up Aesop S Importance In Literature, And Discusses The Gradual Shift In The Intended Audience Over The Years, From Adults To Children And Back To Adults Well Loved Fables Are Included, But Many Of These Will Not Be As Familiar The Mountain In Labour, The Rose And The Butterfly, And The Ass And His Driver Crisp, To The Point Tellings Never Detract From The Main Focus The Fantastic Array Of Classic Illustrations, Reproduced From Original Editions In Museums And Private Collections There Is A Wide Assortment Of Illustrational Styles, I And The List Of Artists Reads Like A Who S Who Of Th And Early Th Century Art Edwin Noble, Arthur Rackham, Alex And Calder, Walter Crane, Randolph Caldecott, Milo Winter, Jack Orr, And Sophia Rosamund Praeger The Collection Bears A Decidedly British Stamp, Andyoung Children May Not Respond To The Remote Quality Of The Illustrations Nevertheless, It S A Wonderful Opportunity For Older Children And Adults To Compare And Contrast Artists Perspectives A Must For Larger Folklore Collections, As The Book Will Be Of Special Interest To Researchers Twenty Nine Of Aesop S Many Fine Illustrators Are Represented By The Reproductions Here, Including By Rackham And Modest Contributions From Artists Ranging From Caldecott, Crane, And Lucy Fitch Perkins Of Twin Book Fame To Alexander Calder A Brief Introduction Catalogues The Fables History As A Subject For Illustration Apparently What Is Referred To On The Jacket As Introductory Notes On The Artists A Misleading Exaggeration The Pungently Concise Text Is Uncredited, But Is An Acceptable Alternative To The Embroideries Fashionable In Recent Versions A Notably Handsome Edition, Especially Useful For Its Well Chosen Sampling Of Art, With Handy Access Through An Illustrators Index KIRKUS REVIEWS, November Top Ten Picture Books Of The Year Redbook REDBOOK, Best For Kids, December These Timeless Stories, From The Boy Who Cried Wolf To The Fox And The Crow, Are Accompanied By Stunning Classic Illustrations By Th And Th Century Painters These Beautiful Reproductions Will Give Children An Appreciation For Art, But They Re Not To Be Outdone By The Text The Fables Are Perfect For Parents And Children To Read Together, Dodge Says The Morals At The End Of Each Tale Will Spark Meaningful Discussions This Collection Could Become A Family Treasure SCHOOL LIBRARY JOURNAL, March No Other Collection Of Fables So Clearly Demonstrates The Range Of Artists Who Have Illustrated Aesop Than This One More Than Fables Are Each Accompanied By At Least One Illustration From Nearly Works From Charles Henry Bennett S Version To Edward Bawden S In The Excellent Introduction Sums Up Aesop S Importance In Literature, And Discusses The Gradual Shift In The Intended Audience Over The Years, From Adults To Children And Back To Adults Well Loved Fables Are Included, But Many Of These Will Not Be As Familiar The Mountain In Labour, The Rose And The Butterfly, And The Ass And His Driver Crisp, To The Point Tellings Never Detract From The Main Focus The Fantastic Array Of Classic Illustrations, Reproduced From Original Editions In Museums And Private Collections There Is A Wide Assortment Of Illustrational Styles, I And The List Of Artists Reads Like A Who S Who Of Th And Early Th Century Art Edwin Noble, Arthur Rackham, Alex And Calder, Walter Crane, Randolph Caldecott, Milo Winter, Jack Orr, And Sophia Rosamund Praeger The Collection Bears A Decidedly British Stamp, And Young Children May Not Respond To The Remote Quality Of The Illustrations Nevertheless, It S A Wonderful Opportunity For Older Children And Adults To Compare And Contrast Artists Perspectives A Must For Larger Folklore Collections, As The Book Will Be Of Special Interest To Researchers Twenty Nine Of Aesop S Many Fine Illustrators Are Represented By The Reproductions Here, Including By Rackham And Modest Contributions From Artists Ranging From Caldecott, Crane, And Lucy Fitch Perkins Of Twin Book Fame To Alexander Calder A Brief Introduction Catalogues The Fables History As A Subject For Illustration Apparently What Is Referred To On The Jacket As Introductory Notes On The Artists A Misleading Exaggeration The Pungently Concise Text Is Uncredited, But Is An Acceptable Alternative To The Embroideries Fashionable In Recent Versions A Notably Handsome Edition, Especially Useful For Its Well Chosen Sampling Of Art, With Handy Access Through An Illustrators Index KIRKUS REVIEWS, November REDBOOK, Best For Kids, December These Timeless Stories, From The Boy Who Cried Wolf To The Fox And The Crow, Are Accompanied By Stunning Classic Illustrations By Th And Th Century Painters These Beautiful Reproductions Will Give Children An Appreciation For Art, But They Re Not To Be Outdone By The Text The Fables Are Perfect For Parents And Children To Read Together, Dodge Says The Morals At The End Of Each Tale Will Spark Meaningful Discussions This Collection Could Become A Family Treasure SCHOOL LIBRARY JOURNAL, March No Other Collection Of Fables So Clearly Demonstrates The Range Of Artists Who Have Illustrated Aesop Than This One More Than Fables Are Each Accompanied By At Least One Illustration From Nearly Works From Charles Henry Bennett S Version To Edward Bawden S In The Excellent Introduction Sums Up Aesop S Importance In Literature, And Discusses The Gradual Shift In The Intended Audience Over The Years, From Adults To Children And Back To Adults Well Loved Fables Are Included, But Many Of These Will Not Be As Familiar The Mountain In Labour, The Rose And The Butterfly, And The Ass And His Driver Crisp, To The Point Tellings Never Detract From The Main Focus The Fantastic Array Of Classic Illustrations, Reproduced From Original Editions In Museums And Private Collections There Is A Wide Assortment Of Illustrational Styles, I And The List Of Artists Reads Like A Who S Who Of Th And Early Th Century Art Edwin Noble, Arthur Rackham, Alex And Calder, Walter Crane, Randolph Caldecott, Milo Winter, Jack Orr, And Sophia Rosamund Praeger The Collection Bears A Decidedly British Stamp, And Young Children May Not Respond To The Remote Quality Of The Illustrations Nevertheless, It S A Wonderful Opportunity For Older Children And Adults To Compare And Contrast Artists Perspectives A Must For Larger Folklore Collections, As The Book Will Be Of Special Interest To Researchers Twenty Nine Of Aesop S Many Fine Illustrators Are Represented By The Reproductions Here, Including By Rackham And Modest Contributions From Artists Ranging From Caldecott, Crane, And Lucy Fitch Perkins Of Twin Book Fame To Alexander Calder A Brief Introduction Catalogues The Fables History As A Subject For Illustration Apparently What Is Referred To On The Jacket As Introductory Notes On The Artists A Misleading Exaggeration The Pungently Concise Text Is Uncredited, But Is An Acceptable Alternative To The Embroideries Fashionable In Recent Versions A Notably Handsome Edition, Especially Useful For Its Well Chosen Sampling Of Art, With Handy Access Through An Illustrators Index KIRKUS REVIEWS, November A Collection Of Aesop S Fables, Adapted For Younger Readers, Such As The Hare And The Tortoise , The Dog And His Reflection And A Wolf In Sheep S Clothing In The BRIMAX CLASSICS Series, Illustrated In Colour By Gill Guile


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8 thoughts on “Aesop's Fables

  1. says:

    On the basis of the look inside facility I bought this book because it contained around 200 of the classic short fables What turned up is an illustrated book containing just 12 1 per page with a picture Having just re read some reviews I see that others have been similarly duped I can t imagine who would be the audi


  2. says:

    Love the collection of stories, as well as the illustrations, however this is our second copy that we have had to tape together While the paper itself is a nice glossy feel, with lovely colours, the area where the paper attaches to the binding, feels like tear away notepad glue Might try to find a hardcover for our third pu


  3. says:

    I hadn t read these since school so it was fun reading them again Naturally they re suitable for all ages but the younger children may have difficulty understanding some of the language used.


  4. says:

    I wanted this book for my 4 year old grandson because his mother and I had enjoyed the fables when chldren.This edition was comprehensive and beautifully illustrated However, I should have preferred UK rather than US English spelling probably unreasonable given that this was a reprint of a Dover Publications original.The lengths of individual


  5. says:

    When I was little I had a book of Aesop s Fables and I loved it so I wanted to get one for my daughter to enjoy also I wanted as many fables as possible and thought that this book was just the thing but to fit this many stories in, they ve condensed them to the point that some of them miss the point of the fable They still each have the moral at the e


  6. says:

    I read one story every night to my son and I think he likes it At least I like reading it, unlike many stories that could be too infantile at times The morale at the end is also an interesting reminder of things I was taught when I was younger I hope that when my 1 year old grows older we will be able to discuss the stories and the morale and that it becomes o


  7. says:

    Some stories are so old that they become part of the culture and this is what has happened to Aesop s Fables We frequently quote them without sometimes even being aware of their origin They have become part of us and, as such, deserve to be read properly and thoroughly Trust me, this will be a pleasure not a chore.


  8. says:

    Bought this for reading short bed time stories to my 5 year old girl Lots of little lessons and beautifully illustrated which engage imagination and result in lots of wonderful childlike questions and dialog to understand the stories and their meaning and life lessons Thoroughly enjoyable and recommend


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