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Aesop's Fables by Ann Mcgovern Book Summary:
Aesop's fables are retold in kid-friendly text with black-and-white illustrations throughout! This 80-page edition of AESOP'S FABLES introduces young readers to Aesop's classic fables in a fun and accessible way. Ann McGovern retells the classic fables using kid-friendly language, and there are striking black-and-white illustrations throughout.
Aesop's 1st Book of Childhood Adventures by Vincent A. Mastro Book Summary:
Three of Aesop's fables (The Tortoise and the Hare, The Friends and the Bear, The Crow and the Pitcher) are told from the perspective of a child observing the world and learning from it. In this truly unique series, Aesop is that child. He comes to life as an inquisitive, confident young raccoon who goes on a daily adventure and experiences each fable as it unfolds. Aesop's grandmother encourages him to go on these adventures so that he may find the answer to his many questions. Upon his return Aesop shares what he has learned with his grandmother who validates his conclusions. One of the most powerful forms of learning occurs through real life experience and self motivation. Learning begins with curiosity and succeeds only with perseverance. Unfortunately, as children grow, their curiosity and freedom of expression wanes. This book endeavors to strengthen a child's unbounded curiosity so that they feel empowered and never stop asking 'why'.
Aesop's Fables by Susie Brooks Book Summary:
This playful retelling of Aesop's classic tales merges morals with humour and imagination! Brilliantly brought to life by Susie Brooks' magical, highly-engaging text and Amanda Enright's charismatic illustrations, it includes the following tales:The Hare and the Tortoise, The Town Mouse and the Country Mouse, The Frog and the Ox, The Fox and the Grapes, The Grasshopper and the Ant, The Lion and the Mouse, The Fox and the Crow.Ideal for bedtime stories!
50 Classic Children Short Stories by Hans Christian Andersen,The Brothers Grimm Book Summary:
50 Classic Children Short Stories is an anthology of what children have heard and read over the ages. Here comes a selection of the best fairytales, stories about creatures big and small, spells and enchantments, giants, witches, royal adventures and everything that makes a child’s world magical. With numerous authors penning children’s books, the classics seem to be getting lost and that enchanted world is receding to give place to more contemporary settings. This book brings back the much-loved tales through generations to enthral children once more. This book is the ideal gift from a parent to a child to revive the reading habit. Hans Christian Andersen, Brothers Grimm, Aesop’s Fables, Jack and the Beanstalk, The Story of the Three Little Pigs, Henny-Penny, The History of Tom Thumb, Titty Mouse and Tatty Mouse and folktales from other shores bring together a delightful bouquet to young minds.
Aesop for Children by Aesop Book Summary:
This edition, with 114 color illustrations, was first published in 1919. According to Wikipedia: "Aesop (ca. 620-564 BC), known for the genre of fables ascribed to him, was by tradition born a slave and was a contemporary of Croesus and Solon in the mid-sixth century BC in ancient Greece... The body of work identified as Aesop's Fables was transmitted by a series of later authors writing in both Greek and Latin. Demetrius of Phalerum (ca. 350-ca. 280 BC) made a collection in ten books, probably in prose (Lopson Aisopeion sunagogai) for the use of orators, which has been lost. Next appeared an edition in elegiac verse, cited by the Suda, but the author's name is unknown. Phaedrus, a freedman of Augustus, rendered the fables into Latin. Babrius turned the fables into Greek choliambics in the earlier part of the 3rd century A.D. Another 3rd century author, Titianus, rendered the fables in prose, now lost. Avianus (of uncertain date, perhaps the 4th century) translated 42 of the fables into Latin elegiacs. The 4th century grammarian Dositheus Magister also made a collection of Aesop's Fables, now lost. Aesop's Fables continued to be revised and translated through the ensuing centuries, with the addition of material from other cultures, so that the fables known today in some cases bear little relation to the original fables of Aesop. With a surge in scholarly interest in Aesop and Aesopic fable beginning toward the end of the 20th century, some attempt has been made to determine the nature and content of the very earliest fables which may be most closely linked to the historic Aesop... Milo Winter (August 7, 1888 – August 15, 1956) was a well known book illustrator, who produced works for editions of Aesop's Fables, Arabian Nights, Alice in Wonderland, Gulliver's Travels, Tanglewood Tales (1913) and others. He was born in Princeton, Illinois and trained at Chicago’s School of the Art Institute. He lived in Chicago until the early 1950s, when he moved to New York City. From 1947 to 1949, he was the art editor of Childcraft books and from 1949, was the art editor in the film strip division of Silver Burdett Company."
Aesop's Fables by Jan Fields,Aesop Book Summary:
Aesop's classic collection presents the fables and moral stories from ancient Greece. The animal tales, folklore, and morals used to educate children in origin stories and character values are simplified for the youngest readers. Join the adventure in the Calico Illustrated Classics adaptation of Aesop's Fables.
Aesop's Fables by Aesop,Jerry Pinkney Book Summary:
A collection of nearly sixty fables from Aesop includes such familiar ones as "The Grasshopper and the Ants," "The North Wind and the Sun," "Androcles and the Lion," "The Troublesome Dog," and "The Fox and the Stork." 35,000 first printing.
Aesop's Fables : All-Time Treasured Stories by Om Books Editorial Team Book Summary:
Long, long ago, around the sixth century BC, lived a gifted storyteller named Aesop. Not much is known about him, but what one does know is that he could make his audiences roll with laughter at his delightful tales. In this book are some of Aesop’s most popular fables. They’ll make you laugh and also teach you valuable life lessons - and what could be better than that!
Aesops Fables by George Fyler Townsend Book Summary:
Aesop's ''Fables'' is regarded as the first book of juvenile literature. In these short tales the writer breathes life into the characters by endowing human qualities to animals. Written in a light-hearted tone, the writer ends each story on deep and profound moral. It is the most memorable collection of fables in world literature.
Aesop's Fables - Complete Collection by Aesop Book Summary:
Aesop's Fables is a collection of stories credited to Aesop, a slave and storyteller believed to have lived in ancient Greece between 620 and 564 BCE. Of diverse origins, the stories associated with Aesop's name have descended to modern times through a number of sources and include such favorites as The Fox and the Grapes, The Tortoise and the Hare, The Farmer and the Stork, The North Wind and the Sun, The Ant and the Grasshopper and hundreds more.
The Complete Fables by Aesop Book Summary:
Aesop was probably a prisoner of war, sold into slavery in the early sixth century BC, who represented his masters in court and negotiations, and relied on animal stories to put across his key points. All these fables, full of humour, insight and savage wit, as well as many fascinating glimpses of ordinary life, have now been brought together for the first time in this definitive and fully annotated modern edition.
The Lion and the Mouse by Thomas-Bo Huusmann,Aesops Fables Book Summary:
The Lion and the Mouse is the story of a Mouse that proves size does not always matter. When in distress, sometimes a helping hand can come from the most unexpected place. The story is based on the famous Greek storyteller Aesop's classic fables, and it teaches children a valuable lesson on helping one another. Adapted into a Picture Book by the witty Thomas-Bo Huusmann, who in this book draws and tells in the cheerful way which is so characteristic of him. Age: +3 Product Details: Published by: Huusmann Media Author: Thomas-Bo Huusmann Translator: Daniel Sim Illustrator: Thomas-Bo Huusmann Release date: 11.09.2014 Length: 24 Pages Edition: Paperback ISBN: 978-87-99572-40-3
Aesop's Fables by Aesop,J. Emmerson Book Summary:
An illustrated collection of charming stories to entertain all ages Aesop is credited with many fables that have endured for centuries, relating morals and truth to young and old using animals as the main characters in each story. This collection of 100 tales, with color illustrations and black-and-white art by Percy J. Billinghurst throughout, is a beautiful addition to any home library. The cloth-bound cover with a full-color illustrated plate and foil stamping will stand out as a special piece, and you can add other titles in the series to complete a treasury worthy of handing down to your grandchildren.
The North Wind and the Sun by Dona Herweck Rice Book Summary:
In this Spanish-translated script, act out the story of a bet between the north wind and the sun. The two argue over who is the most powerful and make a bet to see who can get a traveler to remove his cloak with their power. The harsh north wind tries its best with powerful force, but fails. The sun gently shines down warm beams of light, getting the traveler to remove his cloak quickly and showing the north wind that there is more power and strength in gentleness than in force. This charming, Spanish script includes six roles that are written at varying reading levels, supporting differentiation strategies. Teachers can implement differentiation strategies into instruction to assign roles to students based on their individual reading levels. This helpful feature is an easy way for teachers to get all of their students involved and engaged in an activity. All students will gain confidence and feel successful while building fluency, regardless of their current reading ability. This script also features a song and poem relating to the story. Through performing this story together, students will practice valuable skills like interacting cooperatively, reading aloud, and using expressive voices and gestures. All of the features in this dynamic, leveled script make it a great resource for an entire classroom of young readers.
Ethics in Aesop's Fables by Christos A. Zafiropoulos Book Summary:
This book offers a detailed analysis of the ethical content of the Greek fable and provides fascinating new information about the use of popular literature in Greece (fable, in particular) as a vehicle for the transmission of ethical norms.
The Classic Treasury of Aesop's Fables by Don Daily Book Summary:
Get in step with the colorful animals that race, waddle, and leap through these pages! From a fast-footed monkey to a two-timing fox, each creature has a story to tell and a moral to teach. These famous tales tickle the imagination and teach simple truths, ones that children and adults face every day. Inside are twenty classic fables, including The Tortoise and the Hare, The Goose Who Laid the Golden Eggs, and The City Mouse and the Country Mouse. Passed from generation to generation, Aesop's best-loved fables are presented here with beautiful illustrations that bring these naughty, bold, brave, and lovable creatures to life.
Aesop's Fables by Carlo Gébler Book Summary:
A witty, scatological illustrated version of the world's most celebrated fables, allegedly written by a slave in the 5th century BC. A book for our times: as Gébler notes, Aesop has two subjects - the exercise of power and the experience of the powerless, who endure life and all that it inflicts on them. This retelling of the Fables makes them relevant and richly enjoyable. Gavin Weston's brilliant images complement Gébler's prose. Large and fierce animals kill and butcher weaker creatures; gods play games with the hopes and fears of lesser species, including men and women; and occasionally the weak turn the tables on the strong, exposing their pretensions. This is a stunning new version of a book that was often bowdlerised and used to teach moral lessons to children. Gébler's Aesop is darker and more realistic, and compulsively readable.