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Aesop’s Fables (Classics Illustrated, #26)

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The delight of generation after generation of children and adults, Aesop’s Fables have earned a spot on every bookshelf. The Fables provide a set of pithy lessons and lorals that are as applicable today as when the tales were first recounted orally in ancient times. Eric Vincent’s charming, witty illustrations add an enchanting new dimension to these ageless stories.


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The delight of generation after generation of children and adults, Aesop’s Fables have earned a spot on every bookshelf. The Fables provide a set of pithy lessons and lorals that are as applicable today as when the tales were first recounted orally in ancient times. Eric Vincent’s charming, witty illustrations add an enchanting new dimension to these ageless stories.

30 review for Aesop’s Fables (Classics Illustrated, #26)

  1. 4 out of 5

    StrictlySequential

    It's impressive that a guy from Gainesville that went to college in Louisiana became so whimsically adept with British colloquium and witticisms- they added an enjoyable flair to his well crafted anthropomorphic characters! His settings were accurate and exciting; among others, he included: Victorian London, the American Wild West, the Ancient Far East, a Coney Island-like beach retreat, Mount Olympus, Ancient Egypt, European countrysides, pre-Lawrence Arabia BUT BEST OF ALL was his worker ants i It's impressive that a guy from Gainesville that went to college in Louisiana became so whimsically adept with British colloquium and witticisms- they added an enjoyable flair to his well crafted anthropomorphic characters! His settings were accurate and exciting; among others, he included: Victorian London, the American Wild West, the Ancient Far East, a Coney Island-like beach retreat, Mount Olympus, Ancient Egypt, European countrysides, pre-Lawrence Arabia BUT BEST OF ALL was his worker ants in Russia with their unquestionably communist garb upbraiding the Grasshopper to get a job!

  2. 4 out of 5

    Kaisera

    Well, last night I just finished the Count of Monte Cristo. I must say that I've heard of this book before, but it just didn't satisfy me. The stories and little fables I thought were very short and well, sometimes that's a good thing, I just see it as leaving me wanting. Well, last night I just finished the Count of Monte Cristo. I must say that I've heard of this book before, but it just didn't satisfy me. The stories and little fables I thought were very short and well, sometimes that's a good thing, I just see it as leaving me wanting.

  3. 5 out of 5

    Aysegul Ozsoy

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    Jithin James

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    Mohit Parikh

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    Jun-Elle

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    Lisa Erickson

  12. 4 out of 5

    Whitebeard Books

  13. 4 out of 5

    שָׂרָה

  14. 5 out of 5

    Robin

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    Lukas

  16. 5 out of 5

    Jeanette

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    Josephine

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    Alex

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    Kae Motol

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    Janine Dwyer

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    Riku Sayuj

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    AER

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    Jefry

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    Meredith

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    Kobita Banerjee

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    Kate Reynolds

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    Anand A

  29. 4 out of 5

    Beth

  30. 4 out of 5

    Elle

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