Aesop’s Fables (Classics Illustrated, #26)
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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.
Paperback, 45 pages
Published 1991 by First Publishing, Inc.
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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.
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