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Roadsigns: A Harey Race with a Tortoise

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The signs and illustrations tell the story in this whimsical rendition of Aesop's classic fable The Tortoise and the Hare.
Paperback, 32 pages
Published May 1st 2008 by Two Lions (first published September 30th 2000)
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Adapted from an Aesop Fable, this story relates the famous tale of the tortoise and the hare only it is done purely through road signs. I think it is a cute idea, but I thought the book was a little hard to follow, even being familiar with the story. The moral of hard work is the same though. Included at the back is an illustrated page of all of the signs used in the book so it would be a great tool to use to teach kids about road signs.
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