The Classic Treasury of Aesop’s Fables

November 2, 2019 - Comment

This classic fully illustrated treasury of Aesop’s fables makes the perfect gift for any young reader or family while teaching values and morals. 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

This classic fully illustrated treasury of Aesop’s fables makes the perfect gift for any young reader or family while teaching values and morals.

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.


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Comments

Anonymous says:

“Updated” Stories (Read as watered down with less rich language) Lovely art if that is what you are getting it for. If you are getting it to read to you children them skip this version. I have an older edition and the language is rich, eloquent and beautiful. Why do we insist on dumbing down our children? Trust me, kids can understand dynamic language just fine. This is a poor edition.

Anonymous says:

Not the Best This edition has a big omission-“The Little Boy Who Cried Wolf” is not in this version of Aesops Fables. Regarding the illustrations-all characters are depicted as animals, which is correct in many, but not all of Aesop Fables. Text accompanying each story is only fair, not really good. I would not recommend this version. There are much better, and more complete versions of Aesops Fables available.

Anonymous says:

1st edition different than picture; each fable illustrated by different artist Based on the reviews I made sure to purchase a hardback edition. However, we purchased a used edition from an independent seller. We got the 1st edition from Chronicle books, however it did not look like the pictures. I have attached some pictures to show. The Rose and the butterfly picture is included in the book but is not on the cover. Each fable is illustrated by a different artist. This is an interesting approach, but I don’t always care for all the styles.I bought this for my…

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