Here is a beautifully produced little book. It is almost square, about 5¾ on a side and has 129 pages. After a short section on Aesop and his fables, there are forty-seven fables, illustrated by the Ulm woodcuts or by engravings from Desandré and Freeman in the late nineteenth century. After the fables, there are specimens of the Greek script in which Aesop would have been first written down and two Aesopic enigmas with their solutions. Finally one finds a T of C and a colophon page. The colophon page is unusual for getting down to the address of the publisher's bookstore, with fax and telephone numbers. The book is solidly constructed and beautifully printed.