Fábulas Enganchadas

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Graciela Repún y Enrique Melantoni
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2011
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I was all set to record this book as a duplicate of one listed under 2011/2013 when I noticed that this is described not as "1a editión, 1a reimpressión" but simply as "1a editión." So I give it a separate record. Curiously the same verso of the title page describes it as printed in April of 2012. Let me give the same description that I gave then. Here are twelve traditional fables each given about four pages and each graced with a full-page colored illustration. The first fable has an ant ask "Help me!" to some six characters, asking to get away. Snow, sun, cloud, wind, wall, and man give answers indicating that they are indeed strong but unable to help. Each passes the ant on to the next, saying that the next is stronger. I believe the ant finally takes off on her own. She will help herself. In GA, the grasshopper makes music with maracas! There is a partial-page transition getting into the first story and others transitioning to each next new story. This frame story has a fox and an ant telling each other the stories. Further stories include AD; SW; "The Mother, Wolf, and Child"; MM, GGE, TMCM; LM; "The Lion and His Advisors" (and the skunk); "The Weasel and the Bats"; and "The Bat and Nightingale." The maracas picture on 15 might be the most engaging. TMCM on 41 is also charming: the cat looks around a curtain at one observant and one inattentive eating mouse.
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