Aesop's Story: The Lion and the Mouse

Loading...
Thumbnail Image
Authors
Drake, Mary
Issue Date
2003
Type
Book, Whole
Language
Keywords
Research Projects
Organizational Units
Journal Issue
Alternative Title
Abstract
This is the fifth of seven strong books. The book is made to be read with the story -- English or Korean -- on the two accompanying CDs. The first thing one notices about these books is their stiff, strong pages. There are only fourteen pages in the book! The second thing is that this artist again, as elsewhere in this series, pictures the characters' eyes effectively. Perhaps the best of the pictures here is the picture of the release at mid-book. Both characters are smiling. The facial expressions on the cover are strong, but what phase of the story is pictured here? Where, that is, would we have a jubilant scampering mouse in front of an angry lion? Kindness is never wasted. (I doubt that Aesop would have agreed with that moral!) The covers of this set of books, front and back, use lots of sparkly material. As far as I can tell, they use it well.
Description
Citation
Publisher
L.K. Sellobby Korea
License
Journal
Volume
Issue
PubMed ID
DOI
ISSN
EISSN
Collections