Hai Con De: The Two Goats

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2008
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This pamphlet joins the eleven others in this series. Each is a fine bilingual booklet of 12 pages. The art is especially detailed and supportive of the text. The text appears in a few lines on each page. The English sometimes is not idiomatic, as on the key page, where this version also has its own special story development: The violent fighting made the old bridge swung very hard till split away (10-11). I think that this is the first time I have read that the bridge was destroyed by their encounter. These two goats are leaders of herds. The artist puts great expressions on the faces of the tumbling goats, as he had put great anger and determination on them on the cover. The last page offers an unusual glimpse of the two exhaling underwater. Except for the beginning and ending single pages, this entire pamphlet consists of double-page illustrations, all well done. The back cover illustrates the whole series of The Fables of Aesop.
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