La Fontaine: The Wolf and the Lamb, and Other Fables

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Bredeson, Megan
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2021
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WL is told and illustrated in straightforward and clear prose, including its stark ending. It begins with the question "Is the strongest always right?" and goes through only two rounds of accusation: about dirty water and insults. TMCM is true to La Fontaine, beginning with the invitation to a city meal that is disrupted and closing with an invitation tomorrow to a country meal. GGE is told succinctly but without any mention of the farmer's killing the poor hen! Among the text in this series are larger-typeface bolded comments made apparently by the narrator, not by the characters. In such a short space, that practice can be confusing. Nine stiff cardboard pages inside similar cardboard covers, 6¼" square.
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