fable

20520 Willie the Squowse by Allan, Quentin Blake ill.

Willie the Squowse.

A sane squirrel tries to do good in a crazy human world. This enchanting tale from a Canadian playwright won The Times Story Competition and was first printed in the Times Saturday Review; here published with many illustrations.

$24.00

 

Bonhomme.

One of the author's charming little fables, less known that the Babar sequels. Here, Emilie brings a funny little man back to civilization, where he can only stay if he puts a cork on the end of his spike. He doesn't stay long!Please note: THIS BOOK HAS BEEN SOLD

$5.01

 

The Town Mouse and the Country Mouse. Ethel Hays, illus. Folio.

The Town Mouse and the Country Mouse. Ethel Hays, illus.

The town mouse changes her outfits frequently and tries to show her country cousin a good time. Marvellous bright colours in this large version of Hays' book. Hays' animals have some of the wit and irony of Felix Lorioux, although her people do not. Please note: THIS BOOK HAS BEEN SOLD

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$20.00

 

13324 Mole's Hill - Ehlert (Seneca)

Mole's Hill.

."Mole loves her burrow near the pond. It's safe and cozy underground, and best of all--it's home. So when Fox says Mole has to move her home to make room for a new path, Mole must do some quick thinking--and digging--to save it." Inspired by a Seneca tale and transported to Wisconsin.

$25.00

 

Reynard the Fox by Hazard.

The Story of Reynard the Fox.

A version of the Reynard/Renart cycle first published in England in the late 1400's, which begins with the trial scene and the chickens bringing in their murdered daughter on a bier. Quite a lively contrast to the moral tales available!

Please note: THIS BOOK HAS BEEN SOLD

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$65.00

 

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