The main known work behind Sefer Meshalim is the Ku-Bukh (1595, perhaps even 1555).
Edited by Olive Beaupré Miller. .
30 Dirhams from a slot argentino automodelismo bookshop in Habous, Casablanca, July, '01.
Covidien, Building 911-67 Sabanetas Industrial Park Ponce, Puerto Rico 00731, USA.Perhaps the best of them occurs on the very last page (96) as a young man who hates flies is about to murder his father because there is a fly settling on his father's head.The simple art of this book is not to my taste.Sparton Medical Sytems Colorado, Llc 4300 Godding Hollow Parkway Frederick, CO, USA.Illustrations by the students themselves.Chart Inc., 201 Seventh Street Northwest, New Prague, MN, USA.There are also changes on the back of the title-page, since the people involved in the two publishers are different."The Cat and bonoloto 25 abril 2017 the Parrot" (29) is a fantastic tale of a cat who eats cassinos mais famosos de las vegas whole armies-but stupidly eats crabs, who cut a hole in his side through which everyone escapes.At the end of BW, the boy "was never seen again" (33).Retold by Asian Bilingual Students from Room #17, Wisconsin Avenue School; James Sayavong, Teacher.The single colored illustration spanning the covers is, well, uplifting.The first two volumes are under 1978/97, the third and fourth under 1986/96, and the fifth under 1992/95.Aesop is supposed to have refused and climbed up a peak to throw himself down voluntarily, and many friends and admirers accompanied him (in the climb or in the suicide?).I found this booklet, along with the other two fable books in the series, on my own during my first afternoon in "Casa." 1992/98 Fedro: Favole.For a quick treat, read Bradford Morrow's "Numb" on 362.See The Boy Who Cried "Wolf" (1995) and The Town Mouse and the Country Mouse (1994) in the same series.
Two fables are mentioned: the wolves offer peace with the sheep for dog-hostages, and a boy is about to kill a locust.
The green-and-blue cover is nicely embossed.
The squirrel reminds the other two that when destiny closes a door, it opens a window.
The moral of TH is "Steady effort gains more than talent that isn't used" (18).