Amazon Digital Services LLC - Kdp Print Us, Dec 14, 2011 - 144 pages
Herodotus tells of a slave named Aesop who wrote fables in 5th century BCE Greece. Socrates is said to have spent some of his time in jail versifying Aesop's fables. From "The Tortoise and the Hare" to "The Boy Who Cried Wolf," Aesop's fables are a highly entertaining medium for moral instruction, known throughout the world.
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LibraryThing ReviewUser Review - LisCarey - www.librarything.com
This is an enjoyable, quick (under three hours) reading of all of Aesop's fables. There are a few where I thought that this must not be the same translation I read as a kid, but that was a long time ... Read full review
LibraryThing ReviewUser Review - REGoodrich - LibraryThing
Aesops's Fables are short and sweet and easy to read for most ages. A number of the stories are very clever, all with a point or moral to be learned in the end. There are quite a few in this book that ... Read full review