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The Fox and the Crow
From the Set Aesop's Fables
A vain crow has found some cheese to eat, but a hungry fox knows a secret: the crow cannot resist showing off! Flattering the crow into singing a song, the fox grabs the cheese when it falls from the crow's beak.
- About Fables
- About the Illustrator
A noteworthy review of Aesop's Fables from Children's Bookwatch on September 1, 2009
Classic Greek literature that has proved both popular and relevant generation after generation down through the centuries is best exemplified by the collection of stories known as ’Aesop’s Fables’. More than being simple entertainments, each anthropomorphic tale carried a special moral that was unique accessible and understanding. Now eight of these timeless tales have been retold by Graham Percy for the delight and edification of children preschool through the third grade. The individual 32-page titles come with a reinforced library binding, a special section defining the fables and providing cogent explanations of their moral lessons, plus a brief introduction to the author and illustrator. Ideal for both school and community libraries, and although available individually, acquisition of the entire series of ’Aesop’s Fables’ is recommended for the benefit of young readers.
Author, Illustrator: Graham Percy
Graham Percy was born and raised in New Zealand. He studied at Auckland's Elam School of Art, and then moved to London to study graphic design at the Royal College of Art. After graduating, Mr. Percy worked for magazines and advertising companies, but discovered that he enjoyed illustrating children's books much more. Over the course of his life, Mr. Percy illustrated over 100 books.