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Arnold Lobel ranks right up there with Dorothy Parker for one-liners and I am so pleased that kids have this range of books to displace all the inferior offerings out there on the shelves. 3 year old loves it, always laughs when I explain the moral at the end of each story and waits with bated breath for the punchline. 1 year old loves the drawings. The perfect package for witty babies. Check it out!
From the Back Cover ‘Short, original fables with fresh, unexpected morals poke subtle fun at human foibles through the antics of animals. . . . The droll illustrations, with tones blended to luminescent shading, are complete and humorous themselves.’ — Association of Library Service to Children, ALA.
Fables Paperback – September 7, 1983 by Arnold Lobel (Author, Illustrator) Review
Fables is a book of a bunch of one page stories with a moral at the end. The stories are very real life, and at the end of most of them I find myself thinking, "too true". It has great variety and I really enjoy reading Fables with my boys. The morals are very basic, but I think may still be lost on younger ages. My oldest is 5 and he is just starting to grasp *some* of the morals. we’ve talked about them a lot. I would recommend this book for age 5 at the earliest. .. but not to worry, you and your children will be coming back to this book for years and years. -Read Reviews-
I love this book! I have purchased it many times and have given it to friends as a gift. ..especially those seeking to become storytellers. The stories are short. …easy to remember. …with succinct moral lessons. Great for adults and children.
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