::: by Ólafía L. Óla :::
Aesop's animal fables made more believable with a modern humourous twist
This is an illustrated children's storybook based on Aesop's Fables. The stories have been made more believable by changing the ending with a humorous twist. The book has full-colour pages with big text.
Some very well-known stories have been included:
- The hare and the tortoise
- The lion and the mouse
- The wolf and the dog
- Two fellows and a bear
- Dog in the manger
- Shepherd's boy
- Belling the cat
- Two foxes and the grapes
- Two crows and a pitcher
- The goose with the golden eggs
- Wolf in sheep's clothing
- The fox and the crow
|Paperback (FULL COLOUR)||Amazon||$11, £9, €9|
|Print-replica Kindle ebook|
(for parental review)
|Amazon||$0.99 or FREE|
|Ordinary eBook (for free parental review)||books2read.com/animalia|
The book is a large-print full-colour full-bleed paperback. This sample is a low-resolution watermarked PDF but it is fully functional. The pages and text are much bigger in the original.
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- In this book, I am using an Icelandic name for the author because it is unique and more pronounceable/memorable for Western readers.
- Animalia Humorosum is not Latin for animal humour but seems like it is. An accurate translation is humid animals.
- Attention spelling nazis: The word 'Humourous' is from Ole English, ye know? It is not an error as some intellectually challenged dictionaries might claim.