Fables

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  • Hardcover
  • 48 pages
  • Fables
  • Arnold Lobel
  • English
  • 06 June 2019
  • 0060239743

About the Author: Arnold Lobel

Is a well-known author, some of his books are a fascination for readers like in the Fables book, this is one of the most wanted Arnold Lobel author readers around the world.


Fables A Pig Flying Through Marshmallow Clouds To A Marzipan Moon A Camel Piroutetting Through The Desert A Wolf Who Looks Suspiciously Like An Apple Tree Or Is It The Other Way Around A Bear In A Frying Pan Hat And Paper Bag Boots

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10 thoughts on “Fables

  1. Mischenko says:

    I just Arnold Lobel s books and this is a fav Anyone can enjoy it My favorite fable in this book is The Pig and the Candy Store 5

  2. Nick Geiser says:

    This book was a quick read with a nice old writing style that is built up of a bunch of tiny little fables The book was okay, but the book didn t pop out as the best book I have ever read Finished my genre graph

  3. Laura says:

    1981 Caldecott MedalThis has 20 written and illustrated fables Each fable contains a timeless moral that all children could benefit from I think reading a fable or two at a time would work best, since the fables are sort of lengthy.

  4. Kristine Hansen says:

    Shades of Aesop done badly Some of the lessons I don t think were valid lessons at all But they weren t all that bad and I was willing to go along with this book up until The Pelican and the Crane Call me triggered, as I probably am As a parent of autistic children I had a hard time with this Fable I understand the sentiment you don t have friends beca...

  5. Ronyell says:

    Fables is a book full of guess fables written by Arnold Lobel and is the winner of the prestigious Caldecott Medal This book is full of Aesop like fables about animals that are greedy, naughty, confident, and lucky and this book is surely to be an instant favorite for children who want to learn useful lessons in life Arnold Lobel s writing is witty and inventive as he narrates each fable with a wise and proper air, indicating that the main characters are of high class which might explain Fables is a book full of guess fables written by Arnold Lobel and is the winner of the prestigious Caldecott Medal This book is full of Aesop like fables about animals that ar...

  6. Sarah Middlestead says:

    1981 Caldecott Medal Lovely pictures to illustrate each fable We read two or three fables each day during Morning Time The kids guessed at the moral for each fable, which was fun for them and entertaining for me.

  7. David says:

    Fables by Arnold Lobel consists of 20 one page original fables with fresh morals that slyly, humorously poke human at human failings using animal characters.Each one page fable has a moral, written in italics, afterward My favorite fables in the collection, with their morals, are The Lobster and the Crab Even the taking of small risks will add excitement to life.The Bear and the Crow Moral When the need is strong, there are some who will believe anything.The Pelican and the Crane Moral Fables by Arnold Lobel consists of 20 one page original fables with fresh morals that slyly, humorously poke human at human failings using animal characters.Each one page fable has a moral, written in italics, afterward My favorite fables in the collection, with their morals, are The Lobster and the Crab Even the taking of small risks will add excitement to life.The Be...

  8. Loraine says:

    SUMMARY 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 REVIEW Most of Arnold Lobel s books are geared to young children Fables would be a great read aloud for older elementary students Each story in and of itself would be a great discussion prompt and or writing prompt His illustrations as always are wonderful SUMMARY 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 REVIEW Most of Arnold Lobel s books are geared to young children Fables would be a great read aloud for older elementary students Each story in and of itself would be a great discussion prompt and or writing prompt His illustrations as always are wonderful and even they could b...

  9. Jason says:

    There are sublime stories that teach gentle but important life lessons paired with Lobel s thoughtful and colorful artwork whatcould you ask for 1981 Caldecott winner

  10. Seema Rao says:

    These original animal fables are still as wonderful as I remember them with short morals at the end, and attractive illustrations.