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Just as he did in his 2015 book Aesop, ASAP, Warren Clements has turned fifty-two of the fables associated with Aesop into rhyming verse. "Two goats -- each from a different flock,/ Each on her own -- went for a walk/ And came upon a bridge so high/ And narrow, two could not pass by." The marvellous illustrations are by Frederick Burr Opper (creator of the early 20th-century comic strips Happy Hooligan and Alphonse and Gaston) and Sylvain Sauvage.

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