50 Famous Fables and Folk Tales: Collected from Around the World by Tom Baker
My rating: 3 of 5 stars
50 Famous Fables and Folk Tales turned out to be a much shorter read than I expected it to be.
Some of the fables are truly familiar - especially those from Aesop - but others proved to be new and amusing reads. I especially liked the African and Indian folktales/fables. The illustrations also add a nice touch.
Each story ends with a little moral, some of which were interesting to read. Others were a little strangely written. There were also a few annoying author asides (which I assume come from Baker).
Altogether quite amusing, though probably best for younger readers.
Note: I received a digital ARC of this book for review via Edelweiss.
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