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This first collection contains 5 fables from Jean de La Fontaine. The fables have illustrations and explanations to help readers understand the meaning and the moral of each story. - The Frog that wanted to be as big as an Ox - The Crow and the Fox - The Cricket and the Ant - The town Rat and the country Rat - Death and the Woodcutter The concept: There are three different voices in this collection of La Fontaine fables: the original French text, with all its rhythms and rhymes, has been put into English by Rowland Hill. The meaning of the text is explained to younger readers by Nicolas Rey and Laura Marine. And the moral that Jean de La Fontaine wants us to understand sits big and bold at the end of each story. The illustrations by Marlène Lapalu are rich in colour, hinting at mischief and humour. Younger readers will be able to enjoy the remarks of the narrator-observer as each story unfolds. The voice of the narrator-observer might show surprise, or amusement or disapproval depending on what happens to the various characters. The purpose of having this extra voice is to add extra weight to the words of Jean de La Fontaine and to help children make sense of the original French in a fun way. For 6 years and upwards.