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tortoise and the hare. [Die Schildkröte und der Hase. by Dorothy Sword Bishop

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Published by National Textbook Co.] in Skokie, Ill .
Written in English

Subjects:

  • German language -- Readers.,
  • Fables.,
  • Animals -- Fiction.

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Recounts the famous tale of the race between the persevering turtle and the boastful rabbit.

Edition Notes

Other titlesSchildkröte und der Hase.
StatementTranslated by Heinrich Reiter.
SeriesHer Fabeln in zwei Sprachen, The Bilingual series
Classifications
LC ClassificationsPF3115 .B53
The Physical Object
Pagination[71] p.
Number of Pages71
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL5299265M
LC Control Number72080084

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  Based on Aesop’s tale of determination and perseverance, Living Books brings the story of The Tortoise and the Hare. Who hasn’t heard the story about the slow tortoise that, in the end, wins the race against the speedy hare? The story is presented across a . The Tortoise meanwhile kept going slowly but steadily, and, after a time, passed the place where the Hare was sleeping. But the Hare slept on very peacefully; and when at last he did wake up, the Tortoise was near the goal. The Hare now ran his swiftest, but he could not overtake the Tortoise in time. The race is not always to the swift. The Tortoise and the Hare is the third Living Books PC-ROM based on the famous fable by Aesop, it was retold by Mark Schlitchting as an original story for the Living Books series (hence the first Living Books game to not be based on any existing books), and the CD-ROM along with its included paperback storybook were both released in   The hare leaps forth as if shot from a cannon; the tortoise, grim-faced in an engineer’s cap and bandanna, plods forward. Iterative text, delivered word by word at tortoise speed, bolsters the story’s lesson. “Slow and steady,” reads the spread that shows the tortoise making his way through a pond that the hare cleared with one leap.5/5(1).