The Fabled Life of Aesop

author: Ian Lendler; illustrator: Pamela Zagarenski

THE FABLED LIFE OF AESOP is the story of a slave using his gift to speak truth to power and liberate himself. It will give you a new perspective on the fables you’ve heard your whole life. THE FABLED LIFE OF AESOP has received several starred reviews and was hailed by School Library Journal as “amazing” and “a remarkable book.”

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