Seattle: University of Washington Press, 1997. Presentation copy. Hardcover. Fine/VG- (light soiling to dj). Coal black cloth/boards with blind-stamp image and red metallic lettering. White dj with bw illustration and maroon spine. 56 pp. with 23 bw plates and 1 bw photo. Warmly inscribed to fellow artist, Will Barnet, and his wife, Elena. Aesop's timeless fables, 5 retold by Laura Iwasaki, each with the moral of the story stated at the end. The fables' main characters, animals and insects, are beautifully illustrated by Jacob Lawrence, artist and art professor. With a brief note from the publisher and a short narrative biography of Lawrence. Would make an ideal gift. Very rare to find a signed copy.
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