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Books with title The Tortoise and the Hare

  • The Tortoise and the Hare

    Teresa Mlawer, Olga Cuellar

    Paperback (Adirondack Books, Jan. 1, 2016)
    When Tortoise says to Hare, I bet I can beat you in a running race!, everyone laughs. Tortoise puts one foot in front of the next. Hare stops to nibble carrot tops and cabbages. . . . Who will have the last laugh?The Timeless Fables series is a charming introduction to the wonderful world of fables. The stories have been adapted to appeal to young children. Each story ends with a simple, clear moral that will spark conversation between parent and child, offering a great way to share story time together.
  • The Hare and The Tortoise


    eBook (, May 22, 2017)
    The Hare & The Tortoise is a beautifully illustrated classic tale that narrates one of the best stories of all time. Bedtime stories are the best way through which you can form a strong bond with your children, and this ebook uses great story lines to inspire children to learn respect, good values, ethics, morals, and good behavior. Read along to find how the tortoise won the race….
  • The Tortoise and the Hare

    Bernadette Watts

    Paperback (NorthSouth Books, May 5, 2020)
    A classic retold by Bernadette Watts—one of Europe’s most recognized and beloved fairy-tale artists. Now available in paperbackWhen Tortoise says to Hare, “I bet I can beat you in a running race!” everyone laughs. Tortoise puts one foot in front of the next. Hare stops to nibble carrot tops and cabbages. . . . Who will have the last laugh? “A fresh retelling of the old Aesop Fable so much beloved by past generations of young readers.”—Midwest Book Review
  • The Tortoise and the Hare: An Aesop Fable

    Janet Stevens

    Paperback (Holiday House, Sept. 1, 1984)
    With illustrations as timeless as the tale, this edition of a classic will delight both parents and children. Once upon a time, there was a tortoise and the hare. Tortoise was friendly and quiet. He did everything slowly. Hare was flashy and rude. He did everything quickly. Janet Steven’s signature style adds color, light, and humor to this classic fable. Parents will love revisiting this story as much as children will love reading it, as its always a good time to be rereminded slow and steady wins the race!
  • The Tortoise and the Hare Little Classics

    Phidal Publishing

    Paperback (Phidal Publishing, April 1, 2017)
    The Little Classics collection allows your child to discover the wonderful characters of beloved classic fairy tales. They will experience the magic of unforgettable adventures in these exciting stories. These imaginative books will encourage a lifetime love of reading. Features:Sturdy soft coverColorful imagesContemporary adaptations of beloved classicsPortable24 pages of fun!Collect them all!
  • The Tortoise & the Hare

    Jerry Pinkney

    Hardcover (Little, Brown Books for Young Readers, Oct. 1, 2013)
    This lavish, highly-acclaimed rendition of Aesop's most beloved fable about grit, hope, and resilience is brought to life by Caldecott Medal-winning artist Jerry Pinkney. This nearly wordless companion to the Caldecott Medal-winning The Lion & the Mouse is Jerry Pinkney's most stunning masterpiece yet. Even the slowest tortoise can defeat the quickest hare, and even the proudest hare can learn a timeless lesson from the most humble tortoise: Slow and steady wins the race! Here is a superbly rendered journey from starting line to finish that embodies the bravery, perseverance, and humility we can all find inside ourselves. Don't miss these other classic retellings by Jerry Pinkney:The Lion & the MouseThe Grasshopper & the AntsThe Three Billy Goats GruffLittle Red Riding Hood
  • The Tortoise and the Hare

    Jerry Pinkney

    Paperback (Scholastic, Inc, Aug. 16, 2017)
    The Tortoise and the Hare Children's Book
  • The Tortoise and the Hare

    Carl Sommer, Enrique Vignolo

    language (Advance Publishing, Nov. 11, 2013)
    Harry the Hare never stops bragging that no one can beat him in a race. The animals go to Mr. Wise Owl to find out how to stop Harry Hare from boasting. They vote to have a race, but everyone declines to race Harry Hare but Teddy Tortoise, the slowest of them all. It’s utterly foolish to the forest animals to expect Teddy Tortoise to win.Harry Hare bolts from the starting line like a flash of lightning. Since Harry Hare is so far ahead, he decides to eat and rest awhile. Teddy Tortoise keeps plodding along. The shouts of the forest animals wake up Harry Hare—and the race is decided by a fraction of a second. Through Teddy Tortoise’s perseverance, he wins the race and puts the bragging hare to shame. This retelling of Aesop’s classic fable shows that preparation and perseverance lead to success.
  • The Tortoise and the Hare

    Blake Hoena, Tim Palin, Erik Koskinen

    Paperback (Cantata Learning, Jan. 1, 2018)
    In this Classic Fable in Rhythm and Rhyme, a speedy rabbit challenges a slow turtle to a race. Who will win? Find out when you sing along to The Tortoise and the Hare! Includes online music access.
  • The Tortoise and the Hare

    Teresa Mlawer

    Hardcover (Garden Learning, Jan. 15, 2016)
    Traditional fables, designed especially for early childhood and the emergent reader
  • The Hare and the Tortoise

    Brian Wildsmith

    Paperback (Oxford University Press, USA, June 7, 2007)
    The race is on - the fast running hare against the tortoise, who moves very slowly and carries his house on his back. In a flash the hare is away, flying over the grass. But the tortoise has hardly moved. Who do you think will win?
  • The Tortoise or the Hare

    Toni Morrison, Slade Morrison, Joe Cepeda

    Paperback (Simon & Schuster/Paula Wiseman Books, May 6, 2014)
    Nobel Prize recipient Toni Morrison and Slade Morrison breathe new life into a classic Aesop’s fable.In the well-known tale of “The Tortoise and the Hare,” everyone remembers that “slow and steady wins the race”—or does it? In this energetic retelling of a favorite fable, it’s the speedy Hare who crosses the finish line first, but it’s Tortoise who has the tale to tell when he discovers that the race, not the winning, is what matters most. While winning is important, isn’t making a true friend the best prize of all?