Chinese Tales and Fables is an illustrated e-book with Chinese art and enhanced with Chinese classical music. Each fable is a brief story, contained on a single page with an implied common-sense moral.
Ultimate CoffeEbook 3.0 Coffee is an E-book all about the world wide stimulant. The topics range from history to recipes for cakes, pies and mousses. The book is nicely illustrated with drawings and photographs. No problem staying awake reading this subject.
Ambrose Bierce Selected Works 220.127.116.11 This great ebook opens the world of Ambrose G. Bierce by providing texts of the Fantastic Fables, Can Such Things Be, An Occurence at Owl Creek Bridge and Other Stories, all hyperlinked to the famous Devil's Dictionary.
Description: "Chinese children are made to learn (proverbs and maxims)by heart, and ordinary grown-up Chinamen may be almost said to think in proverbs." Professor Herbert A. Giles, 1892. This quote from Herbert A. Giles (he compiled the first exhaustive Chinese-English dictionary in 1892) aptly describes the contents of Chinese Fables, a handsome new ebook. This program presents the sensibility and pragmatism of Chinese culture and thought. It's a collection of tales and fables with beautiful Chinese artwork and music. Each fable contains a brief story with an underlying moral. Chinese Tales and Fables is a rewarding handbook for the intellect and conscious. The tales and anecdotes, passed down from generation to generation, will be a wonderful addition to your ebook collection. The morals are more often implied than spelled out,
Aesopica 18.104.22.168 Learn wisdom and ethics from animals who seem to have more common sense than humans. Illustrated fables translated by Townsend and/or Vernon Jones. All fables are indexed by title
Fables et Contes chinois 3.0.0 French version of Chinese Tales and Fables is an illustrated e-book with Chinese art and enhanced with Chinese classical music. Each fable is a brief story, contained on a single
Enterprise Unix Roundup Mono , Pragmatism 1.0 Though largely a ceremonial affair, the "1.0" release of anything always involves at least a little ballyhoo. The Mono Project hit the magical 1.0 Wednesday, making good on a three-year promise to bring Microsoft's .NET framework to Linux and Unix.
Sony eBook easy on the eye The text on Sony's new Librie electronic book reader doesn't quite equal ink on a page in clarity, but it comes remarkably close.