In this rendition of Aesop’s fable,
a mouse finds herself trapped by a
caged lion in the city zoo. When
the lion sets her free, she promises to return the favor.
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The wry narrator intones (and readers will agree): “Uh-oh.” But true to the fable, the lion lets the mouse go, with the mouse squeaking in reply, “One day I will help you.” (Sharp-eyed readers will notice that the gray bars, which were previously melded into the background design, are now also fo...Sep 15 2011 | Read Full Review of The Lion and the Mice (I Like...