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There's no fable of the day today because I've spent the afternoon working on my Schoolhouse Widgets for the Fall semester. There are two fable widgets in particular that might interest folks here - one in English, and one with the Latin texts. You can add these widgets to any webpage that allows javascript. If you have a Blogger.com blog, you can add them with a single click! I've also got Google Gadget versions available for most of these, for any of using iGoogle (fun!) as your browser homepage.

Illustrated Aesop's Fables: This is a collection of 53 Aesop's Fables with the beginning of the story, a link to the rest of the story, along with an illustration. Available at random or as "Fable of the Week."

Aesop's Fables in Latin: This is a collection of 50 Aesop's Fables from the Latin fables published by Francis Barlow in 1687. For each fable displayed at random, there is a link to a scan of the original book, plus a link to a wiki page where you can find the Latin text, English translation and additional information.

You can find out more about these widgets and other ancient world widgets at my SchoolhouseWidgets.com website, or you can visit the Schoolhouse Widgets blog for the latest news and updates! :-)

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