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illustration of This poster art for the Hillside Folk Festival in Guelph pays homage to Aesop's fable about the crow and the fox.  The crow was perched up in a tree with a piece of cheese. The fox wanted it. The fox convinced the crow to sing a song and when the crow opened its beak to sing, the cheese dropped to the ground and the fox ate it. The raccoon and the squirrel are there for backup!
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May 6, 2020

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This poster art for the Hillside Folk Festival in Guelph pays homage to Aesop's fable about the crow and the fox. The crow was perched up in a tree with a piece of cheese. The fox wanted it. The fox convinced the crow to sing a song and when the crow opened its beak to sing, the cheese dropped to the ground and the fox ate it. The raccoon and the squirrel are there for backup!

Keywords: Cartoon, Graphic, Line with Color, Woodcut, Animals, Children, Children's Books, Nature, Wildlife, Environmental

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