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Antoniorrobles

Traducciones

Relación de años y Traducciones con sus portadas

Años Traducciones Portada
(1936) «The Camel Who Became a Toy». Translated from the Spanish by Edward Huberman. Illustrated by Grace Paull. En Story Parade. A Magazine for Boys and Girls. Vol. I, núm. 12, december 1936, pp. 5-14. New York: Story Parade.
«The brave automobiles». Traslated from the Spanish by Edward Huberman. With illustrations by William Péne duBois. En Story Parade. A collection of modern stories for boys and girls by celebrated authors, including Walter de la Mare, ... and others. Introduction by Jean Betzner, Ph. D. Teachers College, Columbia University. New York: Story Parade, p. 311-322.
(1938) «The Camel's son». Traslated from the Spanish by Edward Huberman. Illustrations de Frank Dobias. En Story Parade. A collection of modern stories for boys and girls by noted authors (The Green Book Parade). New York: The John C. Winston Company, pp. 39-51. Introduction de May Lamberton Becker.
Tales of Living Playthings. Translation by de Edward Huberman. Illustrations de Fritz Eichenberg. New York: Modern Age Books.
Tales of Living Playthings (1938).
(1939) «Brother lion». Traslated from the Spanish by Edward Huberman. Illustrations de Fritz Eichenberg. En Story Parade. A collection of modern stories for boys and girls by noted authors (The Yellow Book Parade). Chicago: The John C. Winston Company, pp. 285-291. Introduction by Walter de la Mare.
«Brother lion». Trad. de Edward Huberman. Il. de Fritz Eichenberg. En Story Parade. A Magazine for Boys and Girls. May 1939. vol. IV, núm. 5, pp. 26-31. New York: Story Parade.
«Brother watch». Traslated from the Spanish by Edward Huberman. Illustrated by Fritz Eichenberg. En Story Parade. A Magazine for Boys and Girls. January, 1939. vol. IV, núm. 1, pp. 30-36.New York: Story Parade.
«Brother watch». Traslated from the Spanish by Edward Huberman. Illustrations de Fritz Eichenberg. En Story Parade. A collection of modern stories for boys and girls by noted authors (The Yellow Book Parade). Chicago: The John C. Winston Company, pp. 73-80. Introduction by Wélter de la Mare.
Merry Tales from Spain. Translated by Edward Huberman. Il. Fritz Eichenberg. Philadelphia: John C. Winston Company.
Merry Tales from Spain (1939).
(1940) «The Seven Sinners and Their Turkey Dinners». Adapted from the Sapnish of Antoniorrobles By Edward Huberman. Ilustrated by Frank Dobias. En Story Parade.A Magazine for Boys and Girls. December 1940, pp. 17-21. New York: Story Parade.
(1942) «The Brave Automobiles». Traslated by Edward Huberman. Illustrated bu Armstrong Sperry. En Stories of Many Nations. Selected and Arranged by Irwin H. Braun and D. Edward Safarjian. Boston: D. C. Heath and Company, pp. 556-564.
(1944) «How to fool a comet». Traslated by Elisaberth and Edward Huberman. Ilustrated by Emmy Ferand. En Story Parade. A Magazine for Boys and Girls. September 1944, pp. 21-28. New York: Story Parade.
(1947) «How to fool a comet». Traslated by Elisaberth and Edward Huberman. Ilustrated by Emmy Ferand. En R. S. Sutton, E. L. Smither and E. Coleman, The World is Wide. Richmond: Johnson Publishing Company, pp. 454-465.  
(1951) «Donkey Business». Adapted from Spanish of Antoniorrobles by Elisabeth and Edward Huberman. Illustrated by Tibor Gergely. En Animal Story Parade. Favorite Stories of Animals from Story Parade Magazine. New York: Garden City Books, pp. 64-68.
(1952) The refugee Centaur. Tr. an ad. by Edward and Elisabeth Huberman. Il. de John Resko. New York: Twayne Publishers.
The refugee Centaur (1952).
(1975) Cuento de la Ciudad de las Cintas de Colores (Traducción al ruso). Moscú, 1975.
Cuento de la Ciudad de las Cintas de Colores (1975).
(1980) A meiga Dona Paz. En versión galega de Claudio González Pérez. Il. de Xosé Díaz. Vigo: Ediciós do Castro.
A meiga Dona Paz (1980).
(1983) Azkeneko herengugea eta kapeladenda. Il. de Montse Ginesta. Donostia: Elkar.
Azkeneko herengugea eta kapeladenda (1983).
L'últim drac de quatre caps. Il. de Montse Ginesta. Barcelona: La Galera.
L'últim drac de quatre caps(1983).
O dragón das catro cabezas. Il. de Montse Ginesta. Vigo: Galaxia.
O dragón das catro cabezas (1983).