田舎のネズミと町のネズミ : イソップ物語より = The town mouse and the country mouse / NPO多言語多読再話・監修 ; 玉木玲子挿絵.(OCLC #951610771)

裸の王様 = The emperor’s new clothes / アンデルセン原作 ; NPO多言語多読簡約・監修 ; 佐々木英子挿絵.(OCLC #951610783)

Recently on twitter, @OpOnions asked:

So who knows why “Aesop’s fables” is a 130 rather than a 100/240 name/title combo?

One proposed reason was that Aesop was the collector / compiler of the collection of stories, so it might be reasonable to list him as creator of the whole collection, as in:

100 0_ ǂa Aesop, ǂe compiler.
245 10 ǂa Aesop's fables / ǂc Aesop ; illustrated by Ernest Griset ;
    introduction and notes by Edward W. Clayton.

if not for individual tales, but I more often see this uniform title even for collections:

130 0_ ǂa Aesop's fables. ǂl English.
245 14 ǂa The fables of Aesop, and others / ǂc with design
    on wood by Thomas Bewick.

The name authority record for Aesop does include a usage note:

Do not use as main entry for Aesopic fables, which should normally be entered under a uniform title. Do use as added entry for editions in which Aesop is prominently named (e.g. an edition with title: Aesop’s fables)

Following this convention, individual tales get their own uniform titles, as in:

130 0_ ǂa Country mouse and the city mouse. ǂl Japanese.
245 10 ǂa 田舎のネズミと町のネズミ : ǂb イソップ物語より = The
    town mouse and the country mouse / ǂc NPO多言語多読再話・監修 ;

In contrast, Hans Christian Andersen did write the individual stories in his collections, so translations of his individual stories have this coding:

100 1_ ǂa Andersen, H. C. ǂq (Hans Christian), ǂd 1805-1875,
    ǂe author.
240 10 ǂa Kejserens nye klæder. ǂl Japanese
245 10 ǂa 裸の王様 = ǂb The emperor's new clothes /
    ǂc アンデルセン原作 ; NPO多言語多読簡約・監修 ; 

Oscar and the moth : a book about light and dark / Geoff Waring. (OCLC #144228097)

In our Education Library, we classify many picture books as non-fiction, under the subject they are intending to teach. This book is clearly fiction (as our technician pointed out, that cat would have eaten that moth instantly!) but the intent is to teach about the scientific topics of light and dark, so it will be classified with this topic:

    J535 WAR

Dewey 535 is for “Light and related radiation”.