Time for Fairy Tales Old and New: A Representative Collection of Folk Tales, Myths, Epics, Fables, and Modern Fanciful Tales for Children, to be Used in the Classroom, Home, Or Camp; Especially Planned for College Classes in Children's Literature; with a General Introd., Four Section Introductions, and Headnotes for the Individual Stories
Scott, Foresman, 1952 - Children's stories - 403 pages
Folk and fairy tales from more than twenty-three countries.
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The Wolf and the Seven Little Kids
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