A Treasury of Stories for Six Year Olds
Edward Blishen, Nancy Blishen
Kingfisher Books, Sep 1, 1992 - Juvenile Fiction - 158 pages
Each treasury is illustrated with black-and-white line drawings and is perfectly targeted to its young audience, offering a mix of classic and contemporary tales from such notable authors as Joel Chandler Harris, Alison Uttley, and James Reeves.
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Alison Uttley asked barber bean began Black Bertie Brainbox bread Brer Fox Brer Rabbit cake-horse Cluck Coop cottage creature Crocodile crowed cut the lawn dear Diana Ross donkey's ears EDWARD BLISHEN eggs father fish forest frog from Kyoto frog from Osaka gave Giacco girl gold grass Hannah hare as big heard Hedgehog Helicopter honey hoofs horse Jackanapes James Reeves John jump kind old lane laughed leaped legs little drummer little pot lived looked lord Lory Margaret Mahy Mary meowed Miss Pussy morning mother mouse Musgrove musician never Nina old lady old woman oops Ostrich pancakes Partlet Philippa Pearce Pink Ice Cream Pomeroy porridge Postmaster-General Prickety Prackety prince rooster saddle sheep Snapping Jack tail teeny-tiny woman tell there's thought Toby told trees trotted tussocky Twistle V. H. Drummond village voice witch wonderful