A baker's dozen: thirteen stories to tell and to read aloud
Mary Gould Davis
Harcourt, Brace and Company, 1930 - Children's stories - 207 pages
A collection of stories mostly retold from traditional folk tales.
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Aeneas animals asked BAKER'S DOZEN beautiful began birds Blue Wind Boy Brace and Company brother hare bucket candles Carl Sandburg castle chick Daphne daughter door earth elder brother eyes father George Bird Grinnell Giant's head Giant's Shakes glad gnome gold gone Grandmother grass green fairy hands heard hungry Jasome kill King king's knew Kotsor the cat Kuratko Kyrofatalapynx laughed Laurence Housman listen little Fox little Hare lived lodge looked maiden marry Mighty Mikko's Mikko mother mountain mouth never night Numskull old witch palace parfleche Patroclus poor powder Princess Pumpkin Giant rabbit rat-catcher rat-catcher's Rootabaga Country Scarface soon Stone Lion stood story Stout Heart sure Taken by permission tasted tell thing thought Tiki-pu Timbuktu told took tree Turilira twang voice White Horse Girl wife Wio-wani wolverine wondered wood woodsmen Worm young