Tom, the youngest and smallest of seven brothers, is also the cleverest and most courageous. When Tom and his brothers are captured by an evil ogre, Tom outwits the ogre by tricking him into killing his own daughters and giving over all of his treasure to Tom and his penniless parents.
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