A Child's Book of Stories

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Random House Value Publishing, Sep 1, 1998 - Juvenile Fiction - 480 pages
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Aladdin and the wonderful lamp -- Ali Baba; or, the forty thieves -- Babes in the wood -- Beauty and the Beast -- Blue Beard -- Boy who cried "Wolf!"--Brave little tailor -- Brave tin soldier -- Cat and the mouse -- Cinderella; or, The little glass slipper -- Crow and the pitcher -- Diamonds and toads -- Dick Whittington and his cat -- Dog and his image -- Elves and the shoemaker -- Enchanted hind -- Field mouse and the Town mouse -- Fir tree -- Fool-hardy frogs and the stork -- Fox and the grapes -- Fox and the Little Red Hen -- Fox as herdsman -- Fox and the rabbit -- Gingerbread man -- Golden goose -- Goldilocks; or, the three bears -- Goose-girl -- Hansel and Grettel -- Hans in luck -- Henny-Penny -- Hercules and the wagoner -- History of the five little pigs -- History of little golden hood -- How Jack went to seek his fortune -- I don't care -- Jack and the bean-stalk -- Jack the giant killer -- Lambikin -- Lazy Jack -- Lion and the mouse -- Lion in his den -- Little red hen and the grain of wheat -- Little thumb -- Little Totty -- Magic Swan -- Magpie's nest -- Mr. Miacca -- Nose -- Old woman and her pig -- One, two, three -- Pancake -- Princess on the glass hill -- Puss in boots: or, the Master Cat -- Ragamuffins -- Red Riding Hood -- Rumpelstiltzkin; or, the miller's daughter -- Selfish sparrow and the houseless crows -- Six comrades -- Sleeping Beauty in the wood -- Snowdrop -- Snow-White and Rose-Red -- So-so -- Story of Pretty Goldilocks -- Story of Mr. Vinegar -- Story of the house that Jack built -- Story of the three little pigs -- Straw, the coal, and the bean -- Sun and the wind -- Teeny-tiny -- Three Billy Goats Gruff -- Three spinners -- Tired of being a little girl -- Tit for tat -- Tittymouse and Tattymouse -- Tom Thumb -- Tom Tit Tat -- Tortoise and the hare -- Ugly duckling -- Unseen giant -- Water Lily; or, the Gold-Spinners -- White cat -- Why? -- Why the bear is stumpy-tailed -- Why the sea is salt -- Wolf and the seven young goslings -- Yellow dwarf.

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User Review  - daphnemomof9 - LibraryThing

This book is filled with wonderful, familiar stories and others that weren't as familiar, but now are. This is the case of one more story pleeeaaaaaase. Read full review

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User Review  - silverwing2332 - LibraryThing

I was given this book by my Grandmother, so its very special to me. The stories are closer to the real stories, they aren't like the Disney versions of the stories. Read full review


Aladdin and the Wonderful Lamp Arabian Nights 348
HansinLuckGrimm _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ 277
Blue Beard Charles Perrault 262

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Aubrey C. Watson is a freelance photographer, lecturer and writer. He was staff photographer and cinematographer for the Tennessee Wildlife Resources Agency for thirteen years and a commercial photographer for ten years. He is an avid outdoorsman, environmental photographer and a lifelong resident of Nashville. He has received honors for his photography from The American Association for Conservation
Information and The Nashville Advertising Federation. His other books include "The Outdoor Photographer's Bible "(1997) and "Nashville Then and Now "(2005).

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