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The Bremen Town musicians

Author: Dinah Maria Mulock CraikErica VlahinosCandace LeczelJacob GrimmWilhelm GrimmAll authors
Publisher: [Colo.] : Erica Vlahinos, 2009.
Edition/Format:   Book : CD audio : Audio book, etc. : Fiction : Juvenile audience   Sound Recording : English
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In this story, a donkey, a hound, a cat and a rooster, all who have become too old to be useful, leave home before their owners kill them. They decide to become musicians in the town of Bremen and when they arrive, their music scares away would-be robbers, leaving the town of Bremen thankful and affording the old animals a new home.
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Genre/Form: Folklore
Juvenile fiction
Material Type: Fiction, Juvenile audience, Audio book, etc.
Document Type: Book, Sound Recording
All Authors / Contributors: Dinah Maria Mulock Craik; Erica Vlahinos; Candace Leczel; Jacob Grimm; Wilhelm Grimm; Girl Scouts of the United States of America.; Project Gutenberg.
OCLC Number: 495479503
Notes: Cover title.
"Provided by Defying dyslexia, discovering reading, a Girl Scout Gold Award project, 2009"--Cover.
Book and accompanying audio provided by Erica Vlahinos, as part of her Girl Scout Gold Award project. Title is part of a series she created entitled Defying dyslexia, discovering reading, intended to help children overcome their struggles with dyslexia. Students can read the text while simultaneously listening to the audiobook. Story text made available through Project Gutenberg.
Originally from The fairy book : the best popular stories selected and rendered anew. New York : Harper & Brothers.
Cast: Reader: Candace Leczel.
Description: 1 v. (unpaged, spiral-bound) : ill. ; 23 cm. + 1 sound disc (digital ; 4 3/4 in.)
Other Titles: Fairy book : the best popular stories selected and rendered anew.
Responsibility: [adapted by Dinah Maria] Miss Mulock.

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In this story, a donkey, a hound, a cat and a rooster, all who have become too old to be useful, leave home before their owners kill them. They decide to become musicians in the town of Bremen and when they arrive, their music scares away would-be robbers, leaving the town of Bremen thankful and affording the old animals a new home.

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