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A children's treasury of folk and fairy tales.

Author: Eric Protter; et al
Publisher: Great Neck, N.Y., Channel Press [1961]
Edition/Format:   Print book : Juvenile audience : EnglishView all editions and formats
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Material Type: Juvenile audience
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Eric Protter; et al
OCLC Number: 1403518
Description: xii, 211 pages illustrations 28 cm
Contents: Peter Ox (Denmark) --
The pastor and the sexton (Norway) --
Lars, my servant (Sweden) --
More south than south, more north than north (Norway) --
The king's rabbits (Norway) --
The magic storm (Norway) --
The Soria-Moria-Castle (Norway) --
The clever little tailor (Switzerland) --
The archer, William Tell (Switzerland) --
The fairy (France) --
Toto gets married (France) --
The raven and the fox (based on the French adaptation of Aesop's fables by La Fontaine) --
The thief and the donkey (based on the French adaptation of Aesop's fables by La Fontaine) --
Catherine's tea party (France) --
The strangest thing in the world (Spain) --
The bell of Monte Pino (Italy) --
Catherine and her fate (Sicily) --
The truthful peasant (Sicily). The czar's general and the clever peasant (Lithuania) --
The czar's frog daughter (Russia) --
The tale of the pig (Caucasia) --
The peasant and the waterman (Russia) --
Ivan and his knapsack (Rumania) --
Kristina and the devil (Bohemia) --
How one should carve a goose (Russia) --
Radowid (Slovakia) --
How the carrot-counter got his name (Bohemia, Silesia) --
The greedy tailor (Bohemia) --
The magic walking stick (Bohemia) --
Plish and Plum (Germany) --
The story of flying Robert (Germany) --
Johnny Head-in-Air (Germany) --
Max and Moritz (Germany) --
Max and Moritz and the tailor (Germany) --
The fox and the clever wren (Germany) --
A gift for a gift (Saxony) --
The iron box (Swabia) --
The golden chain (Germany) --
It's already paid (Austria) --
The wishing ring (Germany) --
The chief astrologer (Turkey) --
The clever thief (Greece).
Responsibility: Edited and adapted by Eric Protter. Introd. by Martha Foley. Contemporary illus. by Ludwig Richter [and others] Modern illus. by Hildegard Hostnig [et al.].

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