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Classics of children's literature

Author: John W Griffith; Charles H Frey
Publisher: New York : Macmillan, ©1987.
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Presents some of the "masterpieces" of children's literature, including Mother Goose verses, fairy tales, works by Lear, Ruskin, Carroll, Twain, Stevenson, Baum, Grahame, Kipling, Dickens, Wilder, and more.
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Classics of children's literature.
New York : Macmillan, ©1987
(OCoLC)761238202
Material Type: Juvenile audience
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: John W Griffith; Charles H Frey
ISBN: 0023473401 9780023473401
OCLC Number: 13328364
Notes: Includes index.
Description: xx, 1305 pages : illustrations ; 24 cm
Contents: CHARLES PERRAULT (1628-1703). The Sleeping Beauty in the Woods ; Little Red Riding Hood ; Blue Beard ; The Master Cat, or Puss in Boots ; Cinderella, or The Little Glass Slipper --
MME LE PRINCE DE BEAUMONT (1711-1780). Beauty and the Beast --
JOHN NEWBERRY (1713-1767). I won't be my father's Jack ; Three Wise Men of Gotham ; There was an old woman ; Ding dong bell ; Little Tom Tucker ; Se saw, Margery Daw ; Great A, little a ; High diddle diddle ; Ride a cock horse ; Cock a doodle doo ; Jack and Gill ; Hush-a-by baby ; Little Jack Horner ; Pease-porridge hot ; Jack Sprat ; Tell Tale Tit ; Patty cake, Patty cake ; When I was a little boy ; This pig went to market ; There was a man of Thessaly ; Bah, bah, black sheep ; There were two blackbirds ; Boys and girls come out to play ; Dickery, dickery, dock --
THE BROTHERS GRIMM (Jacob, 1785-1863 ; Wilhelm, 1786-1859). Snow-White ; The Frog Prince ; Hansel and Grethel ; Rumpelstiltskin ; Mother Hulda ; The Bremen Town Musicians ; Aschenputtel ; The Fisherman and His Wife ; The Brave Little Tailor ; The Wolf and the Seven Little Kids ; Rapunzel ; The Robber Bridegroom ; The Almond Tree ; The Sleeping Beauty --
HANS CHRISTIAN ANDERSEN (1805-1875). The Snow Queen. First Story Deals with a Mirror and Its Fragments ; Second Story About A Little Boy and A Little Girl ; Third Story The Garden of the Woman Learned in Magic ; Fourth Story The Prince and the Princess ; Fifth Story The Little Robber Girl ; Sixth Story The Lapp Woman and the Finn Woman ; Seventh Story What Happened in the Snow Queen's Palace and Afterwards ; The Little Mermaid ; The Princess and the Pea ; The Tinder Box ; The Little Match Girl ; The Swineherd ; The Emperor's New Clothes ; The Steadfast Tin Soldier ; The Ugly Duckling --
PETER ASBJÖRNSEN AND JÖRGEN MOE (1812-1885 ; 1813-1882). East o' the Sun and West o' the Moon ; The Three Billy-Goats Gruff --
EDWARD LEAR (1812-1888). There was an Old Man in a tree ; There was an Old Man in a boat ; There was an Old Person of Philoe ; There was an Old Man of the Dee ; There was an Old Man who said, "How" ; There was an Old Man who said, "Hush!" ; There was an Old Person of Bangor ; There was an Old Man with a beard ; The Owl and the Pussy-Cat ; The Dong with a Luminous Nose --
CHARLES DICKENS (1812-1870). A Christmas Carol ; Stave One Marley's Ghost ; Stave Two The First of the Three Spirits ; Stave Three The Second of the Three Spirits ; Stave Four The Last of the Three Spirits ; Stave Five The End of it --
JOHN RUSKIN (1819-1900). The King of the Golden River ; How the Agricultural System of the Black Brothers Was Interfered with by the Southwest Wing, Esquire ; Of the Proceedings of the Three Brothers After the Visit of Southwest Wind, Esquire; and How Little Gluck Had an Interview with the King of the Golden River ; How Mr. Hans Set Off on an Expedition to the Golden River, and How He Prospered Therein ; How Mr. Schwartz Set Off on an Expedition to the Golden River, and How He Prospered Therein ; How Little Gluck Set Off on an Expedition to the Golden River, and How He Prospered Therein; with Other Matters of Interest. CARLO COLLODI (1826-1890). The Adventures of Pinocchio ; How it came to pass that Master Cherry the carpenter found a piece of wood that laughed and cried like a child. ; Master Cherry makes a present of the piece of wood to his friend Geppetto, who takes it to make for himself a wonderful puppet, that shall know how to dance, and to fence, and to leap like an acrobat. ; Geppetto having returned home begins at once to make a puppet, to which he gives the name Pinocchio. The first tricks played by the puppet. ; The story of Pinocchio and the Talking Cricket, from which we see that naughty boys cannot endure to be corrected by those who know more than they do. ; Pinocchio is hungry and searches for an egg to make himself an omelet; but just at the most interesting moment the omelet flies out of the window. ; Pinocchio falls asleep with his feet on the brazier, and wakes in the morning to find them burnt off. ; Geppetto returns home and gives Pinocchio the breakfast that the poor man had bought for himself ; Geppetto makes Pinocchio new feet, and sells his own coat to buy him a spelling book. ; Pinocchio sells his spelling book that he may go and see a puppet show. ; The puppets recognize their brother Pinocchio, and receive him with delight; but at that moment their master Fire-eater makes his appearance and Pinocchio is in danger of coming to a bad end. ; Fire-eater sneezes and pardons Pinocchio, who then saves the life of his friend Harlequin. ; The showman, Fire-eater, makes Pinocchio a present of five gold pieces to take home to his father, Geppetto, but Pinocchio instead allows himself to be taken in by the Fox and the Cat, and goes with them ; The inn of the Red Crawfish. ; Pinocchio, because he would not heed the good counsel of the Talking Cricket, falls among assassins. ; The assassins pursue Pinocchio; and having overtaken him hang him to a branch of the big oak. ; The beautiful Child with blue hair has the puppet taken down, has him put to bed and calls in three doctors to know if he is alive or dead. ; Pinocchio eats the sugar, but will not take his medicine; when, however, he sees the gravediggers, who have arrived to carry him away, he takes it. He then tells a lie, and as a punishment his nose grows longer. ; Pinocchio meets again the Fox and the Cat, and goes with them to bury his money in the Field of Miracles. ; Pinocchio is robbed of his money, and as a punishment he is sent to prison for four months. ; Liberated from prison, he starts to return to the Fairy's house, but on the road he meets with a horrible Serpent, and afterwards he is caught in a trap. ; Pinocchio is taken by a peasant, who obliges him to fill the place of his watchdog in the poultry yard. ; Pinocchio discovers the robbers, and as a reward for his fidelity is set at liberty. ; Pinocchio mourns the death of the beautiful Child with blue hair. He then meets with a Pigeon who flies him to the seashore, and there he throws himself into the water to go to the assistance of his father, Geppetto. ; Pinocchio arrives at the Island of the Industrious Bees and finds the Fairy again. ; Pinocchio promises the Fairy to be good and studious, for he is quite sick of being a puppet and wishes to become an exemplary boy. ; Pinocchio accompanies his schoolfellows to the seashore to see the terrible Dogfish. ; Great fight between Pinocchio and his companions. One of them is wounded, and Pinocchio is arrested by the gendarmes. ; Pinocchio is in danger of being fried in a frying pan like a fish. ; He returns to the Fairy's house. She promises him that the following day he shall cease to be a puppet and shall become a boy. Grand breakfast of coffee and milk to celebrate this great event. ; Pinocchio, instead of becoming a boy, starts secretly with his friend Candlewick for the Land of Boobies. ; After five months' residence in the land of Cocagne, Pinocchio, to his great astonishment, grows a beautiful pair of donkey's ear, and he becomes a little donkey, tail and all. ; Pinocchio gets donkey's ears; and then he becomes a real little donkey and begins to bray. ; Pinocchio, having become a genuine little donkey, is taken to be sold, and is bought by the director of a company of buffoons to be taught to dance, and to jump through hoops, but one evening he lames himself, and then he is bought by a man who wishes to make a drum of his skin. ; Pinocchio, having been thrown into the sea, is eaten by the fish and becomes a puppet as he was before. While he is swimming away to save his life he is swallowed by the terrible Dogfish. ; Pinocchio finds in the body of the Dogfish ... whom does he find? Read this chapter and you will know. ; Pinocchio at last ceases to be a puppet and becomes a boy. LOUISA MAY ALCOTT (1832-1888). Little Women ; Playing Pilgrim ; A Merry Christmas ; The Laurence Boy ; Burdens ; Being Neighborly ; Beth Finds the Palace Beautiful ; Amy's Valley of Humiliation ; Jo Meets Apollyon ; Meg Goes to Vanity Fair ; The P.C. and P.O. ; Experiments ; Camp Laurence ; Castles in the Air ; Secrets ; A Telegram ; Letters ; Little Faithful ; Dark Days ; Amy's Will ; Confidential ; Laurie Makes Mischief, and Jo Makes Peace ; Pleasant Meadows ; Aunt March Settles the Question --
LEWIS CARROLL (1832-1898). Alice's Adventures in Wonderland ; Down the Rabbit-hole ; The Pool of Tears ; A Caucus-Race and a Long Tale ; The Rabbit Sends in a Little Bill ; Advice from a Caterpillar ; Pig and Pepper ; A Mad Tea-Party ; The Queen's Croquet-Ground ; The Mock Turtle's Story ; The Lobster-Quadrille ; Who Stole the Tarts? ; Alice's Evidence --
MARK TWAIN (1835-1910). The Adventures of Tom Sawyer. Y-o-u-u Tom--Aunt Polly Decides upon Her Duty--Tom Practices Music--The Challenge--A Private Entrance ; Strange Tempations--Strategic Movements--The Innocents Beguiled ; Tom as General--Triumph and Reward--Dismal Felicity--Commission and Omission ; Mental Acrobatics--Attending Sunday School--The Superintendent--"Showing Off"--Tom Lionized ; A Useful Minister--In Church--The Climax ; Self-examination--Dentistry--The Midnight Charm--Witches and Devils--Cautious Approaches--Happy Hour ; A Treaty Entered Into--Early Lessons--A Mistake Made ; Tom Decides on his Course--Old Scenes Reenacted ; A Solemn Situation--Grave Subjects Introduced--Injun Joe Explains ; The Solemn Oath--Terror Brings Repentance--Mental Punishment ; Muff Potter Comes Himself--Tom's Conscience at Work ; Tom Shows His Generosity--Aunt Polly Weakens ; The Young Pirates--Going to the Rendezvous--The Campfire Talk ; Camp Life--A Sensation--Tom Steals Away from Camp ; Tom Reconnoiters--Learns the Situtation--Reports at Camp ; A Day's Amusements--Tom Reveals a Secret--The Pirates Take a Lesson--A Night Surprise--An Indian War ; Memories of the Lost Heroes--The Point in Tom's Secret ; Tom's Feelings Investigated--Wonderful Dream--Becky Thatcher Overshadowed--Tom Becomes Jealous--Black Revenge ; Tom Tells the Truth ; Becky in a Dilemma--Tom's Nobility Asserts Itself ; Youthful Eloquence--Compositions by the Young Ladies--A Lengthy Vision--The Boys' Vengeance Satisfied ; Tom's Confidence Betrayed--Expects Signal Punishment ; Old Muff's Friends--Muff Potter in Court--Muff Potter Saved ; Tom as the Village Hero--Days of Splendor and Nights of Horror--Pursuit of Injun Joe ; About Kings and Diamonds--Search for the Treasure--Dead People and Ghosts ; The Haunted House--Sleepy Ghosts--A Box of Gold--Bitter Luck ; Doubts to be Settled--The Young Detectives An Attempt at Number Two--Huck Mounts Guard ; The Picnic--Huck on Injun Joe's Track--The "Revenge" Job--Aid for the Widow ; The Welshman Reports--Huck Under Fire--The Story Circulated--A New Sensation--Hope Giving Way to Despair ; An Exploring Expedition--Trouble Commences--Lost in the Cave--Total Darkness--Found but Not Saved ; Tom Tells the Story of Their Escape--Tom's Enemy in Safe Quarters ; The Fate of Injun Joe--Huck and Tom Compare Notes--An Expedition to the Cave--Protection Against Ghosts--"An Awful Snug Place"--A Reception at the Widow Douglas ; Springing a Secret--Mr. Jones' Surprise a Failure--A New Order of Things--Poor Huck--New Adventures Planned. ROBERT LOUIS STEVENSON (1850-1894). Treasure Island ; The Old Sea-dog at the Admiral Benbow ; Black Dog Appears and Disappears ; The Black Spot ; The Sea-Chest ; The Last of the Blind Man ; The Captain's Papers ; I Go to Bristol ; At the Sign of the Spy-glass ; Powder and Arms ; The Voyage ; What I heard in the Apple Barrel ; Council of War ; How my Shore Adventure Began ; The First Blow ; The Man of the Island ; Narrative Continued by the Doctor: How the Ship was Abandoned ; Narrative Continued by the Doctor: The Jolly-boat's Last Trip ; Narrative Continued by the Doctor: End of the First Day's Fighting ; Narrative Resumed by Jim Hawkins: The Garrison in the Stockade ; Silver's Embassy ; The Attack ; How My Sea Adventure Began ; The Ebb-tide Runs ; The Cruise of the Coracle ; I Strike the Jolly Roger ; Israel Hands ; "Pieces of Eight" ; In the Enemy's Camp ; The Black Spot Again ; On Parole ; The Treasure-hunt--Flint's Pointer ; The Treasure-hunt--The Voice Among the Trees ; The Fall of a Chieftan ; And Last ; Whole Duty of Children ; Rain ; Windy Nights ; Travel ; The Land of Counterpane ; The Land of Nod ; My Shadow ; Marching Song ; The Cow ; Happy Thought ; The Wind ; The Swing ; North-West Passage ; Summer Sun ; Autumn Fires ; To any reader --
JOSEPH JACOBS (1853-1916). Tom Tit Tot ; Jack and The Beanstalk ; The Story of the Three Little Pigs ; The Story of the Three Bears ; Henny-Penny ; Molly Whuppie ; Lazy Jack ; Johnny-Cake ; Master of All Masters --
L. FRANK BAUM (1856-1919). The Wonderful Wizard of Oz ; The Cyclone ; The Council with the Munchkins ; How Dorothy Saved the Scarecrow ; The Road Through the Forest ; The Rescue of the Tin Woodman ; The Cowardly Lion ; The Journey to the Great Oz ; The Deadly Poppy Field ; The Queen of the Field Mice ; The Guardian of the Gates ; The Wonderful Emerald City of Oz ; The Search for the Wicked Witch ; The Rescue ; The Winged Monkeys ; The Discovery of Oz, the Terrible ; The Margic Art of the Great Humbug ; How the Balloon was Launched ; A Way to the South ; Attacked by the Fighting Trees ; The Dainty China Country ; The Lion Becomes King of the Beasts ; The Country of the Quadlings ; Glinda Grants Dorothy's Wish ; Home Again --
KENNETH GRAHAME (1859-1932). The Wind in the Willows ; The River Bank ; The Open Road ; The Wild Wood ; Mr. Badger ; Dulce Domum ; Mr. Toad ; The Piper at the Fates of Dawn ; Toad's Adventures ; Wayfarers All ; The Furthur Adventures of Toad ; "Like Summer Tempests Came His Tears" ; The Return of Ulysses --
RUDYARD KIPLING (1865-1936). Mowgli's Brothers ; Kaa's Hunting ; How Fear Came ; "Tiger-Tiger!" ; Red Dog ; The Spring Running --
BEATRIX POTTER (1865-1943). The Tale of Peter Rabbit ; The Tale of Squirrel Nutkin. LAURA INGALLS WILDER (1867-1957). Little House on the Praire ; Going West, Crossing the Creek ; Camp on the High Praire ; Prairie Day ; The House on the Prairie ; Moving in ; The Wolf-Pack ; Two Stout Doors ; A Fire on the Hearth ; A Roof and a Floor ; Indians in the House ; Fresh Water to Drink ; Texas Longhorns ; Indian Camp ; Fever 'n' Ague ; Fire in the Chimney ; Pa Goes to Town ; The Tall Indian ; Mr. Edwards Meets Santa Claus ; A Scream in the Night ; Indian Jamboree ; Prairie Fire ; Indian War-Cry ; Indians Ride Away ; Soldiers ; Going Out --
C.S. LEWIS (1898-1963). The Lion, the Witch, and the Wardrobe ; Lucy Looks into the Wardrobe ; What Lucy Found There ; Edmund and the Wardrobe ; Turkish Delight ; Back on This Side of the Door ; Into the Forest ; A Day with the Beavers ; What Happened After Dinner ; In the Witch's House ; The Spell Begins to Break ; Aslan is Nearer ; Peter's First Battle ; Deep Magic from the Dawn of Time ; The Triumph of the Witch ; Deeper Magic from Before the Dawn of Time ; What Happened About the Statues ; The Hunting of the White Stag. Charles Perrault --
Mme Le Prince de Beaumont --
John Newbery --
The brothers Grimm --
Hans Christian Andersen --
Peter Asbjörnsen and Jörgen Moe --
Edward Lear --
A Christmas carol / Charles Dickens --
The king of the golden river / John Ruskin --
The adventures of Pinocchio / Carlos Collodi --
Little Women / Louisa May Alcott --
Alice's adventures in Wonderland / Lewis Carroll --
The adventures of Tom Sawyer / Mark Twain --
Treasure Island / Robert Louis Stevenson --
Joseph Jacobs --
The wonderful wizard of Oz / L. Frank Baum --
The wind in the Willows / Kenneth Grahame --
Rudyard Kipling --
The tale of Peter Rabbit / Beatrix Potter --
The tale of Squirrel Nutkin / Beatrix Potter --
Little house on the prairie / Laura Ingalls Wilder --
The lion, the witch and the wardrobe / C.S. Lewis.
Responsibility: edited by John W. Griffith, Charles H. Frey.

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Presents some of the "masterpieces" of children's literature, including Mother Goose verses, fairy tales, works by Lear, Ruskin, Carroll, Twain, Stevenson, Baum, Grahame, Kipling, Dickens, Wilder, and more.

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   schema:description "Presents some of the "masterpieces" of children's literature, including Mother Goose verses, fairy tales, works by Lear, Ruskin, Carroll, Twain, Stevenson, Baum, Grahame, Kipling, Dickens, Wilder, and more."@en ;
   schema:description "ROBERT LOUIS STEVENSON (1850-1894). Treasure Island ; The Old Sea-dog at the Admiral Benbow ; Black Dog Appears and Disappears ; The Black Spot ; The Sea-Chest ; The Last of the Blind Man ; The Captain's Papers ; I Go to Bristol ; At the Sign of the Spy-glass ; Powder and Arms ; The Voyage ; What I heard in the Apple Barrel ; Council of War ; How my Shore Adventure Began ; The First Blow ; The Man of the Island ; Narrative Continued by the Doctor: How the Ship was Abandoned ; Narrative Continued by the Doctor: The Jolly-boat's Last Trip ; Narrative Continued by the Doctor: End of the First Day's Fighting ; Narrative Resumed by Jim Hawkins: The Garrison in the Stockade ; Silver's Embassy ; The Attack ; How My Sea Adventure Began ; The Ebb-tide Runs ; The Cruise of the Coracle ; I Strike the Jolly Roger ; Israel Hands ; "Pieces of Eight" ; In the Enemy's Camp ; The Black Spot Again ; On Parole ; The Treasure-hunt--Flint's Pointer ; The Treasure-hunt--The Voice Among the Trees ; The Fall of a Chieftan ; And Last ; Whole Duty of Children ; Rain ; Windy Nights ; Travel ; The Land of Counterpane ; The Land of Nod ; My Shadow ; Marching Song ; The Cow ; Happy Thought ; The Wind ; The Swing ; North-West Passage ; Summer Sun ; Autumn Fires ; To any reader -- JOSEPH JACOBS (1853-1916). Tom Tit Tot ; Jack and The Beanstalk ; The Story of the Three Little Pigs ; The Story of the Three Bears ; Henny-Penny ; Molly Whuppie ; Lazy Jack ; Johnny-Cake ; Master of All Masters -- L. FRANK BAUM (1856-1919). The Wonderful Wizard of Oz ; The Cyclone ; The Council with the Munchkins ; How Dorothy Saved the Scarecrow ; The Road Through the Forest ; The Rescue of the Tin Woodman ; The Cowardly Lion ; The Journey to the Great Oz ; The Deadly Poppy Field ; The Queen of the Field Mice ; The Guardian of the Gates ; The Wonderful Emerald City of Oz ; The Search for the Wicked Witch ; The Rescue ; The Winged Monkeys ; The Discovery of Oz, the Terrible ; The Margic Art of the Great Humbug ; How the Balloon was Launched ; A Way to the South ; Attacked by the Fighting Trees ; The Dainty China Country ; The Lion Becomes King of the Beasts ; The Country of the Quadlings ; Glinda Grants Dorothy's Wish ; Home Again -- KENNETH GRAHAME (1859-1932). The Wind in the Willows ; The River Bank ; The Open Road ; The Wild Wood ; Mr. Badger ; Dulce Domum ; Mr. Toad ; The Piper at the Fates of Dawn ; Toad's Adventures ; Wayfarers All ; The Furthur Adventures of Toad ; "Like Summer Tempests Came His Tears" ; The Return of Ulysses -- RUDYARD KIPLING (1865-1936). Mowgli's Brothers ; Kaa's Hunting ; How Fear Came ; "Tiger-Tiger!" ; Red Dog ; The Spring Running -- BEATRIX POTTER (1865-1943). The Tale of Peter Rabbit ; The Tale of Squirrel Nutkin."@en ;
   schema:description "CARLO COLLODI (1826-1890). The Adventures of Pinocchio ; How it came to pass that Master Cherry the carpenter found a piece of wood that laughed and cried like a child. ; Master Cherry makes a present of the piece of wood to his friend Geppetto, who takes it to make for himself a wonderful puppet, that shall know how to dance, and to fence, and to leap like an acrobat. ; Geppetto having returned home begins at once to make a puppet, to which he gives the name Pinocchio. The first tricks played by the puppet. ; The story of Pinocchio and the Talking Cricket, from which we see that naughty boys cannot endure to be corrected by those who know more than they do. ; Pinocchio is hungry and searches for an egg to make himself an omelet; but just at the most interesting moment the omelet flies out of the window. ; Pinocchio falls asleep with his feet on the brazier, and wakes in the morning to find them burnt off. ; Geppetto returns home and gives Pinocchio the breakfast that the poor man had bought for himself ; Geppetto makes Pinocchio new feet, and sells his own coat to buy him a spelling book. ; Pinocchio sells his spelling book that he may go and see a puppet show. ; The puppets recognize their brother Pinocchio, and receive him with delight; but at that moment their master Fire-eater makes his appearance and Pinocchio is in danger of coming to a bad end. ; Fire-eater sneezes and pardons Pinocchio, who then saves the life of his friend Harlequin. ; The showman, Fire-eater, makes Pinocchio a present of five gold pieces to take home to his father, Geppetto, but Pinocchio instead allows himself to be taken in by the Fox and the Cat, and goes with them ; The inn of the Red Crawfish. ; Pinocchio, because he would not heed the good counsel of the Talking Cricket, falls among assassins. ; The assassins pursue Pinocchio; and having overtaken him hang him to a branch of the big oak. ; The beautiful Child with blue hair has the puppet taken down, has him put to bed and calls in three doctors to know if he is alive or dead. ; Pinocchio eats the sugar, but will not take his medicine; when, however, he sees the gravediggers, who have arrived to carry him away, he takes it. He then tells a lie, and as a punishment his nose grows longer. ; Pinocchio meets again the Fox and the Cat, and goes with them to bury his money in the Field of Miracles. ; Pinocchio is robbed of his money, and as a punishment he is sent to prison for four months. ; Liberated from prison, he starts to return to the Fairy's house, but on the road he meets with a horrible Serpent, and afterwards he is caught in a trap. ; Pinocchio is taken by a peasant, who obliges him to fill the place of his watchdog in the poultry yard. ; Pinocchio discovers the robbers, and as a reward for his fidelity is set at liberty. ; Pinocchio mourns the death of the beautiful Child with blue hair. He then meets with a Pigeon who flies him to the seashore, and there he throws himself into the water to go to the assistance of his father, Geppetto. ; Pinocchio arrives at the Island of the Industrious Bees and finds the Fairy again. ; Pinocchio promises the Fairy to be good and studious, for he is quite sick of being a puppet and wishes to become an exemplary boy. ; Pinocchio accompanies his schoolfellows to the seashore to see the terrible Dogfish. ; Great fight between Pinocchio and his companions. One of them is wounded, and Pinocchio is arrested by the gendarmes. ; Pinocchio is in danger of being fried in a frying pan like a fish. ; He returns to the Fairy's house. She promises him that the following day he shall cease to be a puppet and shall become a boy. Grand breakfast of coffee and milk to celebrate this great event. ; Pinocchio, instead of becoming a boy, starts secretly with his friend Candlewick for the Land of Boobies. ; After five months' residence in the land of Cocagne, Pinocchio, to his great astonishment, grows a beautiful pair of donkey's ear, and he becomes a little donkey, tail and all. ; Pinocchio gets donkey's ears; and then he becomes a real little donkey and begins to bray. ; Pinocchio, having become a genuine little donkey, is taken to be sold, and is bought by the director of a company of buffoons to be taught to dance, and to jump through hoops, but one evening he lames himself, and then he is bought by a man who wishes to make a drum of his skin. ; Pinocchio, having been thrown into the sea, is eaten by the fish and becomes a puppet as he was before. While he is swimming away to save his life he is swallowed by the terrible Dogfish. ; Pinocchio finds in the body of the Dogfish ... whom does he find? Read this chapter and you will know. ; Pinocchio at last ceases to be a puppet and becomes a boy."@en ;
   schema:description "CHARLES PERRAULT (1628-1703). The Sleeping Beauty in the Woods ; Little Red Riding Hood ; Blue Beard ; The Master Cat, or Puss in Boots ; Cinderella, or The Little Glass Slipper -- MME LE PRINCE DE BEAUMONT (1711-1780). Beauty and the Beast -- JOHN NEWBERRY (1713-1767). I won't be my father's Jack ; Three Wise Men of Gotham ; There was an old woman ; Ding dong bell ; Little Tom Tucker ; Se saw, Margery Daw ; Great A, little a ; High diddle diddle ; Ride a cock horse ; Cock a doodle doo ; Jack and Gill ; Hush-a-by baby ; Little Jack Horner ; Pease-porridge hot ; Jack Sprat ; Tell Tale Tit ; Patty cake, Patty cake ; When I was a little boy ; This pig went to market ; There was a man of Thessaly ; Bah, bah, black sheep ; There were two blackbirds ; Boys and girls come out to play ; Dickery, dickery, dock -- THE BROTHERS GRIMM (Jacob, 1785-1863 ; Wilhelm, 1786-1859). Snow-White ; The Frog Prince ; Hansel and Grethel ; Rumpelstiltskin ; Mother Hulda ; The Bremen Town Musicians ; Aschenputtel ; The Fisherman and His Wife ; The Brave Little Tailor ; The Wolf and the Seven Little Kids ; Rapunzel ; The Robber Bridegroom ; The Almond Tree ; The Sleeping Beauty -- HANS CHRISTIAN ANDERSEN (1805-1875). The Snow Queen. First Story Deals with a Mirror and Its Fragments ; Second Story About A Little Boy and A Little Girl ; Third Story The Garden of the Woman Learned in Magic ; Fourth Story The Prince and the Princess ; Fifth Story The Little Robber Girl ; Sixth Story The Lapp Woman and the Finn Woman ; Seventh Story What Happened in the Snow Queen's Palace and Afterwards ; The Little Mermaid ; The Princess and the Pea ; The Tinder Box ; The Little Match Girl ; The Swineherd ; The Emperor's New Clothes ; The Steadfast Tin Soldier ; The Ugly Duckling -- PETER ASBJÖRNSEN AND JÖRGEN MOE (1812-1885 ; 1813-1882). East o' the Sun and West o' the Moon ; The Three Billy-Goats Gruff -- EDWARD LEAR (1812-1888). There was an Old Man in a tree ; There was an Old Man in a boat ; There was an Old Person of Philoe ; There was an Old Man of the Dee ; There was an Old Man who said, "How" ; There was an Old Man who said, "Hush!" ; There was an Old Person of Bangor ; There was an Old Man with a beard ; The Owl and the Pussy-Cat ; The Dong with a Luminous Nose -- CHARLES DICKENS (1812-1870). A Christmas Carol ; Stave One Marley's Ghost ; Stave Two The First of the Three Spirits ; Stave Three The Second of the Three Spirits ; Stave Four The Last of the Three Spirits ; Stave Five The End of it -- JOHN RUSKIN (1819-1900). The King of the Golden River ; How the Agricultural System of the Black Brothers Was Interfered with by the Southwest Wing, Esquire ; Of the Proceedings of the Three Brothers After the Visit of Southwest Wind, Esquire; and How Little Gluck Had an Interview with the King of the Golden River ; How Mr. Hans Set Off on an Expedition to the Golden River, and How He Prospered Therein ; How Mr. Schwartz Set Off on an Expedition to the Golden River, and How He Prospered Therein ; How Little Gluck Set Off on an Expedition to the Golden River, and How He Prospered Therein; with Other Matters of Interest."@en ;
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