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The fairy ring,

Author: Kate Douglas Smith Wiggin; Nora Archibald Smith; Ethna Sheehan
Publisher: Garden City, N.Y., Doubleday, 1967.
Edition/Format:   Book : Fiction : Juvenile audience : English : A new ed. of a classic collectionView all editions and formats
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46 folk tales collected from around the world.
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Material Type: Fiction, Juvenile audience
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Kate Douglas Smith Wiggin; Nora Archibald Smith; Ethna Sheehan
OCLC Number: 303195
Description: 414 pages illustrations (some color) 24 cm
Contents: Scandinavian: East o' the sun and west o' the moon --
The golden lantern, golden goat, and golden cloak --
Mother Roundabout's daughter --
The golden bird --
The doll in the grass --
The clever prince --
Dapplegrim --
The princess on the glass hill --
The wild swans --
Master Tobacco --
English: The history of Tom Thumb --
Tattercoats --
The buried moon --
Cap o' rushes --
Irish: Hookedy-crookedy --
The bee, the harp, the mouse, and the bum-clock --
The long leather bag --
German: The table, the ass, and the stick --
The little brother and sister --
Longnose the dwarf --
The three feathers --
The water of life --
The nose-tree --
Snow-white and Rose-red --
The goose girl --
Brier Rose --
Spindle, shuttle, and needle --
Russian: The iron wolf --
Chinese: The young head of the family --
French: Yvon and Finette --
The little good mouse --
Drakesbill and his friends --
The white cat --
Prince Cherry --
Spanish: The story of Coquerico --
The bird-cage maker --
Portugese: The lucky coin --
Arabic: The storks and the night owl --
Italian: The months --
Japanese: Schippeitaro --
American Indian: The ants that pushed on the sky --
East Indian: The Brahman, the tiger, and the six judges --
Tit for tat --
Muchie Lal --
The valiant chatteemaker.
Responsibility: edited by Kate Douglas Wiggin and Nora Archibald Smith.

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46 folk tales collected from around the world.

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