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The fairy ring

Author: Kate Douglas Smith Wiggin; Nora Archibald Smith; E MacKinstry
Publisher: Garden City, N.Y. : Doubleday & Co., ©1910.
Edition/Format:   Book : Fiction : Juvenile audience : EnglishView all editions and formats
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A collection of Scandanavian, English, French, Spanish, Gaelic, German, Russian, and East Indian fairy tales.
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Additional Physical Format: Online version:
Fairy ring.
Garden City, N.Y. : Doubleday & Co., ©1910
(OCoLC)826454254
Material Type: Fiction, Juvenile audience, Internet resource
Document Type: Book, Internet Resource
All Authors / Contributors: Kate Douglas Smith Wiggin; Nora Archibald Smith; E MacKinstry
OCLC Number: 1509315
Description: xviii, 444 pages : illustrations ; 22 cm
Contents: East o' the sun and west o' the moon --
The golden lantern, golden goat, and golden cloak --
Mother Roundabout's daughter --
The bear and the skrattel --
The golden bird --
The doll in the grass --
The princess on the glass hill --
The ram and the pig who went into the woods to live by themselves --
The troll's hammer --
The clever prince --
"Lars, my lad!" --
Twigmuntus, Cowbellianthus, Perchnosius --
Master Tobacco --
The history of Tom Thumb --
Tattercoats --
History of Jack the giant-killer --
Yvon and Finette --
The fair one with the golden locks --
The little good mouse --
The story of Blanche and Vermilion --
Prince Desire and Princess Mignonetta --
The yellow dwarf --
Graciosa and Percinet --
Drak, the fairy --
Drakesbill and his friends --
Riquet with the tuft --
The white cat --
Prince Cherry --
The twelve months --
The story of Coquerico --
The bird-cage maker --
The bee, the harp, the mouse, and the bum-clock --
The long leather bag --
The widow's daughter --
Munachar and Manachar --
The wild swans --
The road to fortune --
The golden crab --
The table, the ass, and the stick --
The little brother and sister --
The old griffin --
The three feathers --
The house in the wood --
Rapunzel --
The queen bee --
The many-furred creature --
Snow-white and Rose-red --
The frog prince --
The goose girl --
Briar Rose --
The iron stove --
Rumpel-stilts-ken --
Faithful John, the king's servant --
Spindle, shuttle, and needle --
The magic egg --
The sparrow and the bush --
The iron wolf --
The grateful cobra --
The magic ring --
Tit for tat --
The Brahman, the tiger, and the six judges --
Muchie Lal --
The valiant chatteemaker.
Responsibility: edited by Kate Douglas Wiggin and Nora Archibald Smith ; illustrated by Elizabeth MacKinstry.

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A collection of Scandanavian, English, French, Spanish, Gaelic, German, Russian, and East Indian fairy tales.

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