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Legends of the United nations,

Author: Frances Frost
Publisher: New York, London, Whittlesey House, McGraw-Hill Book Co. [1943]
Edition/Format:   eBook : EnglishView all editions and formats
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A group of favorite stories from many nations.
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Genre/Form: Fairy tales
Legends
Material Type: Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource
All Authors / Contributors: Frances Frost
OCLC Number: 1216299
Description: xi, 323 pages illustrations 21 cm
Contents: Great Britain: Dick Whittington and his cat --
The black bull of Norroway --
Arthur in the cave --
The children of Lir --
Poland: Mr. Whirlwind, shoemaker --
Saint Stanislaw and the wolf --
The jester who fooled a king --
China: The gods know --
The blue rose --
Yu-Kong and the demon --
Norway: The squire's bride --
The golden bird --
Russia: The flying ship --
The harp that harped without a harper --
Greece: Demeter and Persephone --
The lion, the tiger, and the eagle --
Czechoslovakia: The devil's little brother-in-law --
India: The unforgiving monkey --
The magic lamp --
United States of America: Johnny Appleseed --
The creation of man (Indian) --
Paul Bunyan --
How Br'er wasp got his small waist --
Netherlands: The legend of the golden helmet --
Green grass on the wall --
Three hundred and sixty-five children --
The mermaid of the moving sands --
Mexico: Tepozton --
The cow that cried --
France: Ys and her bells --
Geneviéve! The Huns are coming! --
The faithful little squire --
Yugoslavia: The little singing frog --
The best wish --
The silver tracks --
Brazil: Rairu and the star maiden --
The protection of the devil --
The three horses --
Canada: The boy of the red twilight sky --
The tobacco fairy from the blue hills --
How Glooskap made the birds --
Australia: Wayambeh, the turtle --
Goolahwilleel, the topknot pigeon --
Dinewan, the emu, the wahn, the crows --
Belgium: The choristers of Saint Gudule --
Sugar-candy house --
A drum full of bees.
Responsibility: by Frances Frost.

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A group of favorite stories from many nations.

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