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Old World & New World fairy tales,

Author: Amabel Williams-Ellis; William Stobbs
Publisher: New York, F. Warne [1966]
Edition/Format:   Print book : Juvenile audience : EnglishView all editions and formats
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Twenty-nine fairy tales from folklore all around the world, with notes on their specific sources and the individual stories.
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Material Type: Juvenile audience
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Amabel Williams-Ellis; William Stobbs
OCLC Number: 1174178
Description: 359 pages illustrations (some color) 23 cm
Contents: The Lambton worm (England) --
Guleesh and the princess of France (Ireland) --
The story of Prince Ahmed (Morocco) --
Don Lopez of Spain (Spain) --
The knight of the almond blossom (Spain) --
The magic bird (Africa) --
The rain-god's daughter (Bantu) --
Little fish and big fish (Africa) --
Tutu bird (Africa) --
Bahmoo and the frog (Indians of Guiana) --
The three oranges (Brazil) --
Anansi an' de cherries (Jamaica) --
Tar-Baby (African-American) --
Painted skin (China) --
Learning magic (China) --
The golden prince of the conch shell (Thailand) --
How the rajah got rich (Lombok, Indonesia) --
The story of silly Cham-ba (Tibet) --
The country of the mice (Tibet) --
Four tales of Rama and Sita (India)--
Nastasya and the whirlwind (Russia) --
St. George and the dragon --
An emir and two thieves (Arab) --
The baby that was sold (Crete) --
The mouse hole (Czech) --
How Urseli became a princess (Austria) --
The giant's bride (Lapland) --
The sea knight (southern France) --
Wayland Smith (England).
Other Titles: Old World and New World fairy tales.
Responsibility: retold by Amabel Williams-Ellis. Illustrated by William Stobbs.

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Twenty-nine fairy tales from folklore all around the world, with notes on their specific sources and the individual stories.

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