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Author: Kate Douglas Smith Wiggin; Nora Archibald Smith; E MacKinstry
Publisher: Garden City, N.Y., Doubleday, Page & Co., 1926.
Edition/Format:   Print book : Fiction : Juvenile audience : EnglishView all editions and formats
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Genre/Form: Fairy tales
Juvenile literature
Dummies (Publishing)
Material Type: Fiction, Juvenile audience
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Kate Douglas Smith Wiggin; Nora Archibald Smith; E MacKinstry
OCLC Number: 4206039
Description: xi pages, 2 leaves, 331 pages color frontispiece, illustrations, plates (some color) 23 cm
Contents: The Rats and their son-in-law --
The Mouse and the sausage --
The Three wishes --
The Fox and the goose --
If heaven will it --
The Booby --
The Months --
The Stone in the cock's head --
The Fox and the cat --
The Straw ox --
The Cat, the cock, and the fox --
The Fox and the dove --
The Fox and the hedgehog --
The Disappointed bear --
Young Neverfull --
Hudden and Dudden and Donald O'Neary --
The Tail --
Jack and the king who was a gentleman --
Hans in luck --
The Family servants --
The Flail which came from the clouds --
The Sole's mouth --
The Three brothers --
The Wren and the bear --
The Musicians of Bremen --
The Fox and the cat --
The Golden key --
Doctor Know-all --
The Fair Catherine and Pif-Paf Poltrie --
The Wolf and the fox --
Discreet Hans --
King Thrush-beard --
The Three luck children --
The Three sluggards --
The Fisherman and his wife --
The Nose-tree --
The Adventures of Chanticleer and Partlet --
The Golden goose --
The Young giant --
The Sweet soup --
Seven at one blow --
The Cat and the mouse in partnership --
Old Sultan --
The Nail --
The Fox and the horse --
The Giant and the tailor --
The Spider and the flea --
The Little shepherd boy --
The Seven Swabians --
The Shreds --
The Wolf and the seven kids --
The Elves and the shoemaker --
King Wren --
Why the bear has a stumpy tail --
Three ways to build a house --
How to tell a true princess --
The Five servants --
The Hare and the fox --
The Story of Zirac --
Johnny-Cake --
The Wee wee mannie --
Sir Gammer Vans --
Tom Tit Tot --
The Old woman and her pig --
The Story of the three little pigs --
The Three sillies --
The Cat and the mouse --
Hereafterthis --
Titty Mouse and Tatty Mouse --
The Magpie's nest --
Scrapefoot --
The Wise man of Gotham --
Henny-Penny --
A Son of Adam --
The Happy family --
The Blind man, the deaf man, and the donkey --
The Alligator and the jackal --
Why the fish laughed --
The Selfish sparrow and the houseless crows --
The Lambikin --
The Town mouse and the country mouse --
The Greedy cat --
Well done, ill paid --
Reynard and Chanticleer --
Father Bruin in the corner --
Why the sea is salt --
Gudbrand on the hillside --
The Pancake --
The Death of Chanticleer --
Reynard wants to taste horse-flesh --
Bruin and Reynard partners --
Pork and honey --
How Reynard outwitted Bruin --
Nanny who wouldn't go home to supper --
The Box with something pretty in it --
The Farmer and the troll --
One's own children always prettiest --
The Princess who nobody could silence --
The Money-box --
The Darning-needle --
Master of all masters --
Belling the cat --
The Magpie and her children --
The Cock, the cuckoo, and the black-cock --
The Race between hare and hedgehog --
Bruno's story --
The Bluebottle who went courting --
How two beetles took lodgings --
Little Tuppen --
The Four little children who went round the world --
The History of the seven families of the Lake Pipple-Popple --
Wee Robin's Yule-song --
The Giant's shoes --
The Farmer and the money-lender --
How the sun, the moon and the wind went out to dinner --
Singh Rajah and the dunning little jackals --
Harisarman --
It is quite true --
Manabozho and his toe --
The Most frugal of men --
The Moon-cake --
The Ladle that fell from the moon --
The Young head of the family --
A Dreadful boar --
The Old man and the devils --
The Wonderful tea-kettle --
The Wonderful mallet --
The Tongue-cut sparrow --
Battle of the monkey and the crab --
The Cub's triumph --
The Silly jelly-fish --
Chin-Chin Kobakama --
The Old woman who lost her dumplings --
The Three goats --
The Fox turned shepherd --
The Seven boys and the monster --
The Story of Little Black Mingo --
The Cock and the crested hen --
The Old woman and the fish --
The Lad and the fox --
The Old woman and the tramp.
Responsibility: edited by Kate Douglas Wiggin & Nora Archibald Smith, decorated by Elizabeth MacKinstry.

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