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Tales of wonder; a fourth fairy book,

Author: Kate Douglas Smith Wiggin; Nora Archibald Smith
Publisher: New York, Doubleday, Page & Company, 1909.
Series: The children's crimson classics
Edition/Format:   Print book : Fiction : Juvenile audience : EnglishView all editions and formats
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Additional Physical Format: Online version:
Wiggin, Kate Douglas Smith, 1856-1923.
Tales of wonder.
New York, Doubleday, Page & Company, 1909
(OCoLC)656795363
Material Type: Fiction, Juvenile audience
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Kate Douglas Smith Wiggin; Nora Archibald Smith
OCLC Number: 444471
Description: xiii, 440 pages 20 cm.
Contents: I wonder (Scandinavian) --
What the birds said (Chinese) --
The smith and the fairies (Gaelic) --
The grateful crane (Japanese) --
Little Surya Bai (Southern Indian) --
The storks and the night owl (Persian) --
The five queer brothers (Chinese) --
The lac of rupees (Southern Indian) --
The emperor's nightingale (H.C. Andersen) --
Hookedy-crookedy (Celtic) --
Arndt's night underground (D.M. Mulock) --
The unicorn (German) --
Destiny (E. Laboulaye, Dalmatian) --
The queen of the golden mines (Seamus MacManus, Celtic) --
The deserter (Russian) --
The two melons (Chinese) --
The iron casket (Persian) --
The knights of the fish (Fernan Caballero, (Spanish) --
Dapplegrim (Scandinavian) --
The hermit (Voltaire, French) --
The watch-tower between earth and heaven (Russian) --
The lucky coin (Francoso, Portugal) --
The jackal, the barber and the brahmin (Southern Indian) --
The bird of truth (Caballero, Spanish) --
The two genies (Voltaire, French) --
Steelpacha (Russian) --
The buried moon (English) --
The farmer of Liddesdale (English) --
The badger's money (Japanese) --
The grateful foxes (Japanese) --
The black horse (Celtic) --
Truth's triumph (Southern Indian) --
The feast of the lanterns (Chinese) --
The lake of gems (Chinese) --
The sea-maiden (Celtic) --
The enchanted waterfall (Japanese) --
The amadan of the dough (Seamus MacManus, Celtic) --
The raksha's palace (Southern Indian) --
Billy Beg and the bowl (Seamus MacManus, Celtic) --
The princes fire-flash and fire-fade (Japanese) --
Panch-Phul ranee (Southern Indian) --
Schippeitaro (Japanese) --
The stoorworm (Gaelic) --
King tongue (Persian) --
The child of the thunder (Japanese) --
The moqui heroes (American Indian) --
Mans̈̈tin, the rabbit (American Indian) --
The ants that pushed on the sky (American Indian) --
Longnose the dwarf (German).
Series Title: The children's crimson classics
Responsibility: ed. by Kate Douglas Wiggin and Nora Archibald Smith.

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