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Told under the magic umbrella : modern tales of fancy and humor

Author: Elizabeth Orton Jones; Association for Childhood Education International. Literature Committee.
Publisher: New York : Macmillan Co., 1962, ©1939.
Edition/Format:   Print book : Juvenile audience : EnglishView all editions and formats
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Genre/Form: Collections
Material Type: Juvenile audience
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Elizabeth Orton Jones; Association for Childhood Education International. Literature Committee.
OCLC Number: 8511075
Description: xiv, 248 pages : illustrations ; 22 cm
Contents: Foreword / Margery Bianco --
Ask Mr. Bear / Marjorie Flack --
Little Duckling tries his voice / Marjorie La Fleur --
Two little shoes / Carol Ryrie Brink --
Gingham Lena / Emma L. Brock --
The merry-go-round and the Griggses / Caroline D. Emerson --
Gooseberry garden / Lois Lenski --
The cobbler's tale / Elizabeth Orton Jones --
The lamb that went to fairyland / Rose Fyleman --
Little dog and big dog / Maude Lindsay --
Sojo / Erick Berry --
George and Angela / Cicely Englefield --
The little old woman and how she kept her geese warm / Hope Newell --
The pony tree / Charlotte Brate --
The three elevators / Gelett Burgess --
A happy Christmas tree / Frances Ann Brown --
Gissing and the telephone / Christopher Morley --
The musical box / Clare Leighton --
The ogre that played jackstraws / David Starr Jordan --
The three apples / Anne Casserley --
The Bojabi tree / Edith Rickert --
Living in W'ales / Richard Hughes --
The saddler's horse / Margery Williams Bianco --
How to tell corn fairies if you see 'em / Carl Sandburg --
The lost merbaby / Margaret Baker --
The song of the little donkey / Alice Crew Gall and Fleming Crew --
The goldfish / Monica Shannon --
The brownie in the house / Margery Bailey --
Rocking-horse land / Laurence Housman --
If you had a wish? / Charles J. Finger --
Millitinkle / Paul Fenimore Cooper --
The pixies' scarf / Alison Uttley --
Elsie Piddock skips in her sleep / Eleanor Farjeon.
Responsibility: selected by the Literature committee of the Association for Childhood Education International ; illustrated by Elizabeth Orton Jones.

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Foreword by Margery Bianco Ask Mr. Bear by Marjorie Flack Little Duckling Tries His Voice by Marjorie La Fleur Two Little Shoes by Carol Ryrie Brink Gingham Lena by Emma L. Brock The Merry-Go-Round and the Griggses by Caroline D. Emerson -- from A Merry-Go-Round of Modern Tales by Caroline D. Emerson Gooseberry Garden by Lois Lenski The Cobbler's Tale by Elizabeth Orton Jones -- from Ragman of Paris by Elizabeth Orton Jones The Lamb That Went to Fairyland by Rose Fyleman -- from The Rainbow Cat by Rose Fyleman Little Dog and Big Dog by Maude Lindsay Sojo by Erick Berry George and Angela by Cicely Englefield The Little Old Woman and How She Kept Her Geese Warm by Hope Newell -- from The Little Old Woman Who Used Her Head by Hope Newell The Pony Tree by Charlotte Brate The Three Elevators by Gelett Burgess -- from The Lively City O' Ligg by Gelett Burgess A Happy Christmas Tree by Frances Anne Brown Gissing and the Telephone by Christopher Morley -- from I Know a Secret by Christopher Morley The Musical Box by Clare Leighton The Ogre That Played Jackstraws by David Starr Jordan -- from The Book of Knight and Barbara by David Starr Jordan The Three Apples by Anne Casserley The Bojabi Tree by Edith Rickert Living in W'ales by Richard Hughes -- from The Spider's Palace by Richard Hughes The Saddler's Horse by Margery William Bianco -- from A Street of Little Shops by Margery Williams Bianco How to Tell Corn Fairies if You See 'em by Carl Sandburg -- from Rootabaga Stories by Carl Sandburg The Lost Merbaby by Margaret Baker The Song of the Little Donkey by Alice Crew Gall and Fleming Crew The Goldfish by Julian Street The Bean Boy by Monica Shannon -- from California Fairy Tales by Monica Shannon The Brownie in the House by Margery Bailey -- from Seven Peas in a Pod by Margery Bailey Rocking-Horse Land by Laurence Housman -- from Moonshine and Clover by Laurence Housman If You Had a Wish? by Charles J. Finger Millitinkle by Paul Fenimore Cooper -- from Tal, His Marvelous Adventures with Noom-Zor-Noom by Paul Fenimore Cooper The Pixies' Scarf by Alison Uttley -- from Mustard, Pepper and Salt by Alison Uttley Elsie Piddock Skips in Her Sleep by Eleanor Farjeon -- from Marin Pippin in the Daisy Field by Eleanor Farjeon Acknowledgments

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