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English Fairy Tales (1993)


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Kids' Folk & Fairy TalesJ/FOLKTALES/EUROPE/JACDue 11-11-17
Published: New York : Knopf : Distributed by Random House, 1993
Series: Everyman's library children's classics.
Description:  428 pages : illustrations ; 22 cm
ISBN/ISSN: 0679428097,
Language:  English

A collection of more than eighty traditional stories that recount the adventures of giants, witches, princes, princesses, and animals

Tom Tit Tot -- The three sillies -- The rose-tree -- The old woman and her pig -- How Jack went to seek his fortune -- Mr. Vinegar -- Nix nought nothing -- Jack Hannaford -- Binnorie -- Mouse and mouser -- Cap o' rushes -- Teeny-tiny -- Jack and the beanstalk -- The story of the three little pigs -- The master and his pupil -- Titty Mouse and Tatty Mouse -- Jack and his golden snuff-box -- The story of the three bears -- Jack the giant killer -- Henny-Penny -- Childe Rowland -- Molly Whuppie -- The red ettin -- The golden arm -- The history of Tom Thumb -- Mr. Fox -- Lazy Jack -- Johnny-Cake

Earl Mar's daughter -- Mr. Miacca -- Whittington and his cat -- The strange visitor -- The laidly worm of Spindleston Heugh -- The cat and the mouse -- The fish and the ring -- The magpie's nest -- Kate Crackernuts -- The cauld lad of Hilton -- The ass, the table and the stick -- Fairy ointment -- The well of the world's end -- Master of all masters -- The three heads of the well -- The pied piper -- Hereafterthis -- The golden ball -- My own self -- Black bull of Norroway -- Yallery Brown -- Three feathers Sir Gammer Vans -- Tom Hickathrift -- The Hedley kow -- Gobborn seer -- Lawkamercyme

Tattercoats -- The wee Bannock -- Johnny Gloke -- Coat o' clay -- The three cows -- The blinded giant -- Scrapefoot -- The pedlar of swaffham -- The old witch -- The three wishes -- The buried moon -- A son of Adam -- The children in the wood -- The Hobyahs -- A pottle o' brains -- The king of England and his three sons -- King John and the Abbot of Canterbury -- Rushen Coatie -- The king o' the cats -- Tamlane -- The stars in the sky -- News! -- Puddock, Mousie, and Ratton -- The little bull-calf -- The wee, wee Mannie -- Habetrot and Scantlie Mab -- Old mother Wiggle-Waggle -- Catskin

Stupid's cries -- The Lambton worm -- The wise men of Gotham -- Princess of Canterbury

Related Searches:
Fairy tales -- England.
Folklore -- England.
Fairy tales.

Additional Credits:
Batten, John D. 1860-1932, illustrator (John Dickson),

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