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— Tales from the fjeld. Lz 314
True bride.

Grimm. Fairy tales. Y 3610.2

— German household stories. Y 3610
Lang. Green fairy book. Y 5000.2

True history of Little Goldenhood.

Lang. Red fairy book. Y 5000.3

Compare Little Red Ri'^'ng Hood.

Trusty John. See Faithful John.
Tune that makes the tiger drowsy.

Tappan. Folk stories and fables. Y 8725.9
Turkey maiden.

Wilson. Myths of the Red children.

Y9738
Turnip.

Grimm. Fairytales. Y 3610.2

— German household stories. Y 3610
Turtle and his bride.

Lang. Brown fairy book. Y 5000.17

Turtle-Dove, Sage-Cock, and the witch.

CoMPTON. Snowbird and the water tiger,
and other American Indian tales. Y 1865
Twelve brothers.

Grimm. Fairytales. Y 3610.2

— German popular tales. Y 3610.3
Lang. Red fairy book. Y 5000.3
Mabie. Fairy tales every child should

know. Y 5400.2

Compare Six swans ; Twelve wild ducks.

Twelve by the mail. See Mail-coach passen-
gers.

Twelve dancing princesses.

Lang. Red fairy book. Y 5000.3

Wiggin and Smith. Magic casements.

Compare Dancing shoes. Y 9690.1 1

Twelve hunters. See Twelve huntsmen.
Twelve huntsmen.

Grimm. German popular tales. Twelve

hunters. Y 3610.3

Lang. Green fairy book. Y 5000.2



Twelve idlers.

Grimm. Fairytales. Y 3610.2

Twelve months.

Chodzko. Fairy tales of the Slav. Y 1712
Laboulaye. Fairy tales. Y 4900.2

Wiggin and Smith. Fairy ring. Y 9690.9

Twelve wild ducks.

Asbjornsen. Fairy tales from the far
north. Lz 314.2

Compare Six swans ; Twelve brothers.

Twigmuntus, Cowbelliantus, Perchnosius.

Wiggin and Smith. Fairy ring. Y 9690.9
Twin brothers [I].

Grundtvig. Fairy tales from afar. Y 3634
Twin brothers fill.

Lang. Grey fairy book. Y 5000.10

Twin stars.

Holbrook. Book of nature myths. Y 4206
Two brothers [I].

Andersen. Stories and tales. Y 200.1

Two brothers [HI.

Chodzko. Fairy tales of the Slav. Y 1712
Two brothers [111].

Grimm. German popular tales. Y 3610.3
Compare Two brothers [IV].

Two brothers [IV].

Lang. Pink fairy book. Y 5000.9

Compare Two brothers [III].

Two brothers [V].

Steel. Tales of the Punjab. Lz 8496

Two caskets. See Man's daughter and the

woman's daughter.
Two friends.

Mace. Home fairy tales. Y 5425

Two frogs. See Frog travellers.
Two in a sack.

Lang. Violet fairy book. Y 5000.11

Two king's children,

Grimm. Fairytales. Y 3610.2

— German household stories. Y 3610
Two maidens.

Andersen. Stories and tales. Y 200.1

Two sisters who were jealous of their

younger sister. See Three sisters.
Two wanderers.

Grimm. Fairytales. Y 3610.2

— German household stories. Y 3610
Udea and her seven brothers.

Lang. Grey fairy book. Y 5000.10

Ugly duckling.

Andersen. Fairy tales. Y 200.3

— Wonder stories. Y 200.4
Arnold and Gilbert. Stepping stones to

literature. Vol. 3. [Adapted.] Y 298
Bailey and Lewis. For the children's

hour. [Adapted.] Pr 447

Blaisdell. Child life in tale and fable.

[Adapted.] Y 909.2

Klingensmith. Household stories.

[Adapted.] Y 4815

Lang. Orange fairy book. Y 5000.21

Mabie. Fairy tales every child should

know. Y 5400.2

Norton. Heart of oak books. Vol. 3.

[Adapted.] Y 6460

Scudder. Children's book. Y 8070.2

Strong. All the year round. Vol. 4. Sum-
mer. [Adapted.] Y 8628
Tafpan. Folk stories and fables. Y 8725.9
Whittier. Child life in prose. Y 9680.2



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FAIRY TALES AND FOLK STORIES



Ugly duckling. (Continued.)

WiLTSE. Kindergarten stories and morn-

Pr 9740



Y 5000.9

Vol. 3.

Y6460

Story of

Y6538



ing talks
Under the willow-tree.
Andersen. Fairy tales. Y 200.3

— Stories and tales. Y 200.1

Underground workers.

Lang. Violet fairy book. Y 5000.11

Undertakers.

Kipling. Second jungle book. Y 4840.1
Undutiful son.

Grimm. German household stories. Y 3610
Unlooked-for prince.

Lang. Grey fairy book. Y 5000.10

Uraschima Taro the fisher lad. See Uras-

chimataro and the turtle.
Uraschimataro and the turtle.

Finnemore. Peeps at many lands. Japan.

Y 2967
Lang. Pink fairj' book.
Norton. Heart of oak books.

Fisher-boy Urashiina.
OzAKi. Japanese fairy book.
Uraschima Taro, the fisher lad.
Valentine and Orson.

ScuDDER. Children's book. History of
Valentine and Orson. Y 8070.2

Valentine. Old, old fairy tales. Y 9200.1
Valiant blackbird.

Rouse. Talking thrush. Y 7635

Valiant chatteemaker.

Wiggin and Smith. Fairy ring. Y 9690.9
Valiant tailor.

Grimm. German household stories. Y 3610
Lang. Green fairy book. Story of a clever
tailor. Y 5000.2

Valiant Vicky, the brave weaver.

Steel. Tales of the Punjab. Lz 8496

Vasilisa with the Golden Tress and Ivan the
Pea.

Singleton. Goldenrod fairy book. Story
of Vasilisa zvith the Golden Tress. Y 8268
Vila in the golden castle.

Houghton. Russian grandmother's won-
der tales. Y 4290
Vila of Muhlenburg.

Houghton. Russian grandmother's won-
der tales. Y 4290
Virgilius the sorcerer.

Lang. Violet fairj' book. Y 5000.11

Vision of MacConglinney.

Jacobs. More Celtic fairy tales. Y 4460.5
Vision of the last day.

Andersen. Stories and tales. Y 200.1

Vizier who was punished.

Arabian nights. (Lang.) Story of the

vizier who zvas punished. Y 250.2

— (Townsend.) History of the vizier who

was punished. Y 250.2

Voice of Death.

Lang. Red fairy book. Y 5000.3

Voyage to Lilliput.
Arnold and Gilbert. Stepping stones to
literature. Vol. 6. Y 298

Blaisdell. Child life fifth reader. Gulli-
ver's voyage to Lilliput. [Adapted.] Y 909.5
Lang. Blue fairy book. Y 5000.1

Scudder. Children's book. Y 8070.2

Wall Dad the simple-hearted.

Lang, Brown fairy book. Y 5000.17



Wampum-bird and the boy.
Judd. Wigwam stories. Legend of the wam-
pum-bird and the boy. Y 4663
Wandering star. (Will-o'-the-Wisp.)
Brooks. Stories of the Red children.

Y1178
War of the wolf and the fox.

Baldwin. Fairy stories and fables. Bat-
tle of the beasts. Y 468.14
Klingensmith. Household stories. Battle
of the beasts. Y 4815
Lang. Green fairy book. Y 5000.2
Was it the first turtle?

Holbrook. Book of nature myths. Y 4206
Watch-tower between earth and Heaven.
Houghton. Russian grandmother's won-
der tales. Y 4290
Water-lily [Tl. The Gold-spinners.

Lang. Blue fairy book. Y 5000.1

Wiggin and Smith. Magic casements.
Gold spinners. Y 9690.11

Water-lily fill. See Star maiden.
Water of life [I].

Grimm. German household stories. Y 3610
Jerrold. Reign of King Oberon. Y4572
Wiggin and Smith. Magic casements.

Y 9690.11
Water of life [III.

Lang. Pink fairy book. Y 5000.9

Water sprite.

Grimm. Fairytales. Y 3610.2

— German popular tales. Y 3610.3
Waupee, the white hawk.

Tanner. Legends from the Red man's
forest. Y 8728

Way of the world.

Asbjornsen. Fairy tales from the far
north. World's rezvard. "Lz 314.2

— Tales from the fjeld. Lz 314
Compare Brahmin, the tiger and the jackal.

Weasel and her husband. See Dame Weasel

and her husband.
Wedding of Mrs. Fox.

Grimm. German popular tales. Y 3610.3
Wee bannock.

Jacobs. More English fairy tales. Y 4460.4
Compare Gingerbread man; Johnny cake; Pan-
cake.

Wee, wee Mannie,

Jacobs. More English fairy tales. Y 4460.4
Weeng, the spirit of sleep. See Weenk the

sleep-bringer and his warriors.
Weenk the sleep-bringer and his warriors.

Judd. Wigwam stories. Y 4663

Tanner. Legends from the Red man"s
forest. Weeng, the spirit of sleep. Y 8728
Well done, ill paid.

Asbjornsen. Fairy tales from the far
north. Lz 314.2

Well of the world's end.

Jacobs. English fairy tales. Y 4460.3

Compare Frog prince ; Maiden and the frog.

What came of picking flowers.

Lang. Grey fairy book. Y 5000.10

What happened to the thistle.

Andersen. Stories and tales. Y 200.1

What is a man?

Rouse. Talking thrush. Y 7635

What one can invent.

Andersen. Stories and tales. Y 200.1



1



FAIRY TALES AND FOLK STORIES



43



What the Christmas star sees.

Bay. Danish fairy and folk tales. Y 637
"What the good-man does is sure to be

right!"

Andersen. Fairy tales. What the Old Man
does is ahvays right. Y 200.3

— Stories and tales. Y 200.1
ScuDDER. Children's book. Y 8070.2

Compare Dame Gudbrand.

What the moon saw.

Andersen. Fairy tales. Y 200.3

Blaisdell. Child life in tale and fable.

[Adapted.] Y 909.2

What the old man does is always right. Sec

"What the good-man does is sure to be

right!"
What the rose did to the cypress.

Lang. Brown fairy book. Y 5000.17

What the whole family said.

Andersen. Stories and tales. Y 200.1

When Brother Rabbit was king.

Harris. Told by Uncle Remns. Y 3850.6
When Neil a-Mughan was tuk.

MacManus. In chimney corners. Y 5446.2
Where the morning star came from. Sec

Morning star.
Which was the foolishest?

Lang. Brown fairy book. Y 5000.17

Which was the happiest?

Andersen. Stories and tales. Y 200.1

White and the black bride.

Grimm. Fairy tales. Y 3610.2

— German household stories. Y 3610
White cat.

Aulnoy. Fairy tales. Y 330.1

Cr^mk. Fairy book. Y 2010.3

Lang. Blue fairy book. Y 5000.1

Mabie. Fairy tales every child should

know. Y 5400.2
Scudder. Book of folk stories. Y 8070.14

— Children's book. Y 8070.2

— Fables and folk stories. Y 8070.16
Singleton. Goldenrod fairy book. Y 8268
Tappan. Folk stories and fables. Y 8725.9
Valentine. Old, old fairy tales. Y 9200.1
Wiggin and Smith. Fairy ring. Y 9690.9

Compare Peter Humbug and the white cat.

White Cloud's visit to the Sun-prince.

Compton. Snowbird and the water tiger,
and other American Indian tales. Y 1865
White doe. See Hind in the wood.
White dove.

Grundtvig. Fairy tales from afar. Y 3634

Lang. Pink fairy book. Y 5000.9

Wiggin and Smith. Magic casements.

Y 9690.11
White duck.

Lang. Yellow fairy book. Y 5000.5

White hare and the crocodiles.

OzAKi. Japanese fairy book. Y 6638

White Hawk, the lazy.

Compton. Snowbird and the water tiger,
and other American Indian tales. Y 1865
White seal.

Kipling. Jungle book. Y4840

White slipper.

Lang. Orange fairy book. Y 5000.21

White snake.

Grimm. German popular tales. Y 3610.3

Lang. Green fairy book. Y 5000.2



White spot of the kingfisher. See How the

kingfisher got his ring and his ruffle.
White stone canoe. See Island of the Blessed.
White wolf.

Lang. Grey fairy book. Y 5000.10

Whiteling's war with Isegrim.

Houghton. Russian grandmother's won-
der tales. Y 4290
Whittington and his cat.

Baldwin. Fifty famous stories retold.

Y 468.5
Blaisdell. Child life in many lands. Dick
Whittington. Y 909.3

Jacobs. English fairy tales. Y 4460.3

Lang. Blue fairy book. History of Whit-
tington. Y 5000.1

— History of Whittington and other sto-
ries. History of Whittington. Y 5000.22

Norton. Heart of oak books. Vol. 2.

Y6460
Scudder. Book of folk stories. Dick Whit-
tington and his cat. Y 8070.14

— Children's book. History of Sir Richard
Whittington and his cat. Y 8070.2

— Fables and folk stories. Dick Whitting-
ton and his cat. Y 8070.16

Tappan. Folk stories and fables. Y 8725.9
Who killed the otter's babies?

Bryant. Stories to tell. Pr 1229.2

Tappan. Folk stories and fables. Y 8725.9
Why all men love the moon.

Blaisdell. Child life in tale and fable.
Sun, the moon, and the zvind. Y 909.2

Holbrook. Book of nature myths. Y 4206

Jacobs. Indian fairy tales. Sun, moon, and
zvind go out to dinner. Y 4460.2

Why Brother Bear has no tail.

Harris. Nights with Uncle Remus.

Y 3850.1
Tappan. Folk stories and fables. Y 8725.9

Why Mr. Cricket has elbows on his legs.

Harris. Told by Uncle Remus. Y 3850.6
Why Mr. Dog is tame.

Harris. Told by Uncle Remus. Y 3850.6
Why Mr. Dog runs Brother Rabbit.

Harris. Nights with Uncle Remus.

Y 3850.1
Why Mr. Possum has no hair on his tail.

Harris. Uncle Remus, his songs and his
sayings. Y 3850.2

Why Mr, Possum loves peace.

Harris. Uncle Remus, his songs and his
sayings. Y 3850.2

Why the alligator's back is rough.
Harris. Nights with Uncle Remus.

Y 3850.1
Why the aspen leaves tremble.

Holbrook. Book of nature myths. Y4206
Why the baby says "goo."
Wilson. Myths of the Red children.

Y9738

Why the bat is blind.

Chandler. In the reign of coyote. Y 1628

Why the bear has a short tail.

Holbrook. Book of nature myths. Y4206

JuDD. Wigwam stories. How the hear lost

his tail. Y 4463

Why the cat always falls upon her feet.
Holbrook. Book of nature myths. Y4206
Tappan. Folk stories and fables. Y 8725.9



44



FAIRY TALES AND FOLK STORIES



Why the coyote is so cunning.

Chandler. In the reign of coyote. Y 1628
Why the crocodile has a wide mouth.

HoLBROOK. Book of nature myths. Y 4206
Why the dead do not come back.

Chandler. In the reign of coyote. Y 1628
Why the dog cannot endure the cat, nor the

cat the mouse.

Houghton. Russian grandmother's won-
der tales. Y4290
Why the dove is timid.

Holbrook. Book of nature myths. Y 4206
Why the evergreen trees never lose their

leaves.

Bryant. How to tell stories. Why the ever-
green trees keep their leaves in winter.

Pr 1229

Holbrook. Book of nature myths. Y 4206

Tappan. Folk stories and fables. Y 8725.9
Why the face of the moon is white.

Holbrook. Book of nature myths. Y 4206
Why the fish laughed.

Jacobs. Indian fairy tales. Y 4460.2

Why the guinea-fowls are speckled.

Harris. Nights with Uncle Remus.

Y 3850.1
Why the hoofs of the deer are split.

Holbrook. Book of nature myths. Y 4206
Why the juniper has berries.

Holbrook. Book of nature myths. Y 4206
Why the magpie's nest is not well built.

Holbrook. Book of nature myths. Y 4206
Compare Nest builders.

Why the mole is blind.

Blaisdell. Child life in many lands.

[Adapted.] Y 909.3

Brooks. Stories of the Red children.

Brave little mole. Y 1 1 78

CooKE. Nature myths and stories for little

children. Indian story of the mole. Y i8gi
Tanner. Legends from the Red man's

forest. Y8728

Why the mosquito hates smoke.

Chandler. In the reign of coyote. Y 1628

How musquitos came.

Why the negro is black.

Harris. Uncle Remus, his songs and his
sayings. Y 3850.2

Why the owl eats only small creatures.

Chandler. In the reign of coyote. Y 1628
Why the parrot repeats the words of men.

Holbrook. Book of nature myths. Y 4206
Why the peacock's tail has a hundred eyes.

Holbrook. Book of nature myths. Y 4206
Why the peetweet cries for rain.

Holbrook. Book of nature myths. Y 4206
Why the rabbit is timid.

Holbrook. Book of nature myths. Y 4206
Why the raven's feathers are black.

Holbrook. Book of nature myths. Y4206
Why the sea is salt [I].

Holbrook. Book of nature myths. Y 4206

Compare Quern at the bottom of the sea.

Why the sea is salt [II]. See Quern at the

bottom of the sea.
Why the serpent sheds his skin.

Holbrook. Book of nature myths. Y 4206
Why the snakes change their skins.

Chandler. In the reign of coyote. Y 1628



Why the sun travels regularly.

Chandler. In the reign of coyote. Y 1628

CoMPTON. Snow bird and the water tiger,
and other American Indian stories.
Fighting hare. Y 1865

Why the swallow's tail is forked.

Holbrook. Book of nature myths. Y 4206
Why the tail of the fox has a white tip. See

Fox as herdsboy.
Why the tick is now small.

Chandler. In the reign of coyote. Y 1628
Why the turkey-buzzard is bald-headed.

Harris. Told by Uncle Remus. Y 3850.6
Why the water in rivers is never still.

Holbrook. Book of nature myths. Y 4206
Why the white hares have black ears.

Holbrook. Book of nature myths. Y 4206
Why the woodpecker's head is red.

Holbrook. Book of nature myths. Y 4206

Compare Menabozho swallowed by a large fish.

Why the wren flies close to the earth.

Holbrook. Book of nature myths. Y 4206

Compare Willow wren.
Why there is a hare in the moon.

Holbrook. Book of nature myths. Y 4206
Why there is a man in the moon.

Holbrook. Book of nature myths. Y 4206

Tappan. Folk stories and fables. Y 8725.9
Why there is only one southwest wind.

Chandler. In the reign of coyote. Y 1628
Why turkeys have red eyes.

Wilson. Myths of the Red children.

Y9738
Wicked daughters-in-law.

Laboulaye. Last fairy tales. Y 4900

Wicked prince.

Andersen. Wonder stories. Y 200.4

Wicked wolverine.

Lang. Brown fairy book. Y 5000.17

Widow's daughter.

MacManus. In chimney corners. Y 5446.2

Wiggin and Smith. Fairy ring. Y 9690.9
Compare Habetrot and Scantlie Mab ; Three little
crones ; Three spinning fairies.

Widow's son.

Asbjornsen. Folk and fairy tales. Y 314
Wild man of the marsh.

Grundtvig. Fairy tales from afar. Y 3634
Wild swans.

Andersen. Fairy tales. Y 200.3

— Wonder stories. Y 200.4
Jerrold. Reign of King Oberon. Y 4572
Wiggin and Smith. Fairy ring. Y 9690.9

Compare Six swans ; Twelve brothers ; Twelve
wild ducks.
Will-o'-the-Wisp. See Wandering star.
"Will-o'-the-Wisp is in the town."

Andersen. Stories and tales. Y 200.1

Willow wren.

Grimm. Fairytales. Y 3610.2

— German household stories. King Wren.

Y3610

Klingensmith. Household stories. King

Wren. [Adapted.] Y 4815

Compare Why the wren flies close to the earth.

Wily tortoise.

Rouse. Talking thrush. Y 7635

Wind. See Wind's tale.



FAIRY TALES AND FOLK STORIES



45



Wind-demon.

KuNos. Turkish fairy tales. Y 4893

Wind's tale.

Andersen. Fairy tales. Story of the wind.

Y 200.3

— Stories and tales. Y 200.1
Windmill.

Andersen. Stories and tales. Y 200.1

Winter and Sprinpr. Sec Old Winter Man

and the Spring- Maiden.
Wise bird and the foolish bird.

Harris. Nights with Uncle Remus.

Y 3850.1
Wise Hans.

Grimm. German household stories. Y 3610
Wise men of Gotham.

Jacobs. More English fairy tales. Y 4460.4
Wise old shepherd.

Rouse. Talking thrush. Y 76^5

Wise peasant's daughter. See Peasant's

clever daughter.
Wishing-box.

Grundtvig. Fairy tales from afar. Y <?6^4
Wishing-table, the gold ass, and the cudgel.

See Table, the ass and the stick.

Witch rn.

Asbjornsen. Folk and fairy tales. Y 314

Witch [in.

Lang. Yellow fairy book. Y 5000.5

Witch and her servants.

Lang. Yellow fairy book. Y 5000.5

Witch in the stone boat.

Lang. Yellow fairy book. Y 5000.5

Wizard king.

Lang. Yellow fairy book. Y 5000.5

Wolf and Godfather Fox.

Grimm. Fairytales. Y 3610.2

— German popular tales. Fox and God-
mother-Wolf. Y 3610.3

Wolf and the Fox.

Grimm. Fairy tales. Y 3610.2

— German popular tales. Y 3610.3
Wolf and the goat.

Laboulaye. Last fairy tales. Y 4900
Wolf and the man.

Grimm. Fairy tales. Y 3610.2

— German popular tales. Y 3610.3
Wolf and the seven little goats. See Wolf

and the seven young goslings.
Wolf and the seven young goslings.

Blaisdell. Child life in tale and fable.

[Adapted.] Y 909.2

Craik. Fairy book. Y 2010.3

Grimm. Fairy tales. Wolf and the seven

young kids. Y 3610.2

— German popular tales. Wolf and the
seven little goats. Y 3610.3

Wolf and the seven young kids. See Wolf

and the seven young goslings.
Wolf as a Roman.

Houghton. Russian grandmother's won-
der tales. Y 4290
Woman in the moon.

Judd. Wigwam stories. Y 4663

Wonderful birch.

Lang. Red fairy book. Y 5000.3

Wonderful musician.

Grimm. Fairy tales. Y 3610.2

— German popular tales. Y 3610.3
Lang. Red fairy book. Marvellous musi-
cian. Y 5000.3



Wonderful porridge pot.

Bailey and Lewis. For the children's

hour. Pr 447

Gpimm. German household stories. Szueet

soup. Y 3610

Wonderful pot.

Bay. Danish fairy and folk tales. Y 637
Wonderful ring.

Steel. Tales of the Punjab. Lz 8496

Compare Enchanted ring.

Wonderful sheep. See Ram.
Wonderful story.

Houghton. Russian grandmother's won-
der tales. Y 4290
Wonderful tar-baby story.

Harris. Uncle Remus, his songs and his
sayings. Y 3850.2

Compare Raccoon and the man-of-tar.

Woodcutter's child.

Grimm. German popular tales. Y 3610.3
Wiggin and Smith. Magic casements.

Y 96go.11
Woodcutter's daughter.

Craik. Fairy book. Y 2010.3

Wiggin and Smith. Magic casements.

Y 9690.11
Woodpecker.

Asbjornsen. Fairy tales from the far
north. Lz 314.2

Bailey and Lewis. For the children's
hour. Legend of the zvoodhecker. Pr447

CooKE. Nature myths. Red-headed zvood-
pecker. [Adapted.] Y 1891

Holbrook. Book of nature myths. Story
of the first woodpecker. Y 4206

Klingensmith. Household stories. Legend
of the North land. [Verse. By Phoebe
Gary.] Y4815

Strong. All the year round. Vol. 3. Spring.
Origin of the zvood pecker. Y 8628

See also Legend of the Northland, by Phoebe
Cary.

Wooing of Olwen.

Jacobs. Celtic fairy tales. Y 4460.1

World's most beauteous damsel.

KuNOS. Turkish fairy tales. Lz 4893

World's reward. See Way of the world.
Wound and the scar.

Rouse. Talking thrush. Y 7635

Wounded lion.

Lang. Pink fairy book. Y 5000.9

Wren.

Wilson. Myths of the Red children.
[Verse.] Y 9738

Wren and the bear.

Grimm. German household stories. Y 3610
Wrestlers.

Steel. Tales of the Punjab. Lz 8496

Wuchowson the Wind Blower.

Wilson. Myths of the Red children.

Y 9738
Yallery Brown.

Jacobs. More English fairy tales. Y 4460.4
Yanechek and the water demon.

Singleton. Goldenrod fairy book. Y 8268
Yara.

Lang. Brown fairy book. Story of the Yara.

Y 5000.17
Year.

Andersen. Fairy tales. Story of the year.

Y 200.3



46



FAIRY TALES AND FOLK STORIES



Year. (Continued.)

— Stories and tales. Story of the year.

Y 200.1

Yellow dwarf.

AuLNOY. Fairy tales. Y 330.1

Craik. Fairy book. Y 2010.3

Lang. Blue fairy book. Y 5000.1

Valentine. Old, old fairy tales. Y 9200.1

WiGGiN AND Smith. Fairy ring. Y 9690.9

Young giant.

Grimm. German popular tales. Y 3610.3

Young king of the Black Isles.

Arabian nights. (Lang.) Story of the

young king of the Black Isles. Y 250.2

— (Townsend.) History of the young king
of the Black Isles. Y 250.2

Young man who would have his eyes

opened.

Lang. Violet fairy book. Y 5000.11

"Young Neverfull."

Houghton. Russian grandmother's won-
der tales. Y4290
Young piper.

Jerrold. Reign of King Oberon. Y 4572
Youth and the Vila.

Houghton. Russian grandmother's won-
der tales. Y4290



Youth who set out to learn what fear was.
See One who travelled to learn what shiv-
ering meant.

Youth without age, and life without death.
KuNOS. Turkish fairy tales. Lz 4893

Yvon and Finette.

Laboulaye. Fairy tales. Y 4900.2

— Last fairy tales. Y 4900
WiGGiN AND Smith. Fairy ring. Y 9690.9

Zerbin, the woodcutter.

Golden fairy book. Lz 3470

Laboulaye. Fairy tales. Zerhino, the hear.

Y 4900.2

— Last fairy tales. Zerhino, the savage.

Y4900
Zerbino, the bear. See Zerbin, the woodcut-
ter.
Zerbino, the savage. See Zerbin, the wood-
cutter.
Zobeide.

Ar.'Vbian nights. (Townsend.) Story of
Zobeide. Y 250.2

Zoulvisia.

Lang. Olive fairy book. Story of Zoul-
visia. Y 5000.23



BOOKS INDEXED IN THE FOREGOING LIST.



The titles of books a part only of whose contents has been indexed in
the foregoing- list have been indicated by the addition of an asterisk (■*).



Fables.* Selected, told anew, and their
history traced by Joseph Jacobs. Lon-
don. Macmillan & Co. 1894. Y 70.1
Andersen, Hans.

Fairy tales. Translated by Mrs. H. B.
Paull. London. Warne. N. d. Y 200.3
Stories and tales. Author's edition. Bos-
ton. Houghton, Mifflin & Co. [1870.]

Y 200.1
Wonder stories told for children. Author's
edition. Boston. Houghton, Mifflin &
Co. N. d. Y 200.4

Arabian nights' entertainments. A new edi-
tion, revised, with notes by George Ty-
ler Townsend. London. Warne & Co.
N. d. Y 250.2

Arabian nights' entertainments. Selected
and edited by Andrew Lang. New York.
Longmans, Green & Co. 1907. Y 250.2
Arnold, Sarah L., and Charles B. Gilbert.
Stepping stones to literature.* Vols. 2, 3,
4, 6. New York. Silver, Burdett & Co.
[1902.] Y 298

Asbjornsen, Peter C.

Fairy tales from the far north. Translated
from the Norwegian by H. L. Braekstad.
New York. Burt. [1897.] Lz 314.2



Asbjornsen, Peter C. (Continued.)

Folk and fairy tales. Translated by H. L.
Braekstad. New York. Armstrong.

[189-?] Y314

Tales from the fjeld. A series of popular
tales from the Norse of P. Ch. Asbjorn-
sen by Sir George Dasent. London.
Gibbing & Co. 1896. Lz 314

Aulnoy, Marie C. J. de Berneville, Comtesse
de.
Fairy tales of Madame D'Aulnoy, newly
translated into English, with an intro-
duction by Anne Thackeray Ritchie.
New edition. New York. Scribner. 1895.

Y 330.1
Bailey, Carolyn S., and Clara M. Lewis.
For the children's hour.* Springfield,
Mass. Milton Bradley Co. 1906. Pr447
Baldwin, James.

Fairy stories and fables.* New York.

American Book Co. [1895.] Y 468.14

Fifty famous stories retold.* New York.

American Book Co. [1896. Eclectic

school readings.] Y 468.5


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