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Bay, J. Christian.

Danish fairy and folk tales. A collection
of popular stories and fairy tales. From
the Danish of Svend Grundtvig, E. T.



FAIRY TALES AND FOLK STORIES



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Bay, J. Christian. (Continued.)

Kristensen, Ingvor Bondesen, and L.
Budde. New York. Harper. iSgg. Y 637
Blaisdell, Etta A., and Mary F. Blaisdell.
Child h'fe.* New York. Macmillan Co.
IQ06. Y 909

Child life in tale and fable.* New York.
Macmillan Co. 1906. Y Q09.2

Child life in many lands. New York. Mac-
millan Co. 1906. Y 909.3
Child life in literature.* New York. Mac-
millan Co. 1904. Y 909.4
Child life fifth reader.* New York. Mac-
millan Co. 1904. Y 909.5
Brooks, Dorothy.

Stories of the Red children. Boston.
Educational Publishing Co. [1898.I

Y1178
Bryant, Sara Cone.

How to tell stories to children.* Boston.
Houghton, Mifflin & Co. [1905.] Pr 1229
Stories to tell to children.* Boston.
Houghton, Mifflin & Co. [1907.I

Pr 1229.2
Burt, Mary E.

Story of the German Tliad.* New York.
Maynard, Merrill & Co. 1895. Y 1274
Chandler, Katherine.

In the reign of coyote. Boston. Ginn &
Co. [1905. "Once upon a time series."!

Y1628
Chodzko, Alexander E. B., compiler.

Fairy tales of the Slav peasants and herds-
men. Translated by Emily T. Harding.
New York. Dodd, Mead & Co. 1896.

Y 1712
Compton, Margaret.

Snowbird and the water tiger, and other
American Indian tales. New York.
Dodd, Mead & Co. 1895. Y 1865

Cooke, Flora J.

Nature myths and stories for little chil-
dren. Chicago. Flanagan & Co. [1805.]

Y 1891
Craik, Dinah Maria.

Fairy book. New York. Harper. 1901.

Y 2010.3
Crane, Walter.

Red Riding Hood's picture-book: contain-
ing Little Red Riding Hood, Jack and
the beanstalk, The forty thieves. Lon-
don. Lane. [1S98. Walter Crane's pic-
ture-books.] Y 2014.4
Crommelin, Emeline G.

Famous legends adapted for children.*
New York. The Century Co. 1904.

Y 2049
Finnemore, John.

Peeps at many lands.* Japan. London.
Black. 1907. Y2967

Golden fairy book. London. Hutchinson.
N. d. Lz 3470

Golden goose, and The three bears. With
numerous drawings in colour and black
and white by L. Leslie Brooke. Lon-
don. Warne & Co. [1905. Leslie
Brooke's Children's books. 2.] Y 3465
Grimm, Jacob Ludwig Carl, and Wilhelm
Carl Grimm.
Grimm's fairy tales and household stories.
Translated from the German by Mrs.



Grimm, J. L. C. (Continued.)

H. B. Paull and Mr. L. A. Wheatley.

London. Warne & Co. N. d. Y 3610.2
German household stories. Philadelphia.

Coates & Co. N. d. Y 3610

German popular tales. Philadelphia.

Coates & Co. N. d. Y 3610.3

Grundtvig, Svend H.

Fairy tales from afar. Translated from

the Danish popular tales of Svend

Grundtvig by Jane Mulley. London.

Hutchinson & Co. N. d. Y 3634

Harris, Joel C.

Nights with Uncle Remus. Boston

Houghton. Mifflin & Co. [1883.I

Y 3850.1
Told by Uncle Remus: new stories of the

old plantation. New York. McClure,
Phillips & Co. 1905. Y 3850.6

Uncle Remus, his songs and sayings. New
York. Appleton & Co. 1895. Y 3850.2
History of little Goody Two-Shoes, other-
wise called Mrs. Margery Two Shoes,
edited by Charles Welsh. Boston. D.
C. Heath & Co. 1904. [Heath's Home
and school classics.] Y 3484

Holbrook, Florence.

Book of nature myths. Boston. Hough-
ton, Mifflin & Co. [1902.] Y 4206
Houghton, Louise S.

Russian grandmother's wonder tales. New
York. Scribner. 1906. Y 4290

Jacobs, Joseph, editor.

Celtic fairy tales. New York. Putnam

N. d. Y 4460.1

English fairy tales.* New York. Putnam

T906. Y 4460.3

Jacobs, Joseph, editor. (Continued.)

Indian fairy tales. New York. Putnam
1903. Y 4460.2

More Celtic fairy tales. New York. Put-
nam. 1902. Y 4460.5
More English fairy tales. New York. Put-
nam. 1904. Y 4460.4
Jerrold, Walter C, editor.

Reign of King Oberon. London. Dent
& Co. [1902. True annals of fairyland.]

Y4572
Judd, Mary C.

Wigwam stories told by North American
Indians. Boston. Ginn & Co. 1906

Y4663
Kipling, Rudyard.

Jungle book. New York. Century Co.
1907. Y 4840

Just so stories for little children. New
York. Doubleday, Page & Co. 1902.

Y 4840.3
Second jungle book. New York. Century

Co. 1903. Y 4840.1

Klingensmith, Annie.

Household stories for little readers.* Chi-
cago. Flanagan & Co. [1901.] Y4815
Kunos, Ignacz, compiler.

Turkish fairy tales and folk tales. Trans-
lated from the Hungarian version by R.
Nisbet Bain. London. Bullen. 1901.

Lz 4893
Laboulaye, fidouard R. L.
Fairytales.* New York. Routledge. [1902.]

Y 4900.2



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FAIRY TALES AND FOLK STORIES



Laboulaye, fidouard R. L. (Continued.)
Last fairy tales. Authorized translation
by Mary L. Booth. New York. Harper.
1904. Y 4900

Lang, Andrew, editor.

Blue fairy book. New York. Longmans,
Green & Co. 1905. Y 5000.1

Brown fairy book. New York. Longmans,
Green & Co. 1904. Y 5000.17

Crimson fairy book. New York. Long-
mans, Green & Co. 1906. Y 5000.16
Green fairy book. New York. Longmans,
Green & Co. 1906. Y 5000.2
Grey fairy book. New York. Longmans,
Green & Co. igo6. Y 5000.10
History of Whittington and other stories.
New York. Longmans, Green & Co.
1906. Y 5000.22
Nursery rhyme book. London. Warne
& Co. 1898. Y 5000.14
Olive fairy book. New York. Longmans,
Green & Co. 1907. Y 5000.23
Orange fairy book. New York. Long-
mans. Green & Co. 1006. Y 5000.21
Pink fairv book. New York. Lonormans,
Green & Co. 1906. Y 5000.9
Red fairy book. New York. Lonormans,
Green & Co. 1904. Y 5000.3
Violet fairy book. New York. Longmans.
Green & Co. igo6. Y 5000.11
Yellow fairy book. New York. Long-
mans, Green 8z Co. 1906. Y 5000.5
Mabie, Hamilton W.

Fairy tales every child should know. New
York. Doubleday. Page & Co. tqok.

Y 5400.2
Macdonald, George.

Lieht Drincess and other fairy tales. New
York. Putnam. [1893.] Y 5420.10

Mace, Jean.

Home fairy tales. Translated by Mary L.
Booth. New York. Harper & Bros.
1904- Y 5425

MacManus, Seumas.

Donegal fairv stories. New York. Mc-
Clure, Phillips & Co. 1900. Y 5446

In chimney corners. New York. Double-
day & McClure Co. 1899. Y 5446.2
Mother Goose.

Mother Goose's nursery rhymes, tales and
jingles.* London. Warne & Co. N. d.

Y6211
Norton, Charles E., editor.

Heart of oak books.* Vol. 1-4. Boston.
Heath & Co. 1899. Y 6460

O'Shea, Michael V., editor.

Six nursery classics. Boston. Heath &

Co. 1904. [Heath's Home and school

classics.] Y 6615

Ozaki, Yei T.

Japanese fairy book. New York. Dutton

& Co. [1903.] Y6638

Perrault, Charles.

Tales of Mother Goose, as first collected
in 1696. A new translation by Charles
Welsh. Boston. Heath & Co. 1902.

Y6847
Poulsson, Emilie, compiler.

In the child's world.* Springfield. Brad-
ley. 1906. Pr7iio



Rouse, William H. D.

Talking thrush and other tales from India.

Collected by W. Crooke and retold by

W. H. D. Rouse. London. Dent & Co.

1899. Y 7635

Scudder, Horace Elisha.

Book of folk stories. Boston. Houghton,
Mifflin & Co. [1887.! Y 8070.14

Children's book.* Boston. Houghton,
Mifflin & Co. [1881.I _ Y 8070.2

Doings of the Bodley family in town and
country.* Boston. Houghton. Mifflin
& Co. 1895. Y 8070.8

Fables and folk stories.* Boston. Hough-
ton, Mifflin & Co. [1890. Riverside
literature series.] Y 8070.16

Segur, Sophie, Comtesse de.

Fairy tales. Translated by Mrs. Chapman
Segur, Sophie, Comtesse de. (Continued.)
Coleman and her daughters. Philadel-
phia. Coates. [1869.] Y 8093.3
Singleton, Esther, editor and translator.
Goldenrod fairy book. New York. Dodd.
Mead & Co. 1903. Y 8268
Steel, Flora A.

Tales of the Puniab told by the people.
London. Macmillan & Co. 1894. Lz 8496
Strong, Frances L.

All the year round.* Boston. Ginn & Co.
1902, 03. 4 y. Y 8628

Tanner, Dorothy.

Legends from the Red man's forest. Chi-
cago. Flanagan Sc Co. [1895. Home
and school series for young folks. 1

Y8728
Tappan, Eva M., editor.

Folk stories and fables. Boston. Hough-
ton, Mifflin & Co. T007. _ Y 8725.9
Stories from seven old favorites.* Bos-
ton. Houghton, Mifflin & Co. TQ07.

Y 8725.13
Three little pigs, and Tom Thumb. With
numerous drawings in colour and black
and white by L. Leslie Brooke. London.
Warne & Co. [1006. Leslie Brooke's
children's books. 1. 1 Y 8886

Valentine, Laura, editor.

Old, old fairy tales. London. Warne &
Co. [1889.1 Y 9200.1

Whitney, Adeline D. T.
Faith Gartney's girlhood.* Boston. Hough-
ton, Mifflin & Co. [1893.] i2w 14
Whittier, John G., editor.

Child life in prose.* Boston. Osgood &
Co. 1875. Y Q680.2

Wiggin, Kate Douglas, and Nora A. Smith,
compilers.
Fairy ring. New York. McClure. Phil-
lips & Co. 1906. Y 9690.9
Magic casements. New York. McClure
Co. 1907. Y 9690.11
Wilson, Gilbert L.

Myths of the Red children. Boston. Ginn
& Co. [1907.] Y9738

Wiltse, Sara E.

Folklore stories and proverbs, gathered

and paraphrased for little children.*

Boston. Ginn & Co. 1900. Y 9760

Kindergarten stories and morning talks.*

Boston. Ginn & Co. 1896. Pr 9740



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