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The Great Fairy Tales Treasure Chest, Book 1
This first volume of the set of five actually has a title-page that confirms that there are five booklets in the series. Thus I have a complete set! The title-page for the set also includes the specific stories in each ...
The Great Fairy Tales Treasure Chest, Book 4
This fourth volume of the set of five contains one fable: The Obstinate Goats (16). The illustration, a dramatic view from below, and the page together take up this one last page of the booklet.
The Great Fairy Tales Treasure Chest, Book 5
This fifth volume of the set of five contains no fables. It includes The Three Little Pigs and Snow White. I catalogue it here for the sake of completeness, since I have the whole set of five.
The Great Fairy Tales Treasure Chest, Book 3
This third volume of the set of five contains no fables. It includes The Little Mermaid and Beauty and the Beast. I catalogue it here for the sake of completeness, since I have the whole set of five.
The Real Picture Book
(Rand McNally & Company, 1929)
This is a beautiful, large picture-book drawing from nine favorites, including such titles as The Real Story Book, The Illustrated Bible Story Book, and The Peter Patter Book. The introduction evokes a time when for a ...
Hidden Pictures and Other Challengers
(Highlights for Children, 1981)
Simple hidden-picture fun. Four of the eighteen pictures are taken from fables: DM (4-5), TT (12-13), FS (22-23), and AL (28-29). TT has a happy ending, when the tortoise falls into a tree and is removed by a puzzled ...
Animal Fairy Tales
(Exeterdistributed by Bookthrift, 1982)
The inky drawings here are cheap but dramatic. TMCM by Malcolm Livingstone is identical with that in My Book of Favorite Animal Stories (1982/83/84/87); two other stories here are also repeats from there. TH by the same ...
My Book of Favorite Animal Stories
(Exeter Books, 1982)
The inky drawings here are cheap but dramatic. TMCM (37) is illustrated well by Malcolm Livingstone. There is a strong contrast between the two mice, and a good cat with a patch over one eye.
The Bookshelf for Boys and Girls: I
(Editorial Board of the University Society, 1927)
Same organization and print style as in The Home University Bookshelf (1927), from which I have Volume III. There is one fable here, TT (353), with a nice colored illustration by Hugh Spencer.
The Road in Storyland
(Platt and Munk, 1932)
Here is an extra copy in slightly less good condition. It contains the same material as the 1932 first edition. The cover and beginning and ending pages have changed and added color. Boot in the T of C is corrected ...