Fairy Tales From All Nations

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Fairy Tales From All Nations

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Fairy Tales From All Nations

Author: Anthony R. Montalba
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Longnose The Dwarf And Other Fairy Tales Tr By P E Pinkerton

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The Bird Of Truth And Other Fairy Tales By Fernan Caballero Tr By J H Ingram

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Catalogue Of The Library Of Congress Aargau To Lichfield

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Catalogue Of The Library Of Congress Index Of Subjects

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Old Norse Fairy Tales

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The Catalogue Of The Public Library Of Victoria

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Reading For The Young

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Readings For The Young

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Shakespeare S Puck And His Folklore Illustrated From The Superstitions Of All Nations

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Shakespeare S Puck And His Folkslore Illustrated From The Superstitions Of All Nations

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The United States Catalog

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Edmund Dulac S Fairy Book Fairy Tales Of The Allied Nations

Author: Edmund Dulac
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The old wife sang merrily as she sat in the inglenook stirring the soup, for she had never felt so sad. Many, many years had come and gone, leaving the weight of their winters on her shoulders and the touch of snow on her hair without ever bringing her a little child. This made her and her dear old husband very sad, for there were many children outside, playing in the snow. It seemed hard that not even one among them was their very own. But alas! there was no hope for such a blessing now. Never would they see a little fur cap hanging on the corner of the mantelpiece, nor two little shoes drying by the fire. The old husband brought in a bundle of wood and set it down. Then, as he heard the children laughing and clapping their hands outside, he looked out at the window. There they were, dancing with glee round a snow man they had made. He smiled as he saw that it was evidently meant to look like the Mayor of the village, it was so fat and pompous. 'Look, Marusha!' he cried to the old wife. 'Come and see the snow man they've made.' As they stood together at the window, they laughed to see what fun the children got out of it. Suddenly the old man turned to her with a bright idea. 'Let's go out and see if we can't make a little snow man.' But Marusha laughed at him. 'What would the neighbours say? They would poke fun at us; it'd be the joke of the village. Besides, we're too old to play like children.' 'But only a little one, Marusha; only a teeny-weeny little snow man,—and I'll manage it that nobody sees us.' 'Well, well,' she said, laughing; 'have your own way, as you always did, Youshko.' With this she took the pot from the fire, put on her bonnet, and they went out together. As they passed the children, they stopped to play with them a while, for they now felt almost like children themselves. Then they trudged on through the snow till they came to a clump of trees, and, behind this, where the snow was nice and white, and nobody could see them, they set to work to make their little man. The old husband insisted that it must be very small, and the old wife agreed that it should be almost as small as a new-born babe. Kneeling down in the snow, they fashioned the little body in next to no time. Now there remained only the head to finish. Two fat handfuls of snow for the cheeks and face, and a big one on top for the head. Then they put on a wee dab for the nose and poked two holes, one on each side, for the eyes.

The Literary World

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Catalogue Of English Prose Fiction And Juvenile Books

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