By: Walter Crane (1845-1915)
|The Song of Sixpence Picture Book|
By: Walter De la Mare (1873-1956)
The Three Mulla-mulgars
Three monkey brothers, Thumb, Thimble, and Nod, are Mulla-mulgars or royal monkeys. As she dies, their mother gives them the enchanted Wonderstone for protection, and tells them to follow their father. They embark on a journey of fantastical adventure to find their father, who left years earlier in search of the kingdom of his brother, the Prince of the Valleys of Tishnar, promising to return for them after he had found the way.
By: Wilhelm Grimm (1786-1859)
|Household Tales by Brothers Grimm|
By: Wilhelm Hauff (1802-1827)
|The Oriental Story Book A Collection of Tales|
By: William Cullen Bryant (1794-1878)
|The Little People of the Snow|
By: William Elliot Griffis (1843-1928)
|Welsh Fairy Tales|
|Dutch Fairy Tales for Young Folks|
By: William Patten (1868-1946)
The Junior Classics
The purpose of The Junior Classics is to provide, in ten volumes containing about five thousand pages, a classified collection of tales, stories, and poems, both ancient and modern, suitable for boys and girls of from six to sixteen years of age.
By: William Scott-Elliot (?-1930)
Story of Atlantis and the Lost Lemuria
This volume contains two publications by W. Scott-Elliot, namely The Story of Atlantis (1896) and The Lost Lemuria (1904). A theosophist and believer of the Occult, W. Scott-Elliot gives us a description of the history and structure of Atlantis and Lemuria, along with what he considers evidence of this. The Story of Atlantis is prefaced by Alfred Percy Sinnett.
By: William W.Denslow (1856-1915)
|Denslow's Three Bears|
By: Yei Theodora Ozaki
Japanese Fairy Tales
Many of us are familiar with Grimm's Fairy Tales, or children's stories from France, England, China, India and Germany, but are less aware of similar folk tales and children's stories from Japan. Japanese Fairy Tales by Yei Theodora Ozaki captures the exotic flavor, traditions and customs of this ancient land. Published in 1903 entitled the Japanese Fairy Book, the title was changed in the 1908 edition to Japanese Fairy Tales. Theodora Ozaki was the daughter of a wealthy Japanese aristocrat Baron Ozaki, the first Japanese man to study in the West, and his wife, an American schoolteacher's daughter...