Folk Tales Every Child Should Know eBook

This eBook from the Gutenberg Project consists of approximately 135 pages of information about Folk Tales Every Child Should Know.

CHAPTER

I. Hans in luck
        From Grimm’s Fairy Tales.

II.  Why the sea is salt
        From “Popular Tales from the
        Norse,” by Sir George Webbe
        Dasent, D.C.L.

III.  The lad who went to the north wind
         From “Popular Tales from the
         Norse,” by Sir George Webbe
         Dasent, D.C.L.

IV.  The lad and the deil
         From “Popular Tales from the
         Norse,” by Sir George Webbe
         Dasent, D.C.L.

V. Ananzi and the lion
         From “Popular Tales from the
         Norse,” by Sir George Webbe
         Dasent, D.C.L.

VI.  The grateful foxes
         From “Tales of Old Japan,” by
         A.B.  Mitford.

VII.  The badger’s money
         From “Tales of Old Japan,” by
         A.B.  Mitford.

VIII.  Why brother bear has no tail
          From “Nights with Uncle Remus,”
          by Joel Chandler Harris.

IX.  The origin of rubies
          From “Folk Tales of Bengal,”
          by Rev. Lal Behari Day.

X. Long, broad, and Sharpsight
          Translated from the Bohemian
          by A.H.  Wratislaw, M.A., in
          “Sixty Folk Tales, from Exclusively
          Slavonic Sources.”

XI.  Intelligence and luck
          Translated from the Bohemian
          by A.H.  Wratislaw, M.A., in
          “Sixty Folk Tales, from Exclusively
          Slavonic Sources.”

XII.  George with the goat
          Translated from the Bohemian
          by A.H.  Wratislaw, M.A., in
          “Sixty Folk Tales, from Exclusively
          Slavonic Sources.”

XIII.  The wonderful hair
          Translated from the Serbian by
          A.H.  Wratislaw, M.A., in “Sixty
          Folk Tales, from Exclusively Slavonic
          Sources.”

XIV.  The dragon and the prince
          Translated from the Serbian
          by A.H.  Wratislaw, M.A., in
          “Sixty Folk Tales, from Exclusively
          Slavonic Sources.”

XV.  The good children
          A Little Russian story of Galicia. 
          Translated by A.H. 
          Wratislaw, M.A., in “Sixty
          Folk Tales, from Exclusively
          Slavonic Sources.”

XVI.  The dun horse
          From “Pawnee Hero Stories
          and Folk Tales,” by George
          Bird Grinnell.

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