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Just So Stories for Little Children

Category: Children's Novel  Author:Rudyard Kipling 

IN the sea, once upon a time, O my Best Beloved, there was a Whale, and he ate fishes. He ate the starfish and the garfish, and the crab and the dab, and the plaice and the dace, and the skate and his mate, and the mackereel and the pickereel, and the really truly twirly-whirly eel.


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Fantastic Fables

Category: Children's Novel  Author:Ambrose Bierce 

 This unique book is composed of 245 "beautiful fable", each one is Bierce by sharp insight to the greedy politicians, not so holy saint, members of the Legislative Council, doctors, judges and diplomats, observation and evaluation of the classic. Many people like to read long story, but the real fable style, such as Bierce works, he i...


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The complete Andersen

Category: Children's Novel  Author:Hans Christian Anders 

Hans Christian Andersen (Hans Christian Andersen, April 2, 1805 August 4th 1875) Danish writer, poet, because of his fairy tale world famous. His most famous fairy tales, "tin soldier", "the snow queen", "the thumb girl", "the little match girl", "the ugly duckling" and "red" etc.. The creation of the fairy tale called "Andersen's fair...


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Fantastic Fables

Category: Children's Novel  Author:Ambrose Bierce 

This unique book is composed of 245 "beautiful fable", each is a Bierce by sharp insight of greedy politicians, less holy saint, lawmakers, doctors, judges, diplomats and people such as observation and evaluation of classic. Many people like to read a long story, but the real fable style, such as Bierce's works, he personification to o...


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The Crimson Fairy Book

Category: Children's Novel  Author:Andrew Lang 

Each Fairy Book demands a preface from the Editor, and these introductions are inevitably both monotonous and unavailing. A sense of literary honesty compels the Editor to keep repeating that he is the Editor, and not the author of the Fairy Tales, just as a distinguished man of science is only the Editor, not the Author of Nature. Lik...


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