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Beauty and the Beast and Other Stories

Excerpt: Beauty and the beast Once upon a time there was a very rich merchant who had six children three boys and three girls. As he was kind father, he spared no pains in bringing them up, and had they taught everything that was good.

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The Bashful Earthquake

By: Oliver Herford

Excerpt: The earthquake rumbled and mumbled and grumbled and then he bumped, and everything tumbled Bumpyty-thump! Thumpyty-bump!

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The Son of Tarzan

By: Edgar Rice Burroughs

Chapter 1: The long boat of the Marjorie W. was floating down the broad Ugambi with ebb tide and current. Her crew was lazily enjoying this respite from the arduous labor of rowing up stream. Three miles below them lay the Marjorie W. herself, quite ready to sail so soon as they should have clambered aboard and swung the long boat to its davits. Presently the attention of every man was drawn from his dreaming or his gossiping to the northern bank of the river. There, scr...

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Alice and Beatrice

By: Grandmamma

Excerpt: VISIT TO GRANDMAMMA WALKS TO THE SEASHORE BATHING IN THE SEA. Alice and Beatrice were two little girls of about four and six years of age. They were staying with their grandmamma. Alice and Beatrice were very glad to be with their grandmamma, for she lived in the country and near the sea. They liked to see -the green fields, full of pretty flowers, and to play in the nice large garden, and to walk up and down the high hills that were on all sides the house, and ...

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The Adventure of Walter and the Rabbit

By: Milton Goldsmith

Excerpt: Walter's family had just moved into the country, and everything was so new to him. You see, he had been living in the crowded city all his life,...

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Baby's Abc Book

Excerpt: A is the Anvil on which the blacksmith does pound, While the bright shining sparks fly all around. B is for bat and also for ball, when Edwin plays He always gets a hard fall.

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All through the Day the Mother Goose Way

By: Jean Broadhurst

Excerpt: It is with pleasure that the author acknowledges the generous aid given in the preparation of this book. The text has benefitted by the advice and criticism of Miss Emma Dolfinger of the Normal School at Louisville, Kentucky; Miss Annie E. Moore, of Teachers College, New York City; Miss Alice Phelps, of the Horace Mann School, New York City; Miss Mary Morris, Perth Amboy, New Jersey; and Miss Marion Lerrigo, Topeka, Kansas.

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Fairy Tales for Little People

By: Christine Catrevas

Excerpt: Along time ago in merry England, there lived a rich landowner and his wife and their two little children who were the delight of their hearts.

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Nellie's Christmas Eve

Excerpt: It was just before Christmas the fast coming night fell in darkness and storm every object was white with the soft drifting snow falling steadily down on the housetops and streets of a new England town.

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Father Bunny and His Birds

By: Laura Rountree Smith

Chapter I: Early visitors Hark to the tale of Father Bunny! If you think his story funny, Then I will introduce to you His little Bird friends fond and true.

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An Inland Voyage

By: Robert Louis Stevenson

Excerpt: My dear Cigarette, It was enough that you should have shared so liberally in the rains and portages of our voyage; that you should have had so hard a paddle to recover the derelict Arethusa on the flooded Oise; and that you should thenceforth have piloted a mere wreck of mankind to Origin Sainte-Benoite and a supper so eagerly desired. It was perhaps more than enough, as you once somewhat piteously complained, that I should have set down all the strong language ...

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The Tale of Ferdinand Frog

By: Arthur Scott Bailey

Excerpt: THERE was something about Ferdinand Frog that made everybody smile...

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Adventures of Gerard

By: Sir Arthur Conan Doyle

Excerpt: I hope that some readers may possibly be interested in these little tales of the Napoleonic soldiers to the extent of following them up to the springs from which they flow. The age was rich in military material, some of it the most human and the most picturesque that I have ever read. Setting aside historical works or the biographies of the leaders, there is a mass of evidence written by the actual fighting men themselves, which describes their feelings and thei...

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Belle River Friends in Wings and Feathers

By: Bertha Clark

Excerpt: TO the Boys and Girls This page is for the boys and girls who will read the Belle River Stories. Belle River was not too large. It was not too small.

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Robur-Le-Conquerant

By: Jules Verne

Les deux coups de pistolet partirent presque en meme temps. Une vache, qui paissait a cinquante pas de la, recut une des balles dans l?echine. Elle n?etait pour rien dans l?affaire, cependant. Ni l?un ni l?autre des deux adversaires n?avait ete touche. Quels etaient ces deux gentlemen? On ne sait, et, cependant, c?eut ete la, sans doute, l?occasion de faire parvenir leurs noms a la posterite. Tout ce qu?on peut dire, c?est que le plus age etait Anglais, le plus jeune Ame...

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Snip and Snap and the Poll Parrot

By: George C. Mason

Excerpt: Fox terrier Dogs were snip and snap who lay asleep one day Curled up together in a chair both tired out from play.

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Grasshopper Green and the Meadow-Mice

By: John Rae

Excerpt: This is the story of the grasshopper that fiddled all summer and didn't have any place to go when the cold winter wind began to blow.

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A Voyage in a Balloon

By: Jules Verne

Excerpt: In the month of September, 1850, I arrived at Frankfort-on-the-Maine. My passage through the principal cities of Germany, had been brilliantly marked by aerostatic ascensions; but, up to this day, no inhabitant of the Confederation had accompanied me, and the successful experiments at Paris of Messrs. Green, Godard, and Poitevin, had failed to induce the grave Germans to attempt aerial voyages.

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Children of the Wigwam

By: Annie Chase

Excerpt: This little story was woven from threads of facts with the hope of arousing among the young people some slight appreciation of the original nature of the Indian and some interest in his home life and habits.

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Three Little Kittens : A Story for Little Tots

By: Uncle Milton; Defeo, Jay, 1929
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