Studies in the Teaching of English: Bibliography of Children's Reading. Part I by Franklin T. Baker — 1908OLD FAIRY TALES
Æsop's Fables. Lothrop. 4to. Ill. Attractive edition. 7 to 10.
Æsop's Fables. Caldwell, Young Folks' Library Series. 16mo. Ill. Pp. 215.
Æsop's Fables. Crowell, C. F. C. Series. 18mo. Ill.
Andersen, Hans Christian. Fairy Tales. Crowell, Children's Favorite Classics Series. 18mo. Ill. 8 to 12.
Fairy Tales. Estes. 4to. Finely illustrated. Pp. 190. Fine edition.
Fairy Tales. Macmillan. Pocket Classic Series. 16mo. Pp. 452. A selected group.
The Little Mermaid, and other Stories, selected from Andersen. Putnam. 8vo. Well illustrated. Pp. 384.
Stories and Tales. Houghton, M. 12mo. Well illustrated. Pp. 532. Well told versions of these classic stories. 7 to 10.
Stories. University. Standard Lit. Series. 16mo. Pp. 123. Selected and simplified. 7 to 9.
Asbjörnsen, P. C. & Moe, J. E. Norwegian Fairy Tales; translated by Abel Heywood, illustrated by Bessie Du Val. 18vo. Routledge. 8 to 12.
Asbjörnsen, P. C. Round the Yule Log; Christmas in Norway; translated by H. L. Brokestad, illustrated by L. J. Bridgman. Estes. Pp. 32. Ill. (Christmas in Many Lands Series.) 8 to 12.
Tales from the Fjeld; a series of popular tales from the Norse, by G. W. Dasent, illustrated by Moyr Smith. Putnam. New ed. 403 pp. 8 to 12.
Audubon, H. B. Famous Fairy Tales, told in words of one syllable. Lippincott. 8vo. Ill, 7 to 10.
Aulnoy, M. C. Fairy Tales; newly translated into English with an introduction
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