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Illustrated Treasury of Childrens Literature

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        StatementOpen Court Pub Co
        PublishersOpen Court Pub Co
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        LC ClassificationsJune 1991
        The Physical Object
        Paginationxvi, 101 p. :
        Number of Pages89
        ID Numbers
        ISBN 10081261108X
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Childrens' Stories Illustrated by Bette Davis Selected by the Child Study Association of America Racine: Whitman Publishing Company, 1950, 1963 319 pages, 43 stories and poems, 1-color illustrations Contents include: The Tale of Corally Crothers Romney Gay"Quack" said Jesusha Mildred MerrymanGone is Gone Wanda GagThe Yellow Shop Rachel FieldBlue Rocking Chair Tells a Story Carolyn BaileyThe Giant is Lost Alice DalglieshThe Old Trolley Car Caroline EmersonThe Peddler's Clock Mabel Leigh Hunt.

All the fairy tales are really true to the originals, which I appreciate and it has some great literature.

The Illustrated Treasury of Children's Literature (0448041014) by Margaret E. Martignon...

Vol 2 Green cover Stories of Wonder• I once saw a copy in a charity shop and for some reason I didn't buy it, something I regretted almost immediately. I once saw a copy in a charity shop and for some reason I didn't buy it, something I regretted almost immediately.

Grubby book may have mild dirt or some staining, mostly on the edges of pages. Or better yet, an entire section devoted to Children's Classics? This might be a strange use since this book is meant to read to children for their enjoyment but it shows the versatility of the books users.

Acclaimed writer, editor, and publisher Armand Eisen brings together timeless childhood favorites in this one-of-a-kind anthology, a perfect bedside companion ready to Illustrated Treasury of Childrens Literature picked up again and again. I'm not finding this copy online anywhere.

Is the purpose to entice children into reading the whole works? Contents abridged in later editions of this book. Begins very simply, and gets more sophisticated as it goes along e.

Illustrated Treasury Children's Literature

Rabbit, He's a Good Fisherman ; Adventures of Real Children including Hans Brinker, Heidi ; and Legends and Myths including Greek Myths, Robin Hood. Time-tested favorites from hundreds of the world's most popular children's books have been selected and assembled in this one-volume library. Overall, it holds hundreds of tales and excerpts from all kinds of stories.

Here is an image that I remember staring at and wondering about. The Provensen Book of Fairy Tales Compiled and Illustrated by Alice and Martin Provensen NY: Random House, 1971 Contents: The Lost Half-Hour; Feather o' my Wing; The Nightingale; Beauty and the Beast; The Forest Bride; The Three Wishes; The Dreamer; The Swan Maiden; The Happy Prince; The Prince and the Goose Girl; Prince Rabbit; The Seven Simons. If I could only choose a handful of books to share with a wee child, this collection would be on the list.

Sat down with it and didn't stop reading until I was done. I like tapping into this anthology because I always rediscover books I had completely forgotten about.

Some of the tales are well know, such as Cinderella or The Ugly Duckling, but it also has stories I have never seen anywhere else, like The Nightingale and Br'er Rabbit. I liked the illustrations in this anthology more than the selection of tales to include, which didn't seem to follow any particularly methodical criteria, other than perhaps popularity, because Illustrated Treasury of Childrens Literature a hodge-podge of stories by the Grimms, Perrault, and Andersen with folk tales from Russia, adding in a dash Illustrated Treasury of Childrens Literature creepy with E.

This is especially true with those that are my favorites, the ones that I must have made her read to me over and over again.