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Fairy Tales Every Child Should Know (English Edition) [Format Kindle]

Hamilton Wright Mabie
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This book was converted from its physical edition to the digital format by a community of volunteers. You may find it for free on the web. Purchase of the Kindle edition includes wireless delivery.

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  • Format : Format Kindle
  • Taille du fichier : 712 KB
  • Nombre de pages de l'édition imprimée : 126 pages
  • Pagination - ISBN de l'édition imprimée de référence : 1486152236
  • Utilisation simultanée de l'appareil : Illimité
  • Vendu par : Amazon Media EU S.à r.l.
  • Langue : Anglais
  • ASIN: B0083ZL5EY
  • Synthèse vocale : Activée
  • X-Ray :
  • Word Wise: Activé
  • Composition améliorée: Activé
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 Kids enjoy it 1 novembre 2013
Par phil
Format:Format Kindle|Achat vérifié
The book, Fairy Tales Every Child Should Know , is a very good book for our kids and they really enjoy.
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2.0 étoiles sur 5 OK 7 mars 2014
Par Raymond Ritz - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format:Format Kindle
It was a good book but I don't recommend it for children under the age of 12. I'm 10 and I had a hard time reading it. It's pretty good at the first part, but then the stories get longer and the words get much more complicated. These stories are the oldest versions and some of them are quite gruesome. Don't waste your time on this book. Keep looking.
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2.0 étoiles sur 5 It's awesome book anyway and a piece of art 25 septembre 2015
Par Helen Ronaldo - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format:Format Kindle|Achat vérifié
It's awesome book anyway and a piece of art.
BUT there're other fairy tales books I like more.
I bought “Three Lamps and Other Polish Tales” (http://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B014JMZ8GA), and I read the first 100 pages and it's awesome book!
Overall, Polish Fairy Tales is a charming, clever, entertaining work.
For instance, here are a couple of tales from this book:
1)“Once upon a time, there were two neighbors.
A neighbor’s name was Kukolka, and the other’s was Kukolochka.
Kukolka was very rich, and Kukolochka was very poor. Misfortune lived on his stove. It looked very much like an owl. Whatever he earned, she would either gulp or take to the rich man.
Kukolochka grew angry, for Misfortune had taken away everything, and he did not have a bread crumb in his house. He took along his wife, a jointer, and a piece of a wooden board, and went to the woods. Seeing it, Misfortune cried after them, “Hey, where are you going?” “We are sick and tired of misfortune; we are going to the woods.”
Misfortune laughed and said that she was going to arrive before they reached the forest. They reached a small river, put the board across it, crossed the river, and took the board off. Looking back, they saw Misfortune running after them, carrying a log on her shoulders. She reached the bank, threw the log across the river, crossed it, and caught up with them in the woods.
Misfortune saw Kukolochka making wood wedges. She asked, “Why are you making wedges?” Kukolochka replied, “Can you see the hollow fir tree? I will hide from you in the hollow and batten the hole, for I am sick of living with you.” Misfortune laughed, “He, he. I will be the first to get into the fir tree and wait for you.”
She was in the hollow in no time. Kukolochka grabbed a board, shut the hole, and nailed it down with the wedges. He and his wife returned to the house, leaving Misfortune in the hollow. They chanced to find a bag of money on their way and lived in abundance ever after. Kukolochka would come to the forest every once in a while, look at the hollow, and plug the wedges deeper to prevent Misfortune from escaping.
Seeing it, Kukolka thought that his neighbor was hiding treasures in the fir tree. He came there and took the wedges out. Misfortune jumped out of the hollow and moved to Kukolka’s house.
Kukolochka was now rich, and Kukolka became poor.”
2) “In winter, when the frost is bitter, the Dog curls up, covering his body with his tail, shivers and thinks, “I cannot wait for summer to come! I will surely build a kennel, at least a small and rickety one!”
As soon as summer comes, the Dog mellows in the sunshine, stretching his legs, his tail loose. Stretching and looking around, he says, “I would have to build a very large kennel. That would be a great deal of trouble! No need to bother. I can do without it!””

“Polish Fairy Tales” the following stories:
1.SERMON
2.THREE LAMPS
3.ABOUT A SIMPLE MAN WHO COMFORTED HIS MASTER
4.PEOPLE GETTING RICH
5.DO WIVES LIKE THIS EXIST?
6.THE OWL AND THE HAWK
7.THE REASON WHY THE HARE EATS NO MEAT
8.THE DOG’S WINTER THOUGHTS AND SUMMER THOUGHTS
9.IS THERE JUSTICE IN THIS WORLD?
10.MAZEK’S DEBT
11.VERY WORST PUNISHMENT
12.MARIA: WHAT IS DESTINED TO COME SHALL COME
13.IT DOES NOT STAB, NOR DOES IT SHOOT, YET IT KNOCKS ONE SENSELESS
14.ABOUT A RICH GENTLEMAN
15.HOW A SMITH WORKED HIS WAY TO HEAVEN
16.ABOUT A PRINCE WHO DID NOT WANT TO DIE
17.ANUSZKA THE GOLDEN BRAID
18.A PRESENT FOR THE KINGS’ GODSON
19.ABOUT THE KING’S SON
20.HOW A SIMPLE MAN’S SON BECAME THE KING AND MARRIED A SEA GIRL
21.HOW THE DOG GOT THE WOLF WEAR BOOTS
22.GUSTEK’S MISFORTUNE
23.THE TWO BROTHERS
24.MIRACLE AT THE MILL
25.LARK AND THE WOLF
26.THE TALE OF THE SPELLBOUND PIKE
27.OSTRUDA STONE
28.LAZY GIRL
29.THE DWARF AND THE BEAR
30.NOBLEMAN AND MICHAL
31.PUNISHED FOR GUILE
32.MISFORTUNE
33.THE RAM BROTHER AND THE DUCK SISTER
34.THE SHEPHERD
35.ABOUT TWO GIRLS, A KIND ONE AND A WICKED ONE
36.THE GIRL AND THE PRINCE IN THE COW’S SKIN
37.GOLDEN FISH
38.GOLD TROT
39.HEALING WATER
40.PRINCE AND HIS HELPERS
41.ABOUT THE COCKEREL
42.THE FISHERMAN’S SON AND THE WATER MAN’S DAUGHTER
43.BOY AND HIS DOG AND CAT, AND THE LION CUB
44.THE MAN WHO WENT TO ASK THE SUN
45.THE MAGIC GUN, THE FIDDLE, AND THE BOOTS
46.THE GLASS HILL
47.FEAR
48.TITELITURY
49.THE TAILOR’S WIFE AND THE COUNTESS
50.HOW THE SLUG DEFEATED THE FOX
There is an active table of contents.
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4.0 étoiles sur 5 Tales As Written 4 juin 2014
Par el Tea - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format:Format Kindle|Achat vérifié
These tales are left as originally written with all their unhappy endings, inaccuracies of history, cultures, and geography intact. These stories have NOT been made pretty for children accustomed to Disney. There were a few tales I had never heard before, and I consider myself to have had greater exposure than average to old versions of fairy tales and folk stories. I think the title of the book is not quite true. Several tales are quite gory and these tales should be read first by the adult before deciding if they are appropriate for the child(ren) in question. I find many of the tales to be perplexing because good doesn't always win over evil. Lazy, uncaring children do fabulously well, and making the smallest of errors can prove to be deadly and without recourse.
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1.0 étoiles sur 5 Don't like some stories 31 mars 2014
Par Rhe Rhe - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format:Format Kindle|Achat vérifié
Some of the stories in this book would scare my daughter. Too much magic and creepy stories. I don't want my 7 year old thinking about a little girl with one eye in the middle of her forehead trying to go to sleep. Creepy.. It's just too much. I wonder about some of these writers sometimes... I don't recommend this at all. But if you are into magic and potions and witches for your child, then have fun! Not for my family.
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3.0 étoiles sur 5 Not for Young Children 21 juin 2013
Par DogMike - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format:Format Kindle|Achat vérifié
These fairy tales are not the version most of us have known for years. The basic story is the same but these are rather scary. There is a lot of cutting off heads and threats to eat children. Granted, most have "happy ever after" endings but the gruesome details might give little children nightmares.
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