Children's Literature A Textbook of Sources for Teachers and Teacher-Training Classes
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Children's Literature A Textbook of Sources for Teachers and Teacher-Training Classes

By Erle Elsworth Clippinger, Charles Madison Curry
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  • CHILDREN'S LITERATURE
  • A TEXTBOOK OF SOURCES FOR TEACHERS AND TEACHER-TRAINING CLASSES EDITED, WITH INTRODUCTIONS, NOTES, AND BIBLIOGRAPHIES by
  • CHARLES MADISON CURRY
    • and
    • ERLE ELSWORTH CLIPPINGER
  • THE CONTENTS
  • SECTION I
    • PREFACE AND GENERAL INTRODUCTION
  • SELECTED GENERAL BIBLIOGRAPHY
    • I. GENERAL COLLECTIONS OF CHILDREN'S LITERATURE
    • II. HISTORICAL DEVELOPMENT
    • III. GUIDES IN TEACHING
      • 1. SPECIFIC PEDAGOGY
    • 1. SPECIFIC PEDAGOGY
    • 2. MORE GENERAL AND INSPIRATIONAL
    • 3. GUIDES TO BOOKS FOR CHILDREN
    • IV. BOOKS ON STORY-TELLING
    • V. ON DRAMATIZATION
    • VI. THE BIBLE AS LITERATURE FOR CHILDREN
    • VII. SOME INTERPRETATIONS OF CHILDHOOD
    • VIII. SOCIAL AND PSYCHOLOGICAL BACKGROUND
  • CHILDREN'S LITERATURE
  • SECTION I. PREFACE AND GENERAL INTRODUCTION
    • THE PREFACE
  • GENERAL INTRODUCTION
    • 1. LITERATURE FOR CHILDREN
    • 2. LITERATURE IN THE GRADES
    • 3. STORY-TELLING AND DRAMATIZATION
    • 4. COURSES OF STUDY
  • SECTION II
    • MOTHER GOOSE JINGLES AND NURSERY RHYMES
  • BIBLIOGRAPHY
    • I. IMPORTANT IN TRACING THE MOTHER GOOSE CANON
    • II. IMPORTANT MODERN COLLECTIONS
    • III. NURSERY RHYMES WITH MUSIC
    • IV. STUDIES
  • SECTION II. MOTHER GOOSE JINGLES AND NURSERY RHYMES
    • INTRODUCTORY
    • SUGGESTIONS FOR READING
    • 1
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    • 8
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    • 103
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    • 105
    • 106
    • 107
    • 108
    • 109
    • 110
    • 111
    • 112
    • 113
    • 114
    • 115
    • 116
      • MILKWEED SEEDS
    • MILKWEED SEEDS
    • 117
      • AN ANNIVERSARY
    • AN ANNIVERSARY
    • 118
      • TWINK! TWINK!
    • TWINK! TWINK!
    • 119
      • A WAS AN APPLE-PIE
    • A WAS AN APPLE-PIE
    • 120
      • TOM THUMB'S ALPHABET
    • TOM THUMB'S ALPHABET
    • 121
      • WHERE ARE YOU GOING
    • WHERE ARE YOU GOING
    • 122
      • MOLLY AND I
    • MOLLY AND I
    • 123
      • LONDON BRIDGE
    • LONDON BRIDGE
    • 124
      • I SAW A SHIP
    • I SAW A SHIP
    • 125
      • THERE WAS AN OLD WOMAN
    • THERE WAS AN OLD WOMAN
    • 126
      • LITTLE BO-PEEP
    • LITTLE BO-PEEP
    • 127
      • COCK A DOODLE DOO
    • COCK A DOODLE DOO
    • 128
      • THREE JOVIAL HUNTSMEN
    • THREE JOVIAL HUNTSMEN
    • 129
      • THERE WAS A LITTLE MAN
    • THERE WAS A LITTLE MAN
    • 130
      • TAFFY
    • TAFFY
    • 131
      • SIMPLE SIMON
    • SIMPLE SIMON
    • 132
      • A FARMER WENT TROTTING
    • A FARMER WENT TROTTING
    • 133
      • TOM THE PIPER'S SON
    • TOM THE PIPER'S SON
    • 134
      • WHEN I WAS A LITTLE BOY
    • WHEN I WAS A LITTLE BOY
    • 135
      • THE BABES IN THE WOOD
    • THE BABES IN THE WOOD
    • 136
      • THE FOX AND HIS WIFE
    • THE FOX AND HIS WIFE
    • 137
      • FOR WANT OF A NAIL
    • FOR WANT OF A NAIL
    • 138
      • A MAN OF WORDS
    • A MAN OF WORDS
    • 139
      • JEMIMA
    • JEMIMA
    • 140
      • MOTHER HUBBARD AND HER DOG
    • MOTHER HUBBARD AND HER DOG
    • 141
      • THE COURTSHIP, MERRY MARRIAGE, AND PICNIC DINNER OF COCK ROBIN AND JENNY WREN;
      • THE DOLEFUL DEATH OF COCK ROBIN
    • THE COURTSHIP, MERRY MARRIAGE, AND PICNIC DINNER OF COCK ROBIN AND JENNY WREN;
    • THE DOLEFUL DEATH OF COCK ROBIN
    • 142
      • THE BURIAL OF POOR COCK ROBIN
    • THE BURIAL OF POOR COCK ROBIN
    • 143
      • DAME WIGGINS OF LEE, AND HER SEVEN WONDERFUL CATS
    • DAME WIGGINS OF LEE, AND HER SEVEN WONDERFUL CATS
    • 144
      • THIS IS THE HOUSE THAT JACK BUILT
    • THIS IS THE HOUSE THAT JACK BUILT
    • 145
      • THE EGG IN THE NEST
    • THE EGG IN THE NEST
    • 146
      • CHANGE ABOUT
    • CHANGE ABOUT
  • SECTION III
    • FAIRY STORIES—TRADITIONAL TALES
  • BIBLIOGRAPHY
    • I. STANDARD GENERAL COLLECTIONS
    • II. NATIONAL COLLECTIONS
    • III. THE SCIENCE OF FOLKLORE
    • IV. PEDAGOGY
  • SECTION III: FAIRY STORIES—TRADITIONAL TALES
    • INTRODUCTORY
    • SUGGESTIONS
    • 147
      • THE OLD WOMAN AND HER PIG
    • THE OLD WOMAN AND HER PIG
    • 148
      • HENNY-PENNY
    • HENNY-PENNY
    • 149
      • TEENY-TINY
    • TEENY-TINY
    • 150
      • THE CAT AND THE MOUSE
    • THE CAT AND THE MOUSE
    • 151
      • THE STORY OF THE THREE LITTLE PIGS
    • THE STORY OF THE THREE LITTLE PIGS
    • 152
      • TITTY MOUSE AND TATTY MOUSE
    • TITTY MOUSE AND TATTY MOUSE
    • 153
      • THE STORY OF THE THREE BEARS
    • THE STORY OF THE THREE BEARS
    • 154
      • THE THREE SILLIES
    • THE THREE SILLIES
    • 155
      • LAZY JACK
    • LAZY JACK
    • 156
      • THE STORY OF MR. VINEGAR
    • THE STORY OF MR. VINEGAR
    • 157
      • JACK AND THE BEAN-STALK
    • JACK AND THE BEAN-STALK
    • 158
      • TOM THUMB
    • TOM THUMB
    • 159
      • WHITTINGTON AND HIS CAT
    • WHITTINGTON AND HIS CAT
    • 160
      • TOM TIT TOT
    • TOM TIT TOT
    • 161
      • LITTLE RED RIDING-HOOD
    • LITTLE RED RIDING-HOOD
    • 162
      • TRUE HISTORY OF LITTLE GOLDEN HOOD
    • TRUE HISTORY OF LITTLE GOLDEN HOOD
    • 163
      • PUSS-IN-BOOTS
    • PUSS-IN-BOOTS
    • 164
      • TOADS AND DIAMONDS
    • TOADS AND DIAMONDS
    • 165
      • CINDERELLA, OR THE LITTLE GLASS SLIPPER
    • CINDERELLA, OR THE LITTLE GLASS SLIPPER
    • 166
      • DRAKESTAIL
    • DRAKESTAIL
    • 167
      • BEAUTY AND THE BEAST
    • BEAUTY AND THE BEAST
    • 168
      • WHY THE BEAR IS STUMPY-TAILED
    • WHY THE BEAR IS STUMPY-TAILED
    • 169
      • THE THREE BILLY-GOATS GRUFF
    • THE THREE BILLY-GOATS GRUFF
    • 170
      • THE HUSBAND WHO WAS TO MIND THE HOUSE
    • THE HUSBAND WHO WAS TO MIND THE HOUSE
    • 171
      • BOOTS AND HIS BROTHERS
    • BOOTS AND HIS BROTHERS
    • 172
      • THE QUERN AT THE BOTTOM OF THE SEA
    • THE QUERN AT THE BOTTOM OF THE SEA
    • 173
      • THE TRAVELING MUSICIANS
    • THE TRAVELING MUSICIANS
    • 174
      • THE BLUE LIGHT
    • THE BLUE LIGHT
    • 175
      • THE ELVES AND THE SHOEMAKER
    • THE ELVES AND THE SHOEMAKER
    • 176
      • THE FISHERMAN AND HIS WIFE
    • THE FISHERMAN AND HIS WIFE
    • 177
      • ROSE-BUD
    • ROSE-BUD
    • 178
      • RUMPELSTILTSKIN
    • RUMPELSTILTSKIN
    • 179
      • SNOW-WHITE AND ROSE-RED
    • SNOW-WHITE AND ROSE-RED
    • 180
      • THE LAMBIKIN
    • THE LAMBIKIN
    • 181
      • TIT FOR TAT
    • TIT FOR TAT
    • 182
      • THE TIGER, THE BRAHMAN, AND THE JACKAL
    • THE TIGER, THE BRAHMAN, AND THE JACKAL
    • 183
      • PRIDE GOETH BEFORE A FALL
    • PRIDE GOETH BEFORE A FALL
    • 184
      • THE MIRROR OF MATSUYAMA
    • THE MIRROR OF MATSUYAMA
    • 185
      • THE TONGUE-CUT SPARROW
    • THE TONGUE-CUT SPARROW
    • 186
      • THE STRAW OX
    • THE STRAW OX
    • 187
      • CONNLA AND THE FAIRY MAIDEN
    • CONNLA AND THE FAIRY MAIDEN
    • 188
      • THE HORNED WOMEN
    • THE HORNED WOMEN
    • 189
      • KING O'TOOLE AND HIS GOOSE
    • KING O'TOOLE AND HIS GOOSE
  • SECTION IV
    • FAIRY STORIES—MODERN FANTASTIC TALES
  • BIBLIOGRAPHY
  • SECTION IV: FAIRY STORIES—MODERN FANTASTIC TALES
    • INTRODUCTORY
    • SUGGESTIONS FOR READING
    • 190
      • A FOUR-LEAVED CLOVER
    • A FOUR-LEAVED CLOVER
    • 191
      • THE LORD HELPETH MAN AND BEAST
    • THE LORD HELPETH MAN AND BEAST
    • 192
      • THE REAL PRINCESS
    • THE REAL PRINCESS
    • 193
      • THE EMPEROR'S NEW CLOTHES
    • THE EMPEROR'S NEW CLOTHES
    • 194
      • THE NIGHTINGALE
    • THE NIGHTINGALE
    • 195
      • THE FIR TREE
    • THE FIR TREE
    • 196
      • THE TINDER-BOX
    • THE TINDER-BOX
    • 197
      • THE HARDY TIN SOLDIER
    • THE HARDY TIN SOLDIER
    • 198
      • THE UGLY DUCKLING
    • THE UGLY DUCKLING
    • 199
      • THE STORY OF FAIRYFOOT
    • THE STORY OF FAIRYFOOT
    • 200
      • THE HAPPY PRINCE
    • THE HAPPY PRINCE
    • 201
      • THE KNIGHTS OF THE SILVER SHIELD
    • THE KNIGHTS OF THE SILVER SHIELD
    • 202
      • THE PRINCE'S DREAM
    • THE PRINCE'S DREAM
    • 203
      • OLD PIPES AND THE DRYAD
    • OLD PIPES AND THE DRYAD
    • 204
      • THE KING OF THE GOLDEN RIVER OR THE BLACK BROTHERS
    • THE KING OF THE GOLDEN RIVER OR THE BLACK BROTHERS
  • SECTION V
    • FABLES AND SYMBOLIC STORIES
  • BIBLIOGRAPHY
    • SUGGESTIONS FOR READING
  • SECTION V: FABLES AND SYMBOLIC STORIES
    • INTRODUCTORY
    • 205
      • THE SHEPHERD'S BOY
    • THE SHEPHERD'S BOY
    • 206
      • THE LION AND THE MOUSE
    • THE LION AND THE MOUSE
    • 207
      • THE CROW AND THE PITCHER
    • THE CROW AND THE PITCHER
    • 208
      • THE FROG AND THE OX
    • THE FROG AND THE OX
    • 209
      • THE FROGS DESIRING A KING
    • THE FROGS DESIRING A KING
    • 210
      • THE FIELD MOUSE AND THE TOWN MOUSE
    • THE FIELD MOUSE AND THE TOWN MOUSE
    • 211
      • THE CITY MOUSE AND THE GARDEN MOUSE
    • THE CITY MOUSE AND THE GARDEN MOUSE
    • 212
      • THE COUNTRY MOUSE AND THE TOWN MOUSE
    • THE COUNTRY MOUSE AND THE TOWN MOUSE
    • 213
      • ANDROCLES
    • ANDROCLES
    • 214
      • ANDROCLES AND THE LION
    • ANDROCLES AND THE LION
    • 215
      • THE WIND AND THE SUN
    • THE WIND AND THE SUN
    • 216
      • THE GOOSE WITH THE GOLDEN EGGS
    • THE GOOSE WITH THE GOLDEN EGGS
    • 217
      • THE HEN WITH THE GOLDEN EGGS
    • THE HEN WITH THE GOLDEN EGGS
    • 218
      • THE WOLF IN SHEEP'S CLOTHING
    • THE WOLF IN SHEEP'S CLOTHING
    • 219
      • THE HARE AND THE TORTOISE
    • THE HARE AND THE TORTOISE
    • 220
      • THE MILLER, HIS SON, AND THEIR ASS
    • THE MILLER, HIS SON, AND THEIR ASS
    • 221
      • THE TRAVELERS AND THE BEAR
    • THE TRAVELERS AND THE BEAR
    • 222
      • THE LARK AND HER YOUNG ONES
    • THE LARK AND HER YOUNG ONES
    • 223
      • THE OLD MAN AND HIS SONS
    • THE OLD MAN AND HIS SONS
    • 224
      • THE FOX AND THE GRAPES
    • THE FOX AND THE GRAPES
    • 225
      • THE WIDOW AND THE HEN
    • THE WIDOW AND THE HEN
    • 226
      • THE KID AND THE WOLF
    • THE KID AND THE WOLF
    • 227
      • THE MAN AND THE SATYR
    • THE MAN AND THE SATYR
    • 228
      • THE DOG AND THE SHADOW
    • THE DOG AND THE SHADOW
    • 229
      • THE SWALLOW AND THE RAVEN
    • THE SWALLOW AND THE RAVEN
    • 230
      • MERCURY AND THE WOODMAN
    • MERCURY AND THE WOODMAN
    • 231
      • THE MICE IN COUNCIL
    • THE MICE IN COUNCIL
    • 232
      • THE MOUNTEBANK AND THE COUNTRYMAN
    • THE MOUNTEBANK AND THE COUNTRYMAN
    • 233
      • THE MILKMAID AND HER PAIL
    • THE MILKMAID AND HER PAIL
    • 234
      • THE DAIRYWOMAN AND THE POT OF MILK
    • THE DAIRYWOMAN AND THE POT OF MILK
    • 235
      • THE STORY OF ALNASCHAR
    • THE STORY OF ALNASCHAR
    • 236
      • THE CAMEL AND THE PIG
    • THE CAMEL AND THE PIG
    • 237
      • THE ASS IN THE LION'S SKIN
    • THE ASS IN THE LION'S SKIN
    • 238
      • THE TALKATIVE TORTOISE
    • THE TALKATIVE TORTOISE
    • 239
      • A LION TRICKED BY A RABBIT
    • A LION TRICKED BY A RABBIT
    • 240
      • THE COCK AND THE FOX
    • THE COCK AND THE FOX
    • 241
      • THE GRASSHOPPER AND THE ANT
    • THE GRASSHOPPER AND THE ANT
    • 242
      • THE COCK, THE CAT, AND THE YOUNG MOUSE
    • THE COCK, THE CAT, AND THE YOUNG MOUSE
    • 243
      • THE HARE WITH MANY FRIENDS
    • THE HARE WITH MANY FRIENDS
    • 244
      • THE MUSICAL ASS
    • THE MUSICAL ASS
    • 245
      • THE SWAN, THE PIKE, AND THE CRAB
    • THE SWAN, THE PIKE, AND THE CRAB
    • 246
      • THE BRAMBLE IS MADE KING
    • THE BRAMBLE IS MADE KING
    • 247
      • THE GOOD SAMARITAN
    • THE GOOD SAMARITAN
    • 248
      • THE PRODIGAL SON
    • THE PRODIGAL SON
    • 249
      • THE ANXIOUS LEAF
    • THE ANXIOUS LEAF
    • 250
      • THE WHISTLE
    • THE WHISTLE
    • 251
      • THE EPHEMERA
    • THE EPHEMERA
    • 252
      • THE VISION OF MIRZAH
    • THE VISION OF MIRZAH
    • 253
      • THE DISCONTENTED PENDULUM
    • THE DISCONTENTED PENDULUM
    • 254
      • CROESUS AND SOLON
    • CROESUS AND SOLON
  • SECTION VI
    • MYTHS
  • BIBLIOGRAPHY
    • I. GENERAL HANDBOOKS
    • II. GREEK AND ROMAN
    • III. NORTHERN MYTHS
    • IV. NATURE MYTHS ("POURQUOI" STORIES)
    • V. CRITICAL WORKS
  • SECTION VI. MYTHS
    • INTRODUCTORY
    • SUGGESTIONS
    • 255
      • A STORY OF THE SPRINGTIME
    • A STORY OF THE SPRINGTIME
    • 256
      • THE PARADISE OF CHILDREN
    • THE PARADISE OF CHILDREN
    • 257
      • THE MIRACULOUS PITCHER
    • THE MIRACULOUS PITCHER
    • 258
      • THE NARCISSUS
    • THE NARCISSUS
    • 259
      • THE APPLE OF DISCORD
    • THE APPLE OF DISCORD
    • 260
      • ICARUS AND DAEDALUS
    • ICARUS AND DAEDALUS
    • 261
      • ADMETUS AND THE SHEPHERD
    • ADMETUS AND THE SHEPHERD
    • 262
      • MIDAS
    • MIDAS
    • 263
      • PHAËTHON
    • PHAËTHON
    • 264
      • THOR'S VISIT TO JÖTUNHEIM
    • THOR'S VISIT TO JÖTUNHEIM
    • 265
      • ODIN'S SEARCH FOR WISDOM
    • ODIN'S SEARCH FOR WISDOM
    • 266
      • HOW THE FENRIS WOLF WAS CHAINED
    • HOW THE FENRIS WOLF WAS CHAINED
    • 267
      • FREY
    • FREY
    • 268
      • THE DEATH OF BALDER
    • THE DEATH OF BALDER
  • SECTION VII
    • POETRY
  • BIBLIOGRAPHY
    • I. SOME IMPORTANT GENERAL COLLECTIONS
    • II. COLLECTIONS FOR CHILDREN
    • III. INDIVIDUAL AUTHORS
  • SECTION VII. POETRY
    • INTRODUCTORY
    • SUGGESTIONS FOR READING
    • 269
      • THE THREE LITTLE KITTENS
    • THE THREE LITTLE KITTENS
    • 270
      • THE MOON
    • THE MOON
    • 271
      • RUNAWAY BROOK
    • RUNAWAY BROOK
    • 272
      • DING DONG! DING DONG!
    • DING DONG! DING DONG!
    • 273
      • THE LITTLE KITTY
    • THE LITTLE KITTY
    • 274
      • MARY HAD A LITTLE LAMB
    • MARY HAD A LITTLE LAMB
    • 275
      • BABY BYE
    • BABY BYE
    • 276
      • THE BROWN THRUSH
    • THE BROWN THRUSH
    • 277
      • THANKSGIVING DAY
    • THANKSGIVING DAY
    • 278
    • WHO STOLE THE BIRD'S NEST?
    • 279
      • HOW THE LEAVES CAME DOWN
    • HOW THE LEAVES CAME DOWN
    • 280
      • THEY DIDN'T THINK
    • THEY DIDN'T THINK
    • 281
      • THE LEAK IN THE DIKE
    • THE LEAK IN THE DIKE
    • 282
      • WHOLE DUTY OF CHILDREN
    • WHOLE DUTY OF CHILDREN
    • 283
      • THE COW
    • THE COW
    • 284
      • TIME TO RISE
    • TIME TO RISE
    • 285
      • RAIN
    • RAIN
    • 286
      • A GOOD PLAY
    • A GOOD PLAY
    • 287
      • THE LAMPLIGHTER
    • THE LAMPLIGHTER
    • 288
      • THE LAND OF NOD
    • THE LAND OF NOD
    • 289
      • THE LAND OF STORY-BOOKS
    • THE LAND OF STORY-BOOKS
    • 290
      • MY BED IS A BOAT
    • MY BED IS A BOAT
    • 291
      • MY SHADOW
    • MY SHADOW
    • 292
      • THE SWING
    • THE SWING
    • 293
      • WHERE GO THE BOATS?
    • WHERE GO THE BOATS?
    • 294
      • THE WIND
    • THE WIND
    • 295
      • WINDY NIGHTS
    • WINDY NIGHTS
    • 296
      • SPINNING TOP
    • SPINNING TOP
    • 297
      • FLYING KITE
    • FLYING KITE
    • 298
      • KING BELL
    • KING BELL
    • 299
      • DAISIES
    • DAISIES
    • 300
      • WYNKEN, BLYNKEN, AND NOD
    • WYNKEN, BLYNKEN, AND NOD
    • 301
      • THE SUGAR-PLUM TREE
    • THE SUGAR-PLUM TREE
    • 302
      • THE DUEL
    • THE DUEL
    • 303
    • THE TREASURES OF THE WISE MAN[1]
    • 304
      • THE CIRCUS-DAY PARADE[1]
    • THE CIRCUS-DAY PARADE[1]
    • 305
      • THE RAGGEDY MAN[2]
    • THE RAGGEDY MAN[2]
    • 306
      • A BOY'S SONG
    • A BOY'S SONG
    • 307
      • THE SPIDER AND THE FLY
    • THE SPIDER AND THE FLY
    • 308
      • THE WIND IN A FROLIC
    • THE WIND IN A FROLIC
    • 309
      • THE COW
    • THE COW
    • 310
      • MEDDLESOME MATTY
    • MEDDLESOME MATTY
    • 311
      • "I LIKE LITTLE PUSSY"
    • "I LIKE LITTLE PUSSY"
    • 312
      • THE STAR
    • THE STAR
    • 313
      • SELDOM OR NEVER
    • SELDOM OR NEVER
    • 314
      • AN EMERALD IS AS GREEN AS GRASS
    • AN EMERALD IS AS GREEN AS GRASS
    • 315
      • BOATS SAIL ON THE RIVERS
    • BOATS SAIL ON THE RIVERS
    • 316
      • A DIAMOND OR A COAL?
    • A DIAMOND OR A COAL?
    • 317
      • THE SWALLOW
    • THE SWALLOW
    • 318
      • WHO HAS SEEN THE WIND?
    • WHO HAS SEEN THE WIND?
    • 319
      • MILKING TIME
    • MILKING TIME
    • 320
      • THE PEDDLER'S CARAVAN
    • THE PEDDLER'S CARAVAN
    • 321
      • THE WONDERFUL WORLD
    • THE WONDERFUL WORLD
    • 322
      • GOOD-NIGHT AND GOOD-MORNING
    • GOOD-NIGHT AND GOOD-MORNING
    • 323
      • THE BUTTERFLY'S BALL
    • THE BUTTERFLY'S BALL
    • 324
      • CAN YOU?
    • CAN YOU?
    • 325
      • PIPPA'S SONG
    • PIPPA'S SONG
    • 326
      • LITTLE AND GREAT
    • LITTLE AND GREAT
    • 327
      • CASABIANCA
    • CASABIANCA
    • 328
      • THREE THINGS TO REMEMBER
    • THREE THINGS TO REMEMBER
    • 329
      • THE LAMB
    • THE LAMB
    • 330
      • THE SHEPHERD
    • THE SHEPHERD
    • 331
      • THE TIGER
    • THE TIGER
    • 332
      • THE PIPER
    • THE PIPER
    • 333
      • TRY AGAIN
    • TRY AGAIN
    • 334
      • THE OWL AND THE PUSSY-CAT
    • THE OWL AND THE PUSSY-CAT
    • 335
      • THE TABLE AND THE CHAIR
    • THE TABLE AND THE CHAIR
    • 336
      • THE POBBLE WHO HAS NO TOES
    • THE POBBLE WHO HAS NO TOES
    • 337
      • THE WALRUS AND THE CARPENTER
    • THE WALRUS AND THE CARPENTER
    • 338
      • A STRANGE WILD SONG
    • A STRANGE WILD SONG
    • 339
      • AGAINST IDLENESS AND MISCHIEF
    • AGAINST IDLENESS AND MISCHIEF
    • 340
      • FAMOUS PASSAGES FROM DOCTOR WATTS
    • FAMOUS PASSAGES FROM DOCTOR WATTS
    • 341
      • THE SKELETON IN ARMOR
    • THE SKELETON IN ARMOR
    • 342
      • THE DAY IS DONE
    • THE DAY IS DONE
    • 343
      • A PSALM OF LIFE
    • A PSALM OF LIFE
    • 344
      • THE THREE FISHERS
    • THE THREE FISHERS
    • 345
      • THE SANDS OF DEE
    • THE SANDS OF DEE
    • 346
      • "WHAT DOES LITTLE BIRDIE SAY?"
    • "WHAT DOES LITTLE BIRDIE SAY?"
    • 347
      • SWEET AND LOW
    • SWEET AND LOW
    • 348
      • THE POET'S SONG
    • THE POET'S SONG
    • 349
      • CROSSING THE BAR
    • CROSSING THE BAR
    • 350
      • ABOU BEN ADHEM
    • ABOU BEN ADHEM
    • 351
      • FOR THOSE WHO FAIL
    • FOR THOSE WHO FAIL
    • 352
      • ELDORADO
    • ELDORADO
    • 353
      • THE DESTRUCTION OF SENNACHERIB
    • THE DESTRUCTION OF SENNACHERIB
    • 354
      • TO A WATERFOWL
    • TO A WATERFOWL
    • 355
      • THE PLANTING OF THE APPLE-TREE
    • THE PLANTING OF THE APPLE-TREE
    • 356
      • MY GARDEN
    • MY GARDEN
    • 357
      • DAFFODILS
    • DAFFODILS
    • 358
      • THE SOLITARY REAPER
    • THE SOLITARY REAPER
    • 359
      • THE ARAB TO HIS FAVORITE STEED
    • THE ARAB TO HIS FAVORITE STEED
    • 360
      • THE INCHCAPE ROCK
    • THE INCHCAPE ROCK
    • 361
      • OVER HILL, OVER DALE
    • OVER HILL, OVER DALE
    • 362
      • A FAIRY SCENE IN A WOOD
    • A FAIRY SCENE IN A WOOD
    • 363
      • FABLE
    • FABLE
    • 364
      • CONCORD HYMN
    • CONCORD HYMN
    • 365
      • BREATHES THERE THE MAN
    • BREATHES THERE THE MAN
    • 366
      • OLD IRONSIDES
    • OLD IRONSIDES
    • 367
      • HOW SLEEP THE BRAVE
    • HOW SLEEP THE BRAVE
    • 368
      • THE BALLAD OF NATHAN HALE
    • THE BALLAD OF NATHAN HALE
    • 369
      • THE RED THREAD OF HONOR
    • THE RED THREAD OF HONOR
    • 370
      • RECESSIONAL
    • RECESSIONAL
    • 371
      • INVICTUS
    • INVICTUS
    • 372
      • THE FALCON
    • THE FALCON
    • 373
      • THE SHEPHERD OF KING ADMETUS
    • THE SHEPHERD OF KING ADMETUS
    • 374
      • THE YARN OF THE NANCY BELL
    • THE YARN OF THE NANCY BELL
    • 375
      • DARIUS GREEN AND HIS FLYING MACHINE
    • DARIUS GREEN AND HIS FLYING MACHINE
    • 376
      • BETH GÊLERT
    • BETH GÊLERT
    • 377
      • KING JOHN AND THE ABBOT OF CANTERBURY
    • KING JOHN AND THE ABBOT OF CANTERBURY
  • SECTION VIII
    • REALISTIC STORIES
  • BIBLIOGRAPHY
    • ARRANGED CHRONOLOGICALLY AS A BASIS FOR TRACING THE DEVELOPMENT OF THE REALISTIC STORY FOR YOUNG PEOPLE
  • SECTION VIII. REALISTIC STORIES
    • INTRODUCTORY
    • SUGGESTIONS FOR READING
    • 378
      • THE RENOWNED HISTORY OF LITTLE GOODY TWO-SHOES
    • THE RENOWNED HISTORY OF LITTLE GOODY TWO-SHOES
    • 379
      • EYES, AND NO EYES OR THE ART OF SEEING
    • EYES, AND NO EYES OR THE ART OF SEEING
    • 380
      • THE GOOD-NATURED LITTLE BOY
    • THE GOOD-NATURED LITTLE BOY
    • 381
      • WASTE NOT, WANT NOT OR TWO STRINGS TO YOUR BOW
    • WASTE NOT, WANT NOT OR TWO STRINGS TO YOUR BOW
    • 382
      • JACKANAPES
    • JACKANAPES
    • 383
      • BETTY'S RIDE: A TALE OF THE REVOLUTION
    • BETTY'S RIDE: A TALE OF THE REVOLUTION
    • 384
      • THE BIG BEAR
    • THE BIG BEAR
    • 385
      • THE GIFT OF THE MAGI
    • THE GIFT OF THE MAGI
  • SECTION IX
    • NATURE LITERATURE
  • BIBLIOGRAPHY
  • SECTION IX. NATURE LITERATURE
    • INTRODUCTORY
    • SUGGESTIONS FOR READING
    • 386
      • THE TALE OF PETER RABBIT
    • THE TALE OF PETER RABBIT
    • 387
      • JOHNNY CHUCK FINDS THE BEST THING IN THE WORLD
    • JOHNNY CHUCK FINDS THE BEST THING IN THE WORLD
    • 388
      • MR. 'POSSUM'S SICK SPELL
    • MR. 'POSSUM'S SICK SPELL
    • 389
      • WILD LIFE IN THE FARM-YARD
    • WILD LIFE IN THE FARM-YARD
    • 390
      • THE VENDETTA
    • THE VENDETTA
    • 391
      • PASHA, THE SON OF SELIM
    • PASHA, THE SON OF SELIM
    • 392
      • MOUFFLOU
    • MOUFFLOU
    • 393
      • BIRD HABITS
    • BIRD HABITS
    • 394
      • THE POACHER AND THE SILVER FOX
    • THE POACHER AND THE SILVER FOX
    • 395
      • THE STORY OF A SALMON
    • THE STORY OF A SALMON
    • 396
      • MOTI GUJ—MUTINEER
    • MOTI GUJ—MUTINEER
    • 397
      • LAST BULL
    • LAST BULL
  • SECTION X
    • ROMANCE CYCLES AND LEGEND
  • BIBLIOGRAPHY
  • SECTION X. ROMANCE CYCLES AND LEGEND
    • INTRODUCTORY
    • SUGGESTIONS FOR READING
    • 398
      • ALI BABA, AND THE FORTY THIEVES
    • ALI BABA, AND THE FORTY THIEVES
    • 399
      • HOW BRUIN THE BEAR SPED WITH REYNARD THE FOX
    • HOW BRUIN THE BEAR SPED WITH REYNARD THE FOX
    • 400
      • THE BATTLE BETWEEN THE FOX AND THE WOLF
    • THE BATTLE BETWEEN THE FOX AND THE WOLF
    • 401
      • HOW ARTHUR BECAME KING
    • HOW ARTHUR BECAME KING
    • 402
      • A TOURNEY WITH THE FRENCH
    • A TOURNEY WITH THE FRENCH
    • 403
      • ADVENTURES OF ARTHUR
    • ADVENTURES OF ARTHUR
    • 404
      • ARTHUR AND SIR ACCALON
    • ARTHUR AND SIR ACCALON
    • 405-411
      • STORIES FROM DON QUIXOTE
    • STORIES FROM DON QUIXOTE
    • 412
      • THE PROUD KING
    • THE PROUD KING
    • 413
      • ROBIN AND THE MERRY LITTLE OLD WOMAN
    • ROBIN AND THE MERRY LITTLE OLD WOMAN
    • 414
      • ALLEN-A-DALE
    • ALLEN-A-DALE
  • SECTION XI
    • BIOGRAPHY AND HERO STORIES
  • BIBLIOGRAPHY
  • SECTION XI. BIOGRAPHY AND HERO STORIES
    • INTRODUCTORY
    • SUGGESTIONS FOR READING
    • 415
      • HOW COLUMBUS GOT HIS SHIPS
    • HOW COLUMBUS GOT HIS SHIPS
    • 416
      • THE BOYHOOD OF WASHINGTON
    • THE BOYHOOD OF WASHINGTON
    • 417
      • THE AUTOBIOGRAPHY OF BENJAMIN FRANKLIN
    • THE AUTOBIOGRAPHY OF BENJAMIN FRANKLIN
    • 418
      • LINCOLN'S EARLY DAYS
    • LINCOLN'S EARLY DAYS
    • 419
      • IN THE WESTERN WILDERNESS
    • IN THE WESTERN WILDERNESS
    • 420
      • THE PASS OF THERMOPYLAE
    • THE PASS OF THERMOPYLAE
  • SECTION XII
    • HOME READING LIST AND GENERAL INDEX
  • SECTION XII. HOME READING LIST AND GENERAL INDEX
    • A HOME READING LIST
    • FIRST GRADE
    • SECOND GRADE
    • THIRD GRADE
    • FOURTH GRADE
    • FIFTH GRADE
    • SIXTH GRADE
    • SEVENTH GRADE
    • EIGHTH GRADE
  • INDEX
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