Childhood's Favorites and Fairy Stories cover

Childhood's Favorites and Fairy Stories

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00:00(1/208) 000 – General Introduction and Introduction00:00
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1. 000 – General Introduction and Introduction
2. 001 – Nursery Rhymes
3. 002 – The Three Bears
4. 003 – Cinderella
5. 004 – The Three Brothers
6. 005 – The Wren and the Bear
7. 006 – Chicken-Licken
8. 007 – The Fox and the Cat
9. 008 – The Rats and their Son-in-Law
10. 009 – The Mouse and the Sausage
11. 010 – Johnny and the Golden Goose
12. 011 – Titty Mouse and Tatty Mouse
13. 012 – Teeny Tiny
14. 013 – The Spider and the Flea
15. 014 – The Little Shepherd Boy
16. 015 – The Three Spinners
17. 016 – The Cat and the Mouse in Partnership
18. 017 – The Sweet Soup
19. 018 – The Straw, the Coal, and the Bean
20. 019 – Why the Bear Has a Stumpy Tail
21. 020 – The Three Little Pigs
22. 021 – The Three Children
23. 022 – The Owl and The Pussycat
24. 023 – Kindness to Animals
25. 024 – How Doth The Little Busy Bee
26. 025 – Suppose
27. 026 – Twinkle, Twinkle
28. 027 – Pretty Cow
29. 028 – The Three Little Kittens
30. 029 – The Land of Counterpane
31. 030 – There was a Little Girl
32. 031 – The Boy who never Told a Lie
33. 032 – Foreign Children
34. 033 – The Unseen Playmate
35. 034 – I Saw Three Ships
36. 035 – A Was an Ant
37. 036 – The Table and the Chair
38. 037 – Precocious Piggy
39. 038 – A Boy’s Song
40. 039 – Buttercups and Daisies
41. 040 – The Violet
42. 041 – If ever I See
43. 042 – The Little Land
44. 043 – A Lobster Quadrille
45. 044 – Where Go the Boats
46. 045 – The Wind and the Moon
47. 046 – Where are you Going my Pretty Maid
48. 047 – The Lost Doll
49. 048 – Foreign Lands
50. 049 – Bed in Summer
51. 050 – Try Again
52. 051 – A Good Play
53. 052 – Good Night and Good Morning
54. 053 – The Wind
55. 054 – The Spider and the Fly
56. 055 – Let Dogs Delight to Bark and Bite
57. 056 – Child’s Evening Hymn
58. 057 – Hansel and Gretel
59. 058 – The Fair Catherine and Pif-Paf Poltrie
60. 059 – The Wolf and the Fox
61. 060 – Discreet Hans
62. 061 – Puss In Boots
63. 062 – The Elves And The Shoemaker
64. 063 – Hans in Luck
65. 064 – Master of All Masters
66. 065 – Belling the Cat
67. 066 – Little Red Riding-Hood
68. 067 – The Nail
69. 068 – Jack and the Beanstalk
70. 069 – How to Tell a True Princess
71. 070 – The Sleeping Beauty
72. 071 – The Man in the Moon
73. 072 – Sage Counsel
74. 073 – Limericks
75. 074 – More Limericks
76. 075 – The Dead Doll
77. 076 – Little Things
78. 077 – The Golden Rule
79. 078 – Do The Best You Can
80. 079 – The Voice of Spring
81. 080 – The Lark and The Rook – 80
82. 081 – Thanksgiving Day
83. 082 – Childhood’s Favorites and Fairy Stories
84. 083 – The Fairies of the Caldon Low
85. 084 – The Land of Story Books
86. 085 – A Visit From St. Nicholas
87. 086 – Little Orphant Annie
88. 087 – The Chatterbox
89. 088 – The Voice of Spring
90. 089 – The History Lesson
91. 090 – Song of Life
92. 091 – The Good Time Coming
93. 092 – Windy Nights
94. 093 – The Wonderful World
95. 094 – Hark! Hark! the Lark!
96. 095 – Jog On, Jog On
97. 096 – Sweet Story of Old
98. 097 – My Shadow
99. 098 – By Cool Siloam’s Shady Rill
100. 099 – The Wind In A Frolic
101. 100 – The Graves of a Household
102. 101 – We Are Seven
103. 102 – The Better Land
104. 103 – The Juvenile Orator
105. 104 – The Fox and the Crow
106. 105 – The Use of Fllowers
107. 106 – Contented John
108. 107 – The Old Man’s Comforts, and How He Gained Them
109. 108 – The Frost
110. 109 – The Battle of Blenheim
111. 110 – The Chameleon
112. 111 – The Blackberry Girl
113. 112 – Mabel on Midsummer Day
114. 113 – Llewellyn and his Dog
115. 114 – The Snowbird’s Song
116. 115 – For A’ That And A’ That
117. 116 – The Goose that Laid Golden Eggs
118. 117 – The Boys And The Frogs
119. 118 – The Lion and the Mouse
120. 119 – The Fox and the Grapes
121. 120 – The Frog And The Ox
122. 121 – The Cat, The Monkey and The Chestnuts
123. 122 – The Country Maid and Her Milkpail
124. 123 – The Ass In The Lion’s Skin
125. 124 – The Tortoise and the Hare
126. 125 – The Vain Jackdaw
127. 126 – The Fox Without A Tail
128. 127 – The Wolf in Sheep’s Clothing
129. 128 – The Crow and the Pitcher
130. 129 – The Man, his Son, and his Ass
131. 130 – The Camel and the Pig
132. 131 – The Man and his Piece of Cloth
133. 132 – The Sea, the Fox, and the Wolf
134. 133 – The Birds and the Lime
135. 134 – The Raven and the Cattle
136. 135 – Tinsel and Lightning
137. 136 – The Ass and the Watchdog
138. 137 – The Lark and its Young Ones
139. 138 – The Two Gems
140. 139 – The Hardy Tin Soldier
141. 140 – The Fir Tree
142. 141 – The Darning-Needle
143. 142 – Thumbelina
144. 143 – The Tinder Box
145. 144 – Boots and His Brothers
146. 145 – The Husband Who Was To Mind The House
147. 146 – Buttercup
148. 147 – Seven At One Blow
149. 148 – One Eye, Two Eyes, Three Eyes
150. 149 – The Musicians of Bremen
151. 150 – The Fisherman and His Wife
152. 151 – Little Snow-White
153. 152 – The Goose-girl
154. 153 – The Golden Bird
155. 154 – Beauty and The Beast
156. 155 – The White Cat
157. 156 – The Story of Pretty Goldilocks
158. 157 – Toads and Diamonds
159. 158 – The History of Tom-Thumb
160. 159 – Jack the Giant Killer
161. 160 – The Three Sillies
162. 161 – King O’Toole and His Goose
163. 162 – The Haughty Princess
164. 163 – Jack and his Master
165. 164 – Hudden and Dudden and Donald O’Neary
166. 165 – Connla of the Golden Hair and the Fairy Maiden
167. 166 – Pinocchio’s Adventures in Wonderland
168. 167 – The Story of the Man who did not wish to Die
169. 168 – The Accomplished and Lucky Teakettle
170. 169 – The Tongue-Cut Sparrow
171. 170 – Battle of the Monkey and the Crab
172. 171 – Momotaro, or Little Peachling
173. 172 – Uraschina Taro and the Turtle
174. 173 – The Son of Seven Queens
175. 174 – Who Killed the Otter’s Babies
176. 175 – The Alligator and the Jackal
177. 176 – The Farmer and the Money-Lender
178. 177 – Tit for Tat
179. 178 – Singh Rajah and the Cunning Little Jackals
180. 179 – The White Stone Canoe
181. 180 – The Maiden who Loved a Fish
182. 181 – The Star Wife
183. 182 – The Story of Caliph Stork
184. 183 – Persevere and Prosper
185. 184 – The Most Frugal of Men
186. 185 – The Moon-Cake
187. 186 – The Ladle That Fell From The Moon
188. 187 – The Young Head of the Family
189. 188 – A Dreadful Boar
190. 189 – King Kojata
191. 190 – The Story of King Frost
192. 191 – Tell Us a Tale
193. 192 – Little Red Hen
194. 193 – In Search of a Baby
195. 194 – Jock and I and the Others
196. 195 – Dolly Dimple
197. 196 – The Tale of Peter Rabbit
198. 197 – The Miller, His Son, and Their Ass
199. 198 – The Visit to Santa Claus Land
200. 199 – The Greedy Brownie
201. 200 – The Fairies’ Passage
202. 201 – The World
203. 202 – White Magic
204. 203 – The Brownies
205. 204 – The Story of Peter Pan
206. 205 – Sir Lark and King Sun
207. 206 – The Imps in the Heavenly Meadow
208. 207 – The Birthday Honors of the Fairy Queen

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Summary

Since this series of books is intended for all young people from one to one hundred, it opens with about eighty of the old MOTHER GOOSE RHYMES. Nothing better was ever invented to tell to little folks who are young enough for lullabies. Their rhythm, their humor, and their pith will always cause us to prize them as the Babies’ Classics. Editors: Hamilton Wright Mabie, Edward Everett Hale, William Byron Forbush.(Gutenberg Text)

Reviews

Judy

- A P. S.

Oh my gosh! There are so many chapters in this!

Judy

- Amazing!

Loved all of these- truly childhood's favorites. :)