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The red fairy book

Title:The red fairy book
Alternate title:Twelve dancing princesses
Alternate title:Princess Mayblossom
Alternate title:Soria Moria castle
Alternate title:Death of Koshchei the deathless
Alternate title:Black thief and Knight of the Glen
Alternate title:Brother and sister
Alternate title:Princess Rosette
Alternate title:Enchanted fig
Alternate title:Norkia
Alternate title:Wonderful birch
Alternate title:Jack and the beanstalk
Alternate title:Little good mouse
Alternate title:Graciosa and Percinet
Alternate title:Three princesses of Whiteland
Alternate title:Voice of death
Alternate title:Six sillies
Alternate title:Kari Woodengown
Alternate title:Drakestail
Alternate title:Ratcatcher
Alternate title:True history of Little Goldenhood
Alternate title:Golden branch
Alternate title:Three dwarfs
Alternate title:Dapplegrim
Alternate title:Enchanted canary
Alternate title:Twelve brothers
Alternate title:Rapunzel
Alternate title:Nettle spinner
Alternate title:Farmer Weatherbeard
Alternate title:Mother Holle
Alternate title:Minnikin
Alternate title:Bushy bride
Alternate title:Snowdrop
Alternate title:Golden goose
Alternate title:Seven foals
Alternate title:Marvelous musician
Alternate title:Story of Sigurd
Note:New York: Hurst & Co., [ca. 1900]
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Subject:Fairy tales
Subject:Folklore -- Juvenile fiction
Subject:Children's stories
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