The Diamond Fairy Book by Various

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Author Various
Illustrator Millar, H. R. (Harold Robert), 1869-1942
Illustrator Papé, Frank Cheyne, 1878-1972
Title The Diamond Fairy Book
Contents Princess Crystal, or the hidden treasure / by Isabel Bellerby -- The story of the invisible kingdom / from the German of Richard Leander -- How Sampo Lappelill saw the mountain king / from the Swedish of Z. Topelius -- The witch-dancer's doom / a Breton legend -- The three valleys / from the German -- The spring-tide of love / by Pleydell North (Mrs. Egerton Eastwick) -- Ringfalla bridge / by K.E. Sutter -- The children's fairy / from the French of Saint-Juirs -- Wittysplinter / from the German of Clemens Brentano -- The mid-day rock / from the French of J. Jarry -- Lillekort / from the French of Xavier Marmier -- The ten little fairies / from the French of Georges Mitchell -- The magician and his pupil / from the German of A. Godin -- The strawberry thief / from the German of Pauline Schanz -- The adventures of Said / from the German of W. Hauff -- Little blue flower / from the German of Miss F.E. Hynam -- "The princess who despised all men" / by Charles Smith Cheltnam -- The neckless of tears / by Mrs. Egerton Eastwick -- The prince and the lions / from the Persian.
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Language English
LoC Class PZ: Language and Literatures: Juvenile belles lettres
Subject Fairy tales
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EBook-No. 37995
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Copyright Status Public domain in the USA.
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