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  • " ...] Little Red Riding-Hood. Why, don't you know me? I'm little Red Riding-Hood. Wolf. I'm a stranger in this place, little girl; but I shall know you the next time I see you-ugh, ugh What have you in your pretty basket, little Red Riding-Hood? It...


  • This collection of literature attempts to compile many of the classic works that have stood the test of time and offer them at a reduced, affordable price, in an attractive volume so that everyone can enjoy them....


  • Florence L. Holbrook (1860-1932) was the author of The Book of Nature Myths (1902), Northland Heroes (1909), The Hiawatha Primer and Dramatic Reader for Lower Grades. "For centuries the songs of Homer, the blind poet of Greece, recounting the heroic ...


  • Over fifty short myths about animals, birds, and natural subjects, suitable for the child's own reading in the second grade. These naive explanations of the phenomena of nature given by early peoples are told in a simple, yet interesting fashion and ...


  • These fifty-four wonder-filled stories, adapted for curious young minds, describe in simple folktale style how many amazing creatures of the earth were created — and why they look and act as they do — and other natural phenomena.Learn why the rab...


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    Florence L. Holbrook (1860-1932) was the author of The Book of Nature Myths (1902), Northland Heroes (1909), The Hiawatha Primer and Dramatic Reader for Lower Grades. "The subject-matter is of permanent value, culled from the folk-lore of the primiti...