fairy tale

Shoes Fit For a King. Bill, Helen E. /Louis Slobodkin, ill.Franklin Watts, (1956

Shoes Fit For a King.

A fairy tale about some overconfident shoes. Please note: THIS BOOK HAS BEEN SOLD



The Pineapple Child by Peggy Appiah, Mora Dickson, ill.

The Pineapple Child and other Tales from the Ashanti.

Stories told to the author's husband by fellow political detainees. Appiah, the daughter of Sir Stafford Cripps, says she is constantly amazed by the inventiveness and humour of these folk stories, still very much a part of Ghanian life today.



K'tonton on an Island in the Sea.

For over forty years, K'tonton, the Jewish Tom Thumb, has been up to his magic tricks. Here he is blown out to sea and takes care of himself on a desert island, observing all the holidays. Weilerstein is three times recipient of Annual Juvenile Award of the Jewish Book Council of America for her cumulative contribution to Jewish literature.



Michael of Ireland

Irish fairy stories, illustrated with black ink drawings and silhouettes by the author.



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