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More Celtic Fairy Tales
More Celtic Fairy Tales Sented by Carlos

One need not be a specialist in order to discover the scholarship which M. Jacobs has lavished on these volumes of his, in their short prefaces, and in then abundant notes and references.

Oswald Bastable and Others

“Oswald Bastable and Others” is a trilogy of children's novels by Edith Nesbit (1858 – 1924), including “The Story of the Treasure Seekers” (1899), “The Wouldbegoods” (1901), and “The New Treasure Seekers” (1904).

Fairy Tales from Many Lands
Fairy Tales from Many Lands Sented by Sarah Gerdes

THERE was once a king who had three sons, and he had also a golden apple tree, that bore nothing but golden apples, and this tree he loved as though it had been his daughter.

Favorite Fairy Tales
Favorite Fairy Tales Sented by Rebecca

This newly updated treasury of nine classic children's fairy tales includes favorites such as Hansel and Gretel, The Gingerbread Man, the Three Little Pigs, and more! Boys and girls alike will love these stories, retold in a friendly way perfect for early readers ages 3+.

Twilight Land
Twilight Land Sented by Emma

It is evening at the Inn of the Sign of Mother Goose. In a dark, smoky room, the world’s most famous storytellers gather to weave tales of mystery and enchantment.

Once on a Time
Once on a Time Sented by Musa

"This is an odd book" or so states the author in 1917 for his first introduction. A fairytale with seven league boots, a princess, an enchantment, and the Countess Belvane.

The Dawnvel Druids
The Dawnvel Druids Sented by Emma

For fans of Buffy the Vampire Slayer, Charmed and the Dresden Files.

The Sundering Flood
The Sundering Flood Sented by Rebecca

This is a reproduction of a book published before 1923. This book may have occasional imperfections such as missing or blurred pages, poor pictures, errant marks, etc. that were either part of the original artifact, or were introduced by the scanning process.

Bo-Peep Story Books
Bo-Peep Story Books Sented by Steve Bark

This is a collection of fourteen fantastic stories for young children. The text is amply illustrated with drawings

Amethyst Sented by Steve Bark

College-bound Lexi Adams leads no ordinary life. Premonitions dictate her every move, compelling her to rescue strangers day and night. After years of self-sacrifice, she ignores one and innocent people die. So when the next premonition depicts her own death, Lexi knows fate has come full circle. As if an ill-fated future isn’t enough to deal with, her small town is rocked with murders, and co-worker Jessica Nelson insists Lexi can help.

Gallowglass Sented by Christopher

Karina didn’t set out to free the Seelie Queen’s gallowglass. Now she’ll do anything to keep him.

The Brown Fairy Book
The Brown Fairy Book Sented by Steve Bark

Classic collection of 32 less familiar folk tales narrated in clear, lively prose.

The Rose and the Ring
The Rose and the Ring Sented by Emma

Between the kingdoms of Paflagonia and Crim Tartary, there lived a mysterious personage, who was known in those countries as the Fairy Blackstick, from the ebony wand or crutch which she carried; on which she rode to the moon sometimes, or upon other excursions of business or pleasure, and with which she performed her wonders

Policeman Bluejay
Policeman Bluejay Sented by Sarah Gerdes

"The question is often asked me whether Twinkle and Chubbins were asleep or awake when they encountered these wonderful adventures; and it grieves me to reflect that the modern child has been deprived of fairy tales to such an extent that it does not know -- as I did when a girl -- that in a fairy story it does not matter whether one is awake or not.

The Chosen
The Chosen Sented by Steve Bark

Three kingdoms at war. Three stories of hope, sorrow, and sacrifice.

Rootabaga Stories
Rootabaga Stories Sented by Sarah Gerdes

These stories were born of Sandburg's desire for "American fairy tales" to match an American childhood. Feeling that European stories involving royalty and knights were inappropriate, he set his stories in a fictionalized American Midwest called "Rootabaga country" and fill the land with farms, trains, and corn fairies.

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