Thursday, May 1, 2014

Myth-Folklore Book: Crimson Fairy Book

This book is part of the Tales from Africa unit and the Japanese Fairy Tales unit.

The Crimson Fairy Book by Andrew Lang, illustrated by H. J. Ford (1903).

Available FREE texts:
Project Gutenberg
Internet Archive
Sacred Texts Archive
Google Books
Kindle eBook

Available FREE audio:
LibriVox
Internet Archive



Table of Contents

Lovely Ilonka
Lucky Luck
The Hairy Man
To Your Good Health!
The Story of the Seven Simons
The Language of Beasts
The Boy Who Could Keep A Secret
The Prince And The Dragon
Little Wildrose
Tiidu The Piper
Paperarelloo
The Gifts Of The Magician
The Strong Prince
The Treasure Seeker
The Cottager And His Cat
The Prince Who Would Seek Immortality
The Stone-Cutter
The Gold-Bearded Man
Tritill, Litill, And The Birds
The Three Robes
The Six Hungry Beasts
How The Beggar Boy Turned Into Count Piro
The Rogue And The Herdsman
Eisenkopf
The Death Of Abu Nowas And Of His Wife
Motiratika
Niels And The Giants
Shepherd Paul
How The Wicked Tanuki Was Punished
The Crab And The Monkey
The Horse Gullfaxi And The Sword Gunnfoder
The Story Of The Sham Prince, Or The Ambitious Tailor
The Colony Of Cats
How To Find Out A True Friend
Clever Maria


The Magic Kettle

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