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365 (+1) Fairy-Tales and Stories: for everyday pleasure reading.

365 (+1) Fairy-Tales and Stories: for everyday pleasure reading.

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1. An argument
2. King Midas
3. The princess and the frog
4. Hinemoa
5. A silly king
6. Bread and salt
7. The shirt of a happy man
8. Czar Troyans ears
9. The best and the worst thing in the world
10. The woodcutters axe
11. The fly and the bee
12. The little fir-tree
13. The ant and the beetle
14. The old trees friend
15. The Pied Piper of Hamelin (A legend)
16. Three times a day
17. The little pine-tree
18. The wolf and the lamb
19. The wolf makes a mistake
20. A merchant and his gold
21. The story of a coin (After Joseph Addison)
22. Brother and sister
23. Thirty two roses
24. The parrot
25. Squirrels lesson
26. The monkey and the turtle
27. How a little Indian boy learned to be brave (A legend)
28. Hansel and Gretel
29. The monkey and the crocodiles (An Indonesian folktale)
30. Why bats fly only at night (A fable)
31. The frog and the ants
32. Why the crow is black
33. Sambo
34. King of the forest
35. A yellow stork
36. The story of William Tell (A legend)
37. Maurice, a wonderful piper (A legend)
38. The fire on the hill
39. An Indian tale (A legend)
40. The kind woodpecker
41. An Arabs legacy
42. A careless tongue
43. It was his secret (A Japanese tale)
44. A white winter dress
45. The Snowchild
46. The Flying Dutchman (A legend)
47. The wishing ring (Part 1)
47. The wishing ring (Part 2)
48. The sacred python (A legend)
49. The elephant and the dog
50. The lights on the Christmas tree
51. The lion and the goat
52. The lion and the mule
53. The sun and the wind
54. Why cats wash themselves after eating
55. How animals learned to do something
56. A horribly good girl (After H. Munro)
57. The white gloves
58. The fly who wanted to have a tail
59. About the cock
60. An English tale
61. Simpleton
62. The nightingale
63. Peros three wishes
64. Jumbo the elephant
65. The slave and the lion
66. The clever poor man
67. Why monkeys live in the trees
68. Doctor Know-All
69. The stork and the crab
70. Dickon runs away to robin hood (After G. Trease)
71. A mistake
72. The owl
73. The cunning jackal
74. The lady or the tiger? (After F.R. Stockton)
75. The stronger man
76. Five blind men
77. A greedy man and his bag of gold
78. A pig-headed woman (A Finnish tale)
79. How a husband was a housewife
80. Intelligence or luck? (A Czech tale)
81. Why dog and cat are enemies (A Chinese tale)
82. A melting story (After M. Twain)
83. Simple Simon and his gold
84. Four golden coins
85. Clever thief
86. The fisherman and the genie (From Arabian Nights)
87. The potter and the painter
88. Brown Wolf (After J. London)
89. The blind toymaker (After Charles Dickens)
90. The cap that mother made (Part 1)
90. The cap that mother made (Part 2)
91. The little sick donkey
92. The bear in the classroom
93. The elves and the shoemaker
94. Mrs. Packletides tiger (By H.H. Munro)
95. The man and the monkeys
96. Dog finds a master
97. The unhappy potato
98. The eagle and beetle (A fable by Aesop)
99. The thief and his mother
100. Jacoble tells the truth
101. An old tale
102. Jim and Della
103. Laughter
104. The Whipping (After Lilian Smith)
105. A Cruel Man (After William de Mille)
106. The Shoes (After OHenry)
107. Too Well (After OHenry)
108. The birthday snowman
109. Candles give off heat
110. Its only me!
111. The seed and the acorn
112. The sorry dog
113. The legend of the dogwood tree
114. The peasant and the bear
115. The old rose
116. A timid hare
117. The polecat and the badger
118. The lion and the hake
119. The governor and the statues nose
120. Mr. Jones trick
121. Power of imagination
122. She outwitted him
123. A keen roulette player
124. The birds, the beasts, and the bat
125. Polecat and partridge
126. A clever worker
127. The fox and the chickens
128. The blind beggar
129. Why the bat flies at night (Kazakh folk tale)
130. Sheko (After Stephan Zorian)
131. A story about a very clever dog
132. The cats and the monkey
133. Why did the little dog die?
134. The two bulls
135. The princess
136. Tumble-down Dick
137. A tragedy in the air
138. Who wants dry leaves?
139. The king finds his heart
140. The haunted house
141. Hunger is the best sauce
142. The eagle and the fox
143. A broken vase
144. The old mans secret
145. The tiger who wished to be a king
146. A strange man
147. The heart of art (After Rube Goldberg)
148. The travellers and the bear
149. Johnny Appleseed
150. The bridge
151. The baby elephant (After R. Kipling)
152. Horseshoes luck
153. Brians errand
154. The happy little sixpence
155. The strange doctor
156. The house dog and the wolf
157. The miller, his son, and their donkey
158. The stonecutter
159. The twelve months
160. The two brothers
161. The wise monkey and the boar
162. A new way of cooking
163. About a mouse who became a cat, a dog and a tiger
164. The old man and the devils
165. Momotaro
166. Urashima, the fisherboy
167. A miser
168. The dragon with eight heads
169. The bell
170. A chief names his heirs
171. Marrying a princess
172. A true hero
173. The boy who went to the North wind
174. Mary and Sally
175. The causeway and the Scottish giant
176. On the island
177. Money or mind
178. The shoes of jewels
179. The man in the moon
180. The woodsmans daughter and the lion
181. The soldier and the baby
182. The blue rose
183. The wise judge
184. O. K.!
185. Jimmy and the bear
186.
How the rhinoceros got his skin (By Rrudyard Kipling)
187. The five little foxes and the tiger
188. The donkey driver and the thief (An Arabian tale)
189. My adventure
190. The policeman and the thief
191. Those who do not steal (A Chinese tale)
192. A foolish tiger
193. The three wishes
194. The gate without a latch
195. The selfish giant
196. The Happy Prince (After O. Wilde) (Part 1)
196. The Happy Prince (After O. Wilde) (Part 2)
197. The birthday of the Infanta (After O. Wilde)
198. The nightingale and the rose (After O. Wilde)
199. The devoted friend (After O. Wilde)
200. The Star Child (After O. Wilde) (Part 1)
200. The Star Child (After O. Wilde) (Part 2)
201. Truth and Falsehood
202. The seven sisters (A Greek myth)
203. How he solved the problem (An old tale)
204. A prince and the horses (A Persian tale)
205. Of what use is it?
206. Good advice
207. Bruce and the spider
208. A clever wife
209. Tit for tat
210. A valid excuse
211. The ants and the grasshopper
212. The vixen and the crane (After I. Franko)
213. The wolf as a reeve (After I. Franko)
214. Sea prince
215. The brave hunter
216. The familys fortune
217. The silver swindle
218. The talkative frog
219. The legend of sleepy hollow (After W. Irving) (Part 1)
219. The legend of sleepy hollow (After W. Irving) (Part 2)
220. Witches loaves (After OHenry) (Part 1)
220. Witches loaves (After OHenry) (Part 2)
221. A girl in green
222. The tale of Peter rabbit (After Beatrix Potter)
223. The tale of two bad mice (After Beatrix Potter)
224. The hen and the rose
225. The story of doctor Dolittle (After Hugh Lofting)
226. The frog prince
227. The magic fish-bone (After Charles Dickens)
228. Jack and the beanstalk
229. Belling the cat
230. The doctor and young living
231. The discontented pig (After Oscar Wilde)
232. The old woman and the doctor
233. The fox and the goat
234. The clown and the countryman
235. The house mouse and the country mouse
236. The farmer, his boy, and the rooks
237. The quack doctor
238. The lion, the fox, and the stag
239. The fox and the bear
240. The magic pear tree
241. The fox and the crane
242. Why the stork eats frogs and the wolf hunts sheep
243. The fox and her children and Nekhailo the loafer
244.
Why geese bathe in water,cats wash on the top of a stove,
and chickens take dust baths
245. The mice and the cock
246. The lion and the mosquitoes
247. The bear and the bees
248. How a squirrel helped a bear
249. The ox, the ram and the cock
250. The thief and the innkeeper
251. The goat and the ram
252. The lion who drowned in a well (Part 1)
252. The lion who drowned in a well (Part 2)
253. The fox and the crayfish
254. The heron, the fish and the crayfish
255. The fly that ploughed a field
256. The swan, the pike and the crayfish
257. The magic pumpkins (Part 1)
257. The magic pumpkins (Part 2)
258. The princesss ring
259. The shepherd
260. The foster father
261. The rich miser
262. The rabbit and the bear
263. The wolf, the vixen, and the donkey
264. The crow and the snake
265. Absent-mindedness (After Jerome K. Jerome)
266. The power of friendship
267. Betty Bunter
268. How the whale got his throat (After R. Kipling)
269. A small favour
270. Memory trouble
271. The loyal dog
272. The dog goes to court
273. The repentant tiger of Chaocheng
274. Tiger boys
275. Human bait
276. Master and the serving maid
277. Golden toothpick
278. The seventh father of the house
279. The parson and the sexton
280. The ash lad who made the princess say, Youre a liar!
281. The squires bride
282. The ash lad who had an eating match with the troll
283. The fox as shepherd
284. The old woman against the stream
285. The hare who had been married
286. The bear and the fox who made a bet
287. The key in the distaff
288. The cock and the fox
289. Good day, fellow! Axe handle!
290. The devil and the bailiff
291. A lucky star
292. The smiling crocodile
293. Circus stars
294. Pixie visitors
295. The lost shoes
296. Just in time
297. The white dove
298. The Sultans problem
299. The hungry goldfish
300. The fable of the caged bird and the bat
301. Ash lodge Willie goes jogging
302. Taking a donkey to market
303. Wizard beanie
304. Muftys cake
305. Chow the cat
306. Hidden magic
307. Something to laugh about
308. The new ferryman
309. Charlie the chimpanzee
310. The fable of the mouse and the bull
311. Sixes and sevens
312. he little nuisance
313. Toot-toot has a fright
314. The fable of the stag at the pool
315. The meddler
316. An old horse for an old king
317. The truth about ghosts
318. Sung Ting-po catches a ghost
319. The man who couldnt catch a ghost
320. Ai Tzu and the temple ghost
321. Escaping ghosts
322. The grooms crimes
323. Dreams
324. The mortal lord
325. One word solves a mystery
326. A clever judge
327. The boy who saved the Netherlands
328. The appointment
329. The crow and the snake
330. The swineherd
331. Rapunzel
332. Adventures of The Tulip the seagull
333. The enchanted kettle
334. The little shoemakers
335. The cats of fortune
336. Snow-White and Rose-Red
337. Sun and games
338. Puss in boots
339. King frog
340. Uncama the hunter
341. Mother Holle
342. The fable of the foolish frog
343. The three spinners
344. A saying from Siam
345. Parsley the singing pig
346. The fable of the spendthrift and the swallow
347. The brave little tailor
348. The three billy goats gruff
349. The poor farmer and his horse
350. Snip and Snap
351. The new coat
352. The giant and the cobbler
353. The pedlar of Swaffham
354. The king of birds
355. Sing-Lo and the dragon
356. Jonathan John has a lazy day
357. The emperors new clothes
358. he last road home
359. Jorinda and Joringel
360. Harmony wood
361. The golden goose
362. Fit for a king
363. The lion man of Africa
364. The dancing shoes
365. Who painted this picture?
366. About tigers (After Mayne Reid)
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