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Fables and Fairy Tales: Aesop's Fables Hans Christian Andersen's Fairy Tales Grimm's Fairy Tales and The Blue Fairy Book - cover

Fables and Fairy Tales: Aesop's Fables Hans Christian Andersen's Fairy Tales Grimm's Fairy Tales and The Blue Fairy Book

Hans Christian Andersen, Andrew Lang, The Brothers Grimm, Aesop Aesop

Publisher: LBA

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Summary

CONTENTS:

Fairy Tales of the Slav Peasants and Herdsmen by Aleksander Chodźko
Fairy Books (Blue, Red, Yellow, Grey, Violet, Crimson, Orange) by Andrew Lang
Fairy Tales of Hans Christian Andersen by Hans Christian Andersen
Irish Fairy Tales by James Stephens
Grimm's Fairy Tales by Grimm Brothers
The Arabian Nights by Andrew Lang

Some of the famous tales included in this ebook:

- Aladdin and the Wonderful Lamp
- Beauty and the Beast
- The Little Mermaid
- Rapunzel
- Cinderella
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Available since: 10/07/2017.

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