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The reader will be interested to plunge into the fairy-tale world with the heroes of the stories. Fairy tales are very important for children: they expand their vocabulary and train their memory. If you read different books, children not only learn to speak correctly, colorfully, clearly, but also to think, analyze, dream, fantasize.

If you want to read books from dozens of authors from all over the world online, on our page everyone can find something to their liking. Maybe it will be a fairy tale about dragons and knights, or about beautiful princesses, or adventures in the mountains and dungeons. We offer you to get acquainted with the list of books and find the most interesting fairy tales for yourself and your children.

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All books in the library are in English, works by English, American, Italian, Spanish, German and many other writers. For example, has the reader heard of the heroes of such artists as Arthur Scott Bailey, George MacDonald, Norman Lindsey, Percy Francis Westerman, Johanna Spirey or Abby Farwell Brown? And each of them wrote a number of fairy tales for children.

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Try, for example, Abby Farwell's collection "An Interesting Book of Birds". In it, the author tells the story of birds - what birds have meant to all generations of men, women and children since the dawn of time. The material is presented not just with facts about birds as in many books - but on the contrary, in the form of funny fantasies, stories, interesting moments, with the use of Christian motifs.

Or the child will be interested in reading books by George MacDonald "The Princess and the Goblin" or "Guide" by Swiss writer Johanna Spira, which are based on interesting children's cartoons.

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iginal Dutch settlers. Many ceremonies and customs, relics of aruder age, and now nearly forgotten, were still practised. TheRaymonds, although pious, and more intelligent than most of theirneighbours, kept up many of the usages of Fatherland on the Christmasoccasion, perhaps more as wafting them back in remembrance of earlyenjoyment in the home circle, than from any present love of thefestivity common at this period.The joyful season drew nigh merrily, and in the watchmaker's family,as in all

e race has, in general, attainedthrough centuries of experience and moralising. The story becomes aninescapable part of the outfit of received ideas on manners and moralswhich is a necessary possession of the heir of civilisation.Children do not object to these stories in the least, if the stories aregood ones. They accept them with the relish which nature seems ever tohave for all truly nourishing material. And the little tales are one ofthe media through which we elders may transmit some very

d as though thegolden floor of heaven had come to rest upon earth. The path, withits sentinel trees, led straight as a rod to a distant house, longand low, surrounded by a vine-covered veranda. There were strange,sweet smells in the air, which felt soft and warm. The sky wasbrilliantly blue, and on the fence across the road a gorgeous parrotsat preening its feathers in the sunshine.Mollie looked about her with curious eyes, wondering where she was.Not in England, of that she was sure--there was

referred manlystrength and vivacity even though accompanied by a shade of bluntness.But Sibyl always received Graham Marr with one of her bright smiles,and she would listen to his poetry hour after hour; for Graham wroteverses, and liked nothing better than reclining in an easy chair andreading them aloud."What Sibyl can see in Gra-a-m'ma, I cannot imagine," Bessie wouldsometimes say; "he is a lazy white-headed egotist; a good judge oflace and ribbons, but mortally afraid of a

show it with great satisfaction to his mother. She was much delighted athis skill and said:"You are surely going to be a wood-carver, and a very good one." From that time on Toni looked at every little piece of wood which came inhis way, to see if it would be good for carving, and if so he wouldquickly put it away, so that he often brought home all his pockets full ofthese pieces, which he then collected like treasures into a pile and spentevery free moment carving them. Thus the

to Central Park, where the scene was to be filmed, or photographed over again--a "retake," as it is called, the bane alike of camera men and directors.And while the girls--the moving picture girls--are on their way to do over a bit of work, I shall take the opportunity of telling my new readers something about Ruth and Alice DeVere. I have called them just what they are: "The Moving Picture Girls," and that is the title of the first volume of this series, which depicts them