[PDF / Epub] ☆ The Yellow Fairy Book Author Andrew Lang – Pmgtest.info

The Yellow Fairy Book A Cat Had Made Acquaintance With A Mouse, And Had Spoken So Much Of The Great Love And Friendship She Felt For Her, That At Last The Mouse Consented To Live In The Same House With Her, And To Go Shares In The Housekeeping But We Must Provide For The Winter Or Else We Shall Suffer Hunger, Said The Cat You, Little Mouse, Cannot Venture Everywhere In Case You Run At Last Into A Trap This Good Counsel Was Followed, And A Little Pot Of Fat Was Bought But They Did Not Know Where To Put It At Length, After Long Consultation, The Cat Said, I Know Of No Place Where It Could Be Better Put Than In The Church No One Will Trouble To Take It Away From There We Will Hide It In A Corner, And We Won T Touch It Till We Are In Want So The Little Pot Was Placed In Safety But It Was Not Long Before The Cat Had A Great Longing For It, And Said To The Mouse, I Wanted To Tell You, Little Mouse, That My Cousin Has A Little Son, White With Brown Spots, And She Wants Me To Be Godmother To It Let Me Go Out To Day, And Do You Take Care Of The House Alone.


10 thoughts on “The Yellow Fairy Book

  1. says:

    Haven t quite enjoyed it as much as the previous tomes, I ve considered some stories to be a bit vulgar to be read to kids.


  2. says:

    If fairy stories can t get a five star rating then what is our standard Five stars to Andrew Lang and his magnificent collection of colored fairy stories This Yellow one is one of my favorites Real fairy stories with real consequences.


  3. says:

    I grew up with a copy of Andrew Lang s The Blue Fairy Book I loved that hardback edition of fairy tales I read it and reread it and reread it At that time, I had no idea that there were a whole set of color fairy tales to be had But I had such fond memories of it that when I s


  4. says:

    My rating as to do with the narration of the audiobook rather than the fairy tales The actual fairy tales were ok Some were interesting than others However, the narration was awful Each narrator read in such a bored voice that it was very di...


  5. says:

    I feel like I saw pretty much the same thing in all my reviews for these books but it was enjoyable Some were boring and other were good.


  6. says:

    This is the one in which the tales really start to branch out There are a couple of literary tales that I didn t much like, but a lot places Greek Polish Bukowinaer Iclelandic A few from North America I parti...


  7. says:

    I enjoyed this book a lot, with its classic tales from around the world There are stories compiled from Russia, Iceland, Poland, and many other places There are Hans Christian Andersen stories, and some Native American legends added in for good measure H.J Ford s illustrations are exquisite as usual, and though the


  8. says:

    This is the other book I got for Christmas last week This was probably the first of Andrew Lang s Fairy Books that I exposed myself to all the way back in 2013 , and I m glad to finally have a copy of my own This one has quite a selection, including stories by Hans Christian Andersen and the Brothers Grimm, as well as stories


  9. says:

    All the Lang books are required reading Pre Joseph Campbell panoramas of history s imagination Great illustrations and grittier lessons than any Disney wants to teach.


  10. says:

    I love reading fairy tales and especially a whole collection I love seeing the common themes that the different ways the same stories are told Although I may not agree with all of the messages i am always interested to see how social norms get played out in these stories In this collection I was particularly interested in the themes of forgivene


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