The Little Maid of Israel

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The Magic Soap Bubble

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The Magic World

?The Magic World? is a 1912 collection of short stories by E. Nesbit. Edith Nesbit (1858 ? 1924) was an English poet and author. She is perhaps best remembered for her children's literature, publishing more than 60 such books under the name E. Nesbit. She was also a political activist and co-founded the Fabian Society, which had a significant influence on the Labour Party and British politics in general. The Stories include: "The Cat-hood of Maurice", The Mixed Mine", "Accidental Magic", "The Princess and the Hedge-pig", "Septimus Septimusson", "The White Cat", "Belinda and Bellamant", and more. This wonderful collection is perfect bedtime reading material and would make for a wonderful addition to any family collection. Other notable works by this author include: ?The Prophet's Mantle? (1885), ?Something Wrong? (1886), and ?The Marden Mystery? (1896). Many vintage books such as this are becoming increasingly scarce and expensive. It is with this in mind that we are republishing this volume now in an affordable, modern, high-quality edition complete with a specially-commissioned new biography of the author.

The MOON PRINCESS – a Fairy Tale

The heavens were a stainless blue, and the Moon shone out of them arrayed in silvery garments. One by one the sky?s matchless jewels, the stars, peeped out, studding that great ceiling with flashing diamond-points, until the whole dome was a glittering mass of blue and silver.Calm and majestic the Moon glided over her star-studded pathway; but, in spite of her glorious beauty and brilliancy, she was really sad and sick at heart. Ethelda, her best beloved, the youngest and dearest of her children, had just made a request the granting of which caused her that night bitterest sorrow. Ethelda had asked no less than this: to visit the Earth and spend her honeymoon there!Prince Dorion came with a great retinue of knights, all dressed in shining gold wrought in the Sun?s fiery furnace, and bringing wonderful jewels to his bride. The Moon Queen, not to be outdone in magnificence, showered silver in plenty upon them both, and bade one hundred of her loveliest maidens accompany the bridal pair upon their journey.And so they set off across the heavens on their way to Earth?.. But what adventures await the young couple? How will the little folk, the fairies, like this? Will the Prince and the Princess? brilliance overshadow Earth?s Fairy King and Queen, annoying them, or will they be welcomed with open arms?Well, the only way to find out is to download the book and read this wonderful tale of fairies, fairy Kings and Queens and fairy Princes and Princesses.10% of the profit from the sale of this book will be donated to charities.============Abela Publishing ? Publishing Yesterday?s books for Today?s Charities10% of the book?s profit is donated to charities.============ABOUTH THE AUTHOREdith Ogden Harrison (November 16, 1862 ? May 22, 1955) was a well-known and prolific author of children's books and fairy tales in the early decades of the twentieth century. She was also the wife of Carter Harrison, Jr., five-term mayor of Chicago.KEYWORDS/TAGS: The Moon Princess, Fairy tales, fairytales, children?s stories, bedtime stories, fables, Asgard, beach, beautiful, bride, brilliant, cave, circle, clouds, colors, colours, companions, crimson, daughter, diamonds, Prince Dorion, dwarf, Earth, Princess Ethelda, fairies, Fairyland, flowers, forest, Fronto, golden, handsome, happy, heart, heavens, jewels, joy, King, Queen, ladder, lake, love, magician, magnificent, maiden, Majesty, marry, mermaids, mist, mountains, music, Ocean, Oswald, palace, pink, pleasure, rainbow, rescue, Selene, shine, Silver, skies, soft, sparkling, splendor, sprites, Star, stones, Sun, sword, thousands, valley, veil, voice, waves, wedding, wicked, yellow

The Mystery of the Sea (A Political Thriller)

This eBook has been formatted to the highest digital standards and adjusted for readability on all devices. Archibald Hunter is a young Englishman who decides to move to Cruden Bay, a small Scottish Village after he experienced a strange psychic vision. He gets into possession of a certain trunk with ciphered letters from 16th century. While near the seashore, Archibald rescues from the ocean a beautiful American woman named Marjory, and she later helps him decode the cipher. From the letters Archibald learns about a secret treasure of Spaniard Don Bernardino de Escoban and realizes that it is buried on his new property. Archibald also finds out that Marjory is a descendant of Sir Francis Drake, the pirate behind many Elizabethan schemes against the Spanish, and that there is a Spanish plot against her life. Two of them agree to get married and find the treasure, but Marjory gets kidnapped and Archibald goes on a rescue mission.

The Overall Boys in Switzerland

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The RAINBOW CAT – the Magical Adventures of a Very Special Cat

The Rainbow Cat is not in the least like any cat you have ever seen. You see, it is a fairy cat, so it rather had to be different. It?s outward appearance is simply magical, if not somewhat unusual. You see it had a violet nose, indigo eyes, pale blue ears, green front legs, a yellow body, orange back legs and a red tail. In fact, it was coloured with all the colours of the rainbow, and so was known as the Rainbow Cat. Of course, it had to live in Fairyland (well where else would you find a Rainbow Cat?) and it had all sorts of really strange adventures. In this book I am going to tell you some of them, and I think you will agree that it really had a very exciting and breathtaking time.What were these adventures you ask? Well, you will have to download this book and find out for yourself!,,,-Rose Amy Fyleman (1877-1957) was an English writer and poet, noted for her works on the fairy folk, for children.===================KEYWORDS/TAGS: The Rainbow cat, adventures, baker, banquet, beautiful, bottom, bramble-bush, castle, Cat, Chief, children, daughter, fairies, fairy, Fairy Giant, Fairyland, flowers, frightened, gentleman, giant, giantess, gold, golden, Golden-bright, hawthorn, King, kingdom, ladies, laughter, magic horse, magic moon, mandolin, Marigold, marriage, Mellidora, palace, prince, Princess, Queen, Rainbow, river, Rondel, schoolmaster, silver, sunshine, Tree-goblins, valley, wicked witch, wife, wizard, rose fyleman, magical

The Room With the Tassels: A Detective Pennington Wise Murder Mystery

"The Room with the Tassels" is a locked room mystery novel with young detective Penny Wise as a star character. With spiritualism and occultism back in fashion, a group of rich and bored New Yorkers decide to find a "real" haunted house, where they will try to investigate the truth or falsity of paranormal activities. They settle on a place called Black Aspens with the infamous room with tassels, up in the wilds of Vermont, which is believed to be haunted ever since the murder occurred there. Things don't go well for the group, as the murders start happening, and it will take the brilliance of Pennington Wise to solve the mystery. Carolyn Wells (1862-1942) was an American writer and poet. Among the most famous of her mystery novels were the Fleming Stone Detective Stories, and Pennington Wise series. She also wrote several Sherlock Holmes stories.

The SAND-HILLS OF JUTLAND – 18 Tales and Stories by Hans Christian Andersen

In this volume you will find 18 children?s stories by the master story-teller - Hans Christian Andersen. This present volume is the second of the selected stories from Hans Christian Andersen. John Ruskin, after whom Ruskin College, Oxford is named, considered "The Sandhills of Jutland" to be ?the most perfect story? that he knew. The 18 tales in this volume are: The Sand-Hills Of Jutland The Mud-King's Daughter The Quickest Runners The Bell's Hollow Soup Made Of A Sausage-Stick The Neck Of A Bottle The Old Bachelor's Nightcap Something The Old Oak Tree's Last Dream The Wind Relates The Story Of Waldemar Daae and His Daughters The Girl Who Trod Upon Bread Ol?, The Watchman Of The Tower Anne Lisbeth; Or, The Apparition Of The Beach Children's Prattle A Row Of Pearls The Pen And The Inkstand The Child In The Grave Charming The power of Andersen?s tales to charm and elevate runs like a living thread through whatever he writes. His books have met the tests and held an undiminishing popularity among the best of children's books. They have set the standard, and their place in permanent literature will grow wider and more secure as time passes. Only a few children's authors will, and should, be ranked among the Immortals, and Hans Andersen is without a doubt one of them. That the genial author travelled widely for a man of his time, has enabled him to add charm to the stories in this volume. Almost everywhere he went he was urged to tell the tales himself. Even though he had become world famous, he did with equal measures of charm and grace in the kitchens of the humble and in the courts of nobles and palaces of kings. Wherever there are children to read, the stories of Hans Christian Andersen will be read and loved. =============== TAGS: Hans Christian Andersen Fairy Tales, folklore, myths, legends, children?s stories, bedtime, fables, read, school children, homes, love to read, story-teller, imagination, sweet, sad, sand hills of jutland, sand dunes, mud-king's daughter, quickest runners, bell's hollow, soup made of a sausage-stick, neck of a bottle, old bachelor's nightcap, something, old oak tree's last dream, wind relates the story of waldemar daae, daughters, girl who trod upon bread, ol?, watchman of the tower, anne lisbeth, apparition of the beach, children's prattle, row of pearls, pen and the inkstand, child in the grave, charming

The SANDMAN’S HOUR – 25 Original Bedtime Stories for Children

Reading bedtime stories to children can be a wonderful way to settle a child?s often overactive mind at the end of a busy day. This original classic, collection of tales penned by Abbie Phillips Walker, opens the world of fairy tales full of magic and miracles for little ones! These stories are short and sweet, perfect for bedtime. Some will make you laugh and others will teach you a lesson. Find your favourite fairy tale on those pages! These 25 stories are all original and all sparkling examples of Abby Walker's ability to spin a witty story that is fun to read and listen to. I assure you, you really do want to hear about The Good Sea Monster? The Shoemaker Rat and most of all, The Disorderly Girl? Be careful not to get too carried away acting out these wonderful stories, because you may end up over-stimulating your children and then they?ll never get to sleep. The stories in this volume are: Where The Sparks Go The Good Sea Monster Mother Turkey And Her Chicks The Fairies And The Dandelion Mr. 'Possum The Rooster That Crowed Too Soon Tearful Hilda's Mermaid The Mirror's Dream The Contest The Pink And Blue Eggs Why The Morning-Glory Sleeps Dorothy And The Portrait Mistress Pussy's Mistake Kid The Shoemaker Rat The Poppies Little China Doll The Disorderly Girl The Wise Old Gander Dinah Cat And The Witch The Star And The Lily Lazy Gray The Old Gray Hen The Worsted Doll YESTERDAY?S BOOKS for TODAY?S CHARITIES 10% of the profit from the sale of this book will be donated to charity. ============= KEYWORDS-TAGS: The Sandman?s Hour, Abbie Phillips Walker, Children?s stories, Childrens, Folklore, Fairy, Folk, Tales, bedtime story, legends, storyteller, fables, moral tales, myths, happiness, laughter, Where The Sparks Go, Good, Sea Monster, Mother Turkey, Chicks, The Fairies, Dandelion, Mr. 'Possum, Rooster, Crow, Too Soon, Tearful, Tears, Hilda's Mermaid, Mirror, Dream, Contest, Pink And Blue Eggs, Morning-Glory, Sleep, Dorothy, Portrait, Mistress Pussy, Mistake, Kid, Shoemaker Rat, Poppies, Little, China Doll, Disorderly Girl, Wise Old Gander, Dinah Cat, Witch, Star, Lily, Lazy Gray, Old Gray Hen, Worsted Doll

The Soul Scar: Detective Craig Kennedy’s Case

Professor Craig Kennedy is a scientist detective at Columbia University. He uses his knowledge of chemistry and psychoanalysis to solve cases, and uses exotic devices in his work such as lie detectors, gyroscopes, and portable seismographs. "The Soul Scar" ? Professor Kennedy is trying to unravel a murder mystery through the analysis of a woman's dream.

The STORY OF DOCTOR DOLITTLE: Book 1 in the Dr. Dolittle Series

This is the first in Hugh Lofting?s famous Doctor Dolittle book series. Written and illustrated by Lofting it contains 30 pen and ink illustrations plus 21 illuminated drop-capitals ? one for the start of every chapter. SYNOPSIS: John Dolittle, MD, is a respected physician, a quiet bachelor living with his spinster sister in the small English village of Puddleby-on-the-Marsh. His love of animals grows over the years and his household menagerie eventually scares off his human clientele, leading to a loss of income and wealth. But after learning the secret of speaking to all animals from his parrot Polynesia, he takes up veterinary practice. His fortunes rise and fall again after a crocodile takes up residence, leading to his sister leaving in disgust with the intention of getting married, but his fame in the animal kingdom spreads throughout the world. He is conscripted into voyaging to Africa to cure a monkey epidemic just as he faces bankruptcy. He has to borrow supplies and a ship, and sails with a crew of his favourite animals, but is shipwrecked upon arriving to Africa. On the way to the monkey kingdom, his band is arrested by the king of Jolliginki, a victim of European exploitation who wants no white men travelling in his country. The band barely escapes by ruse, but makes it to the monkey kingdom where things are indeed dire as a result of the raging epidemic. He vaccinates the well monkeys and nurses the sick back to health. In appreciation, the monkeys find a pushmi-pullyu, a shy two-headed gazelle-unicorn cross, whose rarity may bring Dr. Dolittle money back home. On the return trip, they again are captured in Jolliginki. This time they escape with the help of Prince Bumpo, who gives them a ship in exchange for Dolittle's bleaching Bumpo's face white, as his greatest desire being to act as a European fairy-tale prince. Dolittle's crew then have a couple of run-ins with pirates, leading to Dolittle's winning a pirate ship loaded with treasures and rescuing a boy whose uncle was abandoned on a rock island. After reuniting the two, Dolittle finally makes it home and tours with the pushmi-pullyu in a circus until he makes enough money to retire to his beloved home in Puddleby.

The Story of Princess Nobody – a Children’s Tale From Fairyland

The Story of Princess Nobody is a tale from Fairy Land.A Charming story with equally charming illustrations which enhance the narrative of a much-loved classic that tells the story of Prince Comical and his search for the diminutive princess who doesn?t have a name.To backtrack, the king and queen were childless, and a hasty promise was made by the King of the Fairies when a dwarf offers to provide him and his queen with a much-desired child. The condition was for her hand in marriage when she was old-enough. True to his promise, a child was soon conceived??As a young girl, the princess lived a charmed life with loving parents, a doting fairy-Godmother and the birds of the forest as her companions.The dwarf reappeared at the appointed time only for the king to realise what he had promised. Princess Nobody is whisked away and hidden deep in the forest in order to protect her. At first several royal suitors seek her out but without success. Finally, Prince Comical succeeds in his search for the diminutive princess overcoming a number of obstacles in his attempt to find her. He woos her and they fall in love and marry (look for the cute image of the prince and princess kissing across the top of a mushroom!) Realising the princess? predicament has not altered, the prince and princess make a departure and disappear after the marriage and escape the dwarf, and the story has a ?happy ever after? ending.Elves, fairies, dwarfs and other denizens of fairyland will prove irresistible to anyone enchanted by the fantasy world of sprites and other little people.Written by Andrew Lang in 1884, the master folklorist, after he saw the illustrations of Richard Doyle. This volume contains 61 BnW and colour illustrations by Doyle.We invite you to curl up with your young ones with this unique sliver of Bedtime Fairy culture not seen in print for many-a-year, and immerse yourself and your children in the tales and fables of yesteryear.10% of the profit from the sale of this book will be donated to charities.----------------------------KEYWORDS: the story of princess nobody, fairy tales, folklore, myths, legends, children?s stories, bygone era, fairydom, fairy land, fairies, elves, pixies, pixy, pisky, piskies, classic stories, children?s bedtime stories, fables, Prince Comical, forest, king, queen, fairy-godmother, birds, friends, quest, seek, love, marry, kiss, niente, mushrooms, butterfly, butterflies

The Story of the Treasure Seekers – Being the Adventures of the Bastable Children in Search of a Fortune

First published in 1899, "The Story of the Treasure Seekers" is a novel by E. Nesbit that tells the tale of Oswald, Dora, Dicky, Noel, Alice, and Horace Octavius Bastable's endeavours to help their widowed father recover the lost fortunes of their family. It is the first in a trilogy that includes: "The Wouldbegoods" (1901) and "The New Treasure Seekers" (1904). Edith Nesbit (1858 - 1924) was an English poet and author. She is perhaps best remembered for her children's literature, publishing more than 60 such books under the name E. Nesbit. She was also a political activist and co-founded the Fabian Society, which had a significant influence on the Labour Party and British politics in general. Other notable works by this author include: "The Prophet's Mantle" (1885), "Something Wrong" (1886), and "The Marden Mystery" (1896). Many vintage books such as this are becoming increasingly scarce and expensive. It is with this in mind that we are republishing this volume now in an affordable, modern, high-quality edition complete with a specially-commissioned new biography of the author.

The SUNBONNET BABIES IN ITALY – Sisters Molly and May Explore Italy With Their Parents

May and Molly are the Sunbonnet babies. In 1922, their father and mother have taken them on a holiday to Italy on board a passenger liner (transatlantic passenger air travel only began six years later on 11 October 1928 by the Graf Zepplin.) The story of their visit is told from a child?s perspective. Their first port of call is Naples where their first sight is Mt Vesuvius. On their way to visit the buried city of Pompeii they first call in at a museum to learn more about Pompeii and the famous explosion of 24 August 79AD. Their hotel room overlooks the port of Naples, one if the busiest ports on the Mediterranean Sea. Looking out over the harbour and all it?s ships, the girls wonder if any are pirate ships? Later they visit ?the Humpbacked Island,? really the Isle of Capri, where they explore the island and a sea cave. Their next port of call is the City of Rome and all its sights where they learn the story of the city?s founding twins, Romulus and Remus and how Rome came to be. Then they then travel North where they learn about rural Italian life before visiting the Leaning Tower of Pisa. They travel on to Venice, which they call ?The City in the Sea.? Their father takes them around the city sights and they have a strawberry ice-cream on the Piazza of St. Mark and visit the Ponte Vecchio where they do some shopping. They are fortunate enough to be invited to visit a Gondolier's Home. They pay a flying visit to the tall bell tower called the "Lily in Stone," and a cathedral in Florence before returning home. So, we invite you to curl up with this unique sliver of children?s literature not seen in print for many a year; and immerse yourself, and your children, in tales written for a far more gentler time. 10% of the net sale will be donated to charities by the publisher.---------------------------- KEYWORDS/TAGS: fairy tales, folklore, myths, legends, children?s stories, children?s stories, bygone era, fairydom, fairy land, classic stories, children?s bedtime stories, happy place, happiness, Sun-Man's Babies, Arrival, steamer, passenger liner, Naples, Drive, Strange Sights, Visit, Museum, Afternoon in the Park, Buried City, Pompeii, Pirates, Humpbacked Island, Capri, City, Rome, Twins, Romulus, Remus, Travel Adventures, City in the Sea, Venice, Gondolier, Home, House, May, Molly, Sunbonnet babies, Italy

The THREE PARTNERS (A Western Classic)

When three partners find a fortune in the Gold Rush it invites a lot of unwanted attention, deceit and death!

The Trial and Execution of the Sparrow for Killing Cock Robin

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The WALLYPUG OF WHY – a Children’s Adventure in the Land of Why

Journeying through the land of WhyYou?ll meet the strangest company,Various creatures, great and small,And something odd about them all?A socialistic Cockatoo;A most mysterious thing?a Goo;The quaintest men; a charming maidTwo ancient ladies, prim and staid;The Wallypug?pray, who is he?I mustn?t tell you; download me, read me and see.=============KEYWORDS/TAGS: Wallypug of Why, Ancient, balloon, Bathing-machine, Belinda, Cockatoo, contemptuous, creature, Crocodile, cross, Crow, crown, delighted, Dinner, Doctor-in-law, Dumpsey Deazil, Fish, French, Gardener, gentleman, GIRLIE, Goo, gracious, Guineapig, halfpenny, handkerchief, Husher, island, Joke, kettle, King, love, Lucinda, Madame, Majesty, Mandarin, Mariner, meadow, Microscopist, Minstrel, mustard, Noun, ooob, Owl, Palace, Penguin, Pig, Piggie, Poodle, Porter, Pray, pretty, rose, Royal, rude, Schoolmistress, sea, Seal, sixpence, spectacles, Sphinx, spiders, Station-master, succeed, taxes, teapot, terrible, thank you, train, Wallypug, whisper, whole. Why, wink, Journey, land of Why, strange company, odd creatures, socialistic Cockatoo, mysterious creature,?quaint men, charming maid, ancient ladies, prim, staid, download, read,

The White Moll: A Thriller

Set in New York's shady underbelly of crime, we follow Rhoda Gray, alias The White Moll, as she strives to do good but finds herself framed by criminals who also blame her for ruining their schemes. Rhoda Gray devoted her life protecting the poor and weak in the underworld of New York City, and became known as The White Moll, a fearless crime fighter. But when she helps Gypsy Nan, who turns out not to be what she seemed, The White Moll is accused of a crime she didn't commit. Pulled into the criminal world and on the run from the police, she plays against fearful odds to beat the most notorious crime gang in New York City. Frank Lucius Packard (1877-1942) was a Canadian novelist best known for his Jimmie Dale mystery series. As a young man he worked as a civil engineer for the Canadian Pacific Railway. His experiences working on the railroad led to his writing a series of railroad stories and novels. Packard also wrote number of mystery novels, the most famous of which featured a character called Jimmie Dale, a wealthy playboy by day and a fearless crime fighter by night. Jimmie Dale novels brought the idea of a costume and mask for hero's secret identity, and also established the concept of a hero's secret hideout or lair.

The Wide Awake Third Reader

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THIS WAY TO CHRISTMAS

Stories for When You're Snowed in at Christmas

TOP O’ the WORLD – a Once Upon a Time Children’s Fantasy Tale

TOP o? the WORLD is a tale of ONCE UPON A TIME?..This is a child?s fantasy / fairy tale of

Two Little Women (Complete Series)

Two Little Women, Two Little Women and Treasure House & Two Little Women on a Holiday

Vivian’s Lesson

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WHAT THE MOON SAW AND OTHER TALES

This volume was intended as a sequel to Andersen?s 1864 Stories and Tales (see end pages of this book) and was aimed at slightly older children. This book of fairy tales and stories deals with more complex moral questions, without sacrificing Andersen?s characteristic imaginative and fantasy elements. The series of sketches of varying lengths in this book arose from the Andersen?s experiences when as a youth he went to seek his fortune Copenhagen, in the capital of his native land; and the story entitled "Under the Willow Tree" is said likewise to have its foundation in fact. Containing 45 stories and tales, it is Illustrated with 80 woodcuts done by the brothers Dalziel, from illustrations by Alfred Water Bayes. Some of the stories in this volume are: * What the Moon Saw * The Story of the Year * The Goblin and the Huckster * In a Thousand Years * The Bond of Friendship * Jack the Dullard * Under the Willow Tree * The Beetle * A Leaf from the Sky * The Dumb Book; plus many, many more. So, we invite you to download this ebook, find a comfy chair and settle in to be entertained for hours. 10% of the profit from the sale of this book will be donated to charities. ?---------------------------- KEYWORDS/TAGS: ?Folklore, fairy tales, myths, legends, folk tales, children?s stories, bedtime, fables, culture, cultural, What the Moon Saw, Story of the Year, Good for Nothing, Difference, Everything, Right Place, Goblin, Huckster, Thousand Years, Bond, Friendship, Jack the Dullard, Something, Under, Willow Tree, Beetle, Old Man, Always Right, Wind, Waldemar Daa, Daughters, Ib, Christine, Ole, Tower-Keeper, Bottle-Neck, Good Humour, leaf, Sky, Dumb, Book, Jewish Girl, Thorny Road, Honour, Old Gravestone, Old Bachelor, Nightcap, Marsh King, Daughter, Last Dream, Old Oak Tree, Christmas Tale, Bell-deep, Puppet Showman, Pigs, Anne Lisbeth, Charming, Duck, yard, Trod, tread, stood, Loaf, bread, Sand dunes, Bishop of Borglum, Warriors, Snow Man, Two Maidens, Farmyard Cock, Weathercock, Pen, Inkstand, Child, Grave, Soup, Sausage Peg, Wise Men, Butterfly, Uttermost, ?Parts, Sea, Ph?nix Bird, phoenix

When Mother Lets Us Give a Party: A Book That Tells Little Folk How Best to Entertain and Amuse Their Little Friends

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