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Tales of Folk and Fairies is a beautiful collection of folk fairy-tales first published in 1919. The book is written and illustrated by Katharine Pyle (1863-1938). Pyle achieved recognition as an author through her short stories, poems, and plays for children. She also compiled and retold several volumes of fairy tales and myths. The book contains 14 beautiful folk stories from around the world, perfect for a bedtime story.

Stories include:

- Jean Malin and the Bull-man: A Louisiana Tale
- The Widow's Son: A Scandinavian Tale
- The History of All Cogia From the Arabian Nights
- Oh!: A Cossack Story
- The Talking Eggs: A Story from Louisiana
- The Frog Princess: A Russian Story
- The Magic Turban, The Magic Sword, and the Magic Carpet: A Persian Story
- The Triumph of Truth: A Hindu Story
- Dame Pridgett and the Fairies

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