The Frog Prince and other stories - The Original Classic Edition
by Crane Walter
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The Frog Prince and other stories by Walter Crane - The Original Classic Edition
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Near the castle of this King was a large and gloomy forest, and in the midst stood an old lime-tree, beneath whose branches splashed a little fountain; so, whenever it was very hot, the Kings youngest daughter ran off into this wood, and sat down by the side of this fountain; and, when she felt dull, would often divert herself by throwing a golden ball up in the air and catching it.
...They had not proceeded far when the Prince heard a crack as if something had broken behind the carriage; so he put his head out of the window and asked Henry what was broken, and Henry answered, It was not the carriage, my master, but a band which I bound round my heart when it was in such grief because you were changed into a frog.
...She was dreadfully cold as she drew near the rock, but seeing a turtle-dove lying on the snow, she took it up, warmed it, and restored it to life: and the dove reviving, gaily said, I know you, in spite of your disguise; follow my advice: when you arrive at the rock, remain at the bottom and begin to sing the sweetest song you know; the green bird will listen to you; you must then pretend to go to sleep; when it sees me, it will come down to peck me, and at that moment you will be able to seize it.
...One day, when Aladdin was walking outside the town, an old man came up to him, and looking very hard in his face, said he was his fathers brother, and had long been away in a distant country, but that now he wished to help his nephew to get on.
...After lifting this up, the Magician told Aladdin to go below, down some broken steps, and at the foot of these he would find three halls, in the last of which was a door leading to a garden full of beautiful trees; this he was to cross, and after mounting some more steps, he would come to a terrace, when he would see a niche, in which there was a lighted Lamp.
- Emereo Publishing, October 2012
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