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21. The Old Man And His Grandson
(Fairy Tales/Brothers Grimm)
... likewise said nothing if he did spill a little of anything.  ...
22. Clever Gretel
(Fairy Tales/Brothers Grimm)
... 'The cook must know what the food is like.' It came to pass that the master one day said to her: 'Gretel, there is a guest coming this evening; prepare me two fowls very daintily.' 'I will see to it, ...
23. Tom Thumb
(Fairy Tales/Brothers Grimm)
... for a large piece of gold, and they paid the price. 'Where would you like to sit?' said one of them. 'Oh, put me on the rim of your hat; that will be a nice gallery for me; I can walk about there and see ...
24. Little Red Riding Hood
(Fairy Tales/Brothers Grimm)
... the cottage-door standing open, and when she went into the room, she had such a strange feeling that she said to herself: 'Oh dear! how uneasy I feel today, and at other times I like being with grandmother ...
25. Mother Holle
(Fairy Tales/Brothers Grimm)
... the apples came falling down upon her like rain; but she continued shaking until there was not a single apple left upon it. Then she carefully gathered the apples together in a heap and walked on again. ...
26. Hansel And Gretel
(Fairy Tales/Brothers Grimm)
... the door below, and crept outside. The moon shone brightly, and the white pebbles which lay in front of the house glittered like real silver pennies. Hansel stooped and stuffed the little pocket of his ...
27. The Valiant Little Tailor
(Fairy Tales/Brothers Grimm)
... joy like a lamb's tail. The tailor put on the girdle, and resolved to go forth into the world, because he thought his workshop was too small for his valour. Before he went away, he sought about in the ...
28. Rapunzel
(Fairy Tales/Brothers Grimm)
... dare,' said she with angry look, 'descend into my garden and steal my rampion like a thief? You shall suffer for it!' 'Ah,' answered he, 'let mercy take the place of justice, I only made up my mind to ...
29. The Adventures Of Chanticleer And Partlet
(Fairy Tales/Brothers Grimm)
... 'That's a good joke!' said Chanticleer; 'no, that will never do; I had rather by half walk home; I'll sit on the box and be coachman, if you like, but I'll not draw.' While this was passing, a duck came ...
30. The Goose - Girl
(Fairy Tales/Brothers Grimm)
... with the false princess on one side, and the true one on the other; but nobody knew her again, for her beauty was quite dazzling to their eyes; and she did not seem at all like the little goose-girl, now ...
31. Cat And Mouse In Partnership
(Fairy Tales/Brothers Grimm)
... get anything very good to eat, think of me. I should like a drop of sweet red christening wine myself.' All this, however, was untrue; the cat had no cousin, and had not been asked to be godmother. She ...
32. The Willow - Wren And The Bear
(Fairy Tales/Brothers Grimm)
... King of birds,' said the wolf, 'before whom we must bow down.' In reality the bird was the willow-wren. 'IF that's the case,' said the bear, 'I should very much like to see his royal palace; come, take ...
33. The Fisherman And His Wife
(Fairy Tales/Brothers Grimm)
... not you ask it for anything?' said the wife, 'we live very wretchedly here, in this nasty dirty pigsty; do go back and tell the fish we want a snug little cottage.' The fisherman did not much like the ...
34. The Twelve Dancing Princesses
(Fairy Tales/Brothers Grimm)
... could discover the secret, and find out where it was that the princesses danced in the night, he should have the one he liked best for his wife, and should be king after his death; but whoever tried and ...
35. The Dog And The Sparrow
(Fairy Tales/Brothers Grimm)
... have had plenty of meat,' answered he, 'but I should like to have a piece of bread to eat after it.' 'Come with me then,' said the sparrow, 'and you shall soon have that too.' So she took him to a baker's ...
36. The Straw, The Coal, And The Bean
(Fairy Tales/Brothers Grimm)
... should have been burnt to ashes.' The bean said: 'I too have escaped with a whole skin, but if the old woman had got me into the pan, I should have been made into broth without any mercy, like my comrades.' ...
37. Old Sultan
(Fairy Tales/Brothers Grimm)
... as you live.' The dog liked this plan very well; and accordingly so it was managed. The wolf ran with the child a little way; the shepherd and his wife screamed out; but Sultan soon overtook him, and carried ...
38. Jorinda And Jorindel
(Fairy Tales/Brothers Grimm)
... the form of an owl, or crept about the country like a cat; but at night she always became an old woman again. When any young man came within a hundred paces of her castle, he became quite fixed, and could ...
39. Hans In Luck
(Fairy Tales/Brothers Grimm)
... always, like poor puss, alight upon their legs, and only move on so much the faster. The world may very likely not always think of them as they think of themselves, but what care they for the world? what ...
... even change the image settings after they have taken the photos by using a tool like this or use Windows Live gallery. I am suggesting a campaign ‘to reduce our obese file sizes’. Think about it ...
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