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of, 47

Folklore, 5, 10, 53, 56, 131, 171, 268, 281. See

also Fables, Fairy Stories, Myths, Poetry,

and Romance
Folk tales; See Fairy stories
FOLLEN, E. L., 371-372
Ford, S., 527
“For every evil under the sun," 24
For Those Who Fail, 415
For Want of a Nail, 40
Four-and-twenty tailors," 25
Four Leaved Clover, A, 174
Four Million, The, 505
Fox and His Wife, The, 40
Fox and the Grapes, The, 276
FRANCE, MARIE DE, 284
FRANCILLON, R. E., 330, 332
FRANKLIN, B., 250, 291, 293, 646, 263
FRERE, M., 152, 150
Frey, 354
Frog and the Ox, The, 267
Frogs Desiring a King, The, 267
Gay, J., 286
GAYLEY, C. M., 340
George Washington, 642
Gift of the Magi, The, 505
GILBERT, W. S., 430
Gods and Heroes, 330, 332
GOLDSMITH, O., 19, 445; work of, 445
Good-Natured Little Boy, The, 456
Good-Night and Good Morning, 396
Good Play, A, 382
Good Samaritan, The, 289
Goody Two-Shoes, 445
Goose with the Golden Eggs, The, 272
Gosse, E., 381, 477
Grading; See Course of study
Granny's Wonderful Chair, 209
Grasshopper and the Ant, The, 285
Great A, little a," 25
Green Fairy Book, 73.
GRIMM, Jacob and WILHELM, 132-146, 89; work

“Here we go up, up, up," 25
Heroes of Asgard, The, 354
Hero stories; See Romance

Hey! diddle, diddle," 25
Hickery, dickery, 6 and 7," 25
“Hickory, dickory, dock," 25
"Higgledy, Piggledy,” 25
History of Sandford and Merton, 270, 456
Hitopadesa, 283
HOGG, J., 389
"Hogs in the garden, catch 'em Towser," 25
Hollow Tree Nights and Days, 516
HOLMES, O. W., 425, 419, 424
HORACE, 269, 268
Horned Women, The, 164
Horses Nine, 527
"Hot-cross buns," 26
Household Tales; See Kinder und Hausmärchen
House that Jack Built, This is the, 48; origin
How Arthur Became King, 595
How Bruin the Bear Sped with Reynard the

Fox, 586
How Columbus Got His Ships, 635
Howitt, M., 390, 179
Howitt, W., 391
How Sleep the Brave, 425
How the Fenris Wolf Was Chained, 351
How the Leaves Came Down, 377
“Hub a dub dub," 26
"Humpty Dumpty sat on a wall," 26
HUNT, L., 414
Hunt, M., 144, 146, 132, 138
Hurwitz, H., 177
Husband Who Was To Mind the House, The, 124
Icarus and Daedalus, 336
"If all the sea were one sea," 26
“If all the world was apple-pie," 26
"If I'd as much money," 26
*If ifs and ands," 26
“If wishes were horses," 26
"I had a little hobby horse," 26
“I had a little pony,”. 26
“I have a little sister," 27
I Like Little Pussy, 393
“I'll tell you a story," 27
Inchcape Rock, The, 421
Indian Fairy Tales, 154
Indian Folk Stories and Fables, 281, 280
INGELOW, J., 227
“In marble walls as white as milk," 27
Insect Stories, 524
In the Western Wilderness, 662
Invictus, 429
Irish Fairy Tales, 166
Isaacs, A. S., 174
I Saw a Ship, 36
"I went up one pair of stairs," 27
Jackanapes, 478, 477
"Jack and Jill went up the hill," 27
Jack and the Beanstalk, 73
Jack be nimble,” 27

Jack Sprat could eat no fat," 27
JACOBS, J., 89, 154, 162, 266, 267, 269, 278, 73,

of, 131
Grimm's Popular Stories, 132–142
HALE, S. J., 373, 372
HALLIWELL, J. 0., 23 ff., 60–63, 70–71, 20, 47,

59; work of, 56
Happy Prince, The, 217
Hardy Tin Soldier, The, 200
Hare and the Tortoise, The, 273
Hare with Many Friends, The, 286
“Hark, hark," 25
Harris, J. H., 511
HARRISON, I. H., 288
HARTLAND, E. S., 67, 84, 89
HAVELL, H. L., 607-618
HAWTHORNE, N., 309, 319, 336; work of, 309
Hebrew Tales, 177
HEMANS, F. D., 400
HENDERSON, A. C., 179
HENLEY, W. E., 429
Henny-Penny, 58
HENRY, O., 505
Hen with the Golden Eggs, The, 273
“Here sits the Lord Mayor," 25

586; work of, 58

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93

“Little Jack Jingle," 28
"Little Johnny Pringle had a little pig," 28
Little Kitty, The, 372
“Little Miss Muffet,” 28
“Little Nancy Etticoat," 28
Little Red Riding Hood,
"Little Robin Redbreast," 28
“Little Tommy Tucker,” 28
LOCKE, J., 265
London Bridge, 36
LONGFELLOW, H. W., 408-411, 415, 620
“Long legs, crooked thighs," 28
Lord Helpeth Man and Beast, The, 178
Lovers, S., 165
LOWELL, J. R., 429, 430
“Lucy Locket lost her pocket," 28
MABIE, H. W., 348, 360, 348
Mac CLINTOCK, P. L., 21
MACKAY, C., 399
MACY, J., 8
MAJOR, C., 500
Malory, SIR T., 595-598, 578, 594
Man and the Satyr, The, 276
Man of Words, A, 40
MARCELLES, C., 94, 106
Mary Had a Little Lamb, 373
"Matthew, Mark, Luke, and John," 28
Meddlesome Mattie, 393
Mediaeval stories; See Romance
Memorizing, 370
Mercury and the Woodman, 276
Mice in Council, The, 277
Midas, 339
Milking Time, 394
Milkmaid and Her Pail, The, 278
Milkweed Seeds, 34
Miller, His Son, and the Ass, The, 274
MILLER, J., 415
MILLER, O. T., 549, 548
MILNES, R. M., 396
Miraculous Pitcher, The, 319
Mirror of Matsuyama, The, 156
“Mistress Mary, quite contrary," 28
Moe, J.; See ASBJÖRNSEN
Molly and I, 35
Moon, The, 371
Mother Goose, 7, 10, 19-22, 93, 171, 370;

Japanese Fairy Tales, 156, 158
Jataka Tales; See Buddhistic Birth Stories
Jemima, 41
Johnny Chuck Finds the Best Thing in the

World, 515
JORDAN, D. S., 556
Just-So Stories, 562

KEARY, A. and E., 354
KELLOGG, V. L., 524
Kid and the Wolf, The, 276
Kinder und Hausmärchen, 132–146, 131
King Arthur; See Arthur
King Arthur and His Knights, 603
King Bell, 385
King John and the Bishop of Canterbury, 437
King of the Golden River, The, 245
King O'Toole and His Goose, 166
KINGSCOTE, MRS., 154
Kings in Exile, 566
KINGSLEY, C., 412
KIPLING, R., 428, 562, 122
Knights of the Silver Shield, The, 223
"Knock at the door," 27
KREADY, L. F., 97, 190
KRYLOV, I. A., 288, 287
KUPFER, G. H., 306
"Ladybird, ladybird, fly away home," 27
LA FONTAINE, J. DE, 273, 278, 284, 285, 272
La Fontaine and Other French Fabulists, 285
Lamb, The, 401
LAMB, C., 444
Lambikin, The, 150
Lamplighter, The, 382
Land of Nod, The, 382
Land of Story-Books, The, 382
LANG, A., 94, 106, 20, 21, 49, 61, 73, 93, 100
LARCOM, L., 374
Lark and Her Young Ones, The, 275
Last Bull, 566
Lazy Jack, 70
Leak in the Dyke, The, 378
LEAR, E., 403-404
Legend; See Romance
Le Morte D'Arthur, 595-598, 594
Library; improvement of, 10
Lincoln's Early Days, 655
Lion and the Mouse, The, 266
Lion Tricked by a Rabbit, A, 283
Literature for children; general discussion of,

5-16; artistic worth of, 7, 9, 19, 444; course
of study in, 13-16, 633-634; cultural value
of, 9, 19, 264, 577, 633; democratic origin
of, 7, 20; didactic, 443; kinds, traditional vs.
modern, 7, 171-172; presentation of, 8, 9,
1o, II, 14, 55, 173, 265, 369, 443, 511, 633;
purpose of, 9, 21, 443, 511; selection of, 9,
264, 305, 369, 370; vs. reading, 8-9. See also
Poetry, Stories, etc.
Little and Great, 399
Little Bo-Peep, 37
“Little boy blue," 27
"Little girl, little girl," 27
Little Golden Hood, True History of, 94
"Little Jack Horner," 28

history of, 19-21. See also Poetry, traditional
Mother Goose Melody, 19, 20, 445
Mother Hubbard and Her Dog, 41
Moti Guj-Mutineer, 562
Mouffiou, 535
Mountain and the Squirrel, The, 424
Mountebank and the Countryman, The, 277
Mr. 'Possum's Sick Spell, 516
Mr. Vinegar, The Story of, 71
MULOCK, Miss, 73, 80
"Multiplication is vexation," 28
Musical Ass, The, 287
My Bed Is a Boat, 383
My Garden, 418
My Shadow, 383
Myths, 306-366; discussion of, 303-305; defi-

nition of, 303; objections to, 304; use in
school, 305; value of, 304; Greek and Roman,

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Poet's Song, The, 413
'Poor old Robinson Crusoe," 30
Popular Tales from the Norse, 123-125, 122
PORTER, W. S., See HENRY
POTTER, B., 513
Pourquoi story, 172
PRENTISS, E., 372
Pride Goeth before a Fall, 154
Prince's Dream, The, 227
Prodigal Son, The, 289
Proserpine, 354. See also Story of the Spring-

time
Proud King, The, 620
Psalm of Life, The, 411
Puss-in-Boots, 97
Pussy-cat, pussy-cat,” 30
'Pussy sits beside the fire,” 30

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306–343; explanatory introduction to, 306;
Norse, 343–366; explanatory introduction to,

343, 348, 360
Narcissus, The, 330
Nathan Hale, The Ballad of, 425
Nature literature, 513-574; discussion of, 511-

512; place in the grades, 13, 512; some types
of, 511-512; what it is, 511
“Needles and pins, needles and pins," 29
NEWBERY, J., 19, 20, 445
NICOLAY, H., 655
Nightingale, The, 184
Noodle story; See Droll
Norse Stories, 348, 360
NORTON, C. E., 420
Nursery rhymes; See Poetry
Nursery Rhymes and Tales, 59-63, 56, 71
Nursery Rhymes of England, 20
Odyssey, The, 577
Old Deccan Days, 152, 150, 151
Old Greek Folk Stories, 335, 337
Old Ironsides, 425
“Old King Cole," 29
Old Man and His Sons, The, 275
Old Mother West Wind, 515
Old Pipes and the Dryad, 234
Old Woman and Her Pig, The, 56

'Once I saw a little bird," 29
“One for the money," 29
One misty, moisty morning," 29
I, 2, 3, 4, 5," 29
“One, two," 29
QUIDA, 534, 535
Over Hill, Over Dale, 423
Owl and the Pussy-Cat, The, 403
PAINE, A. B., 516
Pandora's Box, 309
Parables, 289; defined, 289
Paradise of Children, The, 309
Parent's Assistant, The, 459
Pass of Thermopylae, The, 671
"Pat-a-cake, pat-a-cake,” 29
PEABODY, J. P., 336, 337, 335

Pease-porridge hot," 29
Peddler's Caravan, The, 395
PERRAULT, C., 93, 97, 100, 102, 19; work of, 92
“Peter, Peter, pumpkin-eater," 30
Peter Piper picked a peck of pickled peppers,"

30
Peter Rabbit Books, 513
Phaethon, 340
Piper, The, 401
Pippa's Song, 399
Planting of the Apple-Tree, The, 417
Poa er and the Silver Fox, The, 551
Pobble Who Has No Toes, The, 404
PoE, E. A., 415
Poetry: (a) modern, 371-437; discussion of,

369-370; reading of, 14, 370; selection of, 14,
369; teaching of, 9, 14, 369; (b) traditional,
or nursery rhymes, 23-50; discussion of, 19-
22; appeal to children, 7, 10, 19, 21, 34; his-
tory of, 19–22.

See also Mother Goose,
Literature, and Course of study

Quern at the Bottom of the Sea, The, 129
Raggedy Man, The, 389
Rain, 381
RAMASWAMI RAJU, P. V., 281, 280
RAMÉE, L. DE LA; See OUIDA
RANDS, W. B., 395, 396
Reading; distinguished from literature, 8-9;

lists for various grades, (See Course of study);

of literature, 14, 369-370; supplemental, 10
Realistic Stories, 445-508; discussion of, 443–

444; Christmas, 505; didactic or 18th century,
445-459, 443-444; modern, 478-508, 444;

Sunday-school, 443
Real Princess, The, 179
Recessional, 428
Red Fairy Book, 94, 106
Red Thread of Honor, The, 427
Renowned History of Little Goody Two-Shoes,

The, 445, 443, 444
REPPLIER, A., 54
Reynard the Fox, 586, 591, 284, 577
Rhymes; See Poetry
Rhys-DAVIDS, 281, 282
"Ride a cock-horse;" 30
"Ride, baby, ride,” 30
RILEY, J. W., 388-389
ROBERTS, C. G. D., 566
Robin and the Merry Little Old Woman, 623
Robin Hood, 623, 628.
Robin Hood: His Book, 623
"Rock-a-bye, baby,'' 30
"Rock-a-bye, baby, thy cradle is green,” 30
Romance and Legend, 579-630; discussion of,

577-578; stories and versions recommended,

577-578; use in school, 577
Roscoe, W., 397
Rose-Bud, 142
Rossetti, C. G., 268, 394
ROUSSEAU, J. J., 264, 284, 443
Gent, R. S., 97, 93
Rumpelstiltskin, 144
Runaway Brook, The, 372
RUSKIN, J., 45, 245, 54; work of, 245
SAINTSBURY, G. E. B., 21, 22
Sands of Dee, The, 412
Science Sketches, 556

Scott, SIR W., 424
SCUDDER, H. E., 620, 642, 578; work of, 642
“See a pin and pick it up,” 30
SEEGMILLER, W., 34

'See, saw, scaradown,” 31
Seldom or Never, 394
Seton, E. T., 551
SHAKESPEARE, W., 423
SHARP, D. L., 520
SHAW, A. H., 662
Shepherd of King Admetus, The, 430
Shepherd's Boy, The, 266, 11-12
Shepherd, The, 401
SHERMAN, F. D., 384-385
"Shoe the little horse," 31
Simple Simon, 38

Sing a song of sixpence," 31
Sing-Song, 394,
SKEATS, W. W., 284
Skeleton in Armor, The, 408
Snow White and Rose-Red, 146
Solitary Reaper, The, 419
Songs of Innocence, 400
SOUTHEY, R., 421
Spencer, W. R.,

436
Spider and the Fly, The, 390
Spinning Top, 384
"Star light, star bright," 31
Star, The, 394
STEEL, F. A., 150, 153
STEVENSON,

R. L., 381-384, 380
STOCKTON, F. L., 234, 233
Stories; dramatization of, 11-12; selection of,

9, 10, 264, 284-285, 305, 577, 633; accumula-
tive, 47, 56, 150, 160; biographical, 635-676;
Christmas, 505; didactic, 443; fable, 266-
289; fairy, 56–168, 174-260; hero, (See
biographical); legend, (See romance); myth,
306–366; nature, 513-574; noodle, 67; pour-
quoi, 172; realistic, 445-508; romance, 579–

630; See also Ştory-telling,
Stories and Legends of the Irish Peasantry, 165
Stories from Don Quixote, 607-618
Stories from the Rabbis, 174
Stories of Long Ago, 306
Stories of Norse Heroes, 351
Stories Told to a Child, 228
Story of Alnaschar, The, 279
Story of a Pioneer, The, 662
Story of a Salmon, The, 556
Story of Fairyfoot, The, 210
Story of Mr. Vinegar, The, 71
Story of the Springtime, A, 306
Story-telling, 9, 55; discussion of, 10-11; Ander-

sen's method of, 173; direct discourse in, 11;
effectiveness of, 10; of fables, 265; prepara-

tion for, 11; selections for, 10; tense in, 10
Strange Wild Song, A, 406
Straw Ox, The, 160
Sugar-Plum Tree, The, 386
Supplemental reading, 10. See also Course of

study
Swallow and the Raven, The, 229
Swallow, The, 394
Swan, the Pike, and the Crab, The, 288
Sweet and Low, 413

Swing, The, 383
Symbolic stories; See Fables
Table and the Chair, The, 404
Taffy, 38
Tale of Peter Rabbit, The, 513
Tales from the Punjab, 150, 153
Tales of Our Mother Goose, The, 93, 97-102,

19, 92-93
Tales of the Sun, 154
Talkative Tortoise, The, 282
TAPPAN, E. M., 623
TAYLOR, A., 392, 393
TAYLOR, E., 132-142, 131
Taylor, J., 297, 393, 394
Teeny-Tiny, 60
TENNYSON, A., 413-414, 628
Thanksgiving Day, 375
“The King of France went up the hill," 31
"The lion and the unicorn,” 31
“The man in the moon,” 31
“The north wind doth blow," 31

The Queen of Hearts," 31
“There was a crooked man,” 31
"There was a little boy," 32
There Was a Little Man, 37
“There was a little man and he had naught," 32
“There was a man in our town," 32
There was an old man," 32
There was an Old Woman, 36
“There was an old woman,” 32
“There was an old woman lived under a hill," 32

There was an old woman of Leeds," 32
“There was an old woman of Norwich," 32
“There was an old woman tossed up in a basket,"

32
“There was an old woman who lived in a shoc,"

33
There was an owl lived in an oak," 33
They Did n't Think, 377.

This is the way the ladies ride,” 33
“This little pig went to market,” 33
THOMPSON, E. S., See SETON
Thor's Visit to Jötunheim, 343
Three Bears, Story of the, 65
Three Billy-Goats Gruff, The, 123
“Three blind mice! see, how they run," 33
Three Fishers, The, 412
Three Jovial Huntsmen, 37
Three Little Kittens, The, 371
Three Little Pigs, Story of the, 61
Three Sillies, The, 67
Three Things to Remember, 400
“Three wise men of Gotham," 33
Tiger, The, 401
Tiger, the Brahman, and the Jackal, The, 153
TILTON, T.,

373
Time to Rise, 381
Tit for Tat, 152
Titty Mouse and Tatty Mouse, 63
Toads and Diamonds, 100
To a Waterfowl, 417
TOLSTOI, L., 299
“To market, to market,” 33
Tom the Piper's Son, 38
Tom Thumb, 80

Tom Thumb's Alphabet, 35
Tom Tit Tot, 90, 144
"Tom, Tom, the piper's son," 33
Tongue-Cut Sparrow, The, 158
Toy-books, 41
Travelers and the Bear, The, 274
Traveling Musicians, The, 132
Treasure Island, 381
Treasures of the Wise Man, The, 388
TROWBRIDGE, J. T., 432
True History of Little Golden Hood, 94
True Story of Christopher Columbus, 635
Try Again, 402
Twink! Twink!, 34
"Two-legs sat upon three-legs,” 33
Ugly Duckling, The, 203
Vendetta, The, 524
VILLENEUVE, MADAM DE, 110
Vision of Mirzah, The, 294
Walrus and the Carpenter, The, 405
WARREN, M. F., 603
Waste Not, Want Not, 459
Watts, I., 407, 408
Welsh, C., 21, 445
What Does Little Birdie Say, 413
“When a twister a-twisting," 34
When I Was a Little Boy, 38
Where Are You Going, 35
Whe GO Boats, 384
Whistle, The, 291

Whittington and His Cat, 84
Who Has Seen the Wind, 394
Whole Duty of Children, 381
Who Stole the Bird's Nest, 375
Why the Bear Is Stumpy-Tailed, 122
Why the Chimes Rang, 223
Why the Sea Is Salt, 128
Widow and the Hen, The, 276
Wild Animals at Home 551
WILDE, LADY, 164
WILDE, O., 217
Wild Life in the Farm-Yard, 520
Williston, T. P.,, 156, 158
“Willy boy, Willy boy," 34
WILMONT-BUXTON, E. M., 351
Wind and the Sun, The, 272
Wind in a Frolic, The, 391
Wind, The, 384
Windy Nights, 384
Wolf in Sheep's Clothing, The, 273
Wonder Book for Girls and Boys, A, 309, 319
Wonderful World, The, 396
WOOLSEY, S. C.; See COOLIDGE
WORDSWORTH, W., 419
WRIGHT, E., 273, 278, 284
WYCHE, R. T., 577
Wynken, Blynken, and Nod, 385

Yarn of the Nancy Bell, The, 430
YEATS, W. B., 166
YONGE, C. M., 671
YRIARTE, T. DE, 287

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