The Junior Classics Volume 6: Old-Fashioned Tales
'The Junior Classics Volume 6: Old-Fashioned Tales' Summary
This collection consists of Volume 6 of The Junior Classics, and it contains many well known stories in their original forms. Among stories from other authors, you'll find Hans Christian Anderson, Aesop, and the Grimm brothers.
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