By Agnes Taylor Ketchum, Ida M. Jorgensen
An entire number of tales and rhymes for the youngest listeners. as well as the standard fairy stories, folks stories, and fables, there are many tales approximately animals, stories of daily doings, and tales of the seasons. the fabric is with ease prepared in teams, with numerous tales and rhymes for every vacation and season all year long. a number of black and white illustrations supplement the textual content. compatible for a while four and up.
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Extra info for Kindergarten Gems
The fairy tales have become immortal by their antiquity; no age or country can claim them as their own. They are a part of all ages and times; they seem to have no known origin and while man exists, the truths foreshadowed through them remain the same. " To Mrs. " Thanks to Miss Ida Richeson for "Song of the Seasons" and "A Crown of Froebel's Jewels;" to Miss Louise Miller for "The Three Brothers," and "Happy Children;" to Miss Nellie Flynn for the story, "Friedrich Froebel;" to Laura E. Toms, for "Bab's Thanksgiving," and to Miss M.
When the courtiers took the news home to the King and Prince, and told them where they had found the little beauty, there was great excitement at the court. Soon after this, Cinderella was brought to the King's palace, and given lovely clothes, such as only princesses wear, and was ever loved and petted for her goodness. Adventures IT was raining hard. " The rain dripped from the trees onto the bushes, from the bushes to the ferns, and then flowed between the stones and moss in little brooklets.
At length a sunbeam glided over the lake, and it shone like burnished gold. " Spring! How the cry resounded over field and meadow, and through the dark brown woods, where the fresh green moss gleams on the trunk of the trees, and from the South came the first two storks, flying through the air, and on the back of each, sat a lovely little child. They greeted the earth with a kiss, and wherever they placed their feet, white flowers sprung up through the snow. Hand in hand, the two golden-haired children approached Old Winter, embraced him and clung to his breast, and as they did so, they were enveloped in a deep mist, dark and heavy, that closed over them a veil.