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Bo-Peep Story Books

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Author: Anonymous
Language: English
Wordcount: 22,543 / 69 pg
Flesch-Kincaid Reading Ease: 64.3
LoC Category: PZ
Downloads: 1,239
Added to site: 2008.05.14 20886
Genre: Young Readers

Cinderella; or, the Glass Slipper.
Beauty and the Beast.
Princess Rosetta.
Little Red Riding Hood.
The Sleeping Beauty in the Wood.
The Fair One With Golden Locks.
Old Mother Hubbard.
Little Bo-Peep.
The Old Woman and her Eggs.
Old Mother Goose.
The Story of the Three Bears.
Little Goody Two-Shoes.
The House that Jack Built.
Death & Burial of Cock Robin.

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s they now hoped they would soon leave the cottage; and when their father was about to go and settle his business, they begged him to bring them back all sorts of dresses and trinkets. When the father perceived that Beauty did not ask for anything, he inquired what he should bring her. "Why, since you ask me, dear father," said she, "I should like you to bring me a rose, as none grow in these parts." Now, it was not that Beauty particularly cared about his bringing a rose, only she would not appear to blame her sisters, or to seem superior to them, by saying she did not wish for anything. The good man set off, but when he reached the port, he was obliged to go to law about the cargo, and it ended in his returning as poor as he came. He was within thirty miles of home, when, on passing by night through a large forest, he was overtaken by a heavy fall of snow, and, having completely lost his way, he began to be afraid he should die of hunger and cold, when of a sudden he perceived a light at the end of a long l



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