The Pink Fairy Book

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The Pink Fairy Book by Andrew Lang

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if he will be able to get out.'

The dragon pressed as hard as he could, but the lid never moved.

'It is all right,' he cried; 'now you can open it.'

But instead of opening it, the young man drove in long nails to make it tighter still; then he took the box on his back and brought it to the king. And when the king heard that the dragon was inside, he was so excited that he would not wait one moment, but broke the lock and lifted the lid just a little way to make sure he was really there. He was very careful not to leave enough space for the dragon to jump out, but unluckily there was just room for his great mouth, and with one snap the king vanished down his wide red jaws. Then the young man married the king's daughter and ruled over the land, but what he did with the dragon nobody knows.

The Goblin and the Grocer Translated from the German of Hans Andersen. There was once a hard-working student who lived in an attic, and he had nothing in the world of his own. T

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i think it is a good book......

pretty fantasy filled ... gud for the youngsters .....

nice story ......
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