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Little Stories for Children; Being Easy Lessons Adapted to the Capacities of Youth


Book Description
1839. The volume also adds Short Tales by Miss Opie and Dr. Aiken and have been selected and enlarged by J. Stephens. Contents: The Imprudent Lamb; The Dog of Ulysses; The Duck and the Drake; The Little Coward; The Two Cocks; Harry the Glutton; Peter Careful; Billy Good Heart; Sam and Henry; The Horse; William and Edward; The Benevolent Negro; Herbert Mildmay; Adventures of a Cat; George Lovelace;... More
Book Information
PublisherKessinger Publishing Company
BindingPaperback (8 editions)
Reading LevelUncategorized
# of Pages144
ISBN-100766190374
ISBN-13978-0766190375
Publication Date04/05/2004
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About Anna Barbauld (Author) : Anna Barbauld is a published author. Published credits of Anna Barbauld include Little Stories for Children: Being Easy Lessons Adapted to the Capacities of Youth.
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About J. B. Stephens (Editor) : J. B. Stephens is a published author and an editor of young adult books. Some of the published credits of J. B. Stephens include No Exit, Desolation Angels #3 (The Big Empty), Big Empty.
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