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The Junior Classics [vol 1] - by William Patten
Fairy and Wonder Tales
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Most chapters are short and quick to read - a great place to get started in the amazing initiative that is Librivox.Here are the real elements of imaginative narration, poetry, and ethics, which should enter into the education of every child.
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Target Completion Date: Nov 2006
Gutenberg E-text: http://www.gutenberg.org/dirs/etext02/1jrcl10.txt
Chapters complete: 117/117
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