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Contents

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THE MERMAID 3
THE FLYING TRUNK 31
THE RED SHOES 42
THUMBELISA 53
THE GIRL WHO TROD ON A LOAF 67
THE NIGHTINGALE 76
THE GARDEN OF PARADISE 89
THE WIND'S TALE 108
THE SNOW QUEEN 120
WHAT THE MOON SAW 160
THE MARSH KING'S DAUGHTER 199
THE TRAVELLING COMPANIONS 244


List of Colour Illustrations

She would have nothing besides the rosy flowers like the sun up above, except a statue of a beautiful boy Frontispiece
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She stood all day on the roof waiting for him; she is waiting for him still, but he wanders around the world telling stories 40
Her soul flew with the sunshine to heaven and no one there asked about the red shoes 50
"You shall not be called Thumbelisa, that is such an ugly name, and you are so pretty. We will call you May" 64
Tears of sorrow shed by a mother for her child will always reach it; but they do not bring healing, they burn and make the torment fifty times worse 70
"Little nightingale!" called the kitchen maid quite loud, "our gracious emperor wishes you to sing to him!" 86
The Fairy of the Garden now advanced to meet them; her garments shone like the sun, and her face beamed like that of a happy mother 102
She was always picking flowers and herbs, those she knew her father could use for healing drinks and potions 114
An old, old woman came out of the house . . . she wore a big sun hat which was covered with beautiful painted flowers 150
Her thoughts wandered from her home and sought the Temple, but not for the sake of God! Poor Pé! Poor Soui-houng! 192
"The Day-spring from on high hath visited us. To give light to them that sit in darkness, and to guide their feet into the way of peace" 236
The courtiers looked most grand and proper. . . . Numbers of tiny little elves danced around the hall 264