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By Elizabeth Harrison

A suite of fifteen unique tales excellent for youngsters. all the tales includes a light-filled being whose radiance illumines the trail if you keep on with. intended to be suggestive to the mother or father or instructor of the kinds of reports that may be instructed to little ones to motivate them to develop in goodness. compatible for a long time 6 and up.

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She had never before in all her life, seen a real, live giant. He was so big that she could hardly believe her own eyes as she looked at him. Her first impulse was to run down the mountain as quickly as possible, but somehow, the very sight of such a wonderful being held her spell-bound, so she stood motionless, gazing at him from behind a huge rock. Soon he put his violin in position under his chin and taking up his bow began to play. He played so softly and sweetly that little Beta felt sure he could not be wicked and cruel as were the giants she had read about.

In Story-land by Elizabeth Harrison Yesterday's Classics Chapel Hill, North Carolina Cover and Arrangement © 2010 Yesterday's Classics, LLC All rights reserved. No part of this book may be reproduced or retransmitted in any form or by any means without the written permission of the publisher. This edition, first published in 2010 by Yesterday's Classics, an imprint of Yesterday's Classics, LLC, is an unabridged republication of the work originally published by Central Publishing Co. in 1895. This title is available in a print edition (ISBN 978-1-59915-090-1).

In the distance she thought she could hear the growl of bears and the roar of lions. Her heart almost stopped beating. "Oh, I can never go through that gloomy forest," said she to herself, and her eyes filled with tears. She turned to retrace her steps, when the soft breeze which still accompanied her whispered, "Look at the thread you have been carrying! " She looked back, and the bright, tiny line of light seemed to be actually smiling at her, as it stretched across the soft greensward, far into the distance and, strange to say, each tiny blade of grass which it had touched, had blossomed into a flower.

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