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4 edition of Hop-o"-my-thumb found in the catalog.

Hop-o"-my-thumb

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Published by Macaulay Co. in New York .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Folklore.

  • Edition Notes

    Stories from the folk-lore of all nations.

    Statementby Clifton Johnson; illustrated by Harry L. Smith
    SeriesBedtime wonder tales
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsPZ8.J45 Ho
    The Physical Object
    Pagination128 p.
    Number of Pages128
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL6622251M
    LC Control Number20001682
    OCLC/WorldCa18803288

    Hop-o-my-thumb book more- opens in a new window or tab Change country:. When the children discovered that they were alone, they began to cry with all their might and main. The fagot-maker began to cut wood, and the children to gather up the sticks to make fagots. Little Thumb came up to the Ogre, pulled off his boots gently and put them on his own legs. As today, we have 79 classic fairy tales.

    In addition, he was Hop-o-my-thumb book talented actor, singer, dancer and comedian. They knocked at the door, which was opened by a very good-natured-looking lady, who asked what brought them there. All this did not give Hop-o'-my-thumb any concern, for he thought himself quite sure of getting back by means of the crumbs that he had Hop-o-my-thumb book by the way; but when he came to look for them he found that not a crumb was left, for the birds had eaten them all up. At l ast he came to the very road where the poor children were, and not more than a hundred paces from their father's house. In the mean time Hop-o'-my-thumb went up to the Ogre softly, pulled off his seven-league boots very gently, and put them on his own legs: for though the boots were very large, yet being fairy-boots, they could make themselves small enough to fit any leg they pleased. As they began to be a little warm they heard three or four great raps at the door; this was the Ogre, who had come home.

    All the Hop-o-my-thumb book stories. He found that his Mother had returned home, and that she and his father were both in tears. This item will be shipped through the Global Shipping Program and includes international tracking. However, the second time round, he uses breadcrumbs instead, which the birds eat up.


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Hop-o"-my-thumb by Clifton Johnson Download PDF Ebook

But come, come, this is lucky enough; for the brats will make a nice dish for three Ogres, who are my particular friends, and who are to dine with me to-morrow.

He then fetched a large knife, and began to sharpen it on Hop-o-my-thumb book long whetstone that he held in his left hand; and all the while he came nearer and nearer to the bed. As is the nature Hop-o-my-thumb book traditional stories, passed on orally, the beginning passage might be a remnant from an older tale, ancestral to both Hop-o'-My-Thumb and Tom Hop-o-my-thumb book.

Although small, he is consistently unperturbed, optimistic, active, and self-confident as the strategist and leader. It was not Hop-o-my-thumb book before they all set out, and their parents took care to lead them into the very thickest and darkest part of the forest.

Graphic Works of George Cruikshank. He succeeded so well, that in a short time he made money enough to keep himself, his father, mother, and six brothers, without the trouble of working, for the rest of their lives.

However, they trusted to his cleverness; and, as he made a sign to them to go, they did so. Having done this, he went back to his father's cottage, where all the family were delighted to see him again. Stratton became a Freemason on October 3, Here is some game that has come to me in season to treat my three Ogre friends who are coming to make me a visit.

When the father and mother saw that the young ones were all very busy, they slipped away without being seen. However, having considered what a grief it would be to her to see them perish with hunger, she at last consented,8 and went to bed all in tears.

Under Barnum's management, Stratton became a wealthy man. But come, come, this is lucky enough; for the brats will make a nice dish for three Ogres, who are my particular friends, and who are to dine with me to-morrow.

Hop o' My Thumb

They saw the Hop-o-my-thumb book stepping from mountain to mountain, crossing rivers as easily as Hop-o-my-thumb book they were tiny brooks. He was very little. Cruikshank has the reader wait to see a portrait of the Ogre, using his gigantic ankles and feet to suggest what must lie to the left Hop-o-my-thumb book the frame, thereby engaging the reader in the visualisation of the creature.

The children soon found themselves alone, and began to cry as loud as they could. As it had been so long since they had eaten anything, she bought three times Hop-o-my-thumb book much meat as was necessary for the supper of two persons.

At first they had not the courage to go in; but stood at the door to hear what their parents were talking about. They sat down to supper, and ate with such a good appetite as pleased both father and mother, whom they acquainted how Hop-o-my-thumb book they were in the forest, speaking almost always all together.

In short, he thought he could be of more use to the king than all his mail coaches, and so should make his fortune in this manner.Hop-o'-my-Thumb: Format: Regular Print Book: Physical description: [16] pages: illustrations (some color) ; 17 x 19 cm.

Date acquired: May 8, Series statement: Boys and girls' story series: Series title: Boys and girls' story series. General note: Cover title. General note: First and last pages are pastedowns. Access restriction. Hop o’ my Thumb, with the help of the kind Fairy, soon removed the Ogre’s seven-leagued boots while he was asleep, and put them on his own little legs; but as they were magic boots, they fitted him as well as the Ogre, just, indeed, as if they had been made for him.

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Vintage Children's Fairy Tale Print 's Hop O My Thumb Seven Brothers Young Boys Hide In Cave Ogre With Club Book Illustration Book Plate.Get this from a library! Hop O' My Download pdf. [Barbara Hayes; G A Embleton] -- Unable to feed his seven sons, a poor woodcutter decides to leave them in the forest but Hop O' My Thumb, the youngest and the smallest, finds a way to rescue his brothers and gain a fortune.Related book awards лучших произведений мировой худ.

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