The wonder clock, or, Four & twenty marvelous tales : being one for each hour of the day / written & illustrated by Howard Pyle ; embellished with verses by Katharine Pyle

Author(s): Pyle, Howard, 1853-1911
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Subjects: Fairy tales
Children's poetry
Children's stories
Children's literature, American
Children's stories--19th century
Children's poetry--19th century
Formats: Print
Material Type: Books
Language: English
Audience: Juvenile
Published: New York : Harper & Brothers, 1888, c1887
LC Classification: P, PS
Alternate Titles: Portion of title: Four & twenty marvellous tales
24 marvelous tales
Twenty-four marvelous tales
Analytic Titles: Bearskin
Water of life
How one turned his trouble to some account
How three went out into the wide world
Clever student and the master of black arts
Princess Golden Hair and the great black raven
Cousin Greylegs, the great red fox, and grandfather mole
One good turn deserves another
White bird
How the good gifts were used by two
How boots befooled the king
Step-mother
Master Jacob
Peterkin and the little grey hare
Mother Hildegarde
Which is best
Simpleton and his little black hen
Swan maiden
Three little pigs and the ogre
Staff and the fiddle
How the princess's pride was broken
How two went into partnership
King stork
Best that life has to give
Additional Authors: Author : Pyle, Katharine, d. 1938
Illustrator : Pyle, Howard, 1853-1911
Publisher : Harper & Brothers
Notes: Illustrated half title and title page
Frontispiece has protective sheet
Contents: Bearskin -- The water of life -- How one turned his trouble to some account -- How three went out into the wide world -- The clever student and the master of black arts -- The Princess Golden Hair and the great black raven -- Cousin Greylegs, the great red fox, and grandfather mole -- One good turn deserves another -- The white bird -- How the good gifts were used by two -- How boots befooled the king -- The step-mother -- Master Jacob -- Peterkin and the little grey hare -- Mother Hildegarde -- Which is best -- The simpleton and his little black hen -- The swan maiden -- The three little pigs and the ogre -- The staff and the fiddle -- How the princess's pride was broken -- How two went into partnership -- King stork -- The best that life has to give
Summary: A collection of children's stories
Binding: Rebound in red cloth with white lettering stamped on spine. End papers are tan
Special Collections copy has bookplate: From the Library of Alfred Miller Cressler, Cincinnati, Ohio. -- T.p
Physical Description: xiv, 318, [1] p. : front., ill. ; 25 cm
OCLC Number: 635981105

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