With cap and bells : humorous stories to tell and to read aloud / selected by Mary Gould Davis ; illustrated by Richard Bennett

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Subjects: Children's stories--20th century
Formats: Print
Material Type: Books
Language: English
Audience: Juvenile
Published: New York : Harcourt, Brace and Company, Inc., c1937 (Rahway, NJ : Quinn & Boden Company, Inc.)
LC Classification: P, PS
Alternate Titles: Online version: With cap and bells. (OCoLC)609511875 New York : Harcourt, Brace and Co., 1937
Additional Authors: Editor : Davis, Mary Gould, 1882-1956
Illustrator : Bennett, Richard, 1899-1971
Publisher : Harcourt Brace & Company
Printer : Quinn & Boden Company
Notes: LCCN: 37027464
Half title
Includes table of contents
Contents: The silver hen, from the Pot of Gold / by Mary E. Wilkins -- Mr. Samson cat, from Picture Tales, from the Russian / by Valery Carrick -- The Brahman's goat, from the Panchatantra,/ by translated Arthur W. Ryder -- The Jumblies, from Nonsense Books / by Edward Lear -- The dong with a luminous nose, from Nonsense Books / by Edward Lear -- The Huckabuck famly and how they raised pop corn in Nebraska, from Rootabaga Stories / by Carl Sandburg -- The partners, from Mighty Mikko / by Parker Fillmore -- The magical music, from Ting-a-ling Tales / by Frank R. Stockton -- Mary, Mary, so contrary!, from Mighty Mikko / by Parker Fillmore -- The yarn of the "Nancy Bell", from Plays and Poems / by W. S. Gilbert -- The Christmas masquerade, from the Pot of Gold / by Mary E. Wilkins -- Master of all masters, from English Fairy Tales / by Joseph Jacobs -- The wedding procession of the rag doll and the broom handle, from Rootabaga Stories / by Carl Sandburg -- Calandrino and the pig, from the Truce of the Wolf / by Mary Gould Davis -- Living n W'ales, from Spider Palace / by Richard Hughes -- How the rabbit fooled the elephant, from the Panchatantra / translated Arthur W. Ryder
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Binding: Bound in tan cloth stamped in red; fancy end papers decorated with motif with characters from stories, red on ecru
Special Collections copy has had spine repaired with dark brown cloth
Physical Description: xviii, 246 p. : front., ill. ; 21 cm
OCLC Number: 1413639

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