Journeys Through Bookland, Vol. 2
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Electronic Texts**
**eBooks Readable By Both Humans and By
Computers, Since 1971**
*****These eBooks Were Prepared By Thousands
of Volunteers!*****
Title: Journeys Through Bookland V2Author: Charles H. Sylvester
Release Date: May, 2004 [EBook #5796] [Yes, we
are more than one year ahead of schedule] [This
file was first posted on September 2, 2002]
Edition: 10
Language: English
*** START OF THE PROJECT GUTENBERG
EBOOK JOURNEYS THROUGH BOOKLAND V2
***
Produced by Juliet Sutherland, Charles Franks and
the Online Distributed Proofreading TeamJOURNEYS THROUGH
BOOKLAND
A NEW AND ORIGINAL PLAN FOR READING
APPLIED TO THE WORLD'S BEST LITERATURE
FOR CHILDREN
BY
CHARLES H. SYLVESTER
Author of English and American Literature
VOLUME TWO New Edition
1922
CONTENTS
AESOP
THE FALCON AND THE PARTRIDGE (From the
Arabian Nights)
MINERVA AND THE OWL
THE SPARROW AND THE EAGLE (From the
Arabian Nights)THE OLD MAN AND DEATH
INFANT JOY …….. William Blake
THE BABY …….. George MacDonald
THE DISCONTENTED STONECUTTER (From the
Japanese)
DISCREET HANS …….. Wilhelm and Jakob
Grimm
THE POPPYLAND EXPRESS …….. St. Louis Star
Sayings
BLUEBEARD
LULLABY
RUMPELSTILTZKIN …….. Jakob and Wilhelm
Grimm
THE MIRROR OF MATSUYANA (From the
Japanese)
A CONTRAST
THE GOLDEN TOUCH …….. Nathaniel Hawthorne
THE CHILD'S WORLD …….. W. B. RandsTHE FIR TREE …….. Hans Christian Andersen
HANS CHRISTIAN ANDERSEN
PICTURE BOOKS IN WINTER …….. Robert Louis
Stevenson
HOW THE WOLF WAS BOUND …….. Adapted by
Anna McCaleb
THE DEATH OF BALDER …….. Adapted by Anna
McCaleb
THE PUNISHMENT OF LOKI …….. Adapted by
Anna McCaleb
SEVEN TIMES ONE …….. Jean Ingelow
SHUFFLE-SHOON AND AMBER-LOCKS ……..
Eugene Field
AFTERWHILE …….. James Whitcomb Riley
WINDY NIGHTS …….. Robert Louis Stevenson
THE SNOW QUEEN …….. Hans Christian
Andersen
THE CHIMERA …….. Nathaniel Hawthorne
A VISIT FBOM ST. NICHOLAS …….. Clement C.
Moore
THE STORY OF PHAETHONTHE ENGLISH ROBIN …….. Harrison Weir
TOM, THE WATER BABY …….. Charles Kingsley
THE MILKMAID …….. Jeffreys Taylor
HOLGER DANSKE …….. Hans Christian Andersen
WHAT THE OLD MAN DOES is ALWAYS RIGHT
…….. Hans Christian Andersen
THE FAIRIES OF CALDON-LOW …….. Mary
Howitt
WHO STOLE THE BIRD'S NEST? …….. L. Maria
Child
THE FIRST SNOWFALL …….. James Russell
Lowell
THE KING OF THE GOLDEN RIVER …….. John
Ruskin
THE STORY OF ESTHER
THE DARNING-NEEDLE …….. Hans Christian
Andersen
THE POTATO …….. Thomas Moore
THE QUEEN OF THE UNDERWORLDORIGIN OF THE OPAL
IN TIME'S SWING …….. Lucy Larcom
WHY THE SEA IS SALT …….. Mary Howitt
PRONUNCIATION OF PROPER NAMES
For Classification of Selections, see General Index
at end of Volume X.ILLUSTRATIONS
KAY AND GERDA AT PLAY AMONG THE
FLOWEBS … (Color Plate) Arthur
Henderson
AESOP (Halftone) ….. From Painting by Velasquez
THE OWL ….. Herbert N. Rudeen
THE SPARROW AND THE EAGLE ….. Herbert N.
Rudeen
INFANT JOY ….. Lucille Enders
JAPANESE GATE ….. Herbert N Rudeen
THE STONECUTTER AND HIS SILKEN COUCH
….. Herbert N. Rudeen
EVERYTHING REJOICED IN A NEW GROWTH
….. Herbert N. Rudeen
BLUEBEARD ….. Herbert N. Rudeen
THE PASS KEY ….. Uncredited
SHE SLIPPED SILENTLY AWAY ….. Herbert N.
Rudeen
SISTER ANN WATCHING FROM THE TOWER
….. Herbert N. Rudeen
RUMPELSTILTZKIN ….. Herbert N. Rudeen
AWAITING THE RETURN OF THE FATHER …..
Herbert N. Rudeen
JAPANESE LANTERN ….. Herbert N. Rudeen
HER GREATEST PLEASURE WAS TO LOOK
INTO THE MIRROR ….. Herbert N.
Rudeen
YEARNING LOVE ….. Lucille Enders
THE FIGURE OF A STRANGER IN THE
SUNBEAM ….. Arthur Henderson
MARYGOLD WAS A GOLDEN STATUE ….. ArthurHenderson
THE CHILD'S WORLD ….. Marion Miller
THE SWALLOWS AND THE STORK CAME …..
Herbert N. Rudeen
THE FAT MAN TOLD ABOUT KLUMPEY-DUMPEY
….. Herbert N. Rudeen
HANS CHRISTIAN ANDERSEN ….. (Halftone)
Uncredited
PICTURE BOOKS IN WINTER ….. Iris Weddell
White
THE GODS WERE AMAZED ….. A. H. Winkler
HODER HURLED THE DART ….. Herbert N.
Rudeen
STRANGE OPAL LIGHTS FILTERED THROUGH
THE WATER ….. A. H. Winkler
THOR'S HAND GRIPPED HIM ….. W. O. Reese
SHUFFLE-SHOON AND AMBER-LOCKS …..
Lucille Enders
HOLLYHOCKS ….. Donn P. Crane
THE GOBLIN AND THE MIRROR ….. Herbert N.
Rudeen
THE SNOW-FLAKE AT LAST BECAME A MAIDEN
….. Herbert N. Rudeen
THEY FLEW OVER WOODS AND LAKES …..
Herbert N Rudeen
"HE IS BLOWING BUBBLES" ….. Herbert N.
Rudeen
THE CROW STOPPED TO LOOK AT HER …..
Herbert N. Rudeen
THE REINDEER RAN AS FAST AS IT COULD GO
….. Herbert N. Rudeen
THE SNOW QUEEN'S CASTLE ….. Herbert N.
Rudeen
PEGASUS AT THE FOUNTAIN ….. Herbert N