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    American Fairy Tales

    by L. Frank Baum

    Book Description

    A dozen fabulous fairy tales with a distinctively American - and decidedly Baumesque - flavor. The author of The Wonderful Wizard of Oz has written these clever, witty and wise stories for children, but they are too good not to share with grown-up readers! A hidden masterpiece! The Box Of Robbers The Glass Dog The Queen of Quok The Girl Who Owned a Bear The Enchanted Types The Laughing Hippopotamus The Magic Bon Bons The Capture of Father Time The Wonderful Pump The Dummy That Lived The King of the Polar Bears The Mandarin and the Butterfly

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