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This CD contains 46 Rare and Fascinating Historic books detailing Fairies and Fairy Tales, Mythology, Folklore and History.

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This CD contains 46 Rare and Fascinating Historic books detailing Fairies and Fairy Tales, Mythology, Folklore and History.

Below is a breakdown of the books and their contents by region. The book titles are bolded and the contents are in the bullet points below each book. All books are complete - including any illustrations that were in the original hardcopy books. In many cases, we list the chapters in the books but we also list many books just by title and publication date in an effort to keep the ad a reasonable size. If you have a question about the contents of any book, please ask us.

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Indian Fairy Tales by Joseph Jacobs [1912]

  • The Lion and the Crane
  • How the Raja's Son won the Princess Labam
  • The Lambikin
  • Punchkin
  • The Broken Pot
  • The Magic Fiddle
  • The Cruel Crane Outwitted
  • Loving Laili
  • The Tiger, The Brahman, and the Jackal
  • The Soothsayers Son
  • Harisarman
  • The Charmed Ring
  • The Talkative Tortoise
  • A Lac of Rupees for a Piece of Advice
  • The Gold-Giving Serpent
  • The Son of Seven Queens
  • A Lesson for Kings
  • Pride Goeth Before a Fall
  • Raja Rasalu
  • The Ass in the Lion's Skin
  • The Farmer and the Money-Lender
  • The Boy who had a Moon on his Forehead and a Star on his Chin
  • The Prince and the Fakir
  • Why the Fish Laughed
  • The Demon with the Matted Hair
  • The Ivory City and its Fairy Princess
  • Sun, Moon, and Wind go out to Dinner
  • How the Wicked Sons were Duped
  • The Pigeon and the Crow

Roumanian Fairy Tales and Legends by Mrs. E. B. Mawr [1881]

  • Fairy Tales
    • The Slippers of the Twelve Princesses
    • The Ungrateful Wood-Cutter
    • The Hermit's Foundling with the Golden Hair
    • The Daughter of the Rose
    • The Twelve-Headed Griffin
    • Vasilica The Brave
    • Handsome is as Handsome Does
    • The Fisherman and the Boyard's Daughter
  • Legends
    • Manioli, A Legend of the 13th Century
    • The Fortress of Poinarii
    • The Gentle Shepherd
  • Historic Tales
    • Death of Constantin II. Brancovan
    • The Mother of Stephen the Great

Irish Fairy Tales by James Stephens [1920]

  • The Story of Tuan Mac Cairill
  • The Boyhood of Fionn
  • The Birth of Bran
  • Oisin's Mother
  • The Wooing of Becfola
  • The Little Brawl at Allen
  • The Carl of the Drab Coat
  • The Enchanted Cave of Cesh Corran
  • Mongan's Frenzy

The Welsh Fairy Book by W. Jenkyn Thomas [1907]

  • The Lady of the Lake
  • Arthur in the Cave
  • The Curse of the Pantannas
  • The Drowning of the Bottom Hundred
  • Elidyr's Sojurn in Fairy Land
  • Rhys and Llywelyn
  • Lowri Dafydd Earns a Purse of Gold
  • The Llanfabon Changeling
  • Why the Red Dragon is the Emblem of Wales
  • Lyn Cwm Llwch
  • The Adventures of Three Farmers
  • Cadwaladr and his Goat
  • The Fairy Wife
  • Einion and the Lady of the Greenwood
  • The Green Isles of the Ocean
  • March's Ears
  • The Fairy Harp
  • Guto Bach and the Fairies
  • Ianto's Chase
  • The Stray Cow
  • Bala Lake
  • The Forbidden Fountain
  • Tudur ap Einion
  • The Fairy Walking Stick
  • Dick the Fiddler's Money
  • A Strange Otter
  • Fairy Ointment
  • Pergrin and the Mermaiden
  • The Cave of the Young Men of Snowdonia
  • Einion and the Fair Family
  • St Collen and the King of Fairy
  • Helig's Hollow
  • Owen Goes A-Wooing
  • The Fairy Reward
  • Why Deunant has the Front Door in the Back
  • Getting Rid of Fairies
  • The Mantle of Kings' Beards
  • Pedws Ffowk and St. Elian's Well
  • Magic Music
  • Sili go Dwt
  • Another Changeling
  • A Fairy Borrowing
  • Treasure Seeking
  • The Richest Man
  • St. Beuno and the Curlew
  • The Cat Witches
  • The Swallowed Court
  • What Marged Rolant Saw
  • Ned Puw's Farewell
  • Pennard Castle
  • The Man with the Green Weeds
  • Goronwy Tudor and the Witches of Llanddons
  • Robin's Return
  • The Harper's Gratuity
  • Six and Four are Ten
  • Envy Burns Itself
  • The Bride from the Red Lake
  • A Fairy Dog
  • Grace's Well
  • The Fairy Password
  • St. Winifred's Well
  • The Ancients of the World
  • Nansi Llwyd and the Dog of Darkness
  • An Adventure in the Big Bog
  • The Pwca of the Trwyn
  • John Gethin and the Candle
  • Fetching a Halter
  • Dai Sion's Homecoming
  • Melangell's Lambs
  • Syfaddon Lake
  • The Power of St Tegla's Well
  • The Men of Ardudwy
  • The Parti-coloured Cow
  • Striking a Corpse Candle
  • Hu Gadarn
  • The Devil's Bridge
  • The Martyred Hound
  • Twm of the Fair Lies
  • Black Robin
  • Llyn Llech Owen
  • A Ghostly Rehersal
  • A Phantom's Funeral
  • Why the Robin's Breast is Red

Fairy Legends and Traditions by Thomas Crofton Croker [1825]

  • The Legend of Knocksheogowna
  • The Legend of Knockfierna
  • The Legend of Knockgrafton
  • The Priest
  • The Young Piper
  • The Brewery of Egg-Shells
  • The Changeling
  • The Two Gossips
  • The Legend of Bottle Hill
  • The Confessions of Tom Bourke
  • Fairies Or No Fairies
  • The Haunted Cellar
  • Seeing is Believing
  • Master and Man
  • The Field of Boliauns
  • The Little Shoe
  • Legends of the Banshee
  • Legends of the Banshee
  • The Spirit Horse
  • Daniel O Rourke
  • The Crookened Back
  • The Haunted Castle
  • Fior Usga
  • Cormac and Mary
  • The Legend of Lough Gur
  • The Enchanted Lake
  • The Legend of O'Donoghue
  • The Lady of Gollerus
  • Flory Cantillon's Funeral
  • The Lord of Dunkerron
  • The Wonderful Tune
  • The Wonderful Tune
  • Hanlon's Mill
  • The Death Coach
  • The Headless Horseman
  • Diarmid Bawn, The Piper
  • Teigue of the Lee
  • Ned Sheehy's Excuse
  • The Lucky Guest
  • Dreaming Tim Jarvis
  • Rent-Day
  • Linn-Na-Payshtha
  • The Legend of Cairn Thierna
  • The Rock of the Candle
  • Clough na Cuddy
  • The Giant's Stairs

Tales of Fairies and of the Ghost World by Jeremiah Curtin [1895]

  • John Connors and the Fairies
  • Fitzgerald and Daniel O'Donohue
  • The Fairies of Rahonain and Elizabeth Shea
  • The Knights of Kerry - Rahonain Castle
  • The Cattle Jobber of Awnascawil
  • The Midwife of Listowel
  • Daniel Crowley and the Ghosts
  • Tom Daly and the Nut-Eating Ghost
  • Tom Connors and the Dead Girl
  • The Farmer of Tralee and the Fairy Cows
  • The Two Gamblers and the Fairies
  • The Girl and the Robber
  • Maurice Griffin and the Fairy Doctor
  • The Three Sisters and Their Husbands, Three Brothers
  • John Shea and the Treasure
  • St. Martin's Eve
  • James Murray and Saint Martin
  • Fairy Cows
  • John Reardon and the Sister Ghosts
  • Maggie Doyle and the Dead Man
  • Pat Doyle and the Ghost
  • The Ghost of Sneem
  • The Dead Mother
  • Tim Sheehy Sent Back to This World to Prove His Innocence
  • Tom Moore and the Seal Woman
  • The Four-Leafed Shamrock
  • John Cokeley and the Fairy
  • Tom Foley's Ghost
  • The Blood-Drawing Ghost
  • Murderous Ghosts

The Fairy-Faith in Celtic Countries by W.Y. Evans-Wentz [1911]

  • Environment (section I, chapter I)
  • Taking of Evidence (Section I Chapter II part 1)
  • Taking Evidence (Section I, Chapter II, part 2)
  • Taking Evidence (Section I, Chapter II, part 3)
  • Taking Evidence (Section I, Chapter II, part 4)
  • Taking Evidence (Section I, Chapter II, part 5)
  • Taking Evidence (Section I, Chapter II, part 6)
  • Anthropological Examination (Section I Chapter III)
  • People of the Goddess Dana (Section II Chapter IV)
  • Brythonic Divinities (Section II Chapter V)
  • Celtic Otherworld (Section II Chapter VI)
  • Doctrine of Rebirth (Section II Chapter VII)
  • Testimony of Archaelogy (Section III Chapter VIII)
  • Testimony of Paganism (Section III Chapter IX)
  • Testimony of Christianity (Section III Chapter X)
  • Science and Fairies (Section IV Chapter XI)

Fairies by Gertrude M. Faulding [1913]

The Fairy Mythology by Thomas Keightley [1870]

The Science of Fairy Tales by Edwin Sidney Hartland [1891].

  • Chapter I: The Art of Story-Telling
  • Chapter II: Savage Ideas
  • Chapter III: Fairy Births and Human Midwives
  • Chapter IV: Fairy Births and Human Midwives (continued)
  • Chapter V: Changelings
  • Chapter VI: Robberies from Fairyland
  • Chapter VII: The Supernatural Lapse of Time in Fairyland
  • Chapter VIII: The Supernatural Lapse of Time in Fairyland contd
  • Chapter IX: The Supernatural Lapse of Time in Fairyland contd.
  • Chapter X: Swan Maidens
  • Chapter XI: Swan Maidens contd.
  • Chapter XII: Conclusion

Celtic Fairy Tales by Joseph Jacobs [1892]

  • Connla and the Fairy Maiden
  • Guleesh
  • The Field of Boliauns
  • The Horned Women
  • Conall Yellowclaw
  • Hudden and Dudden and Donald O'Neary
  • The Shepherd of Myddvai
  • The Sprightly Tailor
  • The Story of Deirdre
  • Munachar and Manachar
  • Gold-Tree and Silver-Tree
  • King O'Toole and his Goose
  • The Wooing of Olwen
  • Jack and his Comrades
  • The Shee An Gannon and the Gruagach Gaire
  • The Story-Teller at Fault
  • The Sea-Maiden
  • A Legend of Knockmany
  • Fair, Brown and Trembling
  • Jack and his Master
  • Beth Gellert
  • The Tale of Ivan
  • Andrew Coffey
  • The Battle of the Birds
  • Brewery of Eggshells
  • The Lad with the Goat-Skin

More Celtic Fairy Tales by Joseph Jacobs [1894]

  • The Fate of the Children of Lir
  • Jack the Cunning Thief
  • Powel, Prince of Dyfed
  • Paddy O'Kelly and the Weasel
  • The Black Horse
  • The Vision of MacConglinney
  • Dream of Owen O'Mulready
  • Morraha
  • The Story of the McAndrew Family
  • The Farmer of Liddesdale
  • The Greek Princess and the Young Gardener
  • The Russet Dog
  • Smallhead and the King's Sons
  • The Legend of Knockgrafton
  • Elidore
  • The Leeching of Kayn's leg
  • How Fin went to the Kingdom of the Big Men
  • How Cormac Mac Art went to Faery
  • The Ridere of Riddles
  • The Tail

English Fairy and Other Folk Tales by Edwin Sidney Hartland, Illustrated by C.E. Brock [1890]

  • Jack the Giant Killer
  • The Princess of Canterbury
  • The Princess of Colchester
  • Mr Fox
  • Tom Tit Tot
  • Jack and the Bean-stalk
  • The Story of Sain Kenelm
  • Wild Edric
  • Lady Godiva
  • The Legend of the Sons of the Conqueror
  • The Lgend of Becket's Parents
  • The Fause Fable of the Lord Lathom
  • Whittington and his Cat
  • The Pedlar of Swaffham
  • The Lampton Worm
  • Bomere Pool
  • The Origin of the Wrekin
  • The Blinded Giant
  • Worcestershire Fairies
  • The Fairy Midwife
  • The Adventure of Cherry of Zennor
  • The Fairy Funeral
  • The Piskies in the Cellar
  • Edwin and Sir Topaz
  • The Two Serving Damsels
  • The Tulip Bed
  • The Fisherman and the Piskies
  • A Fairy Caught
  • Colman Grey
  • The King of the Cats
  • A Myth of Midridge
  • The Green Children
  • The Fairy Banquet
  • The Fairy Horn
  • The Fairy Fair
  • The Fairies' Caldron
  • The Cauld Lad of Hilton
  • The Fairy Thieves
  • The Boggart
  • Ainsel
  • Legend of the Rollright Stones
  • Dando and His Dogs
  • The Demon Tregeagle
  • The Pason and Clerk
  • Outwitting the Bogie
  • The Hunted Hare
  • The Well of St. Ludgvan
  • The Hedley Kow
  • The Lord of Pengerswick
  • The Witch and the Toad
  • Witch and Hare
  • The Hand of Glory
  • Betty Chidley The Witch
  • The Bag of Flour
  • Kentsham Bell
  • A Bishop's Ghost
  • A Clergyman's Ghost
  • The Haunted House
  • Ghost-Laying Stories
  • The Roaring Bull of Bagbury
  • The White Lady of Blenkinsopp
  • The Haunted Widower
  • The Ghost of Rosewarne
  • The Lady with the Lantern
  • Spectre-Dogs
  • Billy B----'s Adventure
  • The Wise Fools of Gotham
  • The Three Wishes
  • The Miller at the Professor's Examination
  • Stupid's Mistaken Cries
  • The Three Sillies
  • Mr Vinegar
  • Lazy Jack
  • The History of Tom Thumb

English Fairy Tales by Joseph Jacobs, Illustrated by John D. Batten [1890]

  • Tom Tit Tot
  • The Three Sillies
  • The Rose-Tree
  • The Old Woman and Her Pig
  • How Jack Went to Seek his Fortune
  • Mr Vinegar
  • Nix Nought Nothing
  • Jack Hannaford
  • Binnorie
  • Mouse and Mouser
  • Cap O' Rushes
  • Teeny-Tiny
  • Jack and the Beanstalk
  • The Story of the Three Little Pigs
  • The Master and His Pupil
  • Titty Mouse and Tatty Mouse
  • Jack and His Golden Snuff-Box
  • The Story of the Three Bears
  • Jack the Giant-Killer
  • Henny-Penny
  • Childe Rowland
  • Molly Whuppie
  • The Red Ettin
  • The Golden Arm
  • The History of Tom Thumb
  • Mr Fox
  • Lazy Jack
  • Johnny-Cake
  • Earl Mar's Daughter
  • Mr Miacca
  • Whittington and His Cat
  • The Strange Visitor
  • The Laidly Worm of Spindleston Heugh
  • The Cat and the Mouse
  • The Fish and the Ring
  • The Magpie's Nest
  • Kate Crackernuts
  • The Cauld Lad of Hilton
  • The Ass, The Table and the Stick
  • Fairy Ointment
  • The Well of the World's End
  • Master of all Masters
  • The Three Heads of the Well

More English Fairy Tales by Joseph Jacobs, Illustrated by John D. Batten [1894]

  • The Pied Piper
  • Hereafterthis
  • The Golden Ball
  • My Own Self
  • Black Bull of Norroway
  • Yallery Brown
  • Three Feathers
  • Sir Gammer Vans
  • Tom Hickathrift
  • The Hedley Kow
  • Gobborn Seer
  • Lawkamercyme
  • Tattercoats
  • The Wee Bannock
  • Johnny Gloke
  • Coat o' Clay
  • The Three Cows
  • The Blinded Giant
  • Scrapefoot
  • The Pedlar of Swaffham
  • The Old Witch
  • The Three Wishes
  • The Buried Moon
  • A Son of Adam
  • The Children in the Wood
  • The Hobyahs
  • A Pottle o' Brains
  • The King of England and his Three Sons
  • King John and the Abbot of Canterbury
  • Rushen Coatie
  • The King o' the Cats
  • Tamlane
  • The Stars in the Sky
  • News!
  • Puddock, Mousie and Ratton
  • The Little Bull-Calf
  • The Wee, Wee Mannie
  • Habetrot and Scantlie Mab
  • Old Mother Wiggle-Waggle
  • Catskin
  • Stupid's Cries
  • The Lambton Worm
  • The Wise Men of Gotham
  • Princess of Canterbury

Tales of the Dartmoor Pixies by William Crossing [1890].

  • Chapter I: The Moorland Haunts of the Pixies
  • Chapter II: The Pixies' Trysting Place
  • Chapter III: By the Peat Filled Hearth
  • Chapter IV: Lough Tor Hole. The Huccaby Courting
  • Chapter V: The Pixie at the Ockerry. Jimmy Townsend and his Sister Race
  • Chapter VI: The Ungrateful Farmer.--The Pixy Threshers.--Rewarding a Pixy
  • Chapter VII: Nanny Norrish and the Pixies.--The Ploughman's Breakfast.--The Pixy Riders.--Jan Coo
  • Chapter VIII: The Borrowed Colts.--The Boulder in the Room.--Vickeytoad.--Modilla and Podilla

A Peep at the Pixies, or Legends of the West by Anna Eliza Bray, Illustrated by Hablot K. Browne [1854]

  • Pixy Gathon, or, the Tailor's Needle
  • The Three Trials, or, the Story of Crabby Cross
  • The Seven Crosses of Tiverton, or, The Pixy Picket
  • Background Notes on the Seven Crosses of Tiverton
  • Fontina, or, The Pixies' Bath
  • The Lady of the Silver Bell
  • The Belfry Rock, or, The Pixies' Revenge

Andersen's Fairy Tales - by Andersen, Hans Christian

American Fairy Tales - by Baum, L. Frank (Lyman Frank)

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.

Master Key, An Electrical Fairy Tale Founded Upon The Mysteries Of Electricity, The - by Baum, L. Frank (Lyman Frank)

Fairy-Land of Science , The - by Buckley, Arabella B.

Fairy Tales; Their Origin and Meaning _ With Some Account of Dwellers in Fairyland - by Bunce, John Thackray

Fairy Tales From The Arabian Nights - by Dixon, E.

The Little House in the Fairy Wood - by Eliot, Ethel Cook

Welsh Fairy-Tales And Other Stories - by Emerson, Edited by P. H.

Pagan Papers - by Grahame, Kenneth

The romance of the road ? The romance of the rail ? Non libri sed liberi ? Loafing ? Cheap knowledge ? The rural Pan ? Marginalia ? The eternal whither ? Deus terminus ? Of smoking ? An autumn encounter ? The white poppy ? A Bohemian in exile ? Justifiable homicide ? The fairy wicket ? Aboard the galley ? The lost centaur ? etc.

Dutch Fairy Tales for Young Folks - by Griffis, William Elliot

Welsh Fairy Tales - by Griffis, William Elliot

Grimm's Fairy Tales - by Grimm, Jacob

The golden bird ? Hans in luck ? Jorinda and Jorindel ? The traveling musicians ? Old sultan ? The straw, the coal, and the bean ? Briar Rose ? The dog and the sparrow ? The twelve dancing princesses ? The fisherman and his wife - etc.

Blue Moon, The - by Housman, Laurence

The blue moon ? A Chinese fairy-tale ? The way of the wind ? A capful of moonshine ? The moon-stroke ? How little Duke Jarl saved the castle ? The white doe ? The gentle cockatrice ? The rat-catcher's daughter ? etc.

Heroes, Or Greek Fairy Tales For My Children - by Kingsley, Charles

Blue Fairy Book, The - by Lang, Andrew

The bronze ring ? Prince Hyacinth and the dear little princess ? East of the sun and West of the moon ? The yellow dwarf ? Little Red Riding-Hood ? The sleeping beauty in the wood ? Cinderella; or, the little glass slipper ? etc.

Brown Fairy Book, The - by Lang, Andrew

What the Rose did to the Cypress ? Ball-Carrier and the Bad One ? How Ball-Carrier finished his Task ? The Bunyip ? Father Grumbler ? The Story of the Yara ? The Cunning Hare ? The Turtle and his Bride ? etc.

Crimson Fairy Book, The - by Lang, Andrew

Green Fairy Book, The - by Lang, Andrew

Lilac Fairy Book, The - by Lang, Andrew

Orange Fairy Book, The - by Lang, Andrew

The Story of the Hero Makoma ? The Magic Mirror From the Senna ? Story of the King Who Would See Paradise ? How Isuro the Rabbit Tricked Gudu ? Ian, the Soldier's Son ? The Fox and the Wolf ? How Ian Direach Got the Blue Falcon ? etc.

Pink Fairy Book, The - by Lang, Andrew

Red Fairy Book, The - by Lang, Andrew

The Twelve Dancing Princesses ? The Princess Mayblossom ? Soria Moria Castle ? The Death of Koschei the Deathless ? The Black Thief and Knight of the Glen ? The Master Thief ? Brother and Sister ? Princess Rosette ? The Enchanted Pig ? The Norka ? The Wonderful Birch ? Jack and the Beanstalk ? The Little Good Mouse ? Graciosa and Percinet ? The Three Princesses of Whiteland ? The Voice of Death ? The Six Sillies ? Kari Woodengown ? Drakestail ? The Ratcatcher ? The True History of Little Goldenhood ? The Golden Branch ? The Three Dwarfs ? Dapplegrim ? The Enchanted Canary ? The Twelve Brothers ? Rapunzel ? The Nettle Spinner ? Farmer Weatherbeard ? Mother Holle ? Minnikin ? Bushy Bride ? Snowdrop ? The Golden Goose ? The Seven Foals ? The Marvellous Musician ? The Story of Sigurd.

Violet Fairy Book, The - by Lang, Andrew

Yellow Fairy Book, The - by Lang, Andrew

The Cat and the Mouse in Partnership ? The Six Swans ? The Dragon of the North ? Story of the Emperor's New Clothes ? The Golden Crab ? The Iron Stove ? The Dragon and his Grandmother ? The Donkey Cabbage ? The Little Green Frog ? etc.

Grey Fairy Book, The - by Lang, Andrew, 1844-1912, Editor

The Blue Bird: A Fairy Play in Six Acts - by Maeterlinck, Maurice

Japanese Fairy Tales - by Ozaki, Yei Theodora

Counterpane Fairy, The - by Pyle, Katharine

Primary Reader, A : Old-time Stories, Fairy Tales and Myths Retold by Children _ Old-time Stories, Fairy Tales and Myths Retold by Children - by Smythe, E. Louise (Emma Louise)


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