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Pepper and SaltDown in sorrow Contents The Skillful Huntsman; Claus and His Wonderful Staff; How Dame Margery Twist Saw More than Was Good for Her; Clever Peter and the Two Bottles; Hans Hecklemann's Luck; Farmer Griggs's Boggart; The Bird in the Linden Tree; and The Apple of Contentment See other titles by this author available from Kessinger Publishing Some entertaining stories rather along the lines of Grimm's Fairytales or Aesop's Fables as well as some poetry of a silly variety

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PDF ´ BOOK Pepper and Salt ↠ DOGSALONBRISTOL Ë [Reading] ➿ Pepper and Salt By Howard Pyle – Dogsalonbristol.co.uk 1885 Pyle is best known for the children's books which he wrote and illustrated It is from his famous Book of Pirates that our present day concept of pirates has come School children still read his M1885 Pyle is best known for the children's books which he wrote and illustrated It is from his famous Book of Pirates that our present day concept of pirates has come School children still read his Men of Iron The Story of King Arthur and his Knights The Merry Adventures of Robin Hood and many other tales Pyle writes in preface to these del I consumed a lot of Howard Pyle in my voracious childhood reading and a walk back through his catalogue of disobedient maidens cruel and crooked little men and terrible punishments for small moral infractions is always a satisfying reminder that old fairy tales weren't as snuggly as they are nowadays

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Ightful tales One must have a little pinch of seasoning in this dull heavy life of ours; one should never look to have all the troubles the labors and the cares with never a whit of innocent jollity and mirth Yes; one must smile now and then if for nothing else than to lift the corners of the lips in laughter that are only too often dragged An old classic this compilation of fables illustrated in monochromatic black and white by the author was originally published in 1887 Pyle wrote in a very conversational court jester ish tone meaning for them to be read aloud I think My girls really liked the stories which contain moral and situational dilemmas out of which each story's protagonist must find their way In the midst of the stories are also full page poems that are beautifully illustrated and uite witty