By Andrew Lang
Andrew Lang's Fairy Books are a sequence of twenty-five collections of real and fictional tales for kids, released among 1889 and 1913. the simplest identified books of the sequence are the twelve collections of fairy stories, referred to as Andrew Lang's "Coloured" Fairy Books or Andrew Lang's Fairy Books of many colours. In all, the volumes characteristic 798 tales, in addition to the 153 poems within the Blue Poetry e-book. The Yellow Fairy e-book is a set of stories from worldwide. It beneficial properties many stories from Hans Christian Andersen.
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