Pepper & salt, or, Seasoning for young folk
by Pyle, Howard, 1853-1911.
|Format:||Print Book 1913|
|Availability:||Available at 3 Libraries 4 of 4 copies|
SummaryA collection of humorous fairy tales and poems told in the style of the wandering minstrel.
ContentsThe skillful huntsman. Two opinions ; Ye song of ye foolish old woman ; A newspaper puff ; Three fortunes
Claus and his wonderful staff: Venturesome boldness ; Superficial culture
How Dame Margery Twist saw more than was good for her. Ye song of ye gossips ; A victim to science ; Play and earnest ; The accident of birth
Clever Peter and the two bottles. Ye romantic adventures of three tailors ; Fancy and fact ; Ye two wishes ; A verse with a moral but no name
Hans Hecklemann's luck. Ye song of ye rajah and ye fly ; Pride in distress ; Profession and practice ; A tale of a tub
Farmer Griggs's boggart. Ye story of a blue china plate ; Moral blindness ; Overconfidence ; The force of need
The bird in the linden tree
The apple of contentment. A disappointment ; Ye sad story concerning one innocent little lamb and four wicked wolves.
|Publisher|| New York :Harper and Bros.,1913
|Other Titles|| Pepper & salt
Seasoning for young folk
xiii, 109 pages : illustrations ; 24 cm