2 edition of Stories of Old Daniel, or, Tales of Wonder and delight found in the catalog.
Stories of Old Daniel, or, Tales of Wonder and delight
M K. Moore
|Statement||by M. K. Moore, Countess of Mount Cashell.|
|Series||Early children"s books|
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Stories of old Daniel; or tales of wonder and delight. [Margaret King Moore] -- A facsimile of the edition or ten tales "of foreign countries and manners" told by a very old man.
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Stories of old Daniel. ) Topics Children Older people Storytelling Genres Prints. Stories of Old Daniel: or Tales of Wonder and Delight, “printed for the proprietors of the Juvenile Library”, was published in London bearing the date The publisher was William Godwin, who ran the Juvenile Library with his second wife, Mary Jane, and whose diary entry for 30 December records “Old Daniel published”.
Stories of old Daniel, or, Tales of wonder and delight: containing narratives of foreign countries and manners, and designed or an introduction to the study of voyages, travels, and history in general.
She disguised herself as a man, in order to study medicine at the German university of Jena, wrote some of the earliest children's fiction or to an Irish author - her Stories of Old Daniel; or, Tales of Wonder and Delight, was published by Godwin in - and, later in life, played host to Percy and Mary Shelley and Claire Clairmont, when they visited her in Italy in /5(1).
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Read this book using Google Play Books app on your PC, android, iOS devices. Download for offline reading, highlight, bookmark or take notes while you read Tales of the Peculiar. Valente packs a happy magical wonder into every detail, creating a story very similar to a good dream full of places and people who are half real, half symbol.
‘Blind Delight’s cyclical meditation on desire exemplifies the collection’s alchemical themes.” (The Fix) David Sandner, “Old Foss is. Every story is a delight in one way or another.
Despite the grimness of the situation, these are stories about good people pulling together in the cause of light. I love Ricanstruction and recommend it to one and all. One hundred percent of the proceeds from this book go to the efforts in Puerto Rico.
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Within a few months of the bankruptcy, Gernsback launched three new magazines: Air Wonder. Get this from a library. Tails of wonder and imagination. [Ellen Datlow;] -- Cats are the heroes, villains, mythical creatures, domestic, and wild, in these 40 stories.
Ben Loory’s fables and tales have appeared in The New Yorker, Tin House, READ Magazine, and Fairy Tale Review, and been heard on This American Life and Selected is also the author of Tales of Falling and Flying and a picture book for children, The Baseball Player and the Walrus.A graduate of Harvard University and the American Film Institute MFA program in screenwriting, Loory.
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This book might be a bit scary for very young children but most ages 7 and up will enjoy the magic and adventure. The Kanes are masterful story tellers and many of those they tell in this book touched me deeply.
I bought copies of the book for family and friends and sent one to my almost year-old Mom. She read it in one sitting and called to say thank you. During the call she said the story about Mary and her daughter had really moved her.Great Ghost Stories, ed.
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