Journeys Through Bookland, Vol. 3
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Title: Journeys Through Bookland V3Author: Charles H. Sylvester
Release Date: June, 2004 [EBook #5902] [Yes, we
are more than one year ahead of schedule] [This
file was first posted on September 23, 2002]
Edition: 10
Language: English
*** START OF THE PROJECT GUTENBERG
EBOOK JOURNEYS THROUGH BOOKLAND V3
***
Produced by Juliet Sutherland, Charles Franks and
the Online Distributed Proofreading Team.JOURNEYS THROUGH
BOOKLAND
A NEW AND ORIGINAL PLAN FOR READING
APPLIED TO THE WORLD'S BEST LITERATURE
FOR CHILDREN
BY
CHARLES H. SYLVESTER
Author of English and American Literature
VOLUME THREE New Edition
1922CONTENTS
JOHN'S PUMPKIN ………. Mrs. Archibald
THE MOCK TURTLE'S STORY ………. Lewis
Carrol
THE SPIDER AND THE FLY ………. Mary Hoiritt
A FAREWELL ………. Charles Kingsley
QUEEN ALICE ………. Lewis Carroll
THE LEPRECHAUN ………. William Allingham
THE WALRUS AND THE CARPENTER ……….
Lewis Carroll
BETH GELERT ………. William R. Spencer
ROBINSON CRUSOE ………. Daniel Defoe
FAITHLESS SALLY BROWN ………. Thomas
Hood
THE MARINER'S DREAM ………. William Dimond
THE SWISS FAMILY ROBINSON ………. Johann
Rudolph Wyss
ECHO ………. John G. Saxe
THE STORY OF ALADDIN, OR THE
WONDERFUL LAMP … From the Arabian NightsTHE SECOND VOYAGE OF SINBAD THE SAILOR
. From the Arabian Nights
BARBARA FRIETCHIE ………. John Greenleaf
Whittier
BEOWULF AND GBENDEL
CUPID AND PSYCHE ………. Adapted by Anna
McCaleb
THE PIED PIPER OF HAMELIN ………. Robert
Browning
FRITHIOF THE BOLD ………. Adapted by Grace
E. Sellon
THE STORY OF SIEGFRIED ………. Adapted by
Grace E. Sellon
NIGHT ………. Robert Southey
LOCHINVAR ………. Sir Walter Scott
ROBIN HOOD
ROLAND AT RONCESVALLES
For Classification of Selections, see General Index,
at end of
Volume XILLUSTRATIONS
ALADDIN LEADS THE PRINCESS INTO THE
PALACE (Color Plate)
Arthur Henderson FRONTISPIECE
JOHN'S PUMPKIN … Lucille Enders
THE GRYPHON … After Sir John Tenniel
ALICE SAT STILL … After Sir John Tenniel
THE LOBSTER QUADRILLE … After Sir John
Tenniel
AND TURNS OUT HIS TOES … After Sir John
Tenniel
THE SPIDER AND THE FLY … Herbert N. Rudeen
IT WAS A GOLDEN CROWN … After Sir John
Tenniel
ALICE CONSIDERED … After Sir John Tenniel
TWO QUEENS ASLEEP AT ONCE … After Sir
John Tenniel
THIS WAY, THAT WAY, SO WE MAKE A SHOE
… Herbert N. Rudeen
THE WALRUS AND THE CARPENTER … After Sir
John Tenniel
THE LITTLE OYSTERS WAITED … After Sir John
Tenniel
I DEEPLY SYMPATHIZE … After Sir John Tenniel
THE DEATH OF GELERT … Herbert N. Rudeen
ROBINSON CHUSOE FINDS A FOOTPRINT ON
THE SAND … G.H. Mitchell
FRIDAY … G.H. Mitchell
FRIDAY ROASTING THE KID … G.H. Mitchell
I DISCOVERED A SHIP LYING AT ANCHOR …
G.H. MitchellTHEY STARTED UP (Halftone) … G.H. Mitchell
MAP OF GLOBE … G.H. Mitchell
LIKE MOUNTAINS THE BILLOWS SWELL …
Donn P. Crane
THE SHIP WAS JAMMED BETWEEN HIGH
ROCKS … J. Allen St. John
THEY MADE A RAFT OF CASKS … J. Allen St.
John
THE AGOUTI … J. Allen St. John
THE MONKEYS THREW DOWN COCONUTS …
J. Allen St. John
THE SHEEP FLOATED FAMOUSLY … J. Allen St.
John
FALCONHURST … J. Allen St. John
CHEST OF TREASURE … J. Allen St. John
OVERTURNING THE TURTLE … J. Allen St. John
PENGUINS … J. Allen St. John
CATCHING THE WILD ASS … J. Allen St. John
FLAMINGOS … J. Allen St. John
I ADVANCED WITH A LONG POLE … J. Allen St.
John
JACK AND THE OSTRICH … J. Allen St. John
THE WALRUS … J. Allen St. John
LATEST NEWS BY PIGEON POST … J. Allen St.
John
HIPPOPOTAMUS … J. Allen St. John
ALBATROSS … J. Allen St. John
PEARL BAY … J. Allen St. John
WE BROUGHT UP WITHIN HAIL … J. Allen St.
John
THE SLAVE OF THE LAMP … Arthur Henderson
ALADDIN DESCENDED THE STEPS … Arthur
Henderson
"GENIE, BUILD ME A PALACE" … ArthurHenderson
"NEW LAMPS FOR OLD" … Arthur Henderson
ALADDIN SALUTED THE PRINCESS JOYFULLY
… Arthur Henderson
THE VALLEY WAS STREWED WITH DIAMONDS
… Arthur Henderson
THE ROC FLEW AWAY WITH SINBAD (Halftone)
… Arthur Henderson
BARBARA FRIETCHIE … Iris Weddell White
GRENDEL COULD NOT BREAK THAT GRIP OF
STEEL … Arthur Henderson
BEOWULF ON HIS NOBLE STEED … Arthur
Henderson
SHE LOOKED UPON THE GOD OF LOVE … Iris
Weddell White
PSYCHE AND CHARON … Iris Weddell White
CUPID SPIED PSYCHE SLEEPING … Iris Weddell
White
PEOPLE CALL ME THE PIED PIPER … Iris
Weddell White
GREAT RATS, SMALL RATS … Herbert N.
Rudeen
A WONDERFUL PORTAL OPENED WIDE … Iris
Weddell White
THEY HAD BECOME BETROTHED … Donn P.
Crane
FRITHIOF BEHELD THE TWO WITCHES … Donn
P. Crane
SIEGFRIED AND THE DRAGON … Louis Grell
A GREAT CASTLE TOWERED ABOVE THE
CLIFFS … Louis Grell
THE DEATH OF SIEGFRIED … Louis Grell
LOCHINVAR … Arthur Henderson
TUMBLED HIM INTO THE BROOK … Jessie Arms