The Old Woman Who Lived in a Shoe: There's No Place Like Home

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The Floating Press, 01.05.2014 - 322 Seiten
Amanda Minnie Douglas was an American writer who composed works primarily for younger audiences. Although her early efforts were highly "didactic" works in keeping with the Victorian mores of the time, she later began to write in a more modern mode. During this period, she updated a number of classic fairy tales and folk tales for early-twentieth-century audiences. Her charming take on The Old Woman Who Lived in a Shoe is sure to capture the imagination of younger readers.
 

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Chapter I Joes Grand Discovery
5
Chapter II Planning in the Twilight
18
Chapter III A Chance for Flossy
31
Chapter IV The Identical Shoe
46
Chapter V Good Luck for Joe
62
Chapter VI Fortunes and Misfortunes
79
Chapter VII The Old Tumbler After All
98
Chapter VIII Florence in State
114
Chapter XIII From Gray Skies to Blue
194
Chapter XIV A FlowerGarden in Doors
209
Chapter XV How Charlie Ran Away
226
Chapter XVI Almost Discouraged
243
Chapter XVII Lost at Sea
262
Chapter XVIII A Song in the Night
278
Chapter XIX In the Old HomeNest Again
295
Chapter XX Wherein the Old Shoe Becomes Crowded
313

Chapter IX Fourth of July
129
Chapter X Which Should She Choose?
145
Chapter XI Out of the Old HomeNest
161
Chapter XII Joes Fortune
178
Chapter XXI How the Dreams Came True
327
Chapter XXII Christmastide
339
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