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Classics Illustrated Junior # 501: Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs by Jacob Grimm501
Classics Illustrated Junior # 502: The Ugly Duckling by Hans Christian Andersen502
Classics Illustrated Junior # 503: Cinderella by Charles Perrault503
Classics Illustrated Junior # 504: The Pied Piper504
Classics Illustrated Junior # 505: The Sleeping Beauty505
Classics Illustrated Junior # 506: The 3 Little Pigs by Joseph Jacobs506
Classics Illustrated Junior # 507: Jack and the Beanstalk by William Godwin507
Classics Illustrated Junior # 508: Goldilocks and the Three Bears by Robert Southey508
Classics Illustrated Junior # 509: Beauty and the Beast by Classics Illustrated Junior509
Classics Illustrated Junior # 510: Little Red Riding Hood510
Classics Illustrated Junior # 511: Puss-in Boots by Gianfrancesco Straparola511
Classics Illustrated Junior # 512: Rumpelstiltskin by William A. Walsh512
Classics Illustrated Junior #513: Pinocchio by Meyer A. Kaplan513
Classics Illustrated Junior # 514: The Steadfast Tin Soldier514
Classics Illustrated Junior No. 515 Johnny Appleseed by Comic Book515
Classics Illustrated Junior # 516: Aladdin and his lamp516
Classics Illustrated Jr. #518: Golden Goose by Jacob Grimm518
Classics Illustrated Junior # 519: Paul Bunyan519
Classics Illustrated Junior # 520: Thumbelina by Meyer Kaplan520
Classics Illustrated Junior 521: The King of the Golden River (CB^) by John Ruskin521
Classics Illustrated Junior # 522: The Nightingale by Hans Christian Andersen522
Classics Illustrated Junior # 523: The Gallant Tailor523
Classics Illustrated Junior # 525: The Little Mermaid by Hans Christian Andersen525
Classics Illustrated Junior # 526: The frog prince526
Classics Illustrated Junior # 527: The golden-haired giant527
Classics Illustrated Junior # 528: The penny prince528
Classics Illustrated Junior # 529: The magic servants529
Classics Illustrated Junior # 530: The Golden Bird by The Brothers Grimm530
Rapunzel (Classics Illustrated Junior No. 531) by Famous Authors Inc.531
Classics Illustrated Junior No. 532 The Dancing Princesses by Comic Book532
Classics Illustrated Junior # 533: The magic fountain533
Classics Illustrated Junior # 534: The Golden Touch by Classics Illustrated534
Classics Illustrated Junior # 535: The Wizard of Oz by L. Frank Baum535
Classics Illustrated Junior # 536: The Chimney Sweep by Hans Christian Andersen536
Classics Illustrated Junior # 537: The three fairies537
Classics Illustrated Junior No. 539 The Enchanted Fish by Comic Book539
Classics Illustrated Junior # 540: The Tinder Box by Hans Christian Andersen540
Classics Illustrated Junior # 541: Snow White and Rose Red541
Classics Illustrated Junior No. 542 The Donkey's Tale by Comic Book542
Classics Illustrated Jr. #543: House in the Woods543
Classics Illustrated Junior # 544: The golden fleece544
Classics Illustrated Junior # 545: The glass mountain545
Classics Illustrated Junior # 546: The Elves and the Shoemaker by The Brothers Grimm546
Classics Illustrated Junior # 547: The wishing table547
Classics Illustrated Junior # 548: The magic pitcher548
Classics Illustrated Junior # 549: Simple Kate by Comic Book549
Classics Illustrated Junior # 550: The singing donkey550
Classics Illustrated Junior # 551: The Queen Bee551
Classics Illustrated Junior # 552: The three little dwarfs552
Classics Illustrated Junior # 553: King Thrushbeard553
Classics Illustrated Junior # 554: The enchanted deer554
Classics Illustrated Junior # 555: The 3 Golden Apples555
Classics Illustrated Junior # 557: Silly Willy557
Classics Illustrated Junior # 558: The magic dish558
Classics Illustrated Junior # 559: The Japanese Lantern by George Peltz559
Classics Illustrated Junior No. 560 The Doll Princess by Comic Book560
Classics Illustrated Junior # 561: Hans Humdrum561
Classics Illustrated Junior # 562: The enchanted pony562
The Wishing Well (Classics Illustrated Junior : No. 563) by William A. Walsh563
The Salt Mountain: A Russian Fairy Tale (Classics Illustrated Junior No. 564) by George Peltz564
Classics Illustrated Jr. #565: Silly Princess565
Classics Illustrated Junior # 566: Clumsy Hans566
Classics Illustrated Junior # 567: The bearskin soldier567
Classics Illustrated Junior # 568: The happy hedgehog568
Classics Illustrated Jr. #569: Three Giants569
The Pearl Princess (Classics Illustrated Junior : No. 570) by Jacob Grimm570
Classics Illustrated Junior # 571: How fire came to the Indians571
Classics Illustrated Junior # 572: The drummer boy572
Classics Illustrated Junior # 573: The crystal ball573
Classics Illustrated Junior # 574: Brightboots574
Classics Illustrated Junior # 575: The fearless prince575
Classics Illustrated Junior # 576: The princess who saw everything576
Classics Illustrated Junior # 577: The runaway dumpling577

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