Series: The New Junior Classics: The Young Folks' Shelf of Books

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The New Junior Classics Volume One: Fairy Tales and Fables by Mabel Williams1
The New Junior Classics Volume Two: Stories of Wonder and Magic by Mabel Williams2
The New Junior Classics Volume Three: Myths and Legends by Mabel Williams3
The New Junior Classics Volume Four: Hero Tales by Mabel Williams4
The New Junior Classics Volume Five: Stories That Never Grow Old by Mabel Williams5
The New Junior Classics Volume Six: Stories About Boys and Girls by Mabel Williams6
The New Junior Classics Volume Seven: The Animal Book by Mabel Williams7
The New Junior Classics Volume Eight: Stories From History by Mabel Williams8
The New Junior Classics Volume Nine: Sport and Adventure by Mabel Williams9
The New Junior Classics Volume Ten: Poetry Reading Guide Indexes by Mabel Williams10
The New Junior Classics: The Young Folks' Shelf of Books Set by Mabel Williamsset

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This is one of the "Junior Classics" series of anthologies published by Colliers.

This particular series was edited by Mabel Williams and Marcia Dalphin..


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