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Series: Young Folks' Library

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Young Folks' Library 01: The Story Teller by Charles Eliot Norton1
Young Folks' Library 02: The Merry Maker by Joel Chandler Harris2
Young Folks' Library 03: A Book of Famous Fairy Tales by Roswell M. Field3
Young Folks' Library 04: Tales of Fantasy by Tudor Jenks4
Young Folks' Library 05: A Book of Famous Myths and Legends by Thomas J. Shahan5
Young Folks' Library 06: The Animal Story Book by Ernest Thompson Seton6
Young Folks' Library 07: School and College Days by Kirk Munroe7
Young Folks' Library 08: The Book of Adventure by Nathan Haskell Dole8
Young Folks' Library 09: A Book of Famous Explorers by Edwin Erle Sparks9
Young Folks' Library 10: A Book of Brave Deeds by John T. Trowbridge10
Young Folks' Library 11: Wonders of Earth, Sea and Sky by Edward Singleton Holden11
Young Folks' Library 12: A Book of Famous Travels by George A. Henty12
Young Folks' Library 13: A Book of Sea Stories by Thomas Bailey Aldrich13
Young Folks' Library 14: A Book of Natural History by David Starr Jordan14
Young Folks' Library 15: Historic Scenes in Fiction by Thomas Bailey Aldrich15
Young Folks' Library 16: Famous Battles by Land and Sea by John D. Long16
Young Folks' Library 17: Men Who Have Risen by Thomas Bailey Aldrich17
Young Folks' Library 18: Book of Patriotism by Thomas Bailey Aldrich18
Young Folks' Library 19: Leaders of Men or History Told in Biography by William Rainey Harper19
Young Folks' Library 20: A Book of Famous Poems by Thomas Bailey Aldrich20
Young Folks Library by Thomas Bailey Aldrichunspecified
YOUNG FOLKS' LIBRARY COMPLETE 20 VOLUME SET by Thomas Bailey Aldrichset

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Also known as Young Reader's Library

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