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The Brownies: Adapted from the Story (1946)

by Juliana Horatia Ewing

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Preface: The Brownies is a story for all little girls, and for Brownie Scouts in particular.
"Bairns are a burden," said the Tailor as he sat at work.
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(Click to show. Warning: May contain spoilers.)
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Please do not combine The Brownies and Other Tales, The Brownies and Other Stories, and The Brownies as they have different contents.

Stories, published by Dent/Dutton, includes: The brownies -- Timothy's shoes -- Jackanapes -- Amelia and the dwarfs -- The land of lost toys -- Daddy Darwin's dovecote -- Our field.

Tales, published by Bell and some 21st century publishers, includes: The brownies -- The land of lost toys -- Three Christmas trees -- An idyll of the wood -- Christmas crackers -- Amelia and the dwarfs.

The Brownies, published by Scribner in 1946, is an adaptation of Ewing's story by Katherine Milhous.
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