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Series: McCall's Storytime Treasury

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McCall's Storytime Treasury: Beauty and the Beast / The Tinderbox by McCall's
McCall's Storytime Treasury: Bluebeard / The Ogre's Three Golden Hairs by McCall's
McCall's Storytime Treasury: Cinderella / The Pied Piper of Hamelin by McCall's
McCall's Storytime Treasury: Five Peas in a Pod / Prince Ahmed by McCall's
McCall's Storytime Treasury: Hans in Luck / The Three Little Pigs by McCall's
McCall's Storytime Treasury: Hansel & Gretel / Ali Baba & The Forty Thieves by McCall's
McCall's Storytime Treasury: Jack and the Beanstalk / The Brementown Musicians by McCall's
McCall's Storytime Treasury: Little Red Riding Hood / The Frog Prince by McCall's
McCall's Storytime Treasury: Puss'N'Boots / Aladdin and His Magic Lamp by McCall's
McCall's Storytime Treasury: Rapunzel / The Treasure of the Three Brothers by McCall's
McCall's Storytime Treasury: Sleeping Beauty / The Wolf and the Seven Baby Goats by McCall's
McCall's Storytime Treasury: Snow White / The Little Tin Soldier by McCall's
McCall's Storytime Treasury: The Blind Sheik / The Donkeyskins by McCall's
McCall's Storytime Treasury: The Emperor's New Clothes / The Three Dogs by McCall's
McCall's Storytime Treasury: The Enchanted Princess / The House in the Forest by McCall's
McCall's Storytime Treasury: The Golden Bird / The Three Musicians by McCall's
McCall's Storytime Treasury: The Golden Fish / The Goatherd and the King's Daughter by McCall's
McCall's Storytime Treasury: The Nightingale / Abdullah of the Land by McCall's
McCall's Storytime Treasury: The Ugly Duckling / The Princess Who Tended Geese by McCall's
McCall's Storytime Treasury: Thumbelina / The Shepherdess and the Chimneysweep by McCall's

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