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Arabian Nights by Earle Goodenow
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Arabian Nights (1946)

by Earle Goodenow

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Another book that enthralled me as a child, both the classic stories and the illustrations (black and white line art plus color plates!). From the little girl handwriting inside the cover, this was my mom's "once upon a time." ( )
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This Illustrated Junior Library edition is an adaptation for children, containing a selection of only 14 tales (see Description for details). Please do not combine with any edition of the original work, or with any complete edition. Thank you.
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This Illustrated Junior Library edition contains:
  1. Scheherazade
  2. The merchant and the genie
  3. The story of the fisherman and the genie
  4. The story of the king and the physician
  5. Further adventures of the fisherman and the genie
  6. The story of the young king of the Black Isles
  7. The story of the enchanted horse
  8. The story of Sinbad the sailor
  9. The story of the three sisters
  10. The story of Prince Ahmed and Periebanou
  11. The story of Ali Baba and the forty thieves
  12. The story of Aladdin; or, the wonderful lamp
  13. The story of Abou Hassan; or, the sleeper awakened
  14. The story of Codadad and his brothers
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A collection of fourteen tales from the Arabian nights telling of birds, genies, Sinbad, Ali Baba, and Aladdin.

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