The Blue Fairy Book - online childrens book

Illustrated classic fairy tales for children by Andrew Lang

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take the opportunity of getting something. He ran forward to begin, but the young girl to whom he had given his bread gave a cry of terror and took him up in her arms, saying :
' Don't touch it, my poor little dog—that house is the palace of pleasure, and everything that comes out of it is poisoned!'
At the same moment a voice said :
'You see a good action always brings its reward,' and the
Prince found himself changed into a beautiful white dove. He remembered that white was the favourite colour of the Fairy Truth, and began to hope that he might at last win back her favour. But just now his first care was for Celia, and rising into the air he flew round and round the house, until he saw an open window; but he searched through every room in vain. No trace of Celia was to be seen, and the Prince, in despair, determined to search through the world till he found her. He flew on and on for several days, till
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