The RED Fairy Book - online children's book

Illustrated classic fairy tales for children by Andrew Lang

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enough to fill her basket, thanked the little men for their kindness, shook hands with them, and ran home to bring her stepmother what she had asked for. When she walked in and said ' Good-evening,' a piece of gold fell out of her mouth. Then she told what had hap-
pened to her in the wood, and at every word pieces of gold dropped from her mouth, so that the room was soon covered with them.
' She's surely more money than wit to throw gold about like that,' said her stepsister, but in her secret heart she was very jealous, e.                                                                                               R
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