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Frank Stockton's stories are read for their imaginative humor which is both childlike "Old Pipes and the Dryad" has a fairytale atmosphere, is dramatic and brings both laughter and tears. "Old Pipes" is a pathetic but lovable character and quality but chiefly for their and sophisticated. imp is exceedingly droll. The incident of the boy kissed by a dryad and became a baby again, wherehis mother took pains to bring him up more carefully, the echo who was upon illustrates the delicate writing. of humor which permeates Students will enjoy Orn and all the stories in other fanciful tales, also all Stockton's The bee-man "The reformed pirate" BOOK SELECTION 39 The floating prince and other fairy tales.
Their charm for children lies in their rhythm, in their simple, direct style, and in the ease with which they are read because of their repetition. In selection, children's librarians should avoid those in which an author behind the scenes moralizes or otherwise hinders the story by descriptions or comments. There are many collections of these repetitive tales. One book which is subject to criticism because its versions are simplified is Clifton Johnson's Oaktree fairy book. Better forms of the same or similar stories are found in Jacobs' English fairy tales and More English fairy tales.
They were intended both and to amuse but he definitely sought first of all and was very resourceful. He drew on the travel- to instruct to please Field, Mrs. E. M. ner, 1892, p. 186-214. The child and his book. London, Wells Gard- LIBRARY SERVICE FOR CHILDREN 18 wrote many books himself and persuaded ers' tales current, his friends to help him. There is every reason to believe that Goody was written by Oliver Goldsmith Two Shoes for Newbery's use. It appeared in many editions and in several forms, The edition printed in 1766 was illustrated by crude cuts.