Children's Classic Stories



Children's Classics in Dramatic Form is intended to accomplish three distinct purposes: first, to arouse a greater interest in oral reading; second, to develop an expressive voice - sadly lacking in the case of most Americans; and third, to give freedom and grace in the bodily attitudes and movements which are involved in reading and speaking.

The stories given are for the most part adaptations of favorite tales from folklore,--Andersen, Grimm, Aesop, and the Arabian Nights having been freely drawn upon.

Introducing... "Children's Classics"

Here's what you can get inside this guide:

The Travellers And The Hatchet
The Old Man And His Grandson
The Crow And The Fox
The Miller, His Son, And Their Donkey
Each In His Own Place
What The Goodman Does Is Always Right
The Cat And The Mouse
The Girl Who Trod On The Loaf
The Ugly Duckling
The Red Shoes

The Story of Ali Cogia
The Wild Swans
The Two Countrymen
The Man And The Alligator
The Song In The Heart
The Emperor’s Test
Christopher Columbus