Fillmore. Czechoslovak Tales

Today's free book is Shoemaker's Apron — A Second Book of Czechoslovak Fairy Tales and Folk Tales by Parker Fillmore. For the table of contents, check at the bottom of this post below the image. The illustrations are by Jan Matulka.

The book is available at Project Gutenberg, Internet Archive, Hathi Trust, and Google Books. You can get a free Kindle ebook from Amazon too!

Table of Contents

The Twelve Months: The Story of Marushka and the Wicked Holena
Zlatovlaska the Golden-haired: The Story of Yirik and the Snake
The Shepherd's Nosegay: The Story of the Princess Who Learned to say "Please"
Vitazko the Victorious: The Story of a Hero Whose Mother Loved a Dragon
Five Nursery Tales:
I  Kuratko the Terrible: The Story of an Ungrateful Chick
II  Smolicheck: The Story of a Little Boy Who Opened the Door
III  Budulinek: The Story of Another Little Boy Who Opened the Door
IV  The Dear Little Hen: The Story of a Rooster that Cheated
V  The Disobedient Rooster: The Story of Another Little Hen
The Nickerman's Wife: The Story of Lidushka and the Imprisoned Doves
Batcha and the Dragon: The Story of a Shepherd Who Slept all Winter
Clever Manka: The Story of a Girl Who Knew What to Say
The Blacksmith's Stool: The Story of a Man Who Found that Death was Necessary  
A Gullible World: The Story of a Man Who Didn't Beat His Wife
The Candles of Life: The Story of a Child for Whom Death Stood Godmother
The Devil's Gifts: The Story of a Man Whom the Devil Befriended
Gentle Dora: The Story of a Devil Who Married a Scold
The Devil's Match: The Story of a Farmer Who Remembered What His Grandmother Told Him
The Devil's Little Brother-in-law: The Story of a Youth Who Couldn't Find Work
The Shoemaker's Apron: The Story of the Man Who Sits Near the Golden Gate

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