Tolstoy. Fables for Children

Today's free book is Fables for Children by Leo Tolstoy, in The Complete Works, Volume 12, translated by Leo Wiener. For the table of contents, check at the bottom of this post below the image.

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

Aesop's Fables
The Ant and the Dove
The Turtle and the Eagle
The Polecat
The Lion and the Mouse
The Liar
The Ass and the Horse
The Jackdaw and the Doves
The Woman and the Hen
The Lion, the Bear, and the Fox
The Dog, the Cock, and the Fox
The Horse and the Groom
The Frog and the Lion
The Grasshopper and the Ants
The Hen and the Golden Eggs
The Ass in the Lion's Skin
The Hen and the Swallow
The Stag and the Fawn
The Fox and the Grapes
The Maids and the Cock
The Fisherman and the Fish
The Fox and the Goat
The Dog and Her Shadow
The Crane and the Stork
The Gardener and His Sons
The Wolf and the Crane
The Hares and the Frogs
The Father and His Sons
The Fox
The Wild Ass and the Tame Ass
The Stag
The Dog and the Wolf
The Gnat and the Lion
The Horse and His Masters
The Old Man and Death
The Lion and the Fox
The Stag and the Vineyard
The Cat and the Mice
The Wolf and the Goat
The Reeds and the Olive-tree
The Two Companions
The Wolf and the Lamb
The Lion, the Wolf, and the Fox
The Lion, the Ass, and the Fox
The Peasant and the Water-sprite
The Raven and the Fox

Adaptations and Imitations of Hindoo Fables 
The Snake's Head and Tail
Fine Thread
The Partition of the Inheritance
The Monkey
The Monkey and the Peas
The Milch Cow
The Duck and the Moon
The Wolf in the Dust
The Mouse Under the Granary
The Best Pears
The Falcon and the Cock
The Jackals and the Elephant
The Heron, the Fishes, and the Crab
The Water-sprite and the Pearl
The Blind Man and the Milk
The Wolf and the Bow
The Birds in the Net
The King and the Falcon
The King and the Elephants
Why There Is Evil in the World
The Wolf and the Hunters
The Two Peasants
The Peasant and the Horse
The Two Horses
The Axe and the Saw
The Dogs and the Cook
The Hare and the Harrier
The Oak and the Hazelbush
The Hen and the Chicks
The Corn-crake and His Mate
The Cow and the Billy Goat
The Fox's Tail

The Foundling  
The Peasant and the Cucumbers  
The Fire  
The Old Horse  
How I Learned to Ride  
The Willow  
Bulka and the Wild Boar  
Milton and Bulka  
The Turtle  
Bulka and the Wolf  
What Happened to Bulka in Pyatigorsk  
Bulka's and Milton's End  
The Gray Hare  
God Sees the Truth, but Does Not Tell at Once  
Hunting Worse than Slavery  
A Prisoner of the Caucasus  

Stories From Physics:
The Magnet  
The Different Connection of Particles  
Injurious Air  
How Balloons Are Made  
The Sun's Heat  
Stories From Zoology:
The Owl and the Hare  
How the Wolves Teach Their Whelps  
Hares and Wolves  
The Scent  
Touch and Sight  
The Silkworm  
Stories From Botany:
The Apple-Tree  
The Old Poplar  
The Bird-Cherry  
How Trees Walk

The Decembrists  
On Popular Education  
What Men Live By  
The Three Hermits  
Neglect the Fire  
The Candle  
The Two Old Men  
Where Love Is, There God Is Also  

The Fiend Persists, but God Resists  
Little Girls Wiser than Old People  
The Two Brothers and the Gold  

A Fairy-Tale about Ivan the Fool  

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