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Teeny-Tiny

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  1. The Ass, the Table and the Stick ----
  2. Binnorie ----
  3. Cap o' Rushes ----
  4. The Cat and the Mouse ----
  5. The Cauld Lad of Hilton ----
  6. Childe Rowland ----
  7. Earl Mar's Daughter ----
  8. Fairy Ointment ----
  9. The Fish and the Ring ----
  10. The Golden Arm ----
  11. Henny-Penny ----
  12. Jack and the Beanstalk ----
  13. Jack the Giant Killer ----
  14. JACK AND HIS GOLDEN SNUFF-BOX ----
  15. Jack Hannaford ----
  16. Johnny-Cake ----
  17. Kate Crackernuts ----
  18. The Laidly Worm of ----
  19. Lazy Jack ----
  20. The Magpie's Nest ----
  1. Master of All Masters ----
  2. The Master And His Pupil ----
  3. Molly Whuppie ----
  4. Mr Fox ----
  5. Mr Miacca ----
  6. Mr Vinegar ----
  7. Nix Nought Nothing ----
  8. The Old Woman and Her Pig ----
  9. The Red Ettin ----
  10. The Rose Tree ----
  11. Teeny-Tiny ----
  12. The Story of the Three Bears ----
  13. The Three Heads of the Well ----
  14. The Story of the Three Little Pigs ----
  15. The Three Sillies ----
  16. Titty Mouse and Tatty Mouse ----
  17. The History of Tom Thumb ----
  18. Tom Tit Tot ----
  19. The Well of the World's End ----
  20. Whittington and his Cat ----
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ONCE upon a time there was a teeny-tiny woman who lived in a teeny-tiny house in a teeny-tiny village.

Now, one day this teeny-tiny woman put on her teeny-tiny bonnet, and went out of her teeny-tiny house to take a teeny-tiny walk.

And when this teeny-tiny woman had gone a teeny-tiny way, she came to a teeny-tiny gate; so the teeny-tiny woman opened the teeny-tiny gate, and went into a teeny-tiny churchyard.

And when this teeny-tiny woman had got into the teeny-tiny churchyard, she saw a teeny-tiny bone on a teeny-tiny grave, and the teeny-tiny woman said to her teeny-tiny self, This teeny-tiny bone will make me some teeny-tiny soup for my teeny-tiny supper.

So the teeny-tiny woman put the teeny-tiny bone into her teeny-tiny pocket, and went home to her teeny-tiny house.

Now, when the teeny-tiny woman got home to her teeny-tiny house, she was a teeny-tiny bit tired; so she went up her teeny-tiny stairs to her teeny-tiny bed, and put the teeny-tiny bone into a teeny-tiny cupboard.

And when this teeny-tiny woman had been to sleep a teeny-tiny time, she was awakened by a teeny-tiny voice from the teeny-tiny cupboard, which said:

Give me my bone!

And this teeny-tiny woman was a teeny-tiny frightened, so she hid her teeny-tiny head under the teeny-tiny clothes and went to sleep again.

And when she had been to sleep again a teeny-tiny time, the teeny-tiny voice again cried out from the teeny-tiny cupboard a teeny-tiny louder,

Give me my bone!

This made the teeny-tiny woman a teeny-tiny more frightened, so she hid her teeny-tiny head a teeny-tiny further under the teeny-tiny clothes.

And when the teeny-tiny woman had been to sleep again a teeny-tiny time, the teeny-tiny voice from the teeny-tiny cupboard said again a teeny-tiny louder,

Give me my bone!

And this teeny-tiny woman was a teeny-tiny bit more frightened, but she put her teeny-tiny head out of the teeny tiny clothes, and said in her loudest teeny-tiny voice, TAKE IT!


The End.

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