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Petsetilla's Posy: A Fairy Tale for Young and Oldby Tom HoodThe classic 1871 fairy tale and fantasy literature for children with the stories of princess's adventure and the king with beautiful drawing illustrations.Chapter I: The birth of the princessChapter II: King Rumti's statueChapter III: The princess's christeningChapter IV: King Bungo's measuresChapter V: PetsetillaPetsetilla's Posy: A Fairy Tale for Young and Oldby Tom HoodThe classic 1871 fairy tale and fantasy literature for children with the stories of princess's adventure and the king with beautiful drawing illustrations.Chapter I: The birth of the princessChapter II: King Rumti's statueChapter III: The princess's christeningChapter IV: King Bungo's measuresChapter V: Petsetilla's youth, and Bungo's bothersChapter VI: A declaration of war, and battle royalChapter VII: Remsky in rapturesChapter VIII: How the posy changed handsChapter IX: War declaredChapter X: Of the peace congress and bootinterChapter XI: The invasion and investmentChapter XII: The assaultChapter XIII: The routChapter XIV: Raggatti a reformerChapter XV: Rumti RedivivusChapter XVI: How it all came right in the endChapter XVIII: The last news of the Posy**This eBook has all graphics of a high quality of scanned document and eligible as good format.**All Pictures and Texts are original re-scanned from the original hardcover book....

Title : Petsetilla's Posy: A Fairy Tale for Young and Old (With Fifty Illustrations)
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Number of Pages : 189 Pages
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Petsetilla's Posy: A Fairy Tale for Young and Old (With Fifty Illustrations) Reviews

  • Wreade1872
    2018-11-13 23:00

    Fairytale comedy. Who knew people were already making fun of fairytale tropes as early as the 1870's! Thats not to say it just grabs a bunch of fairytales and mashes them together. It rather builds its own unique world which just happens to collide with some of the better known fairytale ones.I will say some of its political satire while funny is definitely too highbrow for the kids of today and probably the kids of the 1870's too i'd imagine.An interesting and fun read for older fans of things like 'Once Upon A Time', Shrek, Terry Pratchett etc.