The Key of the Kingdom: A Book of Stories and Poems for Children
This is a classic, much-loved collection of stories, legends, fairy tales, fables, and poems for young children from seven to nine. The authors range from Shakespeare, and Robert Herrick through Blake, Keats, Tennyson, Walter de la Mare, and anonymous authors of folk tales and old carols, All were chosen because of their ability to fill the heart and mind with their rhythms, words, and images.
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Alfred Lord Tennyson Alleluia asked ball of crystal Bashtchelik Beast beautiful began birds bless blossoms Bridget bright Brothers Grimm castle child Christ cloak cried Czar dark Date Palm daughter day with thankful door Dragon King Dughall Eagle earth Echoing Green eldest eyes fairies Falcon King farmer father flower gold golden green grey seals Gubbio head heard hearts and say heaven hump Jack lamb Legend light lived looked Lord Lusmore maiden Mary morning mother mountain night Offero once palace poor prince princess returned round Rudolf Steiner Rushes Saint Francis Saint Kevin saucer of silver Scottish Folk Tale Selkie sheep shepherd boy shining sing this day sisters sleep Sleepers awake song spring stars stood sweet thee Thou Michael took town trees violet walking wife William Blake William Shakespeare wind wolf woman wonder