Stories illustrated by Maud Hunt Squire

4 stories

Devapala

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Devapala came to a river swollen by the flood and very hard to ford. On the other side of the river he saw floating an image of Jina. Now no good Hindu would let an image of Jina be tossed about in the rushing river.

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Little Toe Bone

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The big, big Tiger came out of the jungle and said, ‘Well, little boy, shall I eat you or all of your sheep?’

South AsiaIndia

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The Magic Fiddle

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The poor little girl had all the cooking, cleaning, and serving to do for all seven brothers and all their seven wives as well.

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The Wonderful Garden of Dreams

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Early in the morning she had to get up to milk the cow, clean and polish everything in the house, and prepare breakfast for her father.

South AsiaIndia

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