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Tom Thumb

Material Information

Title:
Tom Thumb
Series Title:
Father Tuck's "play and pleasure" series
Creator:
Floyd, Grace C
Raphael Tuck & Sons ( Publisher )
Place of Publication:
London
Paris
Publisher:
Raphael Tuck & Sons
Publication Date:
Language:
English
Physical Description:
[8] p. : ;

Subjects

Subjects / Keywords:
Fairy tales -- 1900 ( rbgenr )
Bldn -- 1900
Genre:
Fairy tales ( rbgenr )
fiction ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage:
United States -- New York -- New York
England -- London
France -- Paris
Germany -- Berlin
Canada -- Montreal
Target Audience:
juvenile ( marctarget )

Notes

General Note:
Cover title.
General Note:
Imprint also notes publisher's location in Berlin, New York, and Montreal.
General Note:
Adapted by Grace C. Floyd.
Funding:
Father Tuck's "play & pleasure" series.

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Source Institution:
University of Florida
Holding Location:
University of Florida
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Resource Identifier:
028919434 ( ALEPH )
28031026 ( OCLC )
AJP1821 ( NOTIS )

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TOM THUMB. —

MAdY. many years ago, in a little cottage, lived a plough-
man and his wife. : :

One day an.old man came wandering through the village,
he knocked at the ploughman’s door and asked if he might
‘rest a little while. The ploughman placed a chair for him, and
the good wife fetched a bowl of milk and a slice of bread.
When the old man was refreshed he thanked the worthy couple
: and asked them what they most desired. ‘Oh,’ said they, —



= = we _have no children, if we only had a

5s



= _ son, even as smat! as a thumb,
we should be happy.” The
guest, when he left,





called a fairy to his
aid, and not long
= _after a little baby
boy was given to
the : ploughman and



his wife, a little tiny







boy only as long as his Father's
thumb, and he was named by the
fairy, Tom Thumb. His parents

were very fond of him, but, as



he never grew any bigger, they Kailas oe
were anxious lest any harm should A
happen to him. a FZ ce

One day his Mother was mak- aaa
ing a batter pudding, when her little son clambered up the
‘basin and tumbled in head foremost, she did’ not notice —
this accident and put the pudding on to boil. But Tom
began to kick and struggle, and his Mother hearing the
commotion thought the pudding must be bewitched and
gave it to a travelling tinker who happened to pass by.
He carried it for some little time but Tom again began
to kick and call out, and the tinker was so much frightened
- that he threw away the pudding and ran. The fall broke the
- basin, so Tom crept out and went home. Another day Tom’s
“Mother tied him to a thistle, and a cow gobbled up thistle,
Tom and all. He began to jump about in her mouth, and she

quickly put him out. Tom sometimes took a straw and went







with his Father to help him drive the plough. One day he fell

into a furrow and a raven picked him up with a grain of corn.

He was carried over the sea and dropped near a big Castle.



The Giant Grumbo, who lived there, was asleep on the terrace,
and Tom hid himself up his sleeve; this tickled the Giant and

he gave such a jump, that Tom was thrown far aut to sea, where



a fish swallowed him. This
fish ae coer by a man,
and it, being a fine one, was
taken to the King’s Palace.
As the cook cut it open,

Tom Thumb popped out his



head and, seeing what a
pretty little fellow he was, the cook. took him to the King who
kept him and became very fond of him. He was allowed to visit
his parents and fake as much money with him as he could. The
poor little man could only carry a threepenny bit, and that
made him very tired and ill, but his Mother nursed him up and
then took him back to the King’s Court. There he was made a
great deal of, and he got so much excited that a was again ill,

and this time the Queen of the




Fairies took him to her country —
till he was 2 |
uite strong, S :
2 : . aw =
then she blew him gently 4
back to the Paiace, but,

unhappily, just as the cook







was coming along with a bewl of soup
for the King, poor Tom went splash
into that, and so suddenly that the
splendid bowl fell and smashed.
Then the poor little fellow was
punished, he had nothing to eat and
e¥ drink but bread and water and was

imprisoned in a mousetrap, but after



a while the King forgave him and
one day when Tom had been amusing him he told him to
kneel on his hand. Then he gave him a little pat with his
sword and said ‘Rise up, Sir Tom Thumb.” So after that,
Tom was always called Sty Tom, and he was very proud and

happy, for the King gave him too, a white mouse to ride.

Once he was out riding, when an

a big cat attacked the mouse, = "Dy |

and Tom fought till some one ‘Nae
St

came and drove the fierce oS Oe ae

animal away. Another day



when the Queen was ver =. s
Q y = x ——

angry with Tom, he hid in a





na Snail shell



a snail shell.





Presently he
peeped out and
“seeing a butterfly,

he mounted on its
back, Sar having no
saddle nor bridle, fell off
and was again put in

prison. This time a cat











let him out. A short
while afterwards a dread-

ful spider caught hold of =

Tom, and though he got free and fought bravely he was poisoned:
by the spider's breath and was so ill, that the Queen of the Fairies
again took him away to her beautiful country where there were
0 angry Queens, nor heavy money and no cruel spiders.

nd the fairies all loved him and ae care of him, so
ir Tom made up his i 2 stay with them, and no mortal
ver saw him again. And thus ended the strange adventures

f Tom Thumb.
i Grace C. Floyd,







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describe
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describe
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describe
Invalid character
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Invalid character
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describe
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xml resolution


UNTEARABLE. LINEN


TOM THUMB. —

MAdY. many years ago, in a little cottage, lived a plough-
man and his wife. : :

One day an.old man came wandering through the village,
he knocked at the ploughman’s door and asked if he might
‘rest a little while. The ploughman placed a chair for him, and
the good wife fetched a bowl of milk and a slice of bread.
When the old man was refreshed he thanked the worthy couple
: and asked them what they most desired. ‘Oh,’ said they, —



= = we _have no children, if we only had a

5s



= _ son, even as smat! as a thumb,
we should be happy.” The
guest, when he left,





called a fairy to his
aid, and not long
= _after a little baby
boy was given to
the : ploughman and



his wife, a little tiny

boy only as long as his Father's
thumb, and he was named by the
fairy, Tom Thumb. His parents

were very fond of him, but, as



he never grew any bigger, they Kailas oe
were anxious lest any harm should A
happen to him. a FZ ce

One day his Mother was mak- aaa
ing a batter pudding, when her little son clambered up the
‘basin and tumbled in head foremost, she did’ not notice —
this accident and put the pudding on to boil. But Tom
began to kick and struggle, and his Mother hearing the
commotion thought the pudding must be bewitched and
gave it to a travelling tinker who happened to pass by.
He carried it for some little time but Tom again began
to kick and call out, and the tinker was so much frightened
- that he threw away the pudding and ran. The fall broke the
- basin, so Tom crept out and went home. Another day Tom’s
“Mother tied him to a thistle, and a cow gobbled up thistle,
Tom and all. He began to jump about in her mouth, and she

quickly put him out. Tom sometimes took a straw and went

with his Father to help him drive the plough. One day he fell

into a furrow and a raven picked him up with a grain of corn.

He was carried over the sea and dropped near a big Castle.



The Giant Grumbo, who lived there, was asleep on the terrace,
and Tom hid himself up his sleeve; this tickled the Giant and

he gave such a jump, that Tom was thrown far aut to sea, where
a fish swallowed him. This
fish ae coer by a man,
and it, being a fine one, was
taken to the King’s Palace.
As the cook cut it open,

Tom Thumb popped out his



head and, seeing what a
pretty little fellow he was, the cook. took him to the King who
kept him and became very fond of him. He was allowed to visit
his parents and fake as much money with him as he could. The
poor little man could only carry a threepenny bit, and that
made him very tired and ill, but his Mother nursed him up and
then took him back to the King’s Court. There he was made a
great deal of, and he got so much excited that a was again ill,

and this time the Queen of the




Fairies took him to her country —
till he was 2 |
uite strong, S :
2 : . aw =
then she blew him gently 4
back to the Paiace, but,

unhappily, just as the cook

was coming along with a bewl of soup
for the King, poor Tom went splash
into that, and so suddenly that the
splendid bowl fell and smashed.
Then the poor little fellow was
punished, he had nothing to eat and
e¥ drink but bread and water and was

imprisoned in a mousetrap, but after



a while the King forgave him and
one day when Tom had been amusing him he told him to
kneel on his hand. Then he gave him a little pat with his
sword and said ‘Rise up, Sir Tom Thumb.” So after that,
Tom was always called Sty Tom, and he was very proud and

happy, for the King gave him too, a white mouse to ride.

Once he was out riding, when an

a big cat attacked the mouse, = "Dy |

and Tom fought till some one ‘Nae
St

came and drove the fierce oS Oe ae

animal away. Another day



when the Queen was ver =. s
Q y = x ——

angry with Tom, he hid in a


na Snail shell
a snail shell.





Presently he
peeped out and
“seeing a butterfly,

he mounted on its
back, Sar having no
saddle nor bridle, fell off
and was again put in

prison. This time a cat











let him out. A short
while afterwards a dread-

ful spider caught hold of =

Tom, and though he got free and fought bravely he was poisoned:
by the spider's breath and was so ill, that the Queen of the Fairies
again took him away to her beautiful country where there were
0 angry Queens, nor heavy money and no cruel spiders.

nd the fairies all loved him and ae care of him, so
ir Tom made up his i 2 stay with them, and no mortal
ver saw him again. And thus ended the strange adventures

f Tom Thumb.
i Grace C. Floyd,