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When an acorn hits her on the head, Chicken Little believes the sky is falling down and runs to tell the King and everyone she meets along the way.
Leopard offers a special prize to the one who can count all of his beautiful spots, and is disappointed to find that many animals cannot count.
When hard-working animals complain to "the magic desert watcher" about camel's laziness, the watcher agrees to make things more fair.
Retells some of the legends of John Henry, an African-American hero who raced against a steam drill to lay railroad tracks on a mountain.
Born with a hammer in his hand, John Henry was destined to become a steel-driving legend. As a young man, he makes his mark on the American railroads, ...
Relates episodes from the life of Johnny Appleseed, a peaceful man who roamed the West for fifty years planting and tending to the trees that bore his favorite ...
Little Johnny Appleseed had a big heart, and even bigger dreams. The young boy hoped to one day spread his love of apples by planting apple seeds across the ...
The little red hen finds none of the lazy barnyard animals willing to help her plant, harvest, or grind wheat into flour, but all are eager to eat the bread ...
Relates some of the legends of Paul Bunyan, a lumberjack said to be taller than the trees.
Relates some of the legends of Pecos Bill, a cowboy who was raised by wild animals, once roped a whole herd of cattle at once, and invented Texas chili.
Tossed from a wagon and raised by coyotes, Pecos Bill had a strange childhood to say the least. As he grows up, this Texas-sized cowboy wrestles with wolves, ...
The Pied Piper pipes a village free of rats, and when the villagers refuse to pay him for the service he pipes away their children as well.
The legendary woodsman Paul Bunyan was the biggest man who ever lived. He had wagon wheels for shirt buttons, and his axe took an entire town a whole month to ...
Describes the adventures and experiences of Daniel Boone, a talented hunter and woodsman who helped explore the American West.
A freshly baked gingerbread man escapes when he is taken out of the oven and eludes a number of pursuers until he meets a clever fox.
Provides the story of Annie Oakley, and explains how she became a sharp shooter and some of the adventures she went on.
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