Call Number: LU PZ8 L15 Bl 1889
Written by Andrew Lang, The Blue Fairy Book contains fairy tales from around the world that Lang compiled. Many of them, such as "Beauty and the Beast," "Cinderella," "Little Red Riding Hood," "Hansel and Gretel," "Aladdin and the Wonderful Lamp," and so on, are now easily recognizable.
This is a first edition published in 1889.
Call Number: AP201.S3
St. Nicholas Magazine was a periodical published for children in the late 1800s and early 1900s. Issues were released monthly and contained stories and illustrations for various age groups. Several notable authors, such as Mark Twain and Louisa May Alcott, were contributors, and The Jungle Book and A Little Princess got their start in St. Nicholas as serial series.
UNCC has multiple volumes of St. Nicholas.
Call Number: LU PZ7 D664 H31
Written by Mary Mapes Dodge, a children's author who also served as editor for the magazine St. Nicholas. Hans Brinker: or, the Silver Skates was first written in 1865. At that time, most works of children's literature were meant to simply teach some moral lesson. However, Hans Brinker integrated its message into the plot of the story and was also meant to entertain the reader.
Created in 1932, this copy includes a colored illustration pasted on the front cover and illustrated endpapers and title page.