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Anne Anderson did many illustrations for the Annual Wonder series of children's books.

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The Dream Piper

The piper of dreams draws all the children to his side and his music tells them of enchanted lands where music fills the air.
The Dream Piper

The Twelve Brothers

The old women said to her, "Why did you not leave the twelve white flowers? They were your brothers who are now turned into crows."
The Twelve Brothers

The Little Mermaid

The little mermaid watched the ship with the handsome young prince on board and longed to be able to speak to him.
The Little Mermaid

The Little Mermaid

She saw her sisters rise out of the sea, handing her a penknife with which they told her to kill the prince.
The Little Mermaid

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The Shoes Which Were Danced To Pieces

On the lake he saw that there were twelve little boats and in each boat were seated a handsome prince and one of the beautiful sisters.
The Shoes Which Were Danced To Pieces

The Little Match Girl

The poor little girl was sitting under the most beautiful Christmas-tree she had ever seen.
The Little Match Girl

The Miller's Daughter

Suddenly the door opened and into the room stepped a little man, who said, "Good-evening, my child. Why are you weeping so bitterly?">
The Miller's Daughter

The Seven Crows

After a great deal of thinking she hit on a plan, and bending her little finger tried to use it as key.
The Seven Crows

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Mother Elder

In the midst of the tree sat a kind-looking old dame, wearing the strangest dress in the world.
Mother Elder

The House in the Wood

The bed was of ivory, and the curtains of red velvet, an don a stool close by was placed a pair of slippers ornamented with pearls.
The House in the Wood

The Garden of Paradise

The Fairy showed the Prince the Tree of Knowledge. From every leaf there dropped a bright red drop of dew.
The Garden of Paradise

The Snow Queen

Kay's sledge was fastened to one of the white fowls which flew with it on its back.
The Storks

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The Storks

In the street below a number of children were playing together. They began to shout and mock the Storks.
The Storks

Little Ida's Flowers

She hopped upon her three stilts in the middle of the flowers and stamped the floor merrily with her feet.
Little Ida's Flowers

The March-King's Daughter

There sat the Marsh-Kings daughter with no covering but her long black hair.
The March-King's Daughter

The March-King's Daughter

The dragon that guards buried treasure lifted up his head and gazed after the riders.
The March-King's Daughter
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