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Iron Hans

Iron Hans by Jacob Grimm, illustrated by Marilee Heyer

The classic fairy tale, retold with pleasant illustrations.

 A king captures a wild man in the woods where everyone has been vanishing, and the wild man tricks the prince into freeing him, and carries him off, but does mean him well.  
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