Fairy & Folk Tales: Modern Juvenile Fairy & Folk Collections. Includes modern written fairy tale collections, modern 19th c author collections (Grimm, Andersen, Asbjornsen, Perrault, etc) and theme based collections. Does not include Myths, Fables, and Legends, a related term.
Tales collected from the Indians and translated from the Portuguese, which give a vivid picture of traditional life.
Stories of magic, old and new, involving everyday things looked at afresh and stirred "widdershins."
A group of Uttley's tales, chosen from the range of her work by Lucy Meredith and published on the centenary of Uttley's birth.
Scottish or English folktales from the author's home region. Jip and the Witch of Walgrave, Moorachug and Mennachug; The Princess who wanted to play with the Stars; The White Pet; Childe Rowland and the King of Elfland; Peregrine and the Redman of Rockingham Forest; The Laidley Worm of Spindlestone Heugh; the Ji-jaller Bag; Yound Pollard and the Brawn of Bishop Auckland; Mary-Ann and the Cauld Lad of Hylton; The Well of the Word's End; Jonas and the Boggart of Brixworth.
NOTE: This book has been SOLD.
Ten long tales told to a caravan of rich merchants as they travelled across the desert. By a master 19th c storyteller. Please note: THIS BOOK HAS BEEN SOLD
With an introduction by M. de P. Webb, December 1924, when recent finds at Mohenjo Daro lent an extra excitement to Sindh tales. An uncommon original edition of a book which has been reissued, most recently as Folk Tales of Sindh & Gujarat, 2000. NOTE: This Book has been sold.
Old stories retold for child visitors, full of the colour of Cornwall: (title story), Giant of St. Michael's Mount, Bobby Griglans, Pisky Threshers, Fairy Widower, Knockers (tin mine fairies), Copper Mermaid, Spriggan of St. Ives, Lead Shot Tower.
Songs and stories transcribed and edited, with music by Hewitt Pantaleoni.
The Boy and the Little Badger, Ko-chan Who Rode a Shrike, The Woodpecker and the Soap Bubbles, Sae-chan's "Road of Time", The Golden Thread and the Rainbow, How Far Does the Wax-Stone Road Go, White Bonnet Hill.