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Baboushka and the Three Kings

Baboushka and the Three Kings.

A Carol: Large figures in blue, red, and yellow-green lithos fill the small pages of this book and, with the beautiful type face, tell the story of Babushka, who declined to accompany the three kings and now searches endlessly for the Christ Child. Please note: THIS BOOK HAS BEEN SOLD

$45.00

 

The Remarkable Christmas of the Cobbler's Sons.

The Remarkable Christmas of the Cobbler's Sons.

A poor cobbler from the Tyrol leaves his sons on Christmas Eve, and they are visited by the legendary King Laurin, in the shape of a greedy old man. Simple earth-coloured pictures of the family's Christmas gift. A modern presentation of this tale by the author of This Way to Christmas, among many other books. Note This book has been sold.

$24.00

 

The Little Good People by Kathleen Foyle, Peter Frazer, ill.

The Little Good People.

Twenty-two Irish legends collected by Kathleen Foyle

$30.00

 

19418 Sir Launcelot and his Companions by Pyle

The Story of Sir Launcelot and His Companions.

The third of Pyle's books on King Arthur tells of the adventures of Sir Launcelot after he became a knight of the king. NOTE: This book has been SOLD.

$90.00

 

Hero Tales from the British Isles.

Companion volume to Tales of the British People. Arthur, Robin Hood; Pwyll and Rhiannon, Bran, Son of Llyr, Taliesin; Finn Mac Cool, Ian Direach, Tam Lin; Deirdre and the Sons of Usna, Cuchulain, the Hound of Ulster, Dermot and Grania. Notes.
This book has been sold

$9.00

 

The Golden Wedge, Indian Legends of South America.

Tales of the Long Long Before, told, compiled, and expanded on by the authors, with an excellent bibliography.

$8.00

 

Zuni Indian Tales by Aileen Nusbaum, Margaret Finnan, ill.

Zuni Indian Tales.

Nusbaum's small son, Deric, was adopted by the Zunis, and as he sat as the feet of the elders of the tribe and listened to tales, she was able to record them.

$45.00

 

Mouse Woman and the Vanished Princesses by Christie Harris, Tait, ill.

Mouse Woman and the Vanished Princesses.

"It was in the days of very long ago, when things were different." Among the narnauks great and small who roamed the Northwest was Mouse Woman, a tidy, proper soul. When the princesses of the people began to disappear, she offered her quiet help. Canadian Library Assoc. Award, IBBY Award.

$12.00

 

Mouse Woman and the Muddleheads by Christie Harris, Tait, ill.

Mouse Woman and the Muddleheads.

"It was in the days of very long ago, when things were different." Among the narnauks great and small who roamed the Northwest was Mouse Woman, a tidy, proper soul who never could stand a muddlehead.

$10.00

 

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