5 edition of Scandinavian folktales found in the catalog.
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|Statement||translated and edited by Jacqueline Simpson.|
|Series||Penguin folklore library|
|LC Classifications||GR205 .S24 1988|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||241 p. :|
|Number of Pages||241|
|LC Control Number||89167528|
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Troll (Norwegian and Swedish), trolde (Danish) is a designation for several types of human-like supernatural beings in Scandinavian folklore. They are mentioned in the Edda () as a monster with many heads. Later, trolls became characters in fairy tales, legends and ballads. Buy a cheap copy of Scandinavian Folktales (Penguin Folklore book. Free shipping over $ Buy a cheap copy of Scandinavian Folktales (Penguin Folklore book. Free shipping over $ We personally assess every book's quality and offer rare, out-of-print treasures. We deliver the joy of reading in % recyclable packaging with free.
Picture book • Ages 4 & up. Aaron Shepard is the award-winning author of The Baker’s Dozen, The Sea King’s Daughter, The Monkey King, and many more children’s books, while his Web site is known internationally as a prime resource for folktales, storytelling, and reader’s theater. Once a professional storyteller, Aaron specializes in. Norwegian folk tales and fairy tales from Asbjørnsen and Moe's collection.
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Nordic Tales is a collection of 16 traditional tales from the enchanting world of Nordic folklore. Nordic Tales will enthrall fans of fairytales and captivate those interested in the rich history of Nordic culture.
The Amazon Book Review Author interviews, book /5(40). Packed with action, intrigue, trickery, and love, A CHILD'S INTRODUCTION TO NORSE MYTHOLOGY acquaints kids with the original North Germanic and Scandinavian folklore behind characters like Thor and Loki, plus other gods, goddesses, giants, dwarves, and more.
The newest Scandinavian folktales book. Scandinavian Folktales (Penguin Folklore Library) Paperback – July 1, by Caroline Gowdy (Illustrator), Jacqueline Simpson (Translator) out of 5 stars 2 ratings. See all formats and editions Hide other formats and editions.
Price 5/5(1). Her publications include Folklore of Sussex, Folklore of the Welsh Borders, and Scandinavian Folktales. been Honorary Librarian of the Folklore Society for the last 15 years. He is the author of Mumming Plays in Oxfordshire and has compiled the Index to the Journal Folklore Folk-lore and Legends: Scandinavia.
Notes: This book features folktales from the Isle of Rugen (Germany), Sweden, Denmark, Norway and the Northern Sagas and Eddas.
Contains 28 Scandinavian folktales. Author: Charles John Tibbitts. Scandinavian Folklore Scandinavian folklore Norse mythology Norwegian Folktales Scandinavian folktales book (folklore) Danish folklore Strandhögg Longship Sea-King Amlaíb Cenncairech Sweyn Asleifsson Asmund Berserkers-Slayer Thorvald Asvaldsson Berle-Kari Bjarni Herjólfsson Bjørn (floruit –58) Björn Stallare Bernard the Dane Death in Norse paganism.
Read Scandinavian fairy tales from famous authors like Hans Christian Andersen. Browse full list of Scandinavian fairy tales. About: Scandinavian folklore includes tales from Norway, Sweden and Denmark, as well as, to some extent, Iceland and the Faroe Islands.
These lands all share a Germanic heritage, and within their folk tales the same races of gods, goddesses. Author and illustrator Johan Egerkrans presents what he regards as the most important – and most fascinating – Scandinavian folkloric beings.
This richly illustrated, well-informed collection, a bestseller in Swedish, is now available in /5. About: Nordic folk tales share regional and cultural characteristics. They include folklore and fairy tales from Northern European countries, such as Denmark, Finland, Iceland, Norway, Sweden and their associated territories.
Scottish Folklore Anthologies. An Illustrated Treasury of Scottish Folk and Fairy Tales by Theresa Breslin. I love this oversized book with its gorgeous illustrations. Collections are great for kids who want to get a comprehensive view of the folklore. This is a gorgeously illustrated book for those who already know and love these stories, as well as for those who have yet to discover Scandinavian folklore with deep roots in Viking Age culture.
A definitive work for readers of all ages. Johan Egerkrans’ collection of creatures from the Scandinavian folklore has become a crossover phenomenon. Vaesen, Spirits and Monsters of Scandinavian Folklore Collected and Illustrated by Johan Egerkrans. This beautifully illustrated page hard back book is a most thorough guide to the folkloric creatures of Scandinavia, divided into chapters on Nature Spirits, Familiars, Shapeshifters, Ghosts of the Dead, and Monsters.
Unlike the dwarves, the elves are believed to be graceful, ethereal beings. According to Nordic folklore, elves live in meadows and forests. Although generally depicted as peaceful creatures (and often portrayed as good in modern media), there are some Scandinavian tales in which elves are the perpetrators of wicked : Dhwty.
A picture book list of Scandinavian folktales for kids including Norwegian myths, Swedish folklore and legends from the Norse countries and traditions. Stay safe and healthy. Please practice hand-washing and social distancing, and check out our resources for adapting to.
Swedish Folktales and Legends is a diverse and representative collection of stories from Sweden’s centuries-old folklore g from the ribald to the romantic, from the rustic to the mythical, these are lively translations of tales drawn from unique sources including the Swedish National Folklore Archives and numerous private collections, while the humorous.
Scandinavian folktales Item Preview remove-circle Internet Archive Language English Volume p.: 24 cm Translated from the Icelandic, Norwegian, Danish, and Swedish Internet Archive Books.
Uploaded by stationcebu on February 1, SIMILAR ITEMS (based on metadata) Pages: The Scandinavian Folklore consists of a huge variety of creatures, good or evil, which have frightened people for centuries.
They were often meant to scare children, but even today they are essential and important to the modern northern society. In the 's, something changed in the way common Scandinavians saw themselves and their culture.
The Germanic peoples are of Northern European origin. They are identified by their use of the Germanic languages and similar culture. The collection of Germanic folktales consists of nine books with folktales: 28 Scandinavian folktales, 40 German folktales, English folktales, 21 Dutch folktales, 15 Norwegian folktales and 28 Swedish folktales.
Trolls and troll-like figures are present in many fantasy and fairy tales books. You surely remember the three trolls (of the jötar type) that Bilbo Baggins had trouble with in The there was the giant cave troll in the mine of Moria Frodo later struggled with in Lord of the trolls are stupid, ugly, and dangerous and turn into stone when exposed to Reviews: Genre/Form: Illustrated wrappers (book covers) Paperbacks: Additional Physical Format: Online version: Scandinavian folktales.
London, England ; New York, N.Y., USA. P. Chr. Asbjörnsen — Many of the folktales were collected by this guy in the mid- to lates.; Bergtagning — This is the term for when people are kidnapped by the huldre-folk, literally "taking into the mountain".
This was sometimes done with a motive, but often not. Black Book — Also known as Cyprianus, it is the textbook of the Black School at Wittenburg, the book from which .D’AULAIRES’ BOOK OF NORWEGIAN FOLKTALES By Ingri and Edwin Parin d’Aulaire A collection of twenty-one classic Norwegian folktales from the authors who wrote and illustrated Ola, Leif the Lucky, and Children of the Northlights.
First printed inthis selection of timeless stories returns to enchant audiences all over again.In both of these folktales evil has been done and a way to defeat it must be found. The first is a story from the forests of Guatemala, in which one bloody murder leads to another.
Can Juanantes break the chain of violence? Or must it continue? The second story is a Scandinavian tale set in the ice world of the gods.