|Statement||selected and retold by Ruth Bryan Owen; illustrations by Emma Brock.|
|Contributions||Brock, Emma L. 1886- illus.|
|LC Classifications||PZ8.1.O86 Pi|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||viii, p., 1 l., 109 p.|
|Number of Pages||109|
|LC Control Number||39027753|
Nordic Tales is a collection of 16 traditional tales from the enchanting world of Nordic folklore. Translated and transcribed by folklorists in the 19th century, these stories are at once magical, hilarious, cozy, and chilling. Welcome to a world of mystical adventure—where trolls haunt the snowy forests, terrifying monsters roam the open sea, a young woman journeys to the end of the world /5(40). Nordic Tales by Chronicle Books and illustrated by Ulla Thynell is a beautiful collection of 17 folk tales from Norway, Sweden, Finland, Iceland, and Denmark. Every tale varies in length, but most are fairly quick and easy to read. The book is divided into three sections: Transformation, Wit, and Journeys/5. 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 lands all share a Germanic heritage, and within their folk tales the same races of gods, goddesses, and mythical beings like. This book is good for children because it collects folk tales from all over the world. Your child will enjoy old favorites and lesser known tales such as Hans in Luck, The Origin of Rubies and The Good Children. Rated highly from customers who note that it covers some great tales, the book .
Best Scandinavian and Nordic Literature Any literature written at any time, from Sweden, Finland, Iceland, Denmark or Norway (i.e. by authors of these nationalities, who wrote originally in the languages of those countries) - not books about Nordic countries or literature). The most read and third most translated work in the world, half of the novella’s charm comes from the simple line and watercolour drawings drawn The Little Prince’s author, Antoine de Saint-Exupéry. The image of the Little Prince standing on his tiny planet alone amongst suns and stars is one of the most famous in all of children’s literature, but all of the images are beautiful, simple. All art by. Simon Stålenhag. TV, film and book rights: [email protected] The body of stories that we today call “Norse mythology” formed one of the centerpieces of the pagan Norse religion. These are the tales that Viking poets recited in dimly lit halls to the captivated attendees of grand feasts, and which fathers and mothers told to their children around roaring hearth-fires on long winter nights. Continue reading Tales →.
10 must-read Swedish books We, the editors of , have put together our top 10 Swedish books for you. Ten tales of love, horror, humour . 10 Most Famous Scandinavian Folklore Tales and Creatures Scandinavian folklore was born from a fear of nature. The unknown depths of the fjords, the unscaled mountains, the dark northern forests anything strange or unknown was open to speculation of sea monsters, evil spirits or mighty gods. To keep this list of books set in Scandinavia short and sweet I’ve included just ten titles per country; covering a mixture of genres and styles; from classics through to contemporary novels. The books are related to the countries in various ways – are set there, reflect the local culture or . This is George Dasent's classic collection of Scandinavian folklore. This is not about Norse mythology per se; so if you are looking for tales of Odin, Loki, and Freya etc., you will have to look , this is an anthology of folk tales, similar to the Grimm Brothers, or Campbell's Popular Tales of the West of the usual suspects are in place, including giants, trolls.