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A mythical tale from the Algonquin Indians of the north-east USA. Winter has become the only season on earth, and the wolf and his friend the fisher go on a mission to release the birds of spring, summer and autumn from the land above. The birds fly back to earth, and the warmth and colour returns.

Folk Tales of the World How Night Came. by Joanna Troughton and Troughton Joanna. Night is kept under the water by the Great Snake, but when his daughter is ill and needs some darkness, he sends her the dark, which is when all the creatures of the night are created.

Make-Believe Tales: A Folk Tale from Burma.

Joanna Troughton, Troughton Joanna. The Wizard Punchkin: A Folk Tale from India (Folk Tales of the World). How Rabbit Stole the Fire: A North American Indian Folk Tale (Puffin Folk Tales of the World). Make-Believe Tales: A Folk Tale from Burma. How Stories Came into the World: A Folk Tale from West Africa (Folk Tales of the World).

Australian Legendary Tales. Notes: Folk-lore of the Noongahburrahs as told to the Piccaninnies. Notes: This book features folktales from the Isle of Rugen (Germany), Sweden, Denmark, Norway and the Northern Sagas and Eddas. Contains 28 Scandinavian folktales. Features 31 Australian folktales. Author: Mrs. K. Langloh Parker Published: 1896 Publisher: David Nutt. 270 - 271, Strand, London; Melville, Mulle & Slade, Melbourne. Author: Charles John Tibbitts Published: 1890 Publisher: W. W. Gibbings, London.

List of Folk Tales : Welcome to the world of folklore. We also have Indian folk tales, known for their magnetic story lines and they frequently come with morals. Welcome to the treasury of Irish fairy, Indian Folktalews and folk tales, brought to you by kidsgen. Immerse in these ancient Irish folk tales and let them transport you to fairyland. These are folk tales from around the world, previously found only in folk tales books. So scroll down, and enjoy your story reading.

World Tales, subtitled "The Extraordinary Coincidence of Stories Told in All Times, in All Places" is a book of 65 folk tales collected by Idries Shah from around the world, mostly from literary sources. Some of the tales are very current, others are less well known. Each story is preceded by a short introduction by the author, giving a brief history of the tale's literary mutations, or remarking on the strange similarities that versions exhibit across great geographical or historical distances

From dragons to devil dogs, from fairies to vampires, history is full of tales of mysterious creatures that haunt the British Isles.

From dragons to devil dogs, from fairies to vampires, history is full of tales of mysterious creatures that haunt the British Isles.

There is an interesting narration to tell how African Folk Tales were born. One day a sheep ran against the door of the house where the mouse lived

There is an interesting narration to tell how African Folk Tales were born. The African people say : The mouse goes everywhere into rich people's houses and into the poorest people's houses, too. In the old days the mouse made stories from all that she saw. Stories were her children. Each story-child had its dress - white, blue, red, green and black. The stories lived in her house and did everything for her. One day a sheep ran against the door of the house where the mouse lived.


How Night Came: A Folk Tale from the Amazon (Folk Tales of the World S.) download epub
Fairy Tales Folk Tales & Myths
Author: Joanna Troughton
ISBN: 0216918790
Category: Children's Books
Subcategory: Fairy Tales Folk Tales & Myths
Language: English
Publisher: Blackie Children's Books (September 1, 1986)
Pages: 32 pages