3 edition of Scottish folk-tales and legends, retold. found in the catalog.
Scottish folk-tales and legends, retold.
Barbara Ker Wilson
|Statement||Illustrated by Joan Kiddell-Monroe.|
|Series||Oxford myths and legends, Oxford books for boys and girls|
|LC Classifications||PZ8.1.W69 Sc|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||207|
|LC Control Number||55014279|
Get this from a library! Scottish folk-tales and legends. [Barbara Ker Wilson; Joan Kiddell-Monroe] -- Thirty-two traditional tales and legends from various parts of Scotland. Get this from a library! Scottish folk-tales and legends. [Barbara Ker Wilson; Joan Kiddell-Monroe] -- Folktales tell the stories of clans, mermaids, castles, fairies, giants, and adventurers.
Scottish folk-tales and legends. [Barbara Ker Wilson] Print book: Fiction: Juvenile audience: EnglishView all editions and formats: Oxford Myths and legends: Responsibility: retold by Barbara Ker Wilson ; illustrated by Joan Kiddell-Monroe. Reviews. User-contributed reviews. Irish lore retold by a master storyteller. The Book of Kells by Edward Sullivan  Scottish Fairy and Folk Tales by Sir George Douglas  Wonder Tales from Scottish Myth and Legend by Donald Alexander Mackenzie  Notes on the Folk-Lore of the North-East of Scotland.
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Great book. I was looking for Scottish folklore for research in my graduate course work. This was a great resource, however there was only a brief statement on authenticity. As this was a research project, I could 5/5(3). I purchased several Scottish and Irish folk tale books last summer, and this book was among my favorites.
The stories are fun to read, full of imagination and creativity. The authenticity I am unaware of. The stories were a great read for retold. book with my youngest child during her school year as a supplement to her English class.5/5. Scottish Folk Tales and Legends by Barbara Ker Wilson and a great selection of related books, Dust Jacket Condition: No Dust Jacket.
Traditional Scottish tales retold by Wilson and illustrated by Joan Kiddell-Monroe. Softcover copy in good shape, with previous owner's inked info. and sticker remnant, front free endpaper.
A wonderful collection of myths legends and folk tales from Scotland. Tales that take you deep in the landscape, history and characters of Scotland's rich folklore tradition. It's a great read, and the authors notes for each story provide interesting context, facts and further reading. Pour your self a single malt, snuggle up and get stuck s: The collection of Celtic folktales consists of nine books with stories: 26 Celtic folktales, English folktales, 38 Irish folktales, 33 Scottish folktales and 24 Welsh folktales.
Finfolk, selkies and the Makers of Dreams. Within these pages are the little-known stories of Scotland, collected and retold by an oral storyteller who performs them throughout the world. From folk-tales and local legends to ancient epics, these Reviews: "Elphin Irving, the Fairies' Cupbearer," in Traditional Tales of the English and Scottish Peasantry by Allan Cunningham () "Wild Robin," in Little Prudy's Fairy Book by Sophie May ().
Mackenzie, Donald A. Wonder Tales from Scottish Myth and Legend. With illustrations bhy John Duncan. London: Blackie and Son, . This digitized book (available in various formats) is presented by the Internet Archive.
Miller, Hugh. Scenes and Legends of the North of Scotland; or, The Traditional History of Cromarty. 2nd edition. London. Scottish Myths & Legends by Daniel Allison. Available April The blue-skinned old woman who made the mountains.
Witches, seal-people and the makers of dreams. Within these pages are the little-known stories of Scotland, collected and retold by an oral storyteller who performs them throughout the. Scottish folk tales circulated through the mouths of peasants, but were welcomed by all.
The folklore of Scotland is a tapestry of culture and history, but more importantly, a portal for the imagination. Charles Tibbits, an editor at W.W. Gibbings, helped compile a collection of 33 tales from Scotland into Folk-Lore and Legends: Scotland.
This is a collection of Scottish folklore which will appeal to all ages. Brownies, Bogles, Kelpies, Mermaids and others, and tales of Witches and of Giants.
While many of the themes are similar to other European folk-tales, this collection emphasizes specifically Scottish aspects of the stories. Seven Scottish folk tales and legends from the Highlands retold.
This is the first in a series of videos exploring Scottish myths, legends and. Here are some of the myths and legends that visitors still hear whispered in the green rolling hills of Scotland.
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Selkie. Gr Breslin retells 11 tales that she heard in childhood and researched in literary sources, featuring a kelpie, a dragon, a brownie, and other figures, some human and some magical.
The collection begins with the repetitive tale of the wee bannock, cousin to the gingerbread man, running down the road and goes on to longer romances and s: Scottish folk-tales and legends.
[Barbara Ker Wilson; Joan Kiddell-Monroe] -- Thirty-three traditional tales and legends from various parts of Scotland. Oxford myths and legends. Responsibility: retold by Barbara Ker Wilson ; illustrated by Joan Kiddell-Monroe.
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The magic of the stories in this book is very powerf /5. Get this from a library. Scottish folk-tales and legends. [Barbara Ker Wilson; Joan Kiddell-Monroe] -- Thirty-three traditional tales and legends from various parts of Scotland.
Because of the movement of people from Ulster to west Scotland, which resulted in close linguistic links between Ulster and the west of Scotland, much of Gaelic mythology was imported to Scotland, and possibly some of it was written in Scotland. The Ulster Cycle, set around the beginning of the Christian era, consists of a group of heroic stories dealing with the lives of Conchobar mac Nessa.
Scottish Myths & Legends: Our Projects In addition to compiling a diverse selection of folk tales on our website, we are also working with our sister site, Albion Adventures to develop an app. This app will use audio, visual and written elements to immerse the user in a story as they make their way around real sites from Scottish folklore.
This book contains 13 Irish folktales and legends, including Finn Mac Cumhail, Oisin, pookas, leprechauns and selkies.
Each well-written tale has an introduction, and footnotes provide pronunciation guides for Irish words and names. The appealing illustrations look like oil paintings.The Anthology of Scottish Folk Tales.
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