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Par Edward Blishen, Leon Garfield. 1970
Many of the classical myths of Greece, told as one continuous tale beginning with Chaos, the rule of the Titans…and their overthrow by the rebellious gods of Olympus. The great violent energy underlying these myths makes timeless what they tell of human passions, tragedy and comedy. Grades 4-7. 1970.
Par Betty Neels. 1990
Lucy wasn't a bright career girl like her two sisters. All she wanted was to find a man she loved…and settle down with him. But Mr Right seemed to be peculiarly elusive. Until the day she encountered paediatrician William Thurloe. Not that she had the faintest hope of ever attracting his interest with the glamorous Fiona as direct competition! 1990.
Par Laura Murray. 2013
When the Gingerbread Man joins the children who made him on a school field trip to a fire station, he…escapes being eaten by Spot the Dalmatian and rides along to a fire. Grades K-3. 2013.
Par Lafcadio Hearn, Arlene Mosel. 1972
Par Lynne Reid Banks. 1988
When Tiki, a fairy, is "earthed" on Jan's foot, they both are terrified, but quickly become friends. Jan is sad…because she cannot have children, and when Tiki performs a forbidden magic, she incurs the wrath of the Fairy Queen who seeks to exact revenge on Jan's family. Grades 3-6. 1988.
Par H. M Hoover. 2004
Having been trained in supernatural knowledge, thirteen-year-old Medea finds herself in a unique position to help when the Greek hero…Jason comes to her father's kingdom in search of the Golden Fleece. Junior and Senior High. 2004.
Par Gwendolyn MacEwen. 1983
Two of these pieces are original while the other five are derived, rather than translated, from oral and written folk…tales and legends well-known in the Arabic speaking world. Grades 2-4. c1983.
Par Lise Lunge-Larsen. 2004
This collection of short stories explores the so-called hidden folk, such as selkies, fairies, gnomes, hill folk, and river sprites,…and how they can be linked to many parts of our everyday life and our history. Including tales about how parsley was created, and how Lord Nelson learned a strict lesson. Some descriptions of violence. Grades 2-4. 2004.
Par Alexander McCall Smith. 2004
Gathered here is a beguiling selection of folktales from Zimbabwe and Botswana as retold by the best-selling author of The…No. 1 Ladies' Detective Agency. From animal fables to mysterious forces residing in the landscape, this collection demonstrates the wealth and variety of African folk tales and the particular magic of Africa's spiritual roots. 2004.
Par David Bouchard. 1997
A Chinese fable about the origins of the zodiac. The Great Buddha sends eleven animals and one dragon on a…great race to the gates of the Jade City. The order that they arrive in, not who wins the race, is what becomes important. Grades 2-4. 1997.
Par Joseph Bruchac, Gayle Ross. 1994
16 Native stories about girls. "The Beauty Way" is a recounting of an Apache rite of passage; "Stonecoat" describes the…defeat of an evil and powerful medicine man by women who use the power of their "moontime"; and in the title story, a girl not only marries the moon but shares his job with him. Grades 4-7. Some descriptions of violence. 2006, c1994.
Par Joseph Bruchac. 1995
Par Barbara Cartland. 1994
Lady Cordelia and her brother, the Earl of Hunstanton, had sailed with Captain Mark Stanton to Valetta where the Earl…was to become a Knight of the Order of St John. Afterwards he wanted his sister to enter the Convent of St Romanica. As Cordelia remembered and felt again the strange wonder that Stanton's kisses had aroused in her, she realised she could never contemplate becoming a nun. 1994.
Par A. S Byatt. 1994
A djinn is trapped in a bottle made of glass known as "nightingale's eye", until the day an English woman…frees him, unleashing his strength and discovering her own. This story forms the centrepiece to a collection of fairytales. 1994.
Par Bruce Coville. 1994
A dragon is stalking King Mildred's land, and the king has promised half his kingdom and his daughter's hand in…marriage to the person who can slay the dragon. Only the old squire, Elizar, and a young page, Brian, are willing to try. But unbeknown to them, the king's daughter, Wilhelmina, has also set out to kill the dragon. Grades 4-7. 1994.
Par Jane Yolen. 1990
Old Linn is to be the teacher of 13-year-old Artos. Doubting that he can capture the boy's attention, Linn constructs…a fire-breathing dragon as a facade. A retelling of the Arthurian legend. Grades 4-7. 1990.
Par James Stephens. 1990
This wise whimsical fairy tale for adults, first published in 1912, tells of two philosophers who live in the pine…wood in Ireland, and of their quarrelsome old wives, their respective offspring, and their strange feud with leprechauns. 1990.
Par William J Faulkner. 1977
Par Nonny Hogrogian. 1983
A boy born to a poor couple receives the hand of the king's daughter in marriage, but in order to…keep his bride, the boy must bring the king three golden hairs from the head of the devil. Grades K-3. 1983. Uniform title: Teufel mit den drei goldenen Haaren.
Par Betty Neels. 1997
Leonora Crosby was irritated to be always caught out in awkward moments by the new village GP, James Galbraith. She…was engaged to Tony, but James's stalwart support as Leonora tried to keep her parents' decrepit manor house running smoothly made her doubt the wisdom of her engagement. Even so, there was little point in admitting she loved James, when he showed so little sign of caring for her. 1997.