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Scandinavian folk & fairy tales : tales from Norway, Sweden, Denmark, Finland, Iceland

Author: Claire Booss
Publisher: New York : Avenel Books : Distributed by Crown, 1984.
Edition/Format:   Print book : Juvenile audience : EnglishView all editions and formats
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A collection of folk literature from five countries, with illustrations by native artists.
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Scandinavian folk & fairy tales.
New York : Avenel Books : Distributed by Crown, 1984
(OCoLC)557994214
Online version:
Scandinavian folk & fairy tales.
New York : Avenel Books : Distributed by Crown, 1984
(OCoLC)609451968
Material Type: Juvenile audience
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Claire Booss
ISBN: 0517436205 9780517436202
OCLC Number: 10404315
Description: xxii, 666 pages : illustrations ; 24 cm
Contents: The man who was going to mind the house --
The giant who had no heart --
The pancake --
The lad and the devil --
The greedy youngster --
The seven fathers in the house --
The smith and the devil -The three billy-goats who went up into the hills to get fat --
Peter Gynt --
Legends of the mill --
The lad and and the north wind --
Peik --
Foolish men and scolding wives --
The parson and the clerk --
The giant and Johannes Blessom --
The box with the funny thing in it --
The widow's son --
East of the sun and west of the moon --
Ashiepattle who made the princess tell the truth at last --
An evening in the squire's kitchen --
Hans, who made the princess laugh --
A summer night in a Norwegian forest --
The witch --
The charcoal-burner --
The fisherman and the draug --
The honest penny --
The death of chanticleer --
Reynard and chanticleer --
The companion --
Death and the doctor --
The way of the world. Pork and honey --
Slip root, catch Reynard's foot --
Bruin and Reynard partners --
Master tobacco --
The three lemons --
The trolls in Hedale Wood --
The skipper and Old Nick --
How to win a prince --
Boots and the beasts --
How they got Hairlock home --
Little Freddy with his fiddle --
"Lars, my lad!" --
The sausage --
The old woman and the tramp --
What shall baby's name be? --
St. Peter and the two women --
The valiant chanticleer --
Twigmuntus, Cowbelliantus, Perchnosius --
The lad and the fox --
Old Nick and the girl --
The stone statue --
The artful lad --
"All I possess!" --
The cock and the crested hen --
Old Nick and the pedlar --
Why the executioner is called assessor --
The parson and the clerk --
The sure shot --
Stompe Pilt --
The Lord of Rosendal --
The master of Ugerup --
The ghost at Fjelkinge --
Ljungby horn and pipe --
The swan maiden --
The knight of Ellenholm --
The trolls of Skurugata. Dame Soasan --
The giant Puke --
Katrineholm Manor --
Ebbe Skamelson --
Johan and the trolls --
The lost treasure --
The ten fairy servants --
The sea nymph --
The byse --
The bridge over Kalmarsound --
The young lady of Hellerup --
Elstorps Woods --
The giant maiden in Boraserod Mountain --
The bridal present --
Halde hat --
The golden cradle --
The knights of Allaberg --
The Countess of Hojentorp --
The giant of Skalunda --
The trolls in Resslared --
Bishop Svedberg and the devil --
The treasure in Saby Creek --
The tomts --
The Urko of North Wij --
The trolls shoes --
The wood and sea nymphs --
The mountain kitchen --
Saxe of Saxeholm --
The polite coal burner --
The harvesters --
The Ulfgryt stones --
Kate of Ysatter --
The elves' dance --
The fiddler and the sea nymph --
The snipe --
Tibble Castle and Klinta Spring --
The coal burner and the troll --
Bolstre Castle --
The changelings --
Lake Goldring. The troll's garden at Stallsbacke --
The werwolf --
The herd-boy --
The water nymph --
The treasure seekers --
The Lapp in magpie form --
The vatters --
Starkad and Bale --
The vatt's storehouse --
The voyage in a Lapp sled --
The Lapp genesis, or the first of mankind --
The giant's bride --
The cunning Lapp --
The ugly duckling --
The wild swans --
The old house --
The elf of the rose --
Soup from a sausage skewer --
The little mermaid --
The girl who trod on the loaf --
The swineherd --
Little Claus and big Claus --
The flying trunk --
The nightingale --
The goblin and the huckster --
The marsh king's daughter --
The tinder-box --
The bottle neck --
Little Tuk --
She was good for nothing --
Toller's neighbors --
The troll's hammer --
The magician's pupil --
Temptations --
The girl clad in mouseskin --
Theoutlaw --
The little chicken Kluk and his companions --
Jack of Sjoholm and the Gan-Finn --
Finn blood. Vaino and the swan princess --
Lippo and Tapio --
The wooing of Seppo Ilmarinen --
The mouse bride --
Antti and the wizard's prophecy --
Jurma and the sea god --
Severi and Vappu --
Leppa Polkky and the blue cross --
Liisa and the prince --
The pig-headed wife --
Stupid Peikko --
The end of the world --
Farmers three --
The vain bear --
The wisdom of the rabbit --
Tungustapi --
The genesis of the Hid-folk --
The fisherman of Gotur --
The grateful elfwoman --
Thordur of Thrastastadir --
Grimsborg --
The father of eighteen elves --
The bishop and the elves --
Who built Reynir Church? --
Katla's dream --
The man-whale --
Valbjorg the Unelfed --
Una the elfwoman --
Hildur, the queen of the elves --
The man-servant and the water-elves --
The crossways --
the merman --
Nennir, or the one who feels inclined --
The lake-monster --
Naddi --
Troll's stone --
Gellivor --
The shepherdess --
Jora the troll --
Katla. Olafur and the trolls --
The troll in the skrudur --
The shepherd of Silfrunarstadir --
The night-trolls --
The story of Bergthor of Blafell --
Gryla --
Murder will out --
Ketill, the priest of Husavik --
White cap --
A ghost's vengeance --
The boy who did not know what fear was --
The two sigurdurs --
The deacon of Myrka --
The son of the goblin --
The story of Jon Asmundsson --
The skeleton in Holar Church.
Other Titles: Scandinavian folk and fairy tales.
Responsibility: edited by Claire Booss.

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A collection of folk literature from five countries, with illustrations by native artists.

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