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Tales from a Finnish tupa

Author: James Cloyd Bowman; Margery Williams Bianco; Aili Kolehmainen
Publisher: Chicago : A. Whitman & Co., 1936.
Edition/Format:   Book : Fiction : Juvenile audience : EnglishView all editions and formats
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Genre/Form: Fiction
Juvenile works
Juvenile fiction
Additional Physical Format: Online version:
Bowman, James Cloyd, 1880-1961.
Tales from a Finnish tupa.
Chicago : A. Whitman & Co., 1936
(OCoLC)608483122
Material Type: Fiction, Juvenile audience
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: James Cloyd Bowman; Margery Williams Bianco; Aili Kolehmainen
OCLC Number: 166004
Notes: Lining-papers illustrated in colors.
"The stories contained in this present volume have been translated and retold from Eero Salmelainen's Suomen kansan satuja ja tarinoita and Iivo Härkönen's Suomen kansan satuja ... Others are tales told the authors from memory by old Finish story tellers."
"Junior press books."
Description: xi pages, 1 leaf, 273 pages : color frontispiece, illustrations, color plates ; 23 cm
Contents: Tales of magic: The ship that sailed by land and sea --
The men of the wallet --
The mouse bride --
Vaino and the swan princess --
Hidden Laiva or The golden ship --
Antti and the wizard's prophecy --
Lippo and Tapio --
The wooing of Seppo Ilmarinen --
Jurma and the sea god --
Timo and the Princess Vendla --
Severi and Vappu --
Ei-Niin-Mita or No-So-What --
The girl who sought her nine brothers --
The two pine cones --
Kalle and the wood grouse --
Niilo and the wizard --
Urho and Marja --
Mielikki and her nine sons --
Leppä Pölkky and the blue cross --
Liisa and the prince --
Droll stories: The pig-headed wife --
Finland's greatest fisherman --
Stupid Peikko --
The wise men of Holmola --
Pekka and the rogues --
Fables: The end of the world --
The rooster and the hen --
The mouse that turned tailor --
The feast --
Farmers three --
Why the squirrel lives in trees --
The vain bear --
The stupid wolf --
The wisdom of the rabbit --
The fox and the rabbit --
The wily fox --
The stupid bear --
The song of the fox --
The song of the wolf --
The wolf and the fox --
The bear goes fishing --
The fox as a judge --
The rabbit's self-respect.
Responsibility: by James Cloyd Bowman and Margery Bianco ; from a translation by Aili Kolehmainen ; pictured by Laura Bannon.

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