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Celtic Tales of the Strange

Unlimited Celtic Tales of the Strange - by Joanne Asala Unlimited Celtic Tales of the Strange - by Joanne Asala - Celtic Tales of the Strange, Celtic Tales of the Strange Stories of the banshee of witches and fairies of dragons of sea nymphs and water spriteswill at times chill the spine and at others make you laughl in good fun anda delight to read dren will ask to

  • Title: Celtic Tales of the Strange
  • Author: Joanne Asala
  • ISBN: 9780806996714
  • Page: 364
  • Format: Paperback

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Celtic Tales of the Strange

Unlimited Celtic Tales of the Strange - by Joanne Asala Unlimited Celtic Tales of the Strange - by Joanne Asala - Celtic Tales of the Strange, Celtic Tales of the Strange Stories of the banshee of witches and fairies of dragons of sea nymphs and water spriteswill at times chill the spine and at others make you laughl in good fun anda delight to read dren will ask to Celtic Tales of the Strange

  • Unlimited Celtic Tales of the Strange - by Joanne Asala
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Celtic Tales of the Strange

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  1. I was impressed with the collection I know very little about Celtic history, so I enjoyed the fact that the majority of the book s contents was unfamiliar to me I was also pleased to encounter a few familiar stories and motifs I had never before realized the Celtic influence on certain elements of lore that now exist in the mainstream One of the stories, for example, draws on the legends of Tir nan Og and the bliss associated with the Fountain of Youth A different tale shows not only the superst [...]


  2. Found this at my public library Thought it might be a light read about Celtic Irish folklore Turns out to have been rather too light Seems to have been written for kids in that there is no cultural context offered OK for what it is, but it won t give you much of a feel for why these amusing little stories are meaningful if indeed they are in Celtic culture.



  3. An interesting mix of Celtic tales, these fables and legends will entertain, amuse, and perhaps frighten you a bit Indeed, many are worthy of Rod Serling s Night Gallery Others explain why coins are tossed in fountains and why you shouldn t stop a rooster from crowing Also here is a Celtic version of Little Red Riding Hood Perhaps the best way to enjoy this slim volume is to read it to another, with the lights turned low and a storm on the horizon.


  4. Yay for short stories about little people and banshees and other supernatural Irish characters My favorite was Golden Hood which is a version of Red Riding Hood except that the little girl s hood was gold and fire colored and made her have this awesome super power Also, she has blue eyes and dark hair, which is the best Duh.


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