Tales of Enchantment

Tales of Enchantment

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A collection of nine traditional tales about leprechauns, dwarfs, shape shifters and other enchanted creatures from various countries. This is the seventh installation of Pleasant DeSpain's "Book of Nine Lives" series. From the earliest times of storytelling, magic has been a part of the most thrilling of tales--when miracles transport heroes and transform the outcome of the story itself. In fact, the power of magic is at work whenever a story is told: the magician is the teller of the tale, allowing story, teller, and listener to become one.Leprechauns, dwarfs, shape-shifters, and the power of dreams--you'll meet them all, and more in these nine tales, including: "The Seven Stars" (Cherokee Nation), "Red Cap and the Miser" (Ireland), "The Birds of All the World" (Spain), and "The Silver Bell" (Denmark).
Publisher: Little Rock, AR : August House, c2003
ISBN: 9780874837117
Branch Call Number: 398.2 DESPAIN
Characteristics: 71 p. : ill. ; 20 cm
Additional Contributors: Bell, Don 1935-- Illustrator


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Apr 25, 2017

Meh , not my kind of book , but it's a short read .


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