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Nordic Fairy Tales, Folk Tales and Fables. Read Nordic fairy tales and folk tales from across northern Europe including the rich collection of Hans Christian Andersen stories and more. Drawing from Norse mythology and Scandinavian culture, Nordic folklore is a vast collection of.
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This website uses technical, analytical and third-party cookies, in order to send you advertisements in line with your preferences. Expect lots and lots of trolls. This is a collection of folk tales written by a various Swedish authors, including Elsa Beskow and Anna Wahlenberg. They are truly magical, in the style of great fairy tale artists like Arthur Rackham. The stories are of varying lengths and there are some nice short ones when you want a quick dose of troll. Although this list has probably supplied you with enough trolls to last you a lifetime, I want to draw your attention to one last selection which I think is worth searching out because of its wonderful illustrations designed from woodcut prints.
It also has a nice introduction explaining common motifs in mythology and what we can learn from reading these ancient tales. I did not know we share Scandinavian roots! I have to recommend one of my favorites to this fab list you have assembled: Race of the Birkebeiners by Lise Lunge-Larsen and illustrated with gorgeous woodcuts by Mary Azarian Snowflake Bentley.
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I love the woodcuts in her troll book. I am so glad you have shared these! I love sharing stories from other cultures with my kiddos, and these lists are fantastic! Thanks so much! These books look fabulous! Somehow we are finding very little time to read since we got to California. I need to fix that somehow…. Looks like great read alouds too.. My husband loves Norse mythology and folklore, so I definitely need to get my hands on a few of these.
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Thanks so much for the link at the Kid Lit Blog Hop! I had never thought about it, either, until I made this list. It makes sense, though, because of the troll. Thank you for this list! I just found your site today, and saw a reference to a visit from Mormor, and knew you had a Swedish connection! The biggest packing challenge this time was what to bring for my 7 year old son, who became a voracious reader over the Summer. I did buy and lug The Book of Norse Mythology and he loved it! We read an Icedandic folk tale that sounds similar to the Danish Fat Cat story, but with a girl who eats everything.
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It was so different than her other books. Love your blog! I would love to find some but have been unable to locate any. Do you have any recommendations?diacorcuviso.ml
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Thank you! There is a book, Flumbra, Half a kingdom; an Icelandic folktale, Half a kingdom; an Icelandic folktale, but I have not had a chance to read any of them. I work at a fairy tale and folklore website, and I found your blog post really informative. Odd and the Frost Giants, and Finn Family Moomintrolls are really good reads for slightly older kids.
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