Category Archives: Folklore

Atticus the Storyteller’s 100 Greek Myths

A well-written book by Lucy Coats with easy to understand large print text. The only words that were difficult were the characters’ names because they are in Anglicized Greek. A pronunciation key for names would have been very useful as … Continue reading

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The Painted Wall and Other Strange Tales

Michael Bedard, author of Painted Devil and Redwork, has selected and adpated stories from Liao-chai. So, we have a book of traditional Chinese stories and tales that I found in the young adult fiction section. I know that this is … Continue reading

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Tales of King Arthur

Tales of King Arthur by James Riordan and illustrated by Victor Ambrus is not a new book by any stretch of the imagination, having been published almost 30 years ago, but a beautiful one. I found it in library’s children’s … Continue reading

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