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'Now that people live in towns and bears live in the woods, have you ever wondered what happened to the bear folk?' At bedtime Ursula asks Daddy to tell her the tale of the bear folk: special beings who can choose to be either a bear or a person, depending ...
Bear Child
'Now that people live in towns and bears live in the woods, have you ever wondered what happened to the bear folk?' At bedtime Ursula asks Daddy to tell her the tale of the bear folk: special beings who can choose to be either a bear or a person, depending if they want to catch a fish or read a book. Bear folk live extraordinary lives, he tells her. They are strong and clever, kind and loving, adventurous and creative -- just like her. Will I ever meet one?, Ursula asks. Perhaps she already has... Bear Child is an inspirational story of parental love, belief and embracing individuality. This beautiful picture book weaves together Geoff Mead's charming words with Sanne Dufft's ethereal illustrations to create a truly timeless folktale.
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18.75 USD

Bear Child

by Geoff Mead
Hardback
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Experience the wonder and excitement that Japan's classic tales bring to story time or bedtime with this multicultural children's book. This Japanese children's book welcomes readers to a fantastic world populated by singing turtles, boys who wrestle wolves, and a host of other beloved characters who have lived on for ...
Kintaro's Adventures & Other Japanese Children's Fav Stories
Experience the wonder and excitement that Japan's classic tales bring to story time or bedtime with this multicultural children's book. This Japanese children's book welcomes readers to a fantastic world populated by singing turtles, boys who wrestle wolves, and a host of other beloved characters who have lived on for centuries in the traditional tales of Japan. Drawn from Japanese folklore passed down from generation to generation, the six enchanting stories collected in this volume have been lovingly retold for today's readers. Vibrantly illustrated and full of thrilling adventures, funny discoveries, and important lessons, they're sure to become future favorites. Included in this multicultural children's book are some of Japan's best-loved stories: The Rolling Rice Cakes How to Fool a Cat The Princess and the Herdboy Saburo the Eel-Catcher The Singing Turtle Kintaro's Adventures These traditional tales, although entertaining, provide kids with an excellent introduction to Japan and its culture, and Kintaro's Adventures And Other Japanese Children's Favorite Stories is the answer to anyone searching for traditional Japanese books for children to add to their home library.
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10.490000 USD

Kintaro's Adventures & Other Japanese Children's Fav Stories

by Florence Sakade
Hardback
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With this Japanese book for children, your whole family can experience the wonder and excitement that these well-loved tales bring to story time or bedtime reading. Welcome to a fantastic world populated by mischievous monkeys, a dragon king and a host of other beloved characters who have lived on for ...
Little One-Inch & Other Japanese Children's Favorite Stories
With this Japanese book for children, your whole family can experience the wonder and excitement that these well-loved tales bring to story time or bedtime reading. Welcome to a fantastic world populated by mischievous monkeys, a dragon king and a host of other beloved characters who have lived on for centuries in the traditional tales of Japan. Drawn from folklore passed down from generation to generation, the ten enchanting stories collected in this Japanese children's book have been lovingly retold for today's readers. Vibrantly illustrated in full color and packed with thrilling adventures, funny discoveries, and valuable lessons, they're sure to become story time favorites - and serve as an introduction to Japan and its culture. Included are some of Japan's classic folktales: The Spider Weaver Little One-Inch The Badger and the Magic Fan Mr. Lucky Straw Why the Jellyfish Has No Bones The Old Man Who Made Trees Blossom The Crab and the Monkey The Ogre and the Rooster The Rabbit Who Crossed the Sea The Grateful Statues Readers of any age and culture will find much to love and return to time & again in Little One-Inch And Other Japanese Children's Favorite Stories.
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10.490000 USD

Little One-Inch & Other Japanese Children's Favorite Stories

by Florence Sakade
Hardback
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Charlie can't wait to go the carnival, but first his mum must find his party hat and red balloon. While she's searching, Charlie imagines all the wonderful things they might see: lemonade rivers and lollipop trees, elephant taxis and a cake as big as a town square. When they finally ...
Charlie's Magical Carnival
Charlie can't wait to go the carnival, but first his mum must find his party hat and red balloon. While she's searching, Charlie imagines all the wonderful things they might see: lemonade rivers and lollipop trees, elephant taxis and a cake as big as a town square. When they finally arrive at the carnival, it's even more amazing and magical than Charlie had hoped. This beautiful book, from award-winning children's author and illustrator Marit Toernqvist, celebrates the intensity of children's imaginations and their ability to see their make-believe worlds as reality. Children will love following Charlie on his adventure revealing the secrets of the many fold-out pages and exploring illustrations that are a riot of colour. Marit's vibrant artwork is accompanied by a lyrical story of awe, adventure and the loving relationship between a parent and child.
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18.75 USD

Charlie's Magical Carnival

by Marit Tornqvist
Hardback
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We are all born for a purpose, though sometimes it is not clear to us what it is. In this tale of good versus evil, cousin versus cousin, Prince Arjuna knew that his purpose, his dharma, was to fight in the battle against the greedy and cruel king Duryodhana. Yet ...
Arjuna: The Gentle Warrior
We are all born for a purpose, though sometimes it is not clear to us what it is. In this tale of good versus evil, cousin versus cousin, Prince Arjuna knew that his purpose, his dharma, was to fight in the battle against the greedy and cruel king Duryodhana. Yet his own relatives and friends were on the opposing side. With a lot of soul searching and divine advice from the god Krishna, Arjuna bravely chooses to fulfill his destiny as a warrior with compassion and kindness, restoring peace, justice, and prosperity to his kingdom. This adaptation for children of the classic epic the Mahabharata is beautifully illustrated with paintings created in a centuries-old method traditional to India. Richly detailed, the paintings bring to life the colorful cast of characters as well as Arjuna's inner conflict and the trials he faces on the path of loyalty, justice, and peace.
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22.17 USD

Arjuna: The Gentle Warrior

by Vatsala Sperling
Hardback
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Andersen's Fairy Tales
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11.540000 USD

Andersen's Fairy Tales

by Hans Christian Andersen
Paperback
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The Princess and the Pea: A Retold Story
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17.840000 USD

The Princess and the Pea: A Retold Story

by Megan Alyssa Occil
Hardback
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Yan's Hajj Trip: The Journey of a Lifetime
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9.400000 USD

Yan's Hajj Trip: The Journey of a Lifetime

by Fawzia Gilani
Hardback
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This wonderfully illustrated children's book tells a story of a little girl and her adventure on the way to school! The little girl left for school at dawn. On her way to school, she met a little spider, a little squirrel, a little hedgehog and a little panda. They were ...
I Have a Little Lantern
This wonderfully illustrated children's book tells a story of a little girl and her adventure on the way to school! The little girl left for school at dawn. On her way to school, she met a little spider, a little squirrel, a little hedgehog and a little panda. They were all afraid of the darkness and wondering if monsters were hiding in every corner. Only the little girl was not scared, because she had a little magic lantern. They held hand-in-hand so that nobody would be scared
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25.58 USD

I Have a Little Lantern

by Gan Dayong
Hardback
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When Kameron moves to his grandma's sheep camp on the Navajo Reservation, he leaves behind his cell phone reception and his friends. The young boy's world becomes even stranger when Kameron takes the sheep out to the local windmill and meets an old storyteller. As the seasons turn, the old ...
Black Sheep, White Crow and Other Windmill Tales: Stories from Navajo Country
When Kameron moves to his grandma's sheep camp on the Navajo Reservation, he leaves behind his cell phone reception and his friends. The young boy's world becomes even stranger when Kameron takes the sheep out to the local windmill and meets an old storyteller. As the seasons turn, the old man weaves eight tales that teach the deeper story of the Dine country and the Dine people.
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20.950000 USD

Black Sheep, White Crow and Other Windmill Tales: Stories from Navajo Country

by Jim Kristofic
Paperback
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The Princess and the Pea
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10.23 USD

The Princess and the Pea

by Chloe Perkins
Board book
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A collection of hugely entertaining stories, drawn from the rich folklore of many countries throughout Africa, and brought sparklingly to life with humour and rhyme by Ghanaian author, Nii Ayikwei Parkes, writing under the name used for his children's work, K. P. Kojo. Find out how selfish Lion gets his ...
Tales from Africa
A collection of hugely entertaining stories, drawn from the rich folklore of many countries throughout Africa, and brought sparklingly to life with humour and rhyme by Ghanaian author, Nii Ayikwei Parkes, writing under the name used for his children's work, K. P. Kojo. Find out how selfish Lion gets his comeuppance, go to a Frog wedding in the Sky Kingdom, discover the days when the earth's creatures were all mixed up and much more in tales which reflect the very best and the very worst of human nature.Includes endnotes with a glossary, additional information, and activities that children can do to explore the stories further.
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11.93 USD

Tales from Africa

Paperback
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The Dollmaker of Krakow
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17.840000 USD

The Dollmaker of Krakow

by R M Romero
Hardback
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The Dollmaker of Krakow
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57.750000 USD

The Dollmaker of Krakow

by R M Romero
CD-Audio
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The Dollmaker of Krakow
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20.990000 USD

The Dollmaker of Krakow

by R M Romero
Hardback
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Twelve year old Hoodoo Hatcher was born into a family with a rich tradition of practicing folk magic - hoodoo, as most people call it. But even though his name is Hoodoo, he can't seem to cast a simple spell. Then a mysterious man called the Stranger comes to town, ...
Hoodoo
Twelve year old Hoodoo Hatcher was born into a family with a rich tradition of practicing folk magic - hoodoo, as most people call it. But even though his name is Hoodoo, he can't seem to cast a simple spell. Then a mysterious man called the Stranger comes to town, and Hoodoo starts dreaming of the dead rising from their graves. Even worse, he soon learns the Stranger is looking for a boy. Not just any boy. A boy named Hoodoo. The entire town is at risk from the Stranger's black magic, and only Hoodoo can defeat him. He'll just need to learn how to conjure first.
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8.390000 USD

Hoodoo

by Ronald L Smith
Paperback
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The Gingerbread Man
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4.46 USD

The Gingerbread Man

by Catherine McCafferty
Paperback
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Chike the Invincible is an inspirational picture storybook in the folktale genre In the mighty village of Awor lived a valiant young boy Chike. Chike grew up under the loving care of his famous father, Ike and his mother, Chi-Chi. Ike is the powerful and gallant chief of Awor who ...
Chike the Invincible
Chike the Invincible is an inspirational picture storybook in the folktale genre In the mighty village of Awor lived a valiant young boy Chike. Chike grew up under the loving care of his famous father, Ike and his mother, Chi-Chi. Ike is the powerful and gallant chief of Awor who wins the biggest yam and the archery competitions year-after-year during the annual New Yam Festival. Chike boldly follows in his father's footsteps and successfully competes in the archery competitions against older contestants. Tragically, Ike's jealous brother Obi lays a trap for Ike during an archery competition. Ike falls into the trap and dies from his injuries. Obi declares himself chief of Awor. Obi ruthlessly banishes Chike and his mother from their home, the chief's compound. Fatefully, the chief of Abah annexes Awor after a border battle caused by Obi. While in exile in his mother's home, Chike calls on Awor's warriors to join him to reclaim Awor's independence from Abah. With the help of Awor's warriors, Chike is victorious in the battle and restores peaceful relations with Abah. In jubilation and gratitude for Chike's valiance, Awor villagers installed him as their rightful chief. Dr. Ogo Okoye-Johnson's thriller, Chike the Invincible, transports readers to a village chock-full of valor, poetic justice and intrigue.Chike the Invincible is the best literary Christmas present for any child or the young at heart Chike the Invincible is a pictorial folktale that teaches lessons about the indomitable human spirit, perseverance, poetic justice and valour with captivating and vivid imagery.
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15.700000 USD

Chike the Invincible

by Ogo Okoye-Johnson
Hardback
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The Show-Off Monkey And Other Taoist Tales
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30.70 USD

The Show-Off Monkey And Other Taoist Tales

by Mark W McGinnis
Hardback
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Ali Baba and the Forty Thieves , Aladdin and Sinbad the Sailor : these are just some of the strange and amazing stories that clever Scheherazade tells to captivate her husband, King Shahryar...and to save her own life. Each one is more fantastic than the last, filled with demons and ...
Arabian Nights: Retold from the Classic Tales
Ali Baba and the Forty Thieves , Aladdin and Sinbad the Sailor : these are just some of the strange and amazing stories that clever Scheherazade tells to captivate her husband, King Shahryar...and to save her own life. Each one is more fantastic than the last, filled with demons and dervishes, caliphs and genies, men transformed into dogs and monsters with eyes that glow.With Classic Starts[trademark] , young readers can experience the wonder of these timeless stories from an early age. Abridged for easier reading and carefully rewritten, each classic novel is filled with all the magic and excitement that made the original story a beloved favourite.
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7.88 USD

Arabian Nights: Retold from the Classic Tales

Hardback
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This beautifully illustrated Chinese children's book features classic nursery rhymes in both English and Mandarin Chinese. It is never too early to immerse children in foreign languages and culture, and exploring rhymes and rhythm is a terrific way to start. Chinese and English Nursery Rhymes presents forty vibrantly illustrated verses ...
Chinese and English Nursery Rhymes: Little Mouse and Other Charming Chinese Rhymes (Audio Disc in Chinese & English Included)
This beautifully illustrated Chinese children's book features classic nursery rhymes in both English and Mandarin Chinese. It is never too early to immerse children in foreign languages and culture, and exploring rhymes and rhythm is a terrific way to start. Chinese and English Nursery Rhymes presents forty vibrantly illustrated verses in both Chinese and English in a side-by-side format that encourages fun Mandarin Chinese language learning. This inspiring collection of favorite rhymes shows how the simple pleasures of childhood are universal across the globe. The rhymes and songs highlighted in the book include: Muffin Man Happy Birthday to You I See the Moon As I Was Going Along Hickory Dickory Dock And much more... Chinese and English Nursery Rhymes also features Do You Know? notes throughout the book that provide even more ways to experience Chinese culture. A concise tutorial about the basics of Mandarin Chinese offers parents additional, useful information for learning moments. Native speakers perform each rhyme in Chinese and English on an accompanying audio CD-happy, easy songs that will have you singing along in no time!
13.640000 USD

Chinese and English Nursery Rhymes: Little Mouse and Other Charming Chinese Rhymes (Audio Disc in Chinese & English Included)

by Faye-Lynn Wu
Mixed media product
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This multicultural children's book presents classic Korean fairy tales and other folk stories providing a delightful look into a rich literary culture.The Korean people possess a folklore tradition as colorful and captivating as any in the world, but the stories themselves still are not as well-known to Western readers as ...
Tales of a Korean Grandmother: 32 Traditional Tales from Korea
This multicultural children's book presents classic Korean fairy tales and other folk stories providing a delightful look into a rich literary culture.The Korean people possess a folklore tradition as colorful and captivating as any in the world, but the stories themselves still are not as well-known to Western readers as those from The Brothers Grimm, Mother Goose, or Hans Christian Andersen.In her best-selling book for young readers, Frances Carpenter collects thirty-two classic Korean children's stories from the Land of the Morning Calm: the woodcutter and the old men of the mountain; the puppy who saved his village from a tiger; the singing girl who danced the Japanese General into the deep river; Why the Dog and Cat are Not friends; and even a more familiar tale of the clever rabbit who outsmarted the tortoise. The children of the Kim family sit at their beloved Grandmother's knee to listen to these and other traditional folk tales which are rooted in thousands of years of Korean culture.
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10.450000 USD

Tales of a Korean Grandmother: 32 Traditional Tales from Korea

by Frances Carpenter
Paperback
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This illustrated multicultural children's book presents classic Chinese fairy tales and other folk stories providing a delightful look into a rich literary culture.Chinese folklore tradition is as colourful and captivating as any in the world, but the stories themselves still are not as well-known to Western readers as those from ...
Tales of a Chinese Grandmother: 30 Traditional Tales from China
This illustrated multicultural children's book presents classic Chinese fairy tales and other folk stories providing a delightful look into a rich literary culture.Chinese folklore tradition is as colourful and captivating as any in the world, but the stories themselves still are not as well-known to Western readers as those from The Brothers Grimm, Mother Goose, or Hans Christian Andersen.Tales of a Chinese Grandmother, written by Frances Carpenter, presents a collection of 30 authentic Chinese folktales. These classic stories represent the best of the Chinese folk tradition and are told here by the character Lao Lao, the beloved grandmother of the nineteenth-century Ling household. A sampling from a long and proud tradition, these Chinese folktales are sure to delight adults as well as children of all ages. Chinese children's stories include: How Pan Ku Made the World The God that Lived in the Kitchen The Daughter of the Dragon King The Grateful Fox Fairy The King of the Monkeys The Wonderful Pear Tree Ko-Ai's Lost Shoe Heng O, the Moon Lady The Old Old One's Birthday
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13.64 USD

Tales of a Chinese Grandmother: 30 Traditional Tales from China

by Malthe Hasselriis, Frances Carpenter
Paperback
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The beautiful Scheherazade's royal husband threatens to kill her, so each night she diverts him by weaving wonderful tales of fantastic adventure, leaving each story unfinished so that he spares her life to hear the ending the next night. This is the background to the Arabian Nights. In this selection ...
Arabian Nights: Tales from the Arabian Nights
The beautiful Scheherazade's royal husband threatens to kill her, so each night she diverts him by weaving wonderful tales of fantastic adventure, leaving each story unfinished so that he spares her life to hear the ending the next night. This is the background to the Arabian Nights. In this selection made by that master of folklore and fairy-tale Andrew Lang, the reader meets Aladdin with his wonderful lamp, the Enchanted Horse, the Princess Badoura, Sinbad the Sailor, and the great Caliph of Bagdad, Haroun-al-Raschid. The stories are beautifully illustrated by H.J. Ford.
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3.94 USD

Arabian Nights: Tales from the Arabian Nights

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A charming collection of fourteen well-loved verses, Korean and English Nursery Rhymes is an excellent introduction to Korean language and culture for young children. This enchanting, beautifully illustrated book featuring well-known Korean children's songs and rhymes makes a beautiful gift for kids and families who are interested in the Korean ...
Korean and English Nursery Rhymes: Wild Geese, Land of Goblins and Other Favorite Songs and Rhymes (Audio Disc in Korean & English Included)
A charming collection of fourteen well-loved verses, Korean and English Nursery Rhymes is an excellent introduction to Korean language and culture for young children. This enchanting, beautifully illustrated book featuring well-known Korean children's songs and rhymes makes a beautiful gift for kids and families who are interested in the Korean way of life. The highlighted verses, presented in both Korean hangeul script and English, are arranged in a clear side-by-side format that encourages successful and fun language learning. Korean and English Nursery Rhymes also includes an audio CD with recordings of kids singing in both languages. These songs are so lively and sweet you'll soon find yourself singing right along! Many of the songs accompany everyday play activities like jumping rope and hand clapping games. Others speak to a child's simple view of nature and a deep love of home. The fourteen favorite rhymes and songs featured include: Little One Monkey's Bottom Twirling Round Spring in My Hometown And more! For preschoolers and beyond, this book will provide lasting pleasure for the mind, the eye, the ear, and the heart - an exquisite celebration of Korean folk songs and heritage.
17.05 USD

Korean and English Nursery Rhymes: Wild Geese, Land of Goblins and Other Favorite Songs and Rhymes (Audio Disc in Korean & English Included)

by Danielle Wright
Mixed media product
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An original interpretation of the timelessly fascinating vampire myth, and a story of father and son, by award-winning author Marcus Sedgwick. Winner of the Booktrust Teenage Prize and shortlisted for the Carnegie Medal.In the bitter cold of an unrelenting winter, Tomas and his son, Peter, arrive in Chust. Despite the ...
My Swordhand is Singing
An original interpretation of the timelessly fascinating vampire myth, and a story of father and son, by award-winning author Marcus Sedgwick. Winner of the Booktrust Teenage Prize and shortlisted for the Carnegie Medal.In the bitter cold of an unrelenting winter, Tomas and his son, Peter, arrive in Chust. Despite the villagers' lack of hospitality, they settle there as woodcutters. But there are many things Peter does not understand. Why does Tomas dig a channel of fast-flowing waters around their hut so they live on an isolated island? Why does Tomas carry a long battered box everywhere they go - and refuse to tell Peter of its contents?When a band of gypsies comes to the village, Peter's drab existence is turned upside down. He is infatuated by the beautiful gypsy princess, Sofia, and intoxicated by her community's love of life. He even becomes drawn into their deadly quest - for these travellers are Vampire Slayers, and Chust is a community to which the dead return to wreak revenge on the living. Stylishly written and set in the forbidding and remote landscapes of the 17th century, this is a story of a father and his son, of loss, redemption and resolution.
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13.64 USD

My Swordhand is Singing

by Marcus Sedgwick, Marcus Sedgwick
Paperback
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Have you ever seen a horse drive a sleigh? Can you count up everyone participating in the silly parade? Or do you want to meet Old Man Igor, who does everything topsy-turvy and upside-down? In this book you will find nursery rhymes that are based on traditional Russian songs and ...
The Silly Parade and Other Topsy-Turvy Poems: Russian Folk Nursery Rhymes, Tongue Twisters, and Lullabies
Have you ever seen a horse drive a sleigh? Can you count up everyone participating in the silly parade? Or do you want to meet Old Man Igor, who does everything topsy-turvy and upside-down? In this book you will find nursery rhymes that are based on traditional Russian songs and folk poetry. These funny and charming poems are brilliantly translated and retold by Anne Dwyer. The timeless illustrations by award-winning artist Nikolai Popov add a touch of gentle humour
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20.950000 USD

The Silly Parade and Other Topsy-Turvy Poems: Russian Folk Nursery Rhymes, Tongue Twisters, and Lullabies

Hardback
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Speed, bonnie boat, like a bird on the wing, 'Onward!' the sailors cry; Carry the lad who's born to be king Over the sea to Skye. Sung throughout the world, the Skye Boat Song evocatively brings alive the story of Bonnie Prince Charlie's famous journey from the Outer Hebrides to ...
Speed Bonnie Boat: A Tale from Scottish History Inspired by the Skye Boat Song
Speed, bonnie boat, like a bird on the wing, 'Onward!' the sailors cry; Carry the lad who's born to be king Over the sea to Skye. Sung throughout the world, the Skye Boat Song evocatively brings alive the story of Bonnie Prince Charlie's famous journey from the Outer Hebrides to Skye, off Scotland's west coast, after his defeat at the Battle of Culloden. This stunning picture book, inspired by the lyrics of the traditional Scottish folksong, illustrates the true story of one of Scotland's most famous heroes and introduces children to this dramatic period of Scottish history. The beautiful landscapes and seascapes of Scotland's west coast are captured by Alfredo Belli's stunning illustrations.
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11.93 USD

Speed Bonnie Boat: A Tale from Scottish History Inspired by the Skye Boat Song

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The greedy spider gets what's coming!Long ago, all spiders were as round as the sun-and Anansi was the roundest of all. Anansi was very clever, but he was also very lazy, and he loved to eat. One day, hungry Anansi travels from village to village to eat with them. Each ...
Anansi's Narrow Waist: A Tale from Ghana
The greedy spider gets what's coming!Long ago, all spiders were as round as the sun-and Anansi was the roundest of all. Anansi was very clever, but he was also very lazy, and he loved to eat. One day, hungry Anansi travels from village to village to eat with them. Each village asks Anansi to help make the food, but he would rather be lazy. Anansi leaves one end of a silken string from his web with each village, ties the other end around his waist, and asks the villagers to tug the string when the food is ready. He goes to another village, and another, and another . . . What will happen when all the food is done? This lively retelling of the Ghanaian folktale will delight all readers from ages 1 to 110.
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17.840000 USD

Anansi's Narrow Waist: A Tale from Ghana

by H Arrington
Hardback
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Disney Elena of Avalor: Princess in Charge
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11.540000 USD

Disney Elena of Avalor: Princess in Charge

Hardback
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