Fairies Gnomes Trolls

Author: Maureen Carlson
Editor: North Light Books
ISBN: 9781581808209
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Welcome to the world of the Faerie Folk Create an idyllic, polymer-clay world filled with fairies, playful sprites, clever gnomes and elves, wise wizards and misunderstood trolls. Whether you are new to polymer clay, or looking to improve your skills, Fairies, Gnomes & Trolls offers everything you need to unlock the characters in your imagination and bring the magic of the fairy to life. Inside you'll find 15 complete projects, including: Isa Rosalia, the flower fairy Dray Van Elm, the elf king Broogen Bogge, the rock troll Ophelia Lilliana, the sprite With an introduction to polymer clay techniques, a complete section on creating polymer clay figures, plenty of tips for working with clay and personalizing your projects, as well as variation projects for many of the characters, Fairies, Gnomes & Trolls is packed with everything you need to create your own fantasy world!

Spirits Fairies Gnomes And Goblins

Author: Carol Rose
Editor: Abc-Clio Incorporated
ISBN:
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Introduces "little people" from all over the world, including various sorts of trolls, elves, fairies, dreamtime spirits of the Australian Outback, Native American mischief makers, and Nigerian spirits

Fairies Trolls Goblins Galore

Author: Dilys Evans
Editor: Simon & Schuster
ISBN:
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A collection of poems by a variety of authors about all types of faery folk including trolls, gnomes, ogres, pixies, and many others.

The Hidden

Author: Neil Christopher
Editor: Inhabit Media - Inhabit Media
ISBN: 9781927095591
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Describes the fearsome creatures that form part of Inuit folklore and retells some of the tales about them, based on lengthy interviews with surviving Inuit elders, for some of whom this is still a living tradition.

The World Guide To Gnomes Fairies Elves And Other Little People

Author: Thomas Keightley
Editor: Gramercy Books
ISBN:
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Gnomes, fairies, and elves of every imaginable size, shape, and color spring to life in this marvelously illustrated guide to the fairy realm. Just one glance at the extensive table of contents reveals the scope and variety of fairy folklore explored here -- from Persian and Arabian romance to the mythology of Scandinavia, England, France, Germany, and Switzerland. Everything from Kelpies and Korrigans to Brownies, Bugaboos, and more is included. Taken from a variety of sources of popular myth and legend, The World Guide to Gnomes, Fairies, Elves, and Other Little People forms a rich compendium of the superstititions surrounding the little people. Not only does the author explore every type and species of the short and ugly, but he also traces resemblances and similarities among the fairy traditions of different countries. In addition, the fairy tradition is discussed as it appears in major works of English literature, from the Middle Age epic of Beowulf and Chaucer's Canterbury tales to Spencer's The faerie queene and Shakespeare's A midsummer night's dream. Complete with over twenty-five lively illustrations, it is a fascinating guide to the enchanting world of the little people.

The Water Babies A Fairy Tale For A Land Baby Etc

Author: Charles Kingsley
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The British National Bibliography

Author: Arthur James Wells
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Soviet Literature

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An A To Z Of Fairies

Author: Caroline Stills
Editor:
ISBN: 9781921714504
File Size: 47,30 MB
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Presents an alphabet of mythical creatures, from fairies, brownies, and gnomes to mermaids, leprechauns, and pixies.

The Fairy Bell Sisters 4 Clara And The Magical Charms

Author: Margaret McNamara
Editor: Harper Collins
ISBN: 0062228129
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Aspiring young fairies who adore Rainbow Magic and Disney Fairies will delight in the fourth magical installment in Margaret McNamara's Fairy Bell Sisters series, about Tinker Bell's little sisters. All the fairies on Sheepskerry Island look up to Clara Bell. Clara can do anything, which is why the younger Bell sisters—Rosy, Goldie, Sylva, and Squeak—are so proud of her. But when Clara starts to grow into her magical powers, things get a little bumpy. At first it's fun to practice her charms, especially since a colony of gnomes is visiting Sheepskerry Island for the Valentine's Games . . . and one of them, Rowan, seems to like her—very much. But when Clara and Rowan are faced with very serious trouble, Clara tries to do magic that's too hard for her—way too hard for her. Will she have to pay a terrible price? Julia Denos sprinkles her signature fairy dust on each and every page, bringing the illustrations of the Fairy Bell Sisters to life.

Magic Fairy Forest

Author: Mark Shulman
Editor: Sterling Publishing Company, Inc.
ISBN: 9781402718069
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The invitations to the once-in-a-millenium party have arrived--and every child's presence is requested! Once every thousand years, deep in the magic forest, the fairies hold a special dance. The time is now, so make sure to invite all the enchanted guests: the royal family in their castle; trolls, gnomes, elves, and leprechauns; animals in the magical barn; winged beings up in "cloud city"; and water creatures in the hidden glen. Pretty stickers make each picture captivating, and kids will love creating this fairytale world.

Using Wordless Picture Books

Author: Katharyn E. Tuten-Puckett
Editor: Libraries Unlimited
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This companion guide to Wordless/Almost Wordless Picture Books offers hundreds of ideas for using wordless picture books in the classroom or library. A special author section focuses on ten major authors; another section focuses on recent titles, with annotations and bibliographies.

Subject Guide To Children S Books In Print

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Adventuring With Books

Author: National Council of Teachers of English, Committee on the Elementary School Booklist Staff
Editor: National Council of Teachers
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Intended for teachers of preschool through sixth grade children, librarians, parents, educational media specialists, and students of children's literature, this bibliography contains annotations of 2,500 recommended books for children. The annotations, listed in alphabetical order by author, are divided into several categories, including the following: (1) traditional literature, (2) modern fantasy, (3) science fiction, (4) historical fiction, (5) contemporary fiction, (6) poetry, (7) holidays, (8) social studies, (9) biography, (10) the sciences, (11) the arts, (12) sports and games, and (13) hobbies. A professional category lists authors' essays, bibliographies, criticism, teaching methods, and textbooks. The volume concludes with a directory of publishers, and indexes for titles and authors. (HTH)

Tales Of The Whosawhachits

Author: Patricia O'Grady
Editor: AuthorHouse
ISBN: 9781452025063
File Size: 19,95 MB
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An enchanting tale revolves around a young boy Kyle Janis. His journey begins when he stumbles upon the secret entrance way to the underworld realms of fairies, trolls, gnomes, and mysterious whosawhachits. He is held prisoner by the impish purple whosawhachits; and the realms must go to war to free him. He finds himself caught in their battle for the title of key holder of the realms and possession of the magical diamond key. This delightful story and its charming characters is an entertaining adventure which will leave you wanting more. The boy discovers that the underworld realms are responsible for many unexplained mysteries. Kyle is finally rescued by the gnomes and returned home, only to find that no one believes the missing boys tales of secret lands and magical creatures. This book and its endearing characters will capture the hearts of both boys and girls, and has received rave reviews. This is book one of the series.

A To Zoo

Author: Carolyn W. Lima
Editor: New York : Bowker
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A guide to over 8500 picture books classified by subject and indexed by author, title, and illustrator.

Challenging The Gifted

Author: Corinne P. Clendening
Editor: New York : Bowker
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Supplies guidance on the development of special educational programs for gifted children in grades kindergarten to twelfth grade.

The Fairy Bell Sisters Hearts And Flowers For Clara

Author: Margaret McNamara
Editor: HarperCollins UK
ISBN: 0007523238
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Do you believe in fairies? Join Tinker Bell’s sisters on a magical valentine’s adventure.

The Games Of Children

Author: Henry Bett
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Rumpelstiltskin S Secret

Author: Harry Rand
Editor: Routledge
ISBN: 1351204130
File Size: 79,51 MB
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Everyone knows Rumpelstiltskin's story—or thinks they do. We heard it as children. We might affectionately remember the adult voices reciting the tale or recall the light in the room and the time of day when we enjoyed hearing this scripted performance. A grown-up's voice added roughness and pitch to mimic the characters, to murmur tension-filled passages, to pause drawing out the suspense between the Queen's guesses. Maybe the storyteller's voice finally rose to exult when shouting the discovered name or, drawing close, whispered it malevolently. Those long-ago readers intended to enchant us, sometimes to put us to sleep, and for a while we delighted in this magical performance. Then we grew up: obligated to attend to an adult's endless travails, we forgot little Rumpelstiltskin. But he eventually returned. Years later we told this story to our children joining a parade of generations stretching back—no one knows how far. We voluntarily enrolled in a long procession that greys toward the back of the line, blurred, nameless, and wispy before the figures pale translucent and finally become invisible. We became merely the foremost reciters of a tale whose narration enrolled us in a club whose rules we think we know, but don't really. This tale may count among the world's oldest dirty jokes. The punchline misplaced, over time its wickedly funny insights about adult life passed for childish nonsense.