Scottish Fairy Tales

Scottish Fairy Tales None

  • Title: Scottish Fairy Tales
  • Author: Philip Wilson
  • ISBN: 9780947782023
  • Page: 382
  • Format: Paperback
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    • I was a little bit disappointed in this book, because it was so simple. I mean fairy tales are not written in a very complicated way, but this was obviously for small kids. I didn't like the illustrations either. I'm sorry to all those who say that they liked them, but I find the children (me including - yes, I am a big child) to be a lot more interested in modern animation and pretty pictures. This was not it. And I'm sure that old people and artsy people might like them. Well - good for them. [...]

    • Bonitos cuentos escoceses que te transportan a un lugar mágico que existe de verdad. me encanta la mitología, las moralejas, los personajes,historias diferentes que deberían ser más leídas.

    • Check out my blog to see a couple pictures of Loch Lomond in the post ---> htpp://allthebookblognamesaretakenAlso on Facebook ---> facebook/AllTheBookBlTwitter: @SarahBear8301I picked up this little gem in a store when Mom and I were in Scotland in 2009. We were on a day trip that included a visit to Loch Lomond, but opted not to go on the little cruise around the loch. Instead we meandered down the paths and took beautiful picture of Ben Lomond and these lovely ducks who wanted to follow [...]

    • I've had this book for years and have finally picked it up. I read a few stories between longer books.Annnnd several months later, I'm now finished. It was a good collection: lots of stories that reflected well-known fairy tales (there are several with the Rumpelstiltskin theme) and plenty more I'd never heard of. The one big drawback for me is the lack of any historical notes or context. I'd like to know where in Scotland these tales were popular and why, and how they were influenced, and what [...]

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