Apr 20, 2021
A Book Of Ogres And Trolls
Posted by Ruth Manning-Sanders Robin Jacques

This is an anthology of fairy tales from around the world that have been collected and retold by Ruth Manning Sanders It is one in a long series of such anthologies by the author.Table of ContentsForeword1 The Good Ogre Russia 2 Tritil, Litil, and the Birds Ireland 3 The Ogre s Breath Sicily 4 The Gold Knob Iceland 5 The Children on the Pillar Russia 6 Sigurd tThis is an anthology of fairy tales from around the world that have been collected and retold by Ruth Manning Sanders It is one in a long series of such anthologies by the author.Table of ContentsForeword1 The Good Ogre Russia 2 Tritil, Litil, and the Birds Ireland 3 The Ogre s Breath Sicily 4 The Gold Knob Iceland 5 The Children on the Pillar Russia 6 Sigurd the King s Son Iceland 7 The Girl in the Basket Italy 8 Cow Bu cola Iceland 9 The Green Bird Sicily 10 Jon and the Troll Wife Iceland 11 The Little Tailor and the Three Dogs Germany 12 The Troll s Little Daughter Denmark 13 Nils in the Forest Denmark

  • Title: A Book Of Ogres And Trolls
  • Author: Ruth Manning-Sanders Robin Jacques
  • ISBN: 9780416672305
  • Page: 278
  • Format: Hardcover
  • A Book Of Ogres And Trolls This is an anthology of fairy tales from around the world that have been collected and retold by Ruth Manning Sanders It is one in a long series of such anthologies by the author Table of ContentsFore

    Mary Catelli

    Fairy tales about the world, with country sources but no and nice illustrations, retold for children.Fairy tales with ogres mostly evil and trolls both good and evil and even the only beneficent stepmother I ve seen in fairy tales The characters have to steal things back from them, or use their aid to deal with problems, or work for them and triumph.


    Chrissy

    Terrific story teller type book with old world stories that kids love to hear over and over again Definitely one to keep on the shelf for bed time stories.


    Walt

    The stories are interesting Like most fairy tales for children, the most common theme was a poor, but honest, boy rescues a princess, marries her, and lives happily ever after The stories are not that entertaining, some are ridiculously absurd even for children s fairy tales However, the redeeming quality of the book is the different portrayal of ogres and trolls Wherever Manning Sanders found these stories, they do not fit the typical mold.Unfortunately, Manning Sanders does not disclose any hi [...]



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