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    For sale with exclusive rights in: CA US Not for sale in: GB
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    Distributor: National Book Network Availability: Available On Sale Date: Jan 31, 2020 Carton Quantity: 24 $20.00 CAD
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Welsh Fairytales
Sixteen Mysterious Myths and Legends from the Hills and Valleys of Wales
Retold by: Philip Wilson Introduction by: Neil Philip

Retold by :

Philip Wilson ,

Introduction by :

Neil Philip

Imprint:

Armadillo

ISBN:

9781861478702

Product Form:

Hardcover
Hardcover
English

Audience:

Juvenile: Grade (US) P - 12
Jan 31, 2020
$20.00 CAD
Active

Dimensions:

10.52in x 7.2 x 0.59 in | 1.07 lb

Page Count:

96 pages

Illustrations:

0 illustrations
Armadillo
JUVENILE FICTION / Fairy Tales & Folklore / Anthologies
  • Short Description
The traditional stories of Wales conjure up a world of adventure and chivalry. Knights and princesses, kings and bards, and the little people who can make the impossible happen – these are just a few of the characters in the stories featured in this book. Drawing on ancient traditions, handed down for centuries by word of mouth, this book features sixteen of the most famous tales from the fertile plains and high mountain passes of Wales. They tell of the great hero, King Arthur, and his Knights of the Round Table. They speak of magical encounters with the fairies, who can make a castle appear out of the air, and of a shepherd high in the mountains of Caermarthen who falls in love with the Maiden from the Lake. All the tales are simply retold by Philip Wilson, with a lively introduction by folklorist Neil Philip.
The traditional stories of Wales conjure up a world of adventure and chivalry. Knights and princesses, kings and bards, and the little people who can make the impossible happen – these are just a few of the characters in the stories featured in this book. Drawing on ancient traditions, handed down for centuries by word of mouth, this book features sixteen of the most famous tales from the fertile plains and high mountain passes of Wales. They tell of the great hero, King Arthur, and his Knights of the Round Table. They speak of magical encounters with the fairies, who can make a castle appear out of the air, and of a shepherd high in the mountains of Caermarthen who falls in love with the Maiden from the Lake. All the tales are simply retold by Philip Wilson, with a lively introduction by folklorist Neil Philip.

Philip Wilson is the author of several books on religion and mythology, and is an enthusiast for all kinds of traditional tales. His other books include Irish Fairytales, Scottish Fairytales and Celtic Fairytales, all published by Armadillo. Renowned folklorist and scholar Neil Philip introduces the tales.

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