eBook Legends, Myths, and Folktales, 2nd Edition

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  • ISBN-10: 1615355669
  • ISBN-13: 9781615355662
  • DDC: 398.2
  • Grade Level Range: 2nd Grade - 6th Grade
  • 64 Pages | eBook
  • Original Copyright 2012 | Published/Released August 2013
  • This publication's content originally published in print form: 2012
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Overview

Updated for 2012 and part of the Britannica Learning Library Series, hear about the exciting magical tales that have entertained us for centuries, taught us right from wrong, and explained the mysteries of the world.

Table of Contents

Front Cover.
Title Page.
Copyright Page.
Introduction.
Table of Contents.
1: Myths and Legends, Folktales and Fables: Stories of Wonders and Everyday Life.
2: Atlas: The Bearer of the World.
3: Dragons: Beasts of Fire and Mist.
4: An Asian Folktale: Who Will Marry Mousie?.
5: Aesop's Fables: Animal Stories That Teach.
6: Europe.
7: A European Folktale: The Country Mouse and the Town Mouse.
8: A Jewish Legend: The Golem of Prague.
9: A British Legend: King Arthur's Knights of the Round Table.
10: A Greek Legend: Odysseus and the Cyclops.
11: A Story form Ancient Greece: The Trojan Horse.
12: Thor: The Thunder God.
13: A Russian Folktale: The Bear and the Old Man.
14: Asia.
15: A Chinese Cinderella Story: Yeh-Shen.
16: A Story from Japan: The Stonecutter.
17: A Korean Folktale: The Tiger in the Trap.
18: A South Asian Tale: The Monkey and the String of Pearls.
19: From the Kalilah wa Dimnah: The Poor Man and the Flask of Oil.
20: A Cambodian Myth: Moni Mekhala and Ream Eyso.
21: Australia.
22: An Australian Tale: How Kangaroo Got His Tail.
23: Africa.
24: A Story from Ghana: Ananse and the Wisdom Pot.
25: A Nigerian Folktale: The Monkey Court.
26: A Zulu Story: Jackal Gets Away.
27: The Americas.
28: A Mayan Story: Rabbit Throws Away His Sandal.
29: Paul Bunyan: The Tale of a Lumberjack.
30: An Inuit Tale: How Crow Brought Daylight to the World.
31: A Native American Legend: Coyote Brings Fire.
32: A Cherokee Story: Why Possum's Tail Is Bare.
33: A Fable of the Pacific Northwest: Raven and Crow's Potlatch.
Glossary.
Index.
Front Cover.
Title Page.
Other Frontmatter.
Copyright Page.
Introduction.
Table of Contents.
1: Myths and Legends, Folktales and Fables: Stories of Wonders and Everyday Life.
2: Atlas: The Bearer of the World.
3: Dragons: Beasts of Fire and Mist.
4: An Asian Folktale: Who Will Marry Mousie?.
5: Aesop's Fables: Animal Stories That Teach.
6: Europe.
7: A European Folktale: The Country Mouse and the Town Mouse.
8: A Jewish Legend: The Golem of Prague.
9: A British Legend: King Arthur's Knights of the Round Table.
10: A Greek Legend: Odysseus and the Cyclops.
11: A Story from Ancient Greece: The Trojan Horse.
12: Thor: The Thunder God.
13: A Russian Folktale: The Bear and the Old Man.
14: Asia.
15: A Chinese Cinderella Story: Yeh-Shen.
16: A Story from Japan: The Stonecutter.
17: A Korean Folktale: The Tiger in the Trap.
18: A South Asian Tale: The Monkey and the String of Pearls.
19: From the Kalilah Wa Dimnah: The Poor Man and the Flask of Oil.
20: A Cambodian Myth: Moni Mekhala and Ream Eyso.
21: Australia.
22: An Australian Tale: How Kangaroo Got His Tail.
23: Africa.
24: A Story from Ghana: Ananse and the Wisdom Pot.
25: A Nigerian Folktale: The Monkey Court.
26: A Zulu Story: Jackal Gets Away.
27: The Americas.
28: A Mayan Story: Rabbit Throws Away His Sandal.
29: Paul Bunyan: The Tale of a Lumberjack.
30: An Inuit Tale: How Crow Brought Daylight to the World.
31: A Native American Legend: Coyote Brings Fire.
32: A Cherokee Story: Why Possum's Tail Is Bare.
33: A Fable of the Pacific Northwest: Raven and Crow's Potlatch.
Glossary.
Index.