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The 15 stories contained in this free eBook have been selected from the books that make up the series “Fairy Tales, Folklore, Myths and Legends from Around the World” Fifteen stories have been selected from the books in the series. So you will find stories from ancient Celtic England, Wales, Ireland and Scotland. As well as Roma and Gypsy stories which have travelled across The 15 stories contained in this free eBook have been selected from the books that make up the series “Fairy Tales, Folklore, Myths and Legends from Around the World” Fifteen stories have been selected from the books in the series. So you will find stories from ancient Celtic England, Wales, Ireland and Scotland. As well as Roma and Gypsy stories which have travelled across Europe from the Black Sea region. There are also stories from the Zulus and Bushmen of South Africa, to the Orient, the Silk Route, the Vikings, the Red Indians of North America and beyond. The books in the series are rare and out of print books and have been republished as part of a Social Enterprise project where the main aim is to give a large portion of the profits to charity. In fact 33% of the profit from each book sold is donated to charities that specialise in educational scholarships for the underprivileged; and the beneficiaries of these scholarships are spread around the globe. This is eBook is but a sampler of the rich and diverse tapestry of tales and folk-lore contained in the volumes published to date. We encourage you to visit our webpage listed in the book. We also encourage you to pass this free eBook on to anyone and everyone you know, especially teachers and those with young children. The stories in this volume are: The Lost Message The Further Adventures Of Eut-Le-Ten The Vampire The Slippers Of The Twelve Princesses King O'toole And St. Kevin The Young King Of Easaidh Ruadh. The Story Of Gelert Tom Tit Tot Lawkamercyme The Perfidious Vizier The Magic Of The Old Monk Gulambara And Sulambara The Rabbi’s Bogey-Man The Story Of The Boy And The Old Woman, And How The Wasp Got His Small Waist Twas The Night Before Christmas So we invite to download this free ebook, and then sit back and be prepared to laugh or be amazed at the antics and outcomes of these magical stories. KEYWORDS/TAGS: fairy tales, folklore, myths, legends, children’s stories, childrens stories, bygone era, fairydom, magical, ethereal, fairy land, classic stories, children’s bedtime stories, happy place, happiness, Lost Message, Adventures, Eut-Le-Ten, Vampire, Slippers, Twelve Princesses, 12, King O'toole, St. Kevin, goose, Young King, Easaidh Ruadh, Story Of Gelert, Bethgellert, Bedgelert, Tom Tit Tot, Lawkamercyme, Lord Have Mercy on Me, Perfidious Vizier, Magic Of The Old Monk, Gulambara, Sulambara, Rabbi, Bogey-Man, Boy, Old Woman, Wasp, Small Waist, Twas The Night Before Christmas, Viking edition


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The 15 stories contained in this free eBook have been selected from the books that make up the series “Fairy Tales, Folklore, Myths and Legends from Around the World” Fifteen stories have been selected from the books in the series. So you will find stories from ancient Celtic England, Wales, Ireland and Scotland. As well as Roma and Gypsy stories which have travelled across The 15 stories contained in this free eBook have been selected from the books that make up the series “Fairy Tales, Folklore, Myths and Legends from Around the World” Fifteen stories have been selected from the books in the series. So you will find stories from ancient Celtic England, Wales, Ireland and Scotland. As well as Roma and Gypsy stories which have travelled across Europe from the Black Sea region. There are also stories from the Zulus and Bushmen of South Africa, to the Orient, the Silk Route, the Vikings, the Red Indians of North America and beyond. The books in the series are rare and out of print books and have been republished as part of a Social Enterprise project where the main aim is to give a large portion of the profits to charity. In fact 33% of the profit from each book sold is donated to charities that specialise in educational scholarships for the underprivileged; and the beneficiaries of these scholarships are spread around the globe. This is eBook is but a sampler of the rich and diverse tapestry of tales and folk-lore contained in the volumes published to date. We encourage you to visit our webpage listed in the book. We also encourage you to pass this free eBook on to anyone and everyone you know, especially teachers and those with young children. The stories in this volume are: The Lost Message The Further Adventures Of Eut-Le-Ten The Vampire The Slippers Of The Twelve Princesses King O'toole And St. Kevin The Young King Of Easaidh Ruadh. The Story Of Gelert Tom Tit Tot Lawkamercyme The Perfidious Vizier The Magic Of The Old Monk Gulambara And Sulambara The Rabbi’s Bogey-Man The Story Of The Boy And The Old Woman, And How The Wasp Got His Small Waist Twas The Night Before Christmas So we invite to download this free ebook, and then sit back and be prepared to laugh or be amazed at the antics and outcomes of these magical stories. KEYWORDS/TAGS: fairy tales, folklore, myths, legends, children’s stories, childrens stories, bygone era, fairydom, magical, ethereal, fairy land, classic stories, children’s bedtime stories, happy place, happiness, Lost Message, Adventures, Eut-Le-Ten, Vampire, Slippers, Twelve Princesses, 12, King O'toole, St. Kevin, goose, Young King, Easaidh Ruadh, Story Of Gelert, Bethgellert, Bedgelert, Tom Tit Tot, Lawkamercyme, Lord Have Mercy on Me, Perfidious Vizier, Magic Of The Old Monk, Gulambara, Sulambara, Rabbi, Bogey-Man, Boy, Old Woman, Wasp, Small Waist, Twas The Night Before Christmas, Viking edition

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    A good collection This book contains a n interestingset of folk takes from all over the world Well worth the time taken to read the takes in depth. The stories are delightful and just get to be read out loud. They have the repetition that makers a programmer's war delight. A good collection This book contains a n interestingset of folk takes from all over the world Well worth the time taken to read the takes in depth. The stories are delightful and just get to be read out loud. They have the repetition that makers a programmer's war delight.

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