8 edition of Mermaid Tales from Around the World found in the catalog.
Written in English
|Contributions||Troy Howell (Illustrator)|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||96|
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Welcome to the online fairy tales list! Read the stories of some of the most famous folklorists and storytellers. People have been telling each other fairy tales since ancient times. Their characteristics include the appearance of fantastic elements in the form of talking animals, magic, witches and giants, knights and heroes. The first is the origin of the Sirens which comes from Greek mythology, and the second is the origin of mermaids from Assyria. Since this is from the view point of a mermaid and she is informing the human race about her people, this seemed like .
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Of the 12 tales, only Andersen's "The Little Mermaid" is very well known. The other entries come from around the world and from different times-ancient Greece to 19th-century America. As Osborne points out in her introduction, these selections feature strong heroines who just happen to have fish tails/5(26).
This is a collection of twelve tales featuring mermaid/merman figures from around the world. The stories featured are French, North American Indian, Greek, Irish, Ukrainian, Nigerian, Japanese, English, Chinese, Iranian, German, and Danish/5.
This encyclopedic tome compiles folktales, sightings, legends and lore into a definitive compendium of all things related to merfolk and their kin.
As the author says in her introduction, she has gathered together scholarly accounts, written articles, tales and ballads from around the world that relate to mermaids and other water spirits.5/5(6). 16 Mermaids From Around The World China: Hai Ho Shang With the body of a large fish and the shaved head of a Buddhist priest, the giant Hai Ho Shang drags entire boats underwater, drowning all on board.
To repel him, burn feathers on : Margaret Kingsbury. Buy a cheap copy of Mermaid Tales from Around the World book by Mary Pope Osborne.
Greek frescos, primitive African paintings, Irish pub signs, and illuminated manuscripts adorn twelve immortal mermaid tales from a wide range of cultures, Free shipping over $Cited by: 1. Published in paperback as A Serenade of Mermaids: Mermaid Tales from Around the World.
Lavishly designed and illustrated, this beautiful book is the definitive collection of mermaid lore. A catch of international mermaids, from a Japanese ningyo and a Swiss nix to an Irish merrow and an Alaskan nuquot swim through the pages of this elegant volume.4/5. Shirley Climo's love of folklore began in her childhood and has provided the background for many of her children's books, such as The Korean Cinderella, Magic & Mischief: Tales from Cornwall, A Treasury of Princesses: Princess Tales from Around the World, A Treasury of Mermaids: Mermaid Tales from Around the World, and Someone Saw a Spider: Spider Facts /5(5).
Get this from a library. Mermaid tales from around the world. [Mary Pope Osborne; Troy Howell;] -- A collection of twelve mermaid tales from around the world, featuring such sources as France, Greece, and North Africa. Published in paperback as A Serenade of Mermaids: Mermaid Tales from Around the World.
Lavishly designed and illustrated, this beautiful book is the definitive collection of mermaid lore. A catch of More. Mermaid and Other Water Spirit Tales From Around the World book. Read 2 reviews from the world's largest community for readers. Appearing under many diff /5. Many of the stories adapted and collected here can be readily found in other sources, such as Mary Pope Osborne's Mermaid Tales from Around the World ().
While the introduction to each tale demonstrates prodigious research, it becomes confusing in the inclusion of countries and of the various names of mermaids, until readers may feel awash in information/5(4).
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Debbie Dadey's Mermaid Tales titles: Book #1 - Trouble at Trident Academy; Book #2 - Battle of the Best Friends; Book #3 - A Whale of a Tale; Book #4 - Danger in the Deep Blue Sea, #5 The Lost Princess, #6 The Secret Sea Horse, #7 Dream of the Blue Turtle, Boxed Set: A Mermaid Tales Sparkling Collection(Books #1-#5).
Description: Enchanting tales of sea nymphs from twelve cultures, including Chinese, Iranian, African, and Native American, are eloquently retold by a master storyteller and illustrated in the distinctive style of each culture. Reprint. Enchanting tales of sea nymphs from twelve cultures, including Chinese, Iranian, African, and Native American, are eloquently retold by a master storyteller and illustrated in the distinctive style of each culture.
Reprint.5/5(1). About the Book Greek frescos, primitive African paintings, Irish pub signs, and illuminated manuscripts adorn twelve immortal mermaid tales from a wide range of cultures, gracefully told anew and dramatically illustrated in the style of each story's native country.
The most common story involves a young maiden named Melusine who tries to avenge her mother by harming her father, only to be cursed with a serpent's tail. Melusine can have one or two tails, even wings. Ningyo-Japan. More like a sea monster than a mermaid, the Ningyo has the body of a giant fish, with a human face and a monkey's mouth.
The Little Mermaid is a Danish story. One of the most famous fairy tales in the world, the Little Mermaid is written by one of the most notable fairy tale authors - Hans Christian Andersen.
Fairytalez has gathered tales of mermaids from around the world, with classics such as The Little Mermaid, The Girl-Fish, The Golden Mermaid, and much more. With tales of mermaids from France, Germany, China and many other locations, it’s a treasury of mermaid lore.
The book has 15 stories by Hans Christen Andersen. Mermaid Tales, Debbie Dadey, Children's Author, Simon & Schuster. Print this Page (white background) Meet Debbie & the Mermaids! LEARNING. Activities! Magazine 1 Magazine 2 Magazine 3 Magazine 4.Click to read more about Mermaid Tales from Around the World by Mary Pope Osborne.
LibraryThing is a cataloging and social networking site for booklovers/5(3).Mermaid Tales series publication began in when the first book in the series Trouble at Trident Academy was published.
The first four book in the series (Trouble at Trident Academy, A Whale of a Tale, Danger in the Deep Blue Sea and Battle of the Best Friends.) were published in collectively.