Ghosts, giants, and gods, oh my! These folklore E-books have it all. Power up those E-readers, get comfortable, and dive into these fun folklore books:
supernatural detectives became popular in television and movies, there was Carnacki,the Ghost-Finder. This E-book is a collection of supernatural detective
short stories by author William Hope Hodgson. First published in 1913, the
stories center around the "detective of the occult," Thomas Carnacki, as he attempts to get the
bottom of numerous hauntings and other mysterious paranormal disturbances.
The Mammoth Book of Celtic Myths and Legends
Written by Peter
Berresford Ellishas, The Mammoth Book of Celtic Myths and Legends is
overflowing with tales of gods, goddesses, heroes and heroines. Developed from
an early oral storytelling tradition dating back to the dawn of European
culture, Ellishas brings some of the oldest and most vibrant of Europe's
mythologies to life.
Kate and the
A clever twist
on a classic fairy tale, Mary Pope Osborne and Giselle Potter's Kate and the Beanstalk stars a whip-smart girl instead of traditionally lazy,
not-so-bright Jack. Giselle Potter's enchanting illustrations bring Kate, the
inspiring heroine, to life. You'll cheer on this resourceful, gutsy girl as she
outsmarts the famously greedy giant.
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