Scandinavian legends and folk-tales

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Gwyn Jones
Oxford University Press, 1956 - Fairy tales - 222 pages
2 Reviews
Twenty-four tales from the folklore of Denmark, Norway, Iceland, and Finland.

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User Review  - empress8411 - LibraryThing

An nice compilation of folk and fairy tales from Scandinavia. Lots of trolls and witches and winter gods. I enjoyed this collection and would recommend it to anyone who likes fairy tales or folk tales. Would be good bedtime reading for boys 6-10 - lots of adventures and action. Read full review

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User Review  - Michael Kucharski - Goodreads

Retold by Gwyn Jones and illustrated by Joan Kiddell-Monroe. Over twenty tales to be found under such groupings as Princes and Trolls, Tales from the Ingle-Nook, From the Land of Fire and Ice (Iceland ... Read full review

Contents

jpPrince Lindworm
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W The Wild Swans
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Whitetoes and BushyBride
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