American Children's Folklore
Simon J. Bronner
August House, 1988 - Juvenile Nonfiction - 281 pages
Concentrating on lore gathered since World War II, Bronner shows the resilience of children's folklore--how it has incorporated social change and regional differences while remaining very similar through several generations and across the United States.
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