Norse Mythology...According to Uncle Einar

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Xlibris Corporation, Dec 7, 2000 - Fiction - 216 pages
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“Norse Mythology...According to Uncle Einar” is actually a “children’s book for grown-ups” with plenty of illustrations. It’s a humorous re-telling of 17 of your favorite tales, starting with “How Asgard was Built and how Odin Got a Horse” and winding up with “The War to End All”.
 

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Norse myths retold in a modern American rather blue collar Scandinavian immigrant settng, presumably by the reprobate uncle Einar to his neices/nephews. Some of it is really funny and all of it is ... Read full review

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Sibley is a specialist in norse mythology, folklore, and runes. She currently teaches and writes.

Leib has taught at the Bradley Academy for the visual arts since 1994.

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