3 edition of A cavalcade of sea legends. found in the catalog.
Tales and poems from many countries about the sea and sea creatures.
|Statement||Illustrated by Krystyna Turska.|
|Contributions||Turska, Krystyna, 1933- illus.|
|LC Classifications||PZ5.B78822 Cal3|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||viii, 274 p.|
|Number of Pages||274|
|LC Control Number||77175941|
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Format: Library Binding. The perfect book for any person obsessed with folk tales. This book contains poetry, ballads, songs, sea-myths and legends; and as I mentioned before, folklore. Most of the stories range from two to five pages, and have a celtic or norse feel.4/5(1).
This book contains poetry, ballads, songs, sea-myths and legends; and as I mentioned before, folklore. Most of the stories range from two to five pages, and have a celtic or norse feel. Wether you are just curious about the life seafaring men led, and their superstitions, beliefs, and ballads; or a devourer of folklore and the like, I would most definitely recommend this book for you.4/5(1).
A Cavalcade of Sea Legends [Editor, Illustrated by Krystyna Turska michael Brown, Krystyna Turska] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. A CAVALCADE OF SEA LEGENDS by Michael -- Ed. Brown | Kirkus Reviews This is more a treasury of lore than a collection of roundly realized stories such as Manning-Sanders.
London ed. published in under title: The Hamish Hamilton book of sea legends. Description: viii, pages: illustrations ; 26 cm: Contents: Mermaids and Monsters --Superstitions and Legends --Voyages and Adventures. A Cavalcade of Sea Legends. Resource Type: Book.
Author: Michael Brown. Publisher: Hill and Wang. ISBN: Teacher Resource: Yes. Vendor 1: A Drop of Water. Resource Type: Book. Beginning with a child exploring the water in a creek, Morrison imagines how a drop on his finger made its journey through the water cycle.