The little book of folklore

£7.99

From the famous Arthurian legends to monsters and faeries, The Little Book of Folklore explores the magical and mystical tales that have shaped the British Isles. Filled with stories of iconic characters like Robin Hood and Merlin, as well as lesser-known tales of giants and witches, this book is a beginner’s guide to this world of myth and wonder.

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Step into the enchanting world of British and Irish folklore with this captivating introduction to the myth and magic of old

Folklore brings to life mythical creatures, fantastical knights and formidable spirits, and passes these stories down through the generations. From the famous Arthurian legends to monsters, sprites and faeries, The Little Book of Folklore explores the magical and mystical tales that have shaped the British Isles. Filled with stories of iconic characters like Robin Hood and Merlin, as well as lesser-known tales of the Green Man, giants and witches, this book is a beginner’s guide to this world of intrigue and wonder.

As well as the stories themselves, this beautiful little book also explores:
– Modern customs and traditions grounded in folklore, such as May Day and Halloween
– The deep connection between folklore and nature
– The historical context surrounding folklore and the insight it gives us into the beliefs of British and Irish people in times gone by

Discover the captivating stories behind the history of the British Isles and go on a journey through this land of myth and legend.

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Dimensions 14.8 × 10.5 cm
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