|Author:||Pat Bargielski,W. S. Kuniczak|
|Title:||The Glass Mountain: Twenty-Six Ancient Polish Folktales and Fables|
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|ePUB size:||1178 kb|
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|Category:||Mythology and Folk Tales|
|Publisher:||Hippocrene Books (September 1, 1992)|
e-pl -. Personal Name: Kuniczak, W. 1930-2000. Publication, Distribution, et. New York On this site it is impossible to download the book, read the book online or get the contents of a book. The administration of the site is not responsible for the content of the site. The data of catalog based on open source database. All rights are reserved by their owners. Download book The glass mountain : twenty-six ancient Polish folktales and fables, . Kuniczak ; illustrated by Pat Bargielski.
Presents retellings of traditional Polish tales including How the princess learned to laugh, Pan Twardowski. W. S. Kuniczak (Author), Pat Bargielski (Illustrator).
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The Glass Mountain : ix Ancient Polish Folk Tales and Fables. Select Format: Hardcover. Presents retellings of traditional Polish tales including "How the princess learned to laugh," "Pan Twardowski," "Where devils are helpless," and "The sorcerer's apprentice. ISBN13:9780781800877. Release Date:September 1992.
The Glass Mountain: Twenty-Eight Ancient Polish Folktales and Fables, by . Kuniczak and Pat Bargielski, These are truly ancient traditional Polish tales that have the childhood feeling of fairy tales. An enjoyable read for readers of all ages. Solaris, by Stanislaw Lem, This was the first book published in the US by Lem. Lem has written multiple books and is know for his science fiction, philosophical, and satirical writing. Check out other books written by him as well.
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A hearty collection of Polish and Ruthenian tales recalled from Kuniczak's youth, featuring plucky peasant lads, imprisoned princesses, cruel squires, ghosts, hidden treasures, sorcerers, and plenty of demons. Jauntily told, the stories combine quick action and familiar motifs (magic shoes, tasks, journeys) with clever twists (a & helps a needy family by capturing Gnawing Poverty and knocking out its teeth) . 26 Ancient Polish Folk-tales and Fables. Kuniczak & illustrated by Pat Bargielski.
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