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ISBN:0912670495
Author: Ethel Johnston Phelps,Pamela Baldwin Ford
ISBN13: 978-0912670492
Title: Tatterhood and other tales: Stories of magic and adventure
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Language: English
Category: Social Sciences
Publisher: The Feminist Press (1978)
Pages: 170

Tatterhood and other tales: Stories of magic and adventure by Ethel Johnston Phelps,Pamela Baldwin Ford



by Phelps, Ethel Johnston; Baldwin-Ford, Pamela. Publication date 1978. Topics Tales, Folklore, Fairy tales. Publisher Old Westbury, . Collection inlibrary; printdisabled; ; china. Digitizing sponsor Internet Archive. Contributor Internet Archive. Bibliography: p. 165. A collection of traditional tales from Norway, England, China, and many other countries. Camera Canon EOS 5D Mark II. City Old Westbury, . Extramarc University of Illinois Urbana-Champaign (PZ). Books for People with Print Disabilities. Internet Archive Books. Uploaded by PhanS on June 23, 2010.

Tatterhood and Other Tales Paperback – January 1, 1993. The book introduces you to a whole new world of stories that were handed down to generation to generation by the women of the families. Each tale gives the flavor of the region it originates from, and Phelps includes notes on the stories’ themes and each story’s origins.

Tatterhood -Unanana and the elephant -TheHedley Kow -Theprince and the three fates -Janet and Tamlin -What happened to six wives who ate onions -Kate Crackernuts -Three strong women -TheBlack Bull of Norroway -Kamala and the Seven thieves -Thegiant caterpillar -Thelaird's lass and the gobha's son -Thehunted hare -Theyoung head of the family -Thelegend of Knockmany -Kupti and Imani -Thelute player -Clever. Ed: Ethel Johnston Phelps. Subject: Fairy tales.

Tatterhood and other tales Close. 1 2 3 4 5. Want to Read. These twenty-five traditional tales come from Asia, Europe, Africa, and the Americas. All the central characters are spirited females-decisive heroes of extraordinary courage, wit, and achievement who set out to determine their own fate. Some of their stories are comic, some adventurous, some eerie, and some magical. The Chicago Sun-Times writes: "A sparkling gathering of traditional, yet little-known, tales from all parts of the globe. The female characters.

Used availability for Ethel Johnston Phelps's Tatterhood and Other Tales. July 2016 : USA Hardback.

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Tatterhood and Other Tales. Part of the Feminist Folk Tales from Around the World Series). Ethel Johnston Phelps. The Maid of the North: Feminist Folk Tales from Around the World. This book is awesome, esp. for girls. It features folk tales in which the protagonists are all smart, strong, clever, just girls or women. We read it to my daughter at 4, and at 9, she still goes back and rereads the stories. An excellent collection to read to both girls and boys! By Thriftbooks. com User, May 26, 1999. What a delightful range of stories. Nothing overly pointed or didatic here. Just good interesting stories that hold any child's attention

A collection of traditional tales from Norway, England, China, and many other countries.
Reviews: 7
terostr
Tatterhood is born riding a goat and waving a wooden spoon because her mother the queen disobeyed the witch who allowed her to conceive, but her twin sister is sweet and fair. Tatterhood, who always looks tattered, goes on a journey to find the troll who traded her sister’s head for a cow’s and defeats him. She meets a prince who asks why she dresses as she does and rides a goat. She immediately turns the goat to a horse, her tatters to finery, and her spoon into a wand. She and the prince live happily ever after.

“Tatterhood,” a Norwegian tale, is the first of 25 folk tales of brave, smart, and strong girls and women from collected, edited, and adapted from Africa, the Americas, Asia, Europe, the Middle East, and Russia by Ethel Johnston Phelps with a few grayscale illustrations by Pamela Baldwin Ford. Each tale gives the flavor of the region it originates from, and Phelps includes notes on the stories’ themes and each story’s origins. This volume is a necessary addition to any library.
Levion
Since I got this book from the library, it's all she's wanted to read at bedtime. I went ahead and just bought it so we could not only finish it, but own it. I think these stories are just as good as the popular fairy tales, actually! The writing is really good, and each story is really engrossing and features one or more highly capable female who does something positive (at the least) or heroic (at best). And the stories are from many different cultures, and each one comes with an explanation of its origins. These are not only entertaining, but send a great message to girls--that women don't have to be helpless or evil like they are in most of the famous fairy tales.
Invissibale
Oooh! What a delight! I confess, Tatterhood has long been one of my favorite fairy tales. Truthfully, I'm a genuine fairy tale aficionado, so I've many favorites, but Tatterhood is right at the top of the heap, and thanks to this book? My list of favorites near the top has grown significantly larger. What a wonderful collection! Some hilarious, some profound; nearly all featuring strong female heroines, who cannot help but inspire. A wonderful collection. If you enjoy fairy tales, don't hesitate, this will become a treasured addition to your collection.
Cordantrius
This book is awesome. Filled with tales both profound and funny. Accessible for younger audiences and fascinating for adults. I wish I'd had this growing up, but I will be happy to read it to my own children (and friends).
Agrainel
Not many pictures, but great stories for the imaginative mind and good subject matter for drawing and story-telling. When my kids were little, I bought this book in bulk for birthday presents for both girls and boys. Now I'm doing it with a new generation.
Mala
This book is a must for anyone who has a little girl. The stories in this anthology showcase feminine heroism in that the main protagonists, all of whom are female, succeed in achieving their goals through brains rather than brawn. That is of course with the notable exception of the tale of "Three Strong Women," which is a most amusing tale.
Vivaral
One of the best books for reading aloud to boys and girls. We read this to our son for years, and give it frequently as a gift to other kids ages 5 through 'tween'. Helps people of all ages see that resilience can start with awareness of, and action upon, other options. This collection of stories is being published again by the same author, half the stories at a time.
Great stories, well-written