Out of the Everywhere

Out of the Everywhere

Tales for the New World

Book - 2000
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Baker & Taylor
Filled with spectacular illustrations, a modern retelling of classic folktales includes Pinkoya's Child, which was originally from Chile, now set on the coast of North America, and the Russian tale entitled Little Daughter of the Snow, now set on the prairie.

Perseus Publishing
In this dramatically illustrated book, master storyteller Jan Andrews takes folk tales from old cultures and retells them in new ways for modern audiences. Transformed tales from the motherland include: ?Pinkoya’s Child,” from Chile, now set on the coast of North America; ?Little Daughter of the Snow,” from Russia, now set on the prairie; and ?Pradeep and the Princess Labam,” from India, now set in a New World forest. ?Ng’s cool, brooding full-page paintings have an intense presence that enhances the stories’ exotic flavor, and the overall design is elegant. A book not to miss.” ? Booklist


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Offers a collection of tales from around the world, including "The Pincoya's Child" from Chile and "Little Daughter of the Snow" from Russia, reset in Canada to reflect the wide variety of immigrant traditions in that country.

Publisher: Toronto : Douglas & McIntyre, 2000
ISBN: 9780888994028
0888994028
Branch Call Number: J AND SHORT STORIES
Characteristics: 95 p.: ill
Additional Contributors: Ng, Simon

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