5 edition of Tales from the Ile of Mulberry found in the catalog.
Tales from the Ile of Mulberry
July 1989 by Vantage Press .
Written in English
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Fairy Tales from the Isle of Man – Dora Broome. On Octo By bookramblings In Reviews. This is the first published edition from March by Puffin Books and includes twenty five tales, it is beautifully illustrated by John Harwood with six drawings inside along with the colour pictures on the front and back covers which I have.
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Contains 28 Scandinavian folktales. The “Almanac of Ælfin Antics” is a publication by Abela Publishing containing folklore, folk tales, fairy tales and other children’s stories from around the world.
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On a warm or hot sunny day on the Island this light-to-carry book makes for perfect outdoor aloud reading down one of the very many lovely glens; at Fairy Bridge (but mind the traffic driving over), on the beach at Cornaa, sat in the ruins of the church at Peel castle, the quayside at Ramsey harbour to be honest, almost anywhere I once experienced a charming encounter; a passer-by who 3/5(1).
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Tales of the City is something of a gay cat with nine lives, returning this summer for a fourth limited series adaption. Earlier adaptations were produced in. Get this from a library! Fairy tales from the Isle of Man. [Dora Broome; John Harwood] -- "The old language of the island is Manx Gaelic, and these are the old stories, passed down by word of mouth from the old days to now, when Dora Broome has written them down in English for many more.The tales of this book explore and extend the world established by the Earthsea novels--yet each stands on its own.
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