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📒Celtic Tales 2 The Sea ✍ Jill Whalen
✏Celtic Tales 2 the Sea Book Summary : Celtic sea people come in as many varieties as there are people. Some are born to the sea; it is in their blood, like the Vikings. Some have the seafaring life cast upon them, like the men who are pressed into service with a hit on the back of the head. Others are running from life on the land, or cast into the sea through no fault of their own. There are merchants, pirates, privateers, and raiders. They trade if they can, but take what they want.
📒Favorite Celtic Fairy Tales ✍ Joseph Jacobs
✏Favorite Celtic Fairy Tales Book Summary : Eight tales: "The Fate of the Children of Lir," "The Shepherd of Middvai," "Beth Gellert," "The Tale of Ivan," "Morraha," "The Story of Deirdre," "The Llanfabon Changeling," and "The Sea-Maiden."
📒Celtic Tales 9 Gall The Continent ✍ Jill Whalen
✏Celtic Tales 9 Gall the Continent Book Summary : The continent of North America was known to the ancient Celtic clans as Gall, where the bitter man went. Meet some possible ancestors of Kennewick Man. Feel the excitement of the ice dam breaking to form the Columbia River or the horror as crop land disappeared under water and formed the Gulf of Mexico. Horses were forbidden; who brought them? Find out how they made bubble boats and teepees. They fought the elements, the buff alo, and the shave-head warriors. Learn about the destruction of the mound cities resulting in the formation of the treaty land. Celtic clans came from all over to settle here. Join them in these short tales. JILL WHALEN is a graduate of Millikin University and a member of Mensa. She writes the family folk tales from her home in the beautiful Missouri Ozarks.
📒Celtic Tales 3 Love ✍ Jill Whalen
✏Celtic Tales 3 Love Book Summary : Celtic traders and raiders have their swords and axes sharpened to go and fight the enemy. Their women have feminine wiles. The men don't stand a chance. Join their anguish, happiness, anger, and passion as they find their true love. Why was mead invented by a woman scholar? Who were the first citizen and citizeness of the Swiss? The Celtic men and women were exciting and sometimes ruthless people who lived on the edge, but all of them looked for love just like we do. Step back in time and put yourself there.
📒Celtic Tales 7 ✍ Jill Whalen
✏Celtic Tales 7 Book Summary : Who doesn't long for a little adventure in his or her life? These short stories bring you in touch with Celtic people as they charge through life. Join the boy whose best weapon was a soup ladle. Find out where the name Mongol originated. Be in France during the French Revolution and in many other places and time periods. One thing Celts do not do is give up. Whatever the situation, whatever the time period, these people grab the nearest weapon and charge right into danger. It is in their blood. You might think you have outmaneuvered them today, and even tomorrow, but sooner or later they will get what they want out of life. Join them in their adventures; go back in time for a little while and connect with those who came before.
📒Celtic Tales 8 ✍ Jill Whalen
✏Celtic Tales 8 Book Summary : Celtic heroes seize the moment and revel in life. Join them in their struggles and triumphs. What makes a man? Is it his age, or his size, or his mettle? Meet a man of seven years that thousands of men swore sword fealty to. A prophesy about honor is fulfilled by a boy who found a signet ring and returned it to the McLeod clan. A boy dreaming of honor, riches, and glory in far off lands gets more than he bargained for. Find out about the sword that only belongs to heroes. These Celtic people lived exciting lives. For a little while step into the past of your ancestors. Be a part of the daring with a sword and a brain.
📒Celtic Attic Cookbook ✍ Kristin Olsen
✏Celtic Attic Cookbook Book Summary : In the dark recesses of a cabinet, inside a plastic bag that was inside a box I discovered an old Recipes File Box. Inside the Recipes box were treasures jotted down on old tattered pieces of paper. Some handwritten, some typed, all worn with age, but all taunting of taste tingling cookies, cakes, breads, drinks and main dishes. Our recipes are must tries, especially the cookies and cakes. If you are searching for your Scandinavian or Celtic roots, give these recipes a whirl. Shake those genealogical trees and see what fruits and nuts fall out. Then bake it up and share it with your friends and family.
📒Celtic Myths And Legends ✍ T. W. Rolleston
✏Celtic Myths and Legends Book Summary : Masterful retelling of Irish and Welsh stories and tales, including Cuchulain, King Arthur, Deirdre, the Grail, and many more. First paperback edition. 58 full-page illustrations and 18 figures.
📒The People Of The Sea ✍ David Thomson
✏The People Of The Sea Book Summary : Introduced by Seamus Heaney. David Thomson?s travels in the Gaelic world of the Hebrides and the west coast of Ireland brought him into contact with a people whose association with the sea and its fertile lore runs deep. They told of men rescued by seals in stormy seas, of babies suckled by seal-mothers, and of men who took seal-women for wives ? stories centuries old, handed down to them by their forefathers. These mysterious and fascinating legends retain their spell-binding enchantment through the luminous quality of David Thomson?s prose. From an early age, he was fascinated by the mysterious interaction between man and the sea. In the Selkie legends he found the perfect expression of a Celtic world where truth and fiction intertwine, and his book is a window onto that vanished world. ?The People of the Sea survives not as a period piece but as a poetic achievement . . . readers will be carried away on successive waves of pleasure . . . these stories have an irresistible holistic beauty.? Seamus Heaney ?A splendid resurrection of a life that has almost vanished.? Daily Telegraph ?I know of few books which so ably open a window on the Gaelic scene today or which so faithfully reflect the mind, vigour and courtesy of its people . . . Pounds on the imagination like surf on a reef.? Observer
✏The Elementary School Library Collection Book Summary :