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Posts Tagged ‘ myths ’

Some Must Fall, by Clair St.Claire

Clair St.Claire, homeschooled in the country all her life. She intends two more books to follow Some Must Fall in the series, The Coming Crown.
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Myths And Fables For Kids

About Myths Moral lessons have been handed down through the ages in the forms of myth and legends. In Search of Myths and Heros Join intrepid historian Michael Wood as he goes in search of the world’s greatest myths, seeking the roots of four great legends — the Queen of Sheba, King Arthur, Shangri-La...
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Reptile Myths

Reptile Myths

Dragons Linkmesh Dragon articles and lots of dragon images. Here Be Dragons Western dragons are usually portrayed as evil, mean, and bloodthirsty. Eastern dragons are portrayed as good, kind, and intelligent. These and other dragons of myth and reality. Dragons Myths and Legends 1 of 4. Parts 2, 3, and 4. Leviathan I: The Cosmic Sea Dragon...
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Fairy Tales A To Z

Classic, English and Everything In-between. Absolutely Whootie Stories to grow by. Participate by contributing your illustration or writing a review of a story. Lesson plans for mom available. Classic Fairy Tales Flash versions of Andersen’s Fairy Tales, The Grimm Brothers, The Real Princess, The Brementown Musicians, Faithful John, and more stories and games. English...
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Hawaiian Legends

Eye of Hawaii – Hawaiian Legends Most Hawaiians do not practice their ancient religion today, yet their are few who are not at least a little superstitious. Living on an active volcano can do this to you. Hawaiian Legends Legends grow out of humankind’s propensity to explain the world around them, and make a...
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Legends & Heroes for Kids

Ancient Amazons Women ruled their society, and two queens, one for defense and one for domestic affairs, shared the country, but they made numerous conquest expeditions into neighboring territories. A Beginner’s Guide to Robin Hood Who’s who of the Robin Hood story. How the characters have changed through the ages and retellings. Electronic Beowolf...
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Ghost Stories

Ghost Stories by Famous American Authors A Ghost Story by Mark Twain For the first time in my life a superstitious dread came over me; and as I turned a dark angle of the stairway and an invisible cobweb swung its lazy woof in my face and clung there, I shuddered as one who...
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A Ghost Story By Mark Twain

Written in 1903 by Mark Twain (1835-1910) This version originally published in 2005 by Infomotions, Inc. This particular text was derived from the Internet Wiretap Edition of A Ghost Story by Mark Twain from “Sketches New and Old”, copyright 1903, Samuel Clemens. It was placed in the Public Domain (May 1993). This document is...
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