( Free Pdf ) ☣ The Celtic Breeze: Stories of the Otherworld from Scotland, Ireland and Wales (World Folklore) ♲ MOBI eBook or Kindle ePUB free

Heather MacNeil s The Celtic Breeze offers a popular, easily digestible introduction to Celtic folklore and mythology In addition to 16 folktales she has retold both old favorites such as The Buried Moon and Binnorie which she retitles The 2 Sisters and newly reworked stories such as The Baker and the Fairies , the book contains background material, ballads with both words and music and recommended readings The book is published as part of Libraries Unlimited s World Folklore se Heather MacNeil s The Celtic Breeze offers a popular, easily digestible introduction to Celtic folklore and mythology In addition to 16 folktales she has retold both old favorites such as The Buried Moon and Binnorie which she retitles The 2 Sisters and newly reworked stories such as The Baker and the Fairies , the book contains background material, ballads with both words and music and recommended readings The book is published as part of Libraries Unlimited s World Folklore series, but differs from some of the other series entries in not being a collection of ready to tell tales for storytellers, but rather an accessible overture to Celtic history and folklore Great short stories, but in my opinion they could be darker Theres no such thing as too dark. The stories are nice, and the book is very informative It s actually about half stories and half information about the cultures and customs in Scotland, Ireland, and Wales. Thanks to the Mists of Avalon, I have been delving into my heritage via fun books of all types This is a collection of 16, mostly Scottish folk stories, each with it s own introduction, illustration, and related songs I wish the stories werein depth, but they are very fun for a quick night time read Fun and quick I wouldn t necessarily suggest anyone go out of their way to read it. ( Free Pdf ) ♻ The Celtic Breeze: Stories of the Otherworld from Scotland, Ireland and Wales (World Folklore) ♾ Delve into a world of kelpies, mermaids, selkies, ghosts, warlords, and fairies This collection gives you Celtic tales, previously unrecorded or only found in obscure compilations Mostly collected by the author on her ancestral home of the Isle of Barra in the Hebrides, these lesser known tales from Scotland, Ireland, and Wales are supported by a brief history of the Celts, a glossary of the Gaelic integrated in the stories, an appendix of superstitions about fairy protection, and bibliographies that reflect the author s extensive research Seventeen ballads collected almost one hundred years ago and excerpts from the author s journal of travels in Scotland make this book a unique and valuable resource for anyone who tells stories