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Norwegian Fairy Book

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By: (1887-1932)

The Norwegian Fairy Book by Klara Stroebe is a delightful collection of traditional stories from Norway. The book is filled with magical beings, brave heroes, and fantastical adventures that will captivate readers of all ages.

Stroebe's retellings of these classic tales are both enchanting and engaging, bringing to life the rich folklore of Norway. The characters are colorful and memorable, from mischievous trolls to kind-hearted princes, and each story is full of excitement and wonder.

One of the things that sets this book apart is the beautiful illustrations that accompany each story. The vibrant artwork perfectly captures the spirit of the tales, enhancing the reader's experience and adding to the magic of the book.

Overall, The Norwegian Fairy Book is a charming collection that will transport readers to a world of myth and legend. Whether you are a fan of fairy tales or simply looking for a new adventure, this book is sure to enchant and delight.

Book Description:
These Norwegian tales of elemental mountain, forest and sea spirits, have been handed down by hinds and huntsmen, wood choppers and fisher folk. They are men who led a hard and lonely life amid primitive surroundings. The Norwegian Fairy Book has an appeal for one and all, since it is a book in which the mirror of fairy-tale reflects human yearnings and aspirations, human loves, ambitions and disillusionments, in an imaginatively glamored, yet not distorted form. [from the book's preface]


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