There's always time for a bedtime story, so snuggle up and get ready to drift off to the land of nod with this collection of magical tales that includes both well-known classics and lesser-known treasures from Europe, Africa, Asia, Australia and Oceania, North America, the Middle East and Latin America.
These folktales and legends, accompanied by enchanting and dream-like illustrations, are each the perfect length for a bedtime story, and will transport children around the world as well as into fantasy lands. The Emperor's New Clothes - DenmarkThe Bag of Winds - GreeceHow Cheetah Got His Speed - South AfricaThe Moon Maiden - JapanThe Star Hunt - New ZealandThe Crow and the Daylight - North AmericaAladdin - SyriaThe Three Dreams - Guatemala Collected and retold by award-winning author Angela McAllister and beautifully illustrated by Anna Shepeta, this anthology will be treasured by story lovers both young and old.
The World Full of... series is a collection of beautiful hardback story treasuries. Discover folktales from all around the world or be introduced to some of the world's best-loved writers with these stunning gift books, the perfection addition to any child's library.
Also available from the series: A Year Full of Stories, A World Full of Animal Stories, A Stage Full of Shakespeare Stories, A World Full of Dickens Stories, A World Full of Spooky Stories, A Year Full of Celebrations and Festivals, A World Full of Journeys and A World Full of Nature Stories.
Publisher: Frances Lincoln Publishers Ltd
Number of pages: 128
Dimensions: 275 x 240 mm
Edition: Illustrated Edition
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