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Of Kings and Fools: Stories of the French Tradition in North America (American Storytelling)
by Michael Parent

Maiden of the Mist: A Legend of Niagara Falls
by Veronika Martenova Charles

In the Kingdom of the Fairies: A Memoir of a Magical Summer and a Remarkable Friendship
by Susan Coyne
When Susan Coyne was five years old her family went, as always, to spend the summer in a cottage on Lake of the Woods in Western Ontario. One of their neighbors was an elderly retired school administrator and his wife, Mr. and Mrs. Moir, whose garden was one of the local wonders.

Nearby was a ruined cabin now inhabited, Susan was assured, by elves; all that remained of it was a moss-covered fireplace, a miniature enchanted castle with tunnels and ramparts. If you leaned in close you could hear the hum of elves living and working deep within. Susan swept the heart, filled walnut shells with water, and left a small tribute of flowers. One day when she visited the fireplace she found a letter waiting for her; it was from a princess fairy. and so began a summer's correspondence that would nourish a lifetime.

Susan later knew that the letters were written by Mr. Moir, with whom she stayed in touch over the years. But to her they always remained pure magic, a pathway into the worlds that words alone can create. Here is a memoir for children of all ages - to be read, read aloud, reread, remembered.

The Lost Island
by E. Pauline Johnson-Tekahionwake, Atanas Matsoureff
In 1911, Pauline Johnson published Legends of Vancouver, a collection of native stories she learned from a tribal chieftain. One of these stories appears here in a new edition. The Lost Island tells of a long-ago time when what is now Vancouver belonged to the Sqamish people. In poetic prose, Johnson retells the story of a native healer whose visit to a mysterious island ends in a tragic loss, a striking symbol of the arrival of white civilization. Acclaimed artist Atanas's shimmering illustrations evoke a world long vanished.

The Golden Phoenix, and Other French-Canadian Fairy Tales
by Charles Marius Barbeau

by Molly Bang

The Goose's Tale
by Deborah Clearman, Whispering Coyote Press

Truly Grim Tales (Laurel-Leaf Books)

Haunted States Of America : Haunted Houses and Spooky Places in All 50 States and Canada, Too!
by Joan Holub


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