Small spirits cause big trouble in this eighth book in New York Times bestselling author Christopher Pike’s Spooksville series—now on TV! Are there such things as fairies and gnomes? Leprechauns and elves? Most people, including Adam, would say no. But one day a whole herd of magical creatures invades Spooksville. At first they play childish pranks, and Adam and his friends are happy to welcome them. But quickly the pranks turn cruel, leaving Adam, Sally, Watch, and Cindy fighting for their lives. Where did these little people come from? And how can Adam and his friends make them go away?
Type: BOOK - Published: 2016-04-23 - Publisher: Xlibris Corporation
This book consists of forty-four tales or fairy tales or recollections of the author or of others the author spoke to or listened to. It deals with modern-day fairy tales, most of which are more for an older child or adult reader than for little children.
Type: BOOK - Published: 2017-02-22 - Publisher: Abela Publishing Ltd
ISSN: 2397-9607 Issue 319 In this 319thÿÿissue of the Baba Indaba?s Children's Stories series, Baba Indaba narrates two "TWO IROQUOIS CHILDREN?S STORIES? ? The Little People and How the Iroquois give Thanks. The Iroquois call fairies Jo gah oh, or "Little People," because they are so small. They Little People
Folktales. Mythology. With illustrations by Chester Scott. In LIFE WITH THE LITTLE PEOPLE, Robert Johnson Perry weaves history, traditional information, family stories and his own fiction to create a facinating look into the magical world of the Little People...Follow him into this world. You will be enthralled. (--Gayle Ross) After
James W. Little was born in South Carolina between 1787 and 1790. He married Elizabeth "Betsey" May on 10 Jun 1813, and lived at Remlap, Blount County, Alabama until his death in 1862. Descendants lived chiefly in Alabama, and also in Kentucky, Texas, Florida, Oklahoma, Illinois, Arkansas, Louisiana, Georgia, Oregon,
Type: BOOK - Published: 1992 - Publisher: Council Oak Books
This book depicts the Cherokees' ancient culture and lifestyle, their government, dress, and family life. Mails chronicles the fundamentals of vital Cherokee spiritual beliefs and practices, their powerful rituals, and their joyful festivals, as well as the story of the gradual encroachment that all but destroyed their civilization.