A Book of Ghosts and Goblins

A Book of Ghosts and Goblins Twenty one tales from various countries about ghosts goblins and other supernatural beings Includes The Headless Horseman The Kindly Ghost and The Leg of Gold

  • Title: A Book of Ghosts and Goblins
  • Author: Ruth Manning-Sanders Robin Jacques
  • ISBN: 9780525268833
  • Page: 107
  • Format: Hardcover
  • Twenty one tales from various countries about ghosts, goblins, and other supernatural beings Includes The Headless Horseman, The Kindly Ghost, and The Leg of Gold.

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    1. Ruth Manning-Sanders Robin Jacques

      The author of over 90 children s books, Ruth Manning Sanders is best known for her collections of fairy tales.

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    1. A Book of Ghosts & Goblins is a wonderful collection of tales about all sorts of creatures and spooks, both good and evil. The 21 stories are reminiscent of fairy tales, most having a moral lesson (be kind, help others, don't judge by appearances, etc). I loved this collection of stories. Some are scary, some funny and others are just weird. All of them were enjoyable! I liked the fact that the stories weren't just all about ghosts, but added in goblins and other supernatural creatures. This [...]


    2. Fairy tales about the world, with country sources (but no more) and nice illustrations, retold for children.What with the ghosts, this is less pure fairy tale and more -- well, ghost stories. Even the goblin ones are more to the haunting side. Some pure fairy tales, like "The Three Silver Balls" and "Papa Greatnose."


    3. Foreword It is the hour between dusk and cockcrow that ghosts come back to walk the earth. And why do they come? Do they want to scare us? No, not usually. It is just that they can't find rest. Some come back because they are troubled in conscience and seek some human aid to right the wrong they have done in their lifetime. Once this wrong is righted, they are eager enough to go to their rest, and trouble us no more


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