The Barefoot Book of Giants, Ghosts and Goblins: Traditional Tales from Around the World
Barefoot (37 W. 17 St., New York, NY 10011), 1999/09/01 - 80 ページ
Lively retellings of traditional folk tales from around the world--including Norway, Siberia, and China--introduce youngsters to a variety of uncanny giants, ghosts, and goblins. 10,000 first printing.
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