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ISSN: 2397-9607 Issue 352In this 334th issue of the Baba Indabas Children`s Stories series, Baba Indaba narrates the Northern Fairy Tale ` HOW SAMPO LAPPELILL SAW THE MOUNTAIN KING.ONCE upon a time, long, long ago and far, far away, in Lapland, at a place called A¯m¯o, near the River Jana, there lived, in a little hut, a Laplander and his wife, with their small son, Sampo. When Sampo Lappelill was about eight years of age he had black hair, brown eyes, a snub nose, and a wide mouth, which last is considered a mark of beauty in Lapland. Sampo was a strong child for his age he delighted to dance down the hills in his little snow-shoes, and to drive his own reindeer in his own little sledge. The snow whirled about him as he passed through the deep drifts, until nothing of him could be seen except the tuft of his black forelock His mother worried about him when he was away from home driving his sled..Sampo wondered about the local folklore but especially the one about the reindeer which had golden antlers. `It must be a splendid animal!` thought he `how much I should like to drive to Rasteka¯s with it!` Rasteka¯s is a high, dreary mountain, and can be seen from A¯m¯o, from which it is five or six miles distant.Three or four weeks after Christmas, one day, at noon Sampo`s father said: `Come here! I have something to show you.` Sampo came out of the hut. His father pointed towards the south and told him that after the long winter, one day soon they would see the sun himself.But Sampo was thinking what a grand sight the terrible Mountain King would befrom a distance of course. The boy brooded on this for the remainder of the day, and throughout half the night, when he should have been asleep.He thought, and thought, until at length he crept silently out of the reindeer skins which formed his bed, and then through the door-hole. The cold was intense. Far above him the stars were shining, the snow scrunched beneath his feet. Sampo Lappelill was a brave boy, who did not fear the cold. He was, moreover, well wrapped up in fur. He stood gazing at the stars, considering what to do next and then thought, theres no harm in going for a drive, so he hitched up the reindeer and off he went.Did Sampo see the Sun himself and what about the Mountain King Would the Mountain King openly welcome him into his court or would he be offended at Sampos presence So, what happened next you ask Well many things happened, some silly and some serious. To find the answers to these questions, and others you may have, you will have to download and read this story to find out!Baba Indaba is a fictitious Zulu storyteller who narrates children`s stories from around the world. Baba Indaba translates as `Father of Stories`.Each issue also has a `WHERE IN THE WORLD - LOOK IT UP` section, where young readers are challenged to look up a place on a map somewhere in the world. The place, town or city is relevant to the story. HINT - use Google maps.33% of the profit from the sale of this book will be donated to charities.INCLUDES LINKS TO DOWNLOAD 8 FREE STORIES - Spielwaren/Gesellschaftsspiele/Erwachsene - HOW SAMPO LAPPELILL SAW THE MOUNTAIN KING - A Northern Legend for Children: ISSN: 2397-9607 Issue 352In this 334th issue of the Baba Indabas Children`s Stories series, Baba Indaba narrates the Northern Fairy Tale ` HOW SAMPO LAPPELILL SAW THE MOUNTAIN KING.ONCE upon a time, long, long ago and far, far away, in Lapland, at a place called A¯m¯o, near the River Jana, there lived, in a little hut, a Laplander and his wife, with their small son, Sampo. When Sampo Lappelill was about eight years of age he had black hair, brown eyes, a snub nose, and a wide mouth, which last is considered a mark of beauty in Lapland. Sampo was a strong child for his age he delighted to dance down the hills in his little snow-shoes, and to drive his own reindeer in his own little sledge. The snow whirled about him as he passed through the deep drifts, until nothing of him could be seen except the tuft of his black forelock His mother worried about him when he was away from home driving his sled..Sampo wondered about the local folklore but especially the one about the reindeer which had golden antlers. `It must be a splendid animal!` thought he `how much I should like to drive to Rasteka¯s with it!` Rasteka¯s is a high, dreary mountain, and can be seen from A¯m¯o, from which it is five or six miles distant.Three or four weeks after Christmas, one day, at noon Sampo`s father said: `Come here! I have something to show you.` Sampo came out of the hut. His father pointed towards the south and told him that after the long winter, one day soon they would see the sun himself.But Sampo was thinking what a grand sight the terrible Mountain King would befrom a distance of course. The boy brooded on this for the remainder of the day, and throughout half the night, when he should have been asleep.He thought, and thought, until at length he crept silently out of the reindeer skins which formed his bed, and then through the door-hole. The cold was intense. Far above him the stars were shining, the snow scrunched beneath his feet. Sampo Lappelill was a brave boy, who did not fear the cold. He was, moreover, well wrapped up in fur. He stood gazing at the stars, considering what to do next and then thought, theres no harm in going for a drive, so he hitched up the reindeer and off he went.Did Sampo see the Sun himself and what about the Mountain King Would the Mountain King openly welcome him into his court or would he be offended at Sampos presence So, what happened next you ask Well many things happened, some silly and some serious. To find the answers to these questions, and others you may have, you will have to download and read this story to find out!Baba Indaba is a fictitious Zulu storyteller who narrates children`s stories from around the world. Baba Indaba translates as `Father of Stories`.Each issue also has a `WHERE IN THE WORLD - LOOK IT UP` section, where young readers are challenged to look up a place on a map somewhere in the world. The place, town or city is relevant to the story. HINT - use Google maps.33% of the profit from the sale of this book will be donated to charities.INCLUDES LINKS TO DOWNLOAD 8 FREE STORIES - EAN: 9788826446127 - bei rheinberg-buch.de inforius-bilder.de - aus belboon Produktdaten



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ISSN: 2397-9607 Issue 352In this 334th issue of the Baba Indabas Children`s Stories series, Baba Indaba narrates the Northern Fairy Tale ` HOW SAMPO LAPPELILL SAW THE MOUNTAIN KING.ONCE upon a time, long, long ago and far, far away, in Lapland, at a place called A¯m¯o, near the River Jana, there lived, in a little hut, a Laplander and his wife, with their small son, Sampo. When Sampo Lappelill was about eight years of age he had black hair, brown eyes, a snub nose, and a wide mouth, which last is considered a mark of beauty in Lapland. Sampo was a strong child for his age he delighted to dance down the hills in his little snow-shoes, and to drive his own reindeer in his own little sledge. The snow whirled about him as he passed through the deep drifts, until nothing of him could be seen except the tuft of his black forelock His mother worried about him when he was away from home driving his sled..Sampo wondered about the local folklore but especially the one about the reindeer which had golden antlers. `It must be a splendid animal!` thought he `how much I should like to drive to Rasteka¯s with it!` Rasteka¯s is a high, dreary mountain, and can be seen from A¯m¯o, from which it is five or six miles distant.Three or four weeks after Christmas, one day, at noon Sampo`s father said: `Come here! I have something to show you.` Sampo came out of the hut. His father pointed towards the south and told him that after the long winter, one day soon they would see the sun himself.But Sampo was thinking what a grand sight the terrible Mountain King would befrom a distance of course. The boy brooded on this for the remainder of the day, and throughout half the night, when he should have been asleep.He thought, and thought, until at length he crept silently out of the reindeer skins which formed his bed, and then through the door-hole. The cold was intense. Far above him the stars were shining, the snow scrunched beneath his feet. Sampo Lappelill was a brave boy, who did not fear the cold. He was, moreover, well wrapped up in fur. He stood gazing at the stars, considering what to do next and then thought, theres no harm in going for a drive, so he hitched up the reindeer and off he went.Did Sampo see the Sun himself and what about the Mountain King Would the Mountain King openly welcome him into his court or would he be offended at Sampos presence So, what happened next you ask Well many things happened, some silly and some serious. To find the answers to these questions, and others you may have, you will have to download and read this story to find out!Baba Indaba is a fictitious Zulu storyteller who narrates children`s stories from around the world. Baba Indaba translates as `Father of Stories`.Each issue also has a `WHERE IN THE WORLD - LOOK IT UP` section, where young readers are challenged to look up a place on a map somewhere in the world. The place, town or city is relevant to the story. HINT - use Google maps.33% of the profit from the sale of this book will be donated to charities.INCLUDES LINKS TO DOWNLOAD 8 FREE STORIES - Spielwaren/Gesellschaftsspiele/Erwachsene - HOW SAMPO LAPPELILL SAW THE MOUNTAIN KING - A Northern Legend for Children: ISSN: 2397-9607 Issue 352In this 334th issue of the Baba Indabas Children`s Stories series, Baba Indaba narrates the Northern Fairy Tale ` HOW SAMPO LAPPELILL SAW THE MOUNTAIN KING.ONCE upon a time, long, long ago and far, far away, in Lapland, at a place called A¯m¯o, near the River Jana, there lived, in a little hut, a Laplander and his wife, with their small son, Sampo. When Sampo Lappelill was about eight years of age he had black hair, brown eyes, a snub nose, and a wide mouth, which last is considered a mark of beauty in Lapland. Sampo was a strong child for his age he delighted to dance down the hills in his little snow-shoes, and to drive his own reindeer in his own little sledge. The snow whirled about him as he passed through the deep drifts, until nothing of him could be seen except the tuft of his black forelock His mother worried about him when he was away from home driving his sled..Sampo wondered about the local folklore but especially the one about the reindeer which had golden antlers. `It must be a splendid animal!` thought he `how much I should like to drive to Rasteka¯s with it!` Rasteka¯s is a high, dreary mountain, and can be seen from A¯m¯o, from which it is five or six miles distant.Three or four weeks after Christmas, one day, at noon Sampo`s father said: `Come here! I have something to show you.` Sampo came out of the hut. His father pointed towards the south and told him that after the long winter, one day soon they would see the sun himself.But Sampo was thinking what a grand sight the terrible Mountain King would befrom a distance of course. The boy brooded on this for the remainder of the day, and throughout half the night, when he should have been asleep.He thought, and thought, until at length he crept silently out of the reindeer skins which formed his bed, and then through the door-hole. The cold was intense. Far above him the stars were shining, the snow scrunched beneath his feet. Sampo Lappelill was a brave boy, who did not fear the cold. He was, moreover, well wrapped up in fur. He stood gazing at the stars, considering what to do next and then thought, theres no harm in going for a drive, so he hitched up the reindeer and off he went.Did Sampo see the Sun himself and what about the Mountain King Would the Mountain King openly welcome him into his court or would he be offended at Sampos presence So, what happened next you ask Well many things happened, some silly and some serious. To find the answers to these questions, and others you may have, you will have to download and read this story to find out!Baba Indaba is a fictitious Zulu storyteller who narrates children`s stories from around the world. Baba Indaba translates as `Father of Stories`.Each issue also has a `WHERE IN THE WORLD - LOOK IT UP` section, where young readers are challenged to look up a place on a map somewhere in the world. The place, town or city is relevant to the story. HINT - use Google maps.33% of the profit from the sale of this book will be donated to charities.INCLUDES LINKS TO DOWNLOAD 8 FREE STORIES - EAN: 9788826446127 - bei rheinberg-buch.de inforius-bilder.de - aus belboon Produktdaten



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ISSN: 2397-9607 Issue 190In this 190th issue of the Baba Indabas Children`s Stories series, Baba Indaba narrates the Finnish tale of Illmarinen Forging the Sampoan excerpt from The Kalevala, the Epic which tells of the creation of Finland.Wainamoinen, the master wizard, just recovered from his wounds has a vision about the forging of the Sampo under the Great Northern Fir. He then asks Illmarinen, the master forger, to be the one to create the Sampo. Illmarinen travels to the north and builds a forge and begins his task. After much trial and error and recasting, the Sampo is eventually created and is described as From one side it grinds out flour, and from the other salt, and from the third it produces coins out money. And the lid is all the colours of the rainbow, and as it rocks back and forth it grinds one measure for the day, and one for the market and one for the storehouse. But old Louhi comes and steals the Sampo and hides it from human sight...Download and read this story to find out what happened to the Sampo and if it was ever found after being stolen by old Louhi.Baba Indaba is a fictitious Zulu storyteller who narrates children`s stories from around the world. Baba Indaba translates as `Father of Stories`.Each issue also has a `WHERE IN THE WORLD - LOOK IT UP` section, where young readers are challenged to look up a place on a map somewhere in the world. The place, town or city is relevant to the story. HINT - use Google maps.33% of the profit from the sale of this book will be donated to charities.INCLUDES LINKS TO DOWNLOAD 8 FREE STORIES - Spielwaren/Gesellschaftsspiele/Erwachsene - ILLMARINEN FORGES THE SAMPO - A Legend from Finland: ISSN: 2397-9607 Issue 190In this 190th issue of the Baba Indabas Children`s Stories series, Baba Indaba narrates the Finnish tale of Illmarinen Forging the Sampoan excerpt from The Kalevala, the Epic which tells of the creation of Finland.Wainamoinen, the master wizard, just recovered from his wounds has a vision about the forging of the Sampo under the Great Northern Fir. He then asks Illmarinen, the master forger, to be the one to create the Sampo. Illmarinen travels to the north and builds a forge and begins his task. After much trial and error and recasting, the Sampo is eventually created and is described as From one side it grinds out flour, and from the other salt, and from the third it produces coins out money. And the lid is all the colours of the rainbow, and as it rocks back and forth it grinds one measure for the day, and one for the market and one for the storehouse. But old Louhi comes and steals the Sampo and hides it from human sight...Download and read this story to find out what happened to the Sampo and if it was ever found after being stolen by old Louhi.Baba Indaba is a fictitious Zulu storyteller who narrates children`s stories from around the world. Baba Indaba translates as `Father of Stories`.Each issue also has a `WHERE IN THE WORLD - LOOK IT UP` section, where young readers are challenged to look up a place on a map somewhere in the world. The place, town or city is relevant to the story. HINT - use Google maps.33% of the profit from the sale of this book will be donated to charities.INCLUDES LINKS TO DOWNLOAD 8 FREE STORIES - EAN: 9788826083285 - bei rheinberg-buch.de inforius-bilder.de - aus belboon Produktdaten



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ISSN: 2397-9607 Issue 190In this 190th issue of the Baba Indabas Children`s Stories series, Baba Indaba narrates the Finnish tale of Illmarinen Forging the Sampoan excerpt from The Kalevala, the Epic which tells of the creation of Finland.Wainamoinen, the master wizard, just recovered from his wounds has a vision about the forging of the Sampo under the Great Northern Fir. He then asks Illmarinen, the master forger, to be the one to create the Sampo. Illmarinen travels to the north and builds a forge and begins his task. After much trial and error and recasting, the Sampo is eventually created and is described as From one side it grinds out flour, and from the other salt, and from the third it produces coins out money. And the lid is all the colours of the rainbow, and as it rocks back and forth it grinds one measure for the day, and one for the market and one for the storehouse. But old Louhi comes and steals the Sampo and hides it from human sight...Download and read this story to find out what happened to the Sampo and if it was ever found after being stolen by old Louhi.Baba Indaba is a fictitious Zulu storyteller who narrates children`s stories from around the world. Baba Indaba translates as `Father of Stories`.Each issue also has a `WHERE IN THE WORLD - LOOK IT UP` section, where young readers are challenged to look up a place on a map somewhere in the world. The place, town or city is relevant to the story. HINT - use Google maps.33% of the profit from the sale of this book will be donated to charities.INCLUDES LINKS TO DOWNLOAD 8 FREE STORIES - Spielwaren/Gesellschaftsspiele/Erwachsene - ILLMARINEN FORGES THE SAMPO - A Legend from Finland: ISSN: 2397-9607 Issue 190In this 190th issue of the Baba Indabas Children`s Stories series, Baba Indaba narrates the Finnish tale of Illmarinen Forging the Sampoan excerpt from The Kalevala, the Epic which tells of the creation of Finland.Wainamoinen, the master wizard, just recovered from his wounds has a vision about the forging of the Sampo under the Great Northern Fir. He then asks Illmarinen, the master forger, to be the one to create the Sampo. Illmarinen travels to the north and builds a forge and begins his task. After much trial and error and recasting, the Sampo is eventually created and is described as From one side it grinds out flour, and from the other salt, and from the third it produces coins out money. And the lid is all the colours of the rainbow, and as it rocks back and forth it grinds one measure for the day, and one for the market and one for the storehouse. But old Louhi comes and steals the Sampo and hides it from human sight...Download and read this story to find out what happened to the Sampo and if it was ever found after being stolen by old Louhi.Baba Indaba is a fictitious Zulu storyteller who narrates children`s stories from around the world. Baba Indaba translates as `Father of Stories`.Each issue also has a `WHERE IN THE WORLD - LOOK IT UP` section, where young readers are challenged to look up a place on a map somewhere in the world. The place, town or city is relevant to the story. HINT - use Google maps.33% of the profit from the sale of this book will be donated to charities.INCLUDES LINKS TO DOWNLOAD 8 FREE STORIES - EAN: 9788826083285 - bei rheinberg-buch.de inforius-bilder.de - aus belboon Produktdaten



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Sampo Pankki Helsingissa Mannerheimintien ja Runeberginkadun kulmassa ryostettiin muutaman paivan valein kaksi kertaa. Viimeinen ryosto epaonnistui ja jai yritykseksi. Virolaiset rosvot olivat tehneet tarkan maastotiedustelun, kayneet kohteessa ja seuranneet pankin liikennetta useita paivia seka loytaneet oivat pakoreitit odottavalle autolle monien sisapihojen kautta. Paatepisteessa odotti juuri oikeassa paikassa, oikein ajoitettu nopea pakoauto. Muutenkin he olivat varustautuneet huolella, kuten kunnon pankkiryostajan tulee. He tosin uskoivat, etta kaupungin keskustassa tallaista ei havaita tai siihen ei kiinniteta huomiota. He erehtyivat aliarvioimaan helsinkilaiset, silla poliisin tiedottaminen toi runsaasti yleisovihjeita ja silminnakijoita, jotka eivat salailleet tietojaan. Mika parasta nama havainnot pystyttiin viela sitomaan kaupunki- ja kiinteistokameroilla niin, etta toiminta ennen tekoa ja teon jalkeen paljastui kokonaan. Sitten tarvittiin enaa vain normaalia peruspoliisityota ilman erikoisuuksia ja hienouksia. Ainoa vaikeus koettiin vieraan valtion viranomaisten kanssa, koska siella mikaan ei ole yksinkertaista ja helppoa eika ennalta arvattavaa. Mika on patenyt aikaisemmin, ei pade valttamatta enaa. - Sampo Pankin ryostot: Sampo Pankki Helsingissa Mannerheimintien ja Runeberginkadun kulmassa ryostettiin muutaman paivan valein kaksi kertaa. Viimeinen ryosto epaonnistui ja jai yritykseksi. Virolaiset rosvot olivat tehneet tarkan maastotiedustelun, kayneet kohteessa ja seuranneet pankin liikennetta useita paivia seka loytaneet oivat pakoreitit odottavalle autolle monien sisapihojen kautta. Paatepisteessa odotti juuri oikeassa paikassa, oikein ajoitettu nopea pakoauto. Muutenkin he olivat varustautuneet huolella, kuten kunnon pankkiryostajan tulee. He tosin uskoivat, etta kaupungin keskustassa tallaista ei havaita tai siihen ei kiinniteta huomiota. He erehtyivat aliarvioimaan helsinkilaiset, silla poliisin tiedottaminen toi runsaasti yleisovihjeita ja silminnakijoita, jotka eivat salailleet tietojaan. Mika parasta nama havainnot pystyttiin viela sitomaan kaupunki- ja kiinteistokameroilla niin, etta toiminta ennen tekoa ja teon jalkeen paljastui kokonaan. Sitten tarvittiin enaa vain normaalia peruspoliisityota ilman erikoisuuksia ja hienouksia. Ainoa vaikeus koettiin vieraan valtion viranomaisten kanssa, koska siella mikaan ei ole yksinkertaista ja helppoa eika ennalta arvattavaa. Mika on patenyt aikaisemmin, ei pade valttamatta enaa. - EAN: 9788711898499 - bei rheinberg-buch.de - aus belboon Produktdaten



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Sampo Pankki Helsingissa Mannerheimintien ja Runeberginkadun kulmassa ryostettiin muutaman paivan valein kaksi kertaa. Viimeinen ryosto epaonnistui ja jai yritykseksi. Virolaiset rosvot olivat tehneet tarkan maastotiedustelun, kayneet kohteessa ja seuranneet pankin liikennetta useita paivia seka loytaneet oivat pakoreitit odottavalle autolle monien sisapihojen kautta. Paatepisteessa odotti juuri oikeassa paikassa, oikein ajoitettu nopea pakoauto. Muutenkin he olivat varustautuneet huolella, kuten kunnon pankkiryostajan tulee. He tosin uskoivat, etta kaupungin keskustassa tallaista ei havaita tai siihen ei kiinniteta huomiota. He erehtyivat aliarvioimaan helsinkilaiset, silla poliisin tiedottaminen toi runsaasti yleisovihjeita ja silminnakijoita, jotka eivat salailleet tietojaan. Mika parasta nama havainnot pystyttiin viela sitomaan kaupunki- ja kiinteistokameroilla niin, etta toiminta ennen tekoa ja teon jalkeen paljastui kokonaan. Sitten tarvittiin enaa vain normaalia peruspoliisityota ilman erikoisuuksia ja hienouksia. Ainoa vaikeus koettiin vieraan valtion viranomaisten kanssa, koska siella mikaan ei ole yksinkertaista ja helppoa eika ennalta arvattavaa. Mika on patenyt aikaisemmin, ei pade valttamatta enaa. - Sampo Pankin ryostot: Sampo Pankki Helsingissa Mannerheimintien ja Runeberginkadun kulmassa ryostettiin muutaman paivan valein kaksi kertaa. Viimeinen ryosto epaonnistui ja jai yritykseksi. Virolaiset rosvot olivat tehneet tarkan maastotiedustelun, kayneet kohteessa ja seuranneet pankin liikennetta useita paivia seka loytaneet oivat pakoreitit odottavalle autolle monien sisapihojen kautta. Paatepisteessa odotti juuri oikeassa paikassa, oikein ajoitettu nopea pakoauto. Muutenkin he olivat varustautuneet huolella, kuten kunnon pankkiryostajan tulee. He tosin uskoivat, etta kaupungin keskustassa tallaista ei havaita tai siihen ei kiinniteta huomiota. He erehtyivat aliarvioimaan helsinkilaiset, silla poliisin tiedottaminen toi runsaasti yleisovihjeita ja silminnakijoita, jotka eivat salailleet tietojaan. Mika parasta nama havainnot pystyttiin viela sitomaan kaupunki- ja kiinteistokameroilla niin, etta toiminta ennen tekoa ja teon jalkeen paljastui kokonaan. Sitten tarvittiin enaa vain normaalia peruspoliisityota ilman erikoisuuksia ja hienouksia. Ainoa vaikeus koettiin vieraan valtion viranomaisten kanssa, koska siella mikaan ei ole yksinkertaista ja helppoa eika ennalta arvattavaa. Mika on patenyt aikaisemmin, ei pade valttamatta enaa. - EAN: 9788711898499 - bei rheinberg-buch.de - aus belboon Produktdaten



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Far away in the Frozen Land, a long time ago, a master wizard forged the wondrous Sampo, or mill of fortune, which ground out all sorts of treasures and gave wealth and power to its owner. This story, retold in from the Finnish Kalevala, tells of the making of this mill and the adventures of the heroes who sought to gain possession of it.This is a tale which the runolainen  of the far North used to sing in hovel and hall, and which the heroes of primeval times learned by heart and taught to their children. In its original form it was related, not in plain, unvarnished prose, as you shall find it here, but in endless monotonous measures, tuned to the music of the kantele. It was made up of numerous stories, songs, folk-melodies, and incantations, with which were interwoven many independent episodes that are neither interesting nor necessary to its completeness.The weaver of tales, who now relates these adventures to modern readers, has chosen to deviate widely from the methods of the ancient story-tellers. He has combined various parts, as pleased his fancy, into one complete harmonious fabric, and, while he has retained much of the original warp and woof, he has added various and many colorings and connecting threads of his own invention. In doing this he has merely exercised the time-honored right of poets and story-tellersthe right to make new cloth out of old.James Baldwin (18411925) was one of the most prolific authors of school books for children at the end of the 19th century and the beginning of the 20th. He wrote over thirty books about famous people in history and retold classical stories. His publications numbered 54 volumes. It is estimated that 26 million copies of his works sold worldwide, including China and Indonesia. - PBS/Schreibwaren - The Sampo: Far away in the Frozen Land, a long time ago, a master wizard forged the wondrous Sampo, or mill of fortune, which ground out all sorts of treasures and gave wealth and power to its owner. This story, retold in from the Finnish Kalevala, tells of the making of this mill and the adventures of the heroes who sought to gain possession of it.This is a tale which the runolainen  of the far North used to sing in hovel and hall, and which the heroes of primeval times learned by heart and taught to their children. In its original form it was related, not in plain, unvarnished prose, as you shall find it here, but in endless monotonous measures, tuned to the music of the kantele. It was made up of numerous stories, songs, folk-melodies, and incantations, with which were interwoven many independent episodes that are neither interesting nor necessary to its completeness.The weaver of tales, who now relates these adventures to modern readers, has chosen to deviate widely from the methods of the ancient story-tellers. He has combined various parts, as pleased his fancy, into one complete harmonious fabric, and, while he has retained much of the original warp and woof, he has added various and many colorings and connecting threads of his own invention. In doing this he has merely exercised the time-honored right of poets and story-tellersthe right to make new cloth out of old.James Baldwin (18411925) was one of the most prolific authors of school books for children at the end of the 19th century and the beginning of the 20th. He wrote over thirty books about famous people in history and retold classical stories. His publications numbered 54 volumes. It is estimated that 26 million copies of his works sold worldwide, including China and Indonesia. - EAN: 9788826457918 - bei rheinberg-buch.de inforius-bilder.de - aus belboon Produktdaten



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Far away in the Frozen Land, a long time ago, a master wizard forged the wondrous Sampo, or mill of fortune, which ground out all sorts of treasures and gave wealth and power to its owner. This story, retold in from the Finnish Kalevala, tells of the making of this mill and the adventures of the heroes who sought to gain possession of it.This is a tale which the runolainen  of the far North used to sing in hovel and hall, and which the heroes of primeval times learned by heart and taught to their children. In its original form it was related, not in plain, unvarnished prose, as you shall find it here, but in endless monotonous measures, tuned to the music of the kantele. It was made up of numerous stories, songs, folk-melodies, and incantations, with which were interwoven many independent episodes that are neither interesting nor necessary to its completeness.The weaver of tales, who now relates these adventures to modern readers, has chosen to deviate widely from the methods of the ancient story-tellers. He has combined various parts, as pleased his fancy, into one complete harmonious fabric, and, while he has retained much of the original warp and woof, he has added various and many colorings and connecting threads of his own invention. In doing this he has merely exercised the time-honored right of poets and story-tellersthe right to make new cloth out of old.James Baldwin (18411925) was one of the most prolific authors of school books for children at the end of the 19th century and the beginning of the 20th. He wrote over thirty books about famous people in history and retold classical stories. His publications numbered 54 volumes. It is estimated that 26 million copies of his works sold worldwide, including China and Indonesia. - PBS/Schreibwaren - The Sampo: Far away in the Frozen Land, a long time ago, a master wizard forged the wondrous Sampo, or mill of fortune, which ground out all sorts of treasures and gave wealth and power to its owner. This story, retold in from the Finnish Kalevala, tells of the making of this mill and the adventures of the heroes who sought to gain possession of it.This is a tale which the runolainen  of the far North used to sing in hovel and hall, and which the heroes of primeval times learned by heart and taught to their children. In its original form it was related, not in plain, unvarnished prose, as you shall find it here, but in endless monotonous measures, tuned to the music of the kantele. It was made up of numerous stories, songs, folk-melodies, and incantations, with which were interwoven many independent episodes that are neither interesting nor necessary to its completeness.The weaver of tales, who now relates these adventures to modern readers, has chosen to deviate widely from the methods of the ancient story-tellers. He has combined various parts, as pleased his fancy, into one complete harmonious fabric, and, while he has retained much of the original warp and woof, he has added various and many colorings and connecting threads of his own invention. In doing this he has merely exercised the time-honored right of poets and story-tellersthe right to make new cloth out of old.James Baldwin (18411925) was one of the most prolific authors of school books for children at the end of the 19th century and the beginning of the 20th. He wrote over thirty books about famous people in history and retold classical stories. His publications numbered 54 volumes. It is estimated that 26 million copies of his works sold worldwide, including China and Indonesia. - EAN: 9788826457918 - bei rheinberg-buch.de inforius-bilder.de - aus belboon Produktdaten



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