The Fairy Tale Tarot

2009 by Lisa Hunt. ... This book is a component of The Fairy Tale Tarot kit, which consists of a boxed set of 78 full-color cards, a tarot bag, and this perfect-bound book. ... Llewellyn Worldwide, Ltd. 2143 Wooddale Drive, Dept.

Author: Lisa Hunt

Publisher: Llewellyn Worldwide

ISBN: 0738708666

Category: Body, Mind & Spirit

Page: 312

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Your happily ever after awaits . . . Transport yourself to a faraway land of enchantment—a magical world where wondrous fantasies abound and anything is possible. Created by internationally renowned tarot artist Lisa Hunt, this unique tarot deck brings to life our most beloved fairy tales from around the world. See the cunning Puss in Boots as the Mentor (High Priest), Little Red Riding Hood as the Fool, and the Fairy Godmother as the Empress. Built within the Rider-Waite tradition, The Fairy Tale Tarot invites you to call upon your imagination and find your own adventures. ~ Charming and evocative artwork in the tarot card deck and book vividly portrays each fairy tale ~ Delightful retellings of the stories and an explanatory discussion of the symbolism ~ Suggested tarot card spreads and layouts for divination PRAISE FOR FAIRY TALE TAROT: "A whimsical twist on traditional tarot, this new deck helps us connect with our inner child and reach a place of further self-discovery." —New Age Retailer "This is a great deck for personal work, for collectors, for those looking for a deck to use with children, for those interested in myth and fairy tales, and for those interested in fantasy/magical art and story." —Aeclectic Tarot "This ambitious work delights, surprises, and transports, exceeding any possible expectation because it is true to the source of meaning and creativity from which stories and tarot both spring." —Tarot Reflections

The Necessary Beggar

Lisa brought books, too, and read to them, holding Poliniana in her lap while Zamatryna and the twins sat in front of her. She read them Dr. Seuss books, which made all of them giggle, and fairy tales which were frightening but had ...

Author: Susan Palwick

Publisher: Tor Books

ISBN: 1429959576

Category: Fiction

Page: 320

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Susan Palwick, author of the remarkable Flying in Place, now returns with a compelling new novel of a family cast out of an idyllic realm, learning to live in our own troubled world. With its richly imagined portrayal of a lost culture, complete with poetry and fables, traditions and customs, and its searing yet sympathetic view of own society as seen through new eyes, The Necessary Beggar is an compelling examination of humanity and the redemptive power of love, in the spirit of Ursula K. Le Guin's The Dispossessed and Robert A. Heinlein's Stranger in a Strange Land. Lémabantunk, the Glorious City, is a place of peace and plenty, of festivals and flowers, bejeweled streets and glittering waterfalls. But it is also a land of severe justice. Darroti, a young merchant, has been accused of an unforgiveable crime – the brutal murder a highborn woman. Now, in keeping with the customs of their world, his entire family must share in his punishment – exile to the unknown world that lies beyond a mysterious gate. Passing through that gate, and grieving for the life they leave behind, Darroti and his family find themselves in a harsh and hostile land – America just a few years hence, a country under attack in a world torn by hatred and warfare. Unable to explain their origin, they are rapidly remanded to an internment camp in the Nevada desert, along with thousands of other refugees. There they endeavor to make sense of this ill-fated land where strange gods are worshipped, and living things like flowers and insects are not respected. After Darroti, unable to bear his disgrace, takes his life, the rest of the family escapes to the outside world. There, each tries to cope in their own way. Timbor, the head of the clan, troubled by the restless spirit of his departed son who comes to him in dreams, does his best to preserve the old ways, and avoid conflict with the outsiders. His eldest son Masofo, who calls himself Max, is lured by the worldly temptations of this new world, while his second son, Erolorit, strives to make a decent life for his family. But it is Timor's granddaughter, Zamatryna, who is the quickest to adjust to this strange new world. It is she who is the first to learn its language, to adopt its customs, to accept this place as her new home. And, as the strain of adapting themselves to this new life begins to tear the family apart, it is Zama, sustained by the extraordinary love of an ordinary young man, who finds a way to heal their grief and give them new hope. At the Publisher's request, this title is being sold without Digital Rights Management Software (DRM) applied.

School Library Journal

However , when they begin spending book presents a point of view that children will text featuring an action the ... a little ping , and hugging before she quiets down girl and her dragon friend enter a fairy - tale NILAND , Deborah .




Category: Children's libraries


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Trick Treat Transgress

The Simpsons' Treehouse of Horror as a Popular-Culture History of the Digital Age Sandra Danneil ... Then the episode counterpoints Disney's take on the fairy-tale with the rather anti-climactic ending presented by Lisa.

Author: Sandra Danneil

Publisher: Schüren Verlag

ISBN: 3741001457

Category: Performing Arts

Page: 316

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The Simpsons are not only the world's most famous TV family; they are also the protagonists of one of the longest-lasting animation programs in US television. Over the course of the past thirty years, the yellow five from Springfield have become an indispensable part of American popular culture which still turns academics into fans and inspires fans to research the objects of their fascination. This book focuses on the Halloween Special TREEHOUSE OF HORROR, a part of THE SIMPSONS which research has largely left unnoticed. If THE SIMPSONS revolutionized how we look through television at US-American culture and society, TREEHOUSE OF HORROR has changed the way we re-member popular-culture history by way of horror traditions. This study demonstrates how Matt Groening's cartoon shows have painted a yellow archive of the digital age.

A to Zoo Subject Access to Children s Picture Books 10th Edition

What color is that, PiggyWiggy? by Christyan Fox and Diane Fox; ill. by Christyan Fox. ... Books, reading. Folk & fairy tales. Humorous stories. ... The pirates of plagiarism by Kathleen Fox and Lisa Downey ill. by Lisa Downey.

Author: Rebecca L. Thomas

Publisher: ABC-CLIO

ISBN: 1440834350

Category: Language Arts & Disciplines

Page: 1636

View: 483

Whether used for thematic story times, program and curriculum planning, readers' advisory, or collection development, this updated edition of the well-known companion makes finding the right picture books for your library a breeze. • Offers easy subject access to children's picture books • Features a user-friendly organization • Provides in-depth indexing and full bibliographic detail

On Cassette

Metacom Inc. Features the fairy tales , a read - a - long coloring book & includes 5 Crayola crayon . CIA Secret Wars . Bob Woodward . 2 cass . ( Running Time : 3 hrs . ) . 1987. 14.95 . S & S . Cinderella . I cass .




Category: Audiotapes


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The Publishers Weekly

The Land of the Blue Flower By FRANCES HODGSON BURNETT Mrs. Burnett's famous book , artistically printed with dainty ... When the Sand - Man Comes By GERTRUDE ALICE KAY Not for many and many a day has there been a fairy tale of so much ...




Category: American literature


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No Kids Allowed

Baby, Mix Me a Drink. By Lisa Brown. Accessed 29 December 2015. Basford, Johanna. Secret Garden: An Inky Treasure Hunt and Colouring Book. London: Laurence King, 2013. Beaman, Rhonda. You're Only Young Twice: 10 Do- Overs to ...

Author: Michelle Ann Abate

Publisher: Johns Hopkins University Press

ISBN: 1421438860

Category: Literary Criticism

Page: 248

View: 389

Abate examines how board books, coloring books, bedtime stories, and series detective fiction written and published specifically for adults question the boundaries of genre and challenge the assumption that adulthood and childhood are mutually exclusive.

Subject Guide to Children s Books In Print 1996

WHAT'S IN A DOCTOR'S BAG ? is recommended by specialists at the Children's National Medical Center as a means of ... Coloring books are available for $ 1.50 each . ... Handtalk Birthday : A Number & Story Book in Sign Language .

Author: R R Bowker Publishing

Publisher: Reed Reference Publishing

ISBN: 9780835236867

Category: Children's literature

Page: 1172

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