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Peg bearskin

Elizabeth Brewer

Peg bearskin

a traditional Newfoundland tale

by Elizabeth Brewer

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Published by Running the Goat, Books & Broadsides in St. John"s, NL .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Tales -- Newfoundland and Labrador.

  • Edition Notes

    Statementas told by Elizabeth Brewer ; adapted by Philip Dinn and Andy Jones ; with illustrations by Elly Cohen.
    ContributionsJones, Andy., Dinn, Philip.
    The Physical Object
    Pagination[23] p. :
    Number of Pages23
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL22586973M
    ISBN 100968871275

    Clever Maids, Fearless Jacks, and a Cat showcases the stories of two Newfoundland storytellers, Philip Pius Power and Alice Lannon. Ethnopoetic transcriptions of these sensitive and artful tales, which have been passed on orally for generations as part of a community tradition, give accounts of living oral performances from the last quarter of the twentieth century and demonstrate the artistry   Just came back from 4 days at the Peg Leg Inn and wanted to share a few comments: 1. Impeccable and fresh 2. Great location - REALLY just 10 steps from the beach and ocean 3. Owner "Mike" was very pleasant and was the perfect host 4. Do not expect Hilton amenities at a Beachfront B&B - you will need to bring a hair dryer & shampoo 5. Web site is extremely honest at represents exactly

    My picture book, “A Tip Tap Tale” was published in I have also illustrated folk tales from both Louisiana and Canada. “Peg Bearskin, A Traditional Newfoundland Folktale” was awarded the Aesop Prize by the Children’s Folklore Section of the American Folklore :// She is the author and illustrator of the picture book, A Tip Tap Tale (, UL University Press). She has also illustrated folktales for both Louisiana and Canadian authors including Jean-le-Chasseur et Ses Chiens, a Cajun folktale by folklorist Barry Ancelet, and Peg Bearskin, a traditional Newfoundland folktale published in ://

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Peg Bearskin: A traditional Newfoundland tale (revised edition) Adapted by Andy Jones and Philip Dinn from a story told by Mrs. Elizabeth Brewer with new illustrations by Denise Gallagher. Named a recipient of the Aesop Award by the Children's Division of the American Folklore Peg Bearskin: A Traditional Newfoundland Tale [Dinn, Philip, Jones, Andy, Cohen, Elly] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers.

Peg Bearskin: A Traditional Newfoundland Tale With Philip Dinn, he is the author/adaptor, of Peg Bearskin, a folktale from Placentia Bay; the first edition of the book was shortlisted for the /05 Hackmatack Award and named to the International Youth Library's prestigious White Ravens  › Books › Children's Books › Growing Up & Facts of Life.

The indomitable Peg Bearskin, so named because she is hairy and big, propels this traditional Newfoundland tale. Peg and her two pretty sisters, on the road to seek their fortune, accept the hospitality of an old woman who is really a :// Peg Bearskin – Facsimile Edition. adapted by Philip Dinn & Andy Jones with original linocut illustrations by Elly Cohen.

Named to the International Youth Library's White Ravens List Shortlisted for the /05 Hackmatack Reading Award Peg Bearskin is not a sanitized fairy tale.

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She is the Illustrator Coordinator for the Louisiana/Mississippi Region of the Society of Children’s Book Writers and Illustrators and is currently working on a The tale of Peg Bearskin is unique to Newfoundland and had previously been published in black and white. “I looked at her [Gallagher’s] website to get a better sense of the range of her work and was convinced she’d be perfect for the book,” says ://   Have you ever heard the story of Peg Bearskin.

Peg's big, ugly, and hairy, yes, but she's also smart enough and brave enough to outsmart a witch, help a king, and find husbands for her two beautiful sisters and for herself.

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