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Norse Mythology...According to Uncle Einar by Jane T. Sibley Download PDF EPUB FB2

"Norse Mythology According to Uncle Einar" is actually a "children's book for grown-ups" with plenty of illustrations. It's a humorous re-telling of 17 of your favorite tales, starting with "How Asgard was Built and how Odin Got a Horse" and winding up with "The War to End All".

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Author Biography: Jane T. Sibley, Ph.D. (author) is a specialist in Norse mythology, Norse Mythology.According to Uncle Einar book, and runes. She did part of her work at the University of Oslo, and currently teaches and writes.

This is her first published book, although more are on the way. Joel A. Leib (illustrator) has taught at the Bradley Academy for the Visual Arts since Brand: Xlibris Corporation. "Norse Mythology According to Uncle Einar" is actually a "children's book for grown-ups" with plenty of illustrations.

It's a humorous re-telling of 17 of your favorite tales, starting with "How Asgard was Built and how Odin Got a Horse" and winding up with "The War to End All". Norse myths retold in a modern American rather blue collar Scandinavian immigrant settng, presumably by the reprobate uncle Einar to his neices/nephews.

Some of it is really funny and all of it is ingenious in adapting the myths to their new setting.4/5(1). Norse Mythology According to Uncle Einar is actually a childrens book for grown-ups with plenty of illustrations.

Its a humorous re-telling of 17 of your favorite tales, starting with How Asgard was Built and how Odin Got a Horse and winding up with The War to End : Xlibris US.

Norse mythology. This is a Wikipedia book, a collection of Wikipedia articles that can be easily saved, imported by an external electronic rendering service, and ordered as a printed book. So naturally Uncle Einar was going to put the old gods in a modern setting, so that the kids would be able to relate to the stories better.

Folk tales/fairy tales/myths change. Einar is a Scandinavian given name deriving from the Old Norse name Einarr, which according to Guðbrandur Vigfússon is directly connected with the concept of the einherjar, warriors who died in battle and ascended to Valhalla in Norse ússon comments that 'the name Einarr is properly = einheri" and points to a relation to the term with the Old Norse common nouns Name day: 26 September: Norway and Sweden, 17.

Norse Mythology Books on Myths and Folklore of the Vikings: Norse Mythology According to Uncle Einar by Jane T. Sibley, Joel A. Leib Hardcover from Xlibris Corporation: Heimskringla: Or, the Lives of the Norse Kings Mythology of the Norse Gods: Myths and Legends of the Nordic World (Mythology of Series).

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Sibley, and Auntie Arwen. And when did this spice business start. she wrote "Norse Mythology according to Uncle Einar", "The Hammer of the Smith", "The Divine Thunderbolt: We keep reading through older and updated research books by leaders in the field. Starting with Way of the Wise by Jane Sibley, and just a few others.

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Norton and Company, Norse Mythology is a series of traditional stories from ancient Norse mythology as retold by author Neil Gaiman. The book is written in the third-person and in past tense, except for the final chapter, which is.

Jane T. Sibley, Ph.D., is the author of Norse Mythology According to Uncle Einar, The Hammer of the Smith, The Divine Thunderbolt: Missile of the Gods, and A Different Dragon. Her fifth book, The Way of the Wise: Traditional Norwegian Folk and Magic Medicine, is at the publisher, and should appear later this year.