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Invisible Kingdoms: Jewish Tales of Angels, Spirits, and Demons

Howard Schwartz

Editore: Harper Collins, Inc., 2002
ISBN 10: 142239199X / ISBN 13: 9781422391990
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Titolo: Invisible Kingdoms: Jewish Tales of Angels, ...

Casa editrice: Harper Collins, Inc.

Data di pubblicazione: 2002

Legatura: Hardcover

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Come to a world where angels, ghosts, and demons walk amongst the living and anything is possible. Here, in nine tales of the supernatural, invisible creatures take shape and roam the earth to aid or interfere in the lives of humans. A magic staff makes a man see ghosts, a handsome demon tricks a village girl into marriage, and an angel directs a young man through a dangerous venture -- in the guise of a goat!

Howard Schwartz's vibrant retelling of mystical Jewish folktales is full of magic and wonder. The stories span many centuries and range in origin from Middle East to Eastern Europe. Weather you believe in angels, ghosts, and demons is for you to decide, but not before you enter these invisible kingdoms and step into a world where the impossible takes shape and anything can happen!

L'autore: Howard Schwartz has edited three collections of Jewish folklore: Elijah’s Violin & Other Jewish Fairy Tales, Miriam’s Tambourine: Jewish Folktales from Around the World, and Lilith’s Cave: Jewish Tales of the Supernatural.Mr. Schwartz lives in St. Louis, MO.

Barbara Rush has edited Jews of Kurdistan and Seventy and One Tales for the Jewish Year: Folktales for the Festivals.She lives on Long Island, NY.

Uri Shulevitz has illustrated The Fool of the World & the Flying Ship: A Russian Tale, retold by Arthur Ransome, for which he received the 1969 Caldecott Medal.He lives in New York, NY.

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