The Little Horse of Seven Colors and Other Portuguese Folk Tales

Very Good+ with no dust jacket; Hardcover; 8vo 8" - 9" tall; 122 pages, bound in pictorial cloth World Library Binding, NOT ex-library. Tightly bound, clean, bright cover with mild wear at ends of spine. Interior clean, unmarked. Tales translated from the Portuguese by Anne Marie Jauss include: Little Horse of Seven Colors, Born to be Rich, Ten Dwarfs of Aunt Greenwater, Viper and the Friar's Rope, Price of Eggs, Foolish Lad and the Flies, How the Wild Boars Came to Be, Bola Bola, Miraculous Flute, Shoemaker, Legend of the Almond Tree, Snow in the Mountain, Tipsy Rooster, No Supper, Pira Game, Aunt Misery, Good Luck and Great Riches, String of LIes, Master of Magic and Spells, Tail of the Cat, Pedro de Malas Artes or Clumsy Pedro, Clarinha, Listening King, Monkey's Pomegranate, Owl and the Wolf, Cow Maiden, and Cockroach and the Mouse. These twenty-seven tales were found in the folk compilations of three men: Teofilo Braga, Adolpho Coehlo, and Zofimo Consiglieri Pedroso. Packaged with care and shipped in a box.

Title: The Little Horse of Seven Colors and Other Portuguese Folk Tales

Author Name: Lowe, Patricia Tracy, (retold by); Jauss, Anne Marie, (illustrator, translator)

Illustrator: Illustrated by Anne Marie Jauss

Categories: Fiction, World Literature in Translation, Fiction: Mythology & Folklore,

Publisher: World Publishing Company: 1970

Seller ID: 27292