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Cinderhazel : the Cinderella of halloween —Lattimore, Deborah Nourse.

An untidy witch named Hazel discovers that Prince Alarming likes dirt as much as she does.

Sasha's matrioshka dolls —Dillon, Jana.

Sasha's grandfather makes her a tiny wooden doll, but the mice are able to carry it off, so he makes another slightly larger doll to hold the tiny one, and then another, and another.

Medusa —Lattimore, Deborah Nourse.

A retelling of the myth of Medusa, turned by Athena's curse into a gorgon whose gaze turned men to stone, and Perseus' quest to vanquish her in order to save his mother's life.

Arabian nights : three tales —Lattimore, Deborah Nourse.

A retelling of three Arabian nights tales ; Aladdin, The Queen of the Serpents, and The Lost city of Ubar.

The winged cat : a tale of ancient Egypt —Lattimore, Deborah Nourse.

In ancient Egypt, a young servant girl and a High Priest must each find the correct magic spells from the Book of the Dead that open the twelve gates of the Netherworld to determine who is telling the truth about the dea...

The sailor who captured the sea : a story of the Book of Kells —Lattimore, Deborah Nourse.

A sailor continues the work of others in creating the illuminated Book of Kells.

The fool and the Phoenix : a tale of old Japan —Lattimore, Deborah Nourse.

With the help of a mysterious maiden, a mute birdcatcher saves a village from the plundering of a sly bandit.

Zekmet, the stone carver : a tale of ancient Egypt —Stolz, Mary, 1920-2006.

Chosen to design a magnificent monument for a vain and demanding Pharoah, an Egyptian stone carver conceives of and begins work on the Sphinx which still stands in the Egyptian desert today.

The flame of peace : a tale of the Aztecs —Lattimore, Deborah Nourse.

To prevent the outbreak of war, a young Aztec boy must outwit nine evil lords of the night to obtain the flame of peace from Lord Morning Star.

The prince and the golden ax : a Minoan tale —Lattimore, Deborah Nourse.

A proud Minoan prince challenges the Goddess Diktynna, who first offers him rewards for his courage but then threatens to destroy Thera, his homeland, when his boasting angers her.

Arabian nights : three tales —Lattimore, Deborah Nourse.

A retelling of three tales from the "Arabian Nights" including "Aladdin," "The Queen of the Serpents," and "Ubar, the lost city of Brass."

Why there is no arguing in heaven : a Mayan myth —Lattimore, Deborah Nourse, author

Hunab Ku, the first Creator God of the Mayas, challenges the Moon Goddess and Lizard House to create a being to worship him, but the Maize God succeeds where the others fail.

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