Anansi, our hero from Ghana in West Africa, keeps all the world’s wisdom in a pot and he decides to hide it up a tree.
Anansi visits an old man under the sea and receives a gift. The gift is more wonderful than anything he expected but his mean spirit gets the better of him.
Anansi, the anti-hero of West African folklore, refuses to follow instructions.
A poem about fairies that begins a new series of Irish tales and poems.
AN Irish story about a spooky cat who demands fish ( by Lady Wilde )
The Pooka is a wondrous creature that can shift its shape. Sometimes it’s friendly, sometimes it isn’t, but it is almost always mischievous.
Some Irish Fairy Folk have a question for a hungry priest.
A doctor is called in the middle of the night to help a fairy princess. Will his reward make him rich or a prisoner of the fairy folk?
A cunning old soldier plays a trick on a naive couple. A traditional English folk story.
The servants in a large Irish House are grateful to a Pooka who comes every night to do their work for them. At Christmas, they decide to reward him.