7 edition of Southern Tales found in the catalog.
by Galahad Books
Written in English
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|Number of Pages||512|
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This Newbery Honor Book and Coretta Scott King Award Winner from beloved author Patricia McKissack offers a stellar collection of ten original stories, all with a foundation in African-American history or culture (School Library Journal).In that special half-hour of twilight the dark-thirty there are stories to be told/5(K). A collection of thirteen Jack tales from the southern Appalachian Mountains, including "The Time Jack Told a Big Tale," "The Time Jack Cured the Doctor," and "The Time Jack Stole the .
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From Ponce de Leon's discovery of the "island" of Florida to the Blue Ridge Mountain adventures of Daniel Boone; from America's first celebrity, Pocahontas, to the grand plantations of Georgia -- the history of the South is filled with tales of extraordinary people, place, and events.3/5.
A warm, humorous, delightful memoir, Harry Thomason’s “Brother Dog: Southern Tales & Hollywood Adventures” is definitely a book to enjoy, cherish and treasure/5(16).
stars A fantastic book of supernatural tales told from the perspective of African Americans from the past 50 years. Lots of creepy tales but a few heartbreaking ones, too. Each story began with a historical fact, placing it in a specific point in history.
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Southern Jack Tales. Winner of Anne Izard Storytellers' Choice Award Donald Davis grew up in the mountains of western North Carolina hearing /5. Southern Fried Rat and Other Gruesome Tales Paperback – November 1, by. Daniel Cohen (Author) › Visit Amazon's Daniel Cohen Page.
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This novel is perfect for readers who love COLD MOUNTAIN and THE INVENTION OF WINGS. Southern ghost stories, folktales, myths and legends. Text and audio storytelling.
Original stories and classic campfire tales. 10 Books by Southern Writers We Bet You Haven’t Read Yet In this collection, Alabama-born Michael Knight weaves a set of superb tales set in and around his hometown on Mobile Bay.
These stories are funny and moving and peopled by Southern characters grappling with privilege, tradition, and stasis. South Sea Tales is a collection of eight stories thematically set in and around the South Pacific. As brutal and stark as his cold north stories, these short stories evoke the same primitive lusts and hungers but in a warmer setting.
Also evident is London’s casual racism. This may have been simply a produ/5. The Winsomely oddball characters, tight storytelling and the Southern magic touches definitely makes this book a winner. Plantation. The plantation is a very charming and endearing tale about a family which is brought together due to the difficult times that they are both facing.
Southern Tales Of The Supernatural. By Brian Pinkney, A collection of ten spine-tingling tales, all with a foundation in African-American culture and history, from the time of slavery through the civil rights era. A collection of ten spine-tingling tales, all with a foundation in African-American culture and history, from the time.
Most are Southern tales and stories by Southern authors, and there are plenty that you’ll recognize from your high school and college syllabi. Why. They’re classics, that’s why.
For your bookshelf consideration, these are the books we think every Southerner should have on hand to reference, read, and revisit. A novel of soul-searching and of wondering whether life’s regrets can ever be erased or even eased, Price writes a Southern story full of character and tragedy.
Patricia C. McKissack(–) was an award-winning author who came from a family of skilled storytellers who taught her to listen and observe and who encouraged her lifelong love affair with words.
The Dark-Thirty: Southern Tales of the Supernaturalwas a Newbery Honor Book, and Pat received the Coretta Scott King Author Award for : Random House Children's Books.
These are the best Southern books of so far. The best new Southern books run the genre gamut. They’re bestsellers and slow burners, romances and mysteries, critically acclaimed releases and under-the-radar reads.
They’re hot off the presses, and they’re all connected by their Southern roots. Also, we think you’ll love them. From Publishers Weekly: When I was growing up in the South, writes McKissack, we called the half hour just before nightfall the dark-thirty.
Her nine stories and one poem, however, are far too good to be reserved for that special time when it is neither day nor night and when shapes and shadows play tricks on Brand: Scholastic. Featuring some famous tales by literary greats like William Faulkner, Mark Twain, and Flannery O’Connor, this list is a great way to start exploring Southern short fiction.
Southern Gothic: New Tales of the South is an anthology like no other. Featuring over 15 stories and poems by new and veteran authors, the writing reflects a /5. Some are already bestsellers. They’re all brilliant reads. Read on for the best Southern books ofand pick up your favorites at your local bookstore.
Also be sure to check out last year’s Southern Books of the Year as well as The Best New Books Coming Out Winter Your end-of-year reading list is filling up already. The Dark-Thirty: Southern Tales of the Supernatural Summary & Study Guide Description. The Dark-Thirty: Southern Tales of the Supernatural Summary & Study Guide includes comprehensive information and analysis to help you understand the book.
This study guide contains the following sections.Southland Tales was initially planned to be a nine-part "interactive experience", with the first six parts published in six page graphic novels that would be released in a six-month period up to the film's release.
The feature film comprises the final three parts of the experience. The Jack Tales: Folk Tales from the Southern Appalachians - Kindle edition by Chase, Richard. Download it once and read it on your Kindle device, PC, phones or tablets. Use features like bookmarks, note taking and highlighting while reading The Jack Tales: Folk Tales from the Southern /5(81).