Juvenile & Young Adult / Legends, Myths, Fables / Norse

Best Selling

icon Subscribe to feed

Browse

Best Selling

New Releases

 

Language

English (36)

French (10)

German (8)

Spanish (3)

Italian (5)

 

Category

Delete Norse

 

Age

Early childhood (0)

Beginner reader (0)

Advanced reader (0)

Teen (0)

Young adult (0)

 

Protection

All (36)

DRM Free (16)

DRM (20)

More options

The Prose Edda: Tales from Norse Mythology

by Snorri Sturluson & Arthur Gilchrist Brodeur

The wellspring of modern knowledge of Norse mythology, these ancient legends of gods and heroes were created to preserve the narrative style of the Viking sagas from European influence.


Nordic Hero Tales from the Kalevala

by James Baldwin & N. C. Wyeth

A collection of awe-inspiring stories from Finnish mythology, drawn from the oral traditions of the Finnish national epic, the Kalevala. 38 entrancing tales are appropriate for all ages. 4 illustrations.


THE SAGA of EGIL SKALLAGRIMSSON - A Viking / Norse Saga

by Unknown & Translated by Rev W. C, Green

EGILL SKALLAGRÍMSSON (ca. 910AD – ca. 990AD) was a Viking Age poet, warrior and farmer and the protagonist of this Saga. Born in Iceland, the son of Skalla-Grímr Kveldúlfsson, a respected chieftan, and...


THE SAGA OF GUNNLAUG THE WORM-TONGUE AND RAVEN THE SKALD - A Norse/Viking Saga

by Anon E. Mouse & Translated by Eirikr Magnusson & William Morris

The saga of Gunnlaug the Worm-Tongue and Raven the Skald, composed in the 13th century, relates the story of two Icelandic poets Gunnlaugr Ormstunga and Hrafn Önundarson, and their competition for the love...


THE SAGA OF OLAF THE GLORIOUS - A Story of the Viking Age

by Robert Leighton

OLAF TRYGGVASON, the hero of this saga is not an imaginary one; he was a real flesh and blood man who eventually reigned as King of Norway just over a thousand years ago. His life reads as only a Viking Saga...


THE SAGA OF GISLI THE OUTLAW - A Viking Saga

by Anon E. Mouse, Translated by George Webbe Dasent & Illustrated by C. E. St. John-Mildmay

THE EVENTS described in the saga of Gisli the Soursop reach from about the year AD930 to AD980, in a time when the law of Iceland had not yet been established.  Men were ruled by their conscience and Gisli,...


THE SAGA OF VIGA GLUM - A Viking Saga

by Anon E. Mouse & Translated by Sir Edmund Head

The Sagas, of which this tale is one, were composed for the men who have left their mark in every corner of Europe. There is no page of modern history in which the influence of the Vikings and their conquests...


THE SAGA OF BEOWULF - A Viking Saga retold in novel format

by Anon E. Mouse & Retold by Strafford Riggs

The EASY READING edition of the epic 3,182 line poem especially retold for children and young adults by Strafford Riggs. If you ever just wanted to know the story of Beowulf without having to plough through...


ASGARD STORIES - 14 Tales from Norse Mythology

by Various Unknown

A GREAT READ FOR KIDS! In this volume you will find 14 of the most popular Norse Myths and Tales rewritten especially for children and Young Adults, retold by Mary Foster and Mabel Cummings - tales and stories...


LEGEND OF THE LAST VIKINGS - Free Alternate Ending

by John Halsted

In 1066 upon the death of Edward the Confessor, Harald Hadraada, King of Norway challenged for the crown of England, claiming it was his through his bloodline. He led a large force of over 400 longships to England...


MIGHTY MIKKO - 29 Children's Fairy Tales from Finland

by Anon E. Mouse, Retold by Parker Fillmore & Illustrated by Jay Van Everen

Herein are 29 uniquely Finnish children’s stories and fairy tales retold by Parker Fillmore and illustrated by Jay van Everen. Stories like The True Bride, The Three Chests, Log, The Little Sister, The Forest...


THE GIANT WHO HAD NO HEART IN HIS BODY - A Scandinavian Fairy Tale

by Anon E. Mouse

ISSN: 2397-9607 Issue 390

In this 390th issue of the Baba Indaba’s Children's Stories series, Baba Indaba narrates the Fairy Tale "THE GIANT WHO HAD NO HEART IN HIS BODY”.

A king had seven sons. When the first...


The CHILDREN of ODIN

by Anon E. Mouse & Translated by Padraig Colum

Padraic Colum (1881 - 1972) was an Irish poet, novelist, dramatist, biographer and collector of folklore and was one of the leading figures of the Celtic Revival. In his retelling of these Norse myths and legends...


Prose Edda

by Snorri Sturluson & Rasmus B. Anderson (Translator)

The Prose Edda, also known as the Younger Edda, Snorri's Edda (Icelandic: Snorra Edda) or simply Edda, is an Old Norse work of literature written in Iceland in the early 13th century. Annotated edition.

Together...


The Sampo

by James Baldwin & N. C. Wyeth

Far away in the Frozen Land, a long time ago, a master wizard forged the wondrous Sampo, or mill of fortune, which ground out all sorts of treasures and gave wealth and power to its owner. This story, retold...


THE WEALTH - A Viking Coming of Age YA Novel

by Richard Marman

The Wealth — Synopsis

From the pen of Richard Marmam, an exceptional Viking Coming of Age YA novel…….

While hunting close to his home of Hollowford, fifteen-year-old Henry discovers a pair of mysterious...


A GIFT FROM FRIGGA - A Norse Legend

by Anon E Mouse

ISSN: 2397-9607 Issue 55

In Issue 55 of the Baba Indaba Children's Stories, Baba Indaba narrates the Norse Legend of how Frigga, wife of Odin, appeared in vision to a shepherd and gave him seeds to sow and care...


Havamal - The Sayings of Odin

by Anon E. Mouse, John Halsted & Unknown

THERE existed from very early times a collection of Norse proverbs and wise counsels, which were attributed to Odin (Othin) just as the Biblical proverbs were to Solomon. This collection was known as "The High...


The Old Belief | Children's Norse Folktales

by Baby Professor

The past is in the past but why do children have to learn them? That’s because the past has helped molded the future and it will shape the future too. Old belief systems carry with them reflections from years...


Magical Gods | Children's Norse Folktales

by Baby Professor

Gods are beings that possess great power and magic. They are at the heart of folktales. If you read folktales, you would notice patterns in the stories as if they've been by just one author. The patterns you...