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The Red Tailor By Egil Thompson
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An early winter is threatening the little village of Redbury. It is up to an elderly tailor and the Queen’s daughter to venture forth to find a way to save the village before it is too late.... More > Traveling through ancient forests and into dark caverns they discover a secret magical way to keep the icy chill at bay.< Less
The Red Tailor By Egil Thompson
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An early winter is threatening the little village of Redhaven. It is up to an elderly tailor and the Queen’s daughter to venture forth to find a way to save the village before it is too late.... More > Traveling through ancient forests and into dark caverns they discover a secret magical way to keep the icy chill at bay.< Less
Troll Soup By Egil Thompson
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Troll Soup is a children’s picture book about two children, Freya and Klaus, who encounter a baby troll, which leads them to the trolls’ cave and an adventure. The goal of the book is to... More > teach children the basic idea of commerce and spending and saving money. Children will enjoy the adventure aspect—it contains a good balance of action and suspense with fun storytelling.< Less
The Saga Hoard - Volume 1 By Unknown , Editor Mark Stinson
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The Icelandic Sagas are prose histories, describing life and events that took place in Iceland, during the 10th and 11th centuries. They are stories of families, adventures, feuding, deal-making,... More > wars, great journeys, history, and myth. They are stories of the Norse and Celtic settlers and their descendants in Iceland during what is sometimes called the Saga Age. For Asatruars and Heathens, there is indispensible knowledge to be gained here. These tales give us a window into the world of our heathen ancestors. What did they value? How did they resolve conflicts? How did they uphold their responsibilities to their famlies and their friends? How did they approach life and their places within the community? How did they view and honor their Gods and Ancestors? Contained in this volume are nearly 800 pages of Icelandic Sagas. Read, learn, and enjoy these tales of our Ancestors. This is part of a planned 3 volume set. All profits go into a fund to build a Hof and Hall here in the Heartland.< Less
The Saga Hoard - Volume 1 By Unknown , Editor Mark Stinson
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The Icelandic Sagas are prose histories, describing life and events that took place in Iceland, during the 10th and 11th centuries. They are stories of families, adventures, feuding, deal-making,... More > wars, great journeys, history, and myth. They are stories of the Norse and Celtic settlers and their descendants in Iceland during what is sometimes called the Saga Age. For Asatruars and Heathens, there is indispensible knowledge to be gained here. These tales give us a window into the world of our heathen ancestors. What did they value? How did they resolve conflicts? How did they uphold their responsibilities to their famlies and their friends? How did they approach life and their places within the community? How did they view and honor their Gods and Ancestors? Contained in this volume are nearly 800 pages of Icelandic Sagas. Read, learn, and enjoy these tales of our Ancestors. This is part of a planned 3 volume set. All profits go into a fund to build a Hof and Hall here in the Heartland.< Less
The Otter's Ransom: Moral Accompaniments to Legal Codes in the Icelandic Sagas By William Creedle
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The Icelandic sagas contain many interesting clues to the history and culture of both the Vikings and the Early Christian Middle Ages when most were committed to vellum. As written documents they... More > offer a static snapshot of the time in which they were written. The sagas served many purposes: historical justification for family control, documentation of Kingship lines, expressions of pre-nationalistic thought, means to integrate Christianity, perpetuation of traditions, and even entertainment. But what if they served another purpose: a way to transfer legal and moral code in a mostly illiterate society whose heads derived power though their ability to reach fair compromises (often at the expense of what may be right).< Less
The Otter's Ransom: Moral Accompaniments to Legal Codes in the Icelandic Sagas By William Creedle
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The Icelandic sagas contain many interesting clues to the history and culture of both the Vikings and the Early Christian Middle Ages when most were committed to vellum. As written documents they... More > offer a static snapshot of the time in which they were written. The sagas served many purposes: historical justification for family control, documentation of Kingship lines, expressions of pre-nationalistic thought, means to integrate Christianity, perpetuation of traditions, and even entertainment. But what if they served another purpose: a way to transfer legal and moral code in a mostly illiterate society whose heads derived power though their ability to reach fair compromises (often at the expense of what may be right).< Less
Bringing Earth and Sky Together, Volume III By Siegfried Goodfellow
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Third Volume of Bringing Earth and Sky Together includes Proverbs, Poems, and Warnings. Culmination of seven years of meditation and research on the ancient heathen religion of Scandinavia.
Bringing Earth and Sky Together, Volume II By Siegfried Goodfellow
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Second Volume in the Three Volume set from the renowned blog "Heathen Ranter", and the culmination of seven years of meditation and research on the ancient heathen religion of Scandinavia.
Easy Does It By Andrew Kepitis-Andrews
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Every pub in the world is a repository for a rich tapestry of yarns, some true, others fictitious. "Easy Does It" is the second collection of quirky tales from the King's Head in Newtown,... More > narrated by the pub's resident bookie, Egils, who doubles up as a chook-raffler to deflect police attention. Egils, who is known in the Aussie vernacular as "Eggo", is an engaging and rambunctious character — a WW2 German army deserter turned Polish partisan, and now an Australian citizen acting out his colourful past to create a questionable future.< Less