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Odin as Santa and the Norse influence Christmas By Samantha Luccese
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“Odin as Santa and the Norse influence Christmas” explores the myths of the Norse and how those myths influence modern Christmas traditions. Myths and the icons, such as the gods and... More > goddesses, were one way for ancient societies to understand life and the environment around them. “Odin as Santa and the Norse influence Christmas” seeks to reveal the ancient, Pre-Christian story behind the modern, Christian one, associated with Christmas traditions and decorations. This work looks at the Norse mythology and its gods, Christmas symbols and flora and their Nordic backgrounds. This work looks at the image of the manger and the birth of the Scared Child.< Less
The First Christmas: A story of the Norse Pagans By Jason Perdue
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This is the story of Finn, a Norse Pagan boy, celebrating Yul; an annual mid-winter festival which is the earliest recorded celebration of what we know today as Christmas!
Mythology for Students: Greek, Egyptian, Norse By Craig Whitmore
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How did we name our planets? What about the days of our week? Months of the year? This is a collection of mythologies from the Greek, Egyptian, and Norse traditions. It has been written with the... More > average middle-school student in mind. (So the gory, disgusting, and socially objectionable parts of these stories have been edited to make them more appropriate for kids.) It has been used in the public school setting as the text for a semester-length elective class for 5th through 8th grade students.< Less
Mythology for Students: Greek, Egyptian, Norse By Craig Whitmore
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How did we name our planets? What about the days of our week? Months of the year? This is a collection of mythologies from the Greek, Egyptian, and Norse traditions. It has been written with the... More > average middle-school student in mind. (So the gory, disgusting, and socially objectionable parts of these stories have been edited to make them more appropriate for kids.) It has been used in the public school setting as the text for a semester-length elective class for 5th through 8th grade students.< Less
Ancient Norse Mythological legends and lore By Þórhildur Sif Þórmundsdóttir
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In this book, the old Norse mythological gods, goddesses, other characters, places and such, have been brought to live. How the earth and everything on it came to be according to the old religion and... More > how the people of this old time saw their world. This translation is made from the ancient scripts by Snorri Sturluson and are quite accurate, yet child friendly. Þórhildur Sif Þórmundsdóttir studied art from very young age at Reykjavik school of Art. She later studied Multimedia, minoring in teaching studies. For the past years she has studied law, minoring in Russian culture, language and literature and Icelandic folk lore studies at the University of Iceland.< Less
In The Days of Giants: A Book of Norse Tales By Abbie Farwell Brown
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Rood Der: 10: Norse Noir By Douglas Christian Larsen
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Rood Der: 10: Norse Noir. Joss Chen takes a case and finds himself in the black rain on the edge of Pharmacity, but crossing over soon into Clown Town, where he might just meet the Woman of his... More > dreams, and face down a Viking warrior from another world. Which beast will Joss feed, the Pitbull or the Wolf, and will he escape this surreal nightmare with any shred of sanity remaining? How deep are we, immersed in this world we call reality? How many turtles down do we go, in this discombobulated, mixed-metaphor, rabbit-hole world? Their world might be based on Ayn Rand, her writings, philosophies, and her U.S. Presidency, but how dense are their numbers compressed, and for how long will their simulation even run? This little group has been provided an exit, but would anyone be rude enough to dare and leave their very own reality? Take the Rude Dare, and Cross over, where data is data, through the Red Door. From the author of Vestigial Surreality comes the new serial novel, Rood Der.< Less
Summary & Study Guide: Norse Mythology By BookRags.com
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This study guide includes the following sections: Plot Summary, Chapter Summaries & Analysis, Characters, Objects/Places, Themes, Style, Quotes, and Topics for Discussion.
Norse Mythology: Nordic Mythology Its Gods And History By Harald Pedersen
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Are you fascinated by the characters and myths of Thor and Odin, and eager to learn more about the Nordic gods, the significance of Ragnarok and the history of Norse mythology? By reading this book... More > you will learn about the history of Norse mythology and become familiar with the Nordic gods. This book provides clear information about the numerous gods such as Thor, Odin, Loki, the Valkyries as you learn about their origins and legends. Discover the gloomy fate of Ragnarok, and what it meant for the gods and people of that mystic time. This book reveals not only the myths of Norse mythology, but also provides the reader with historical background information of the Norse people, their developments, their history, and Ragnarok. It reveals and explains many of the sagas and legends, and you will become familiar with the most important mystic places, legends, poems, and anecdotes of the Nordic gods and their meanings for humans.< Less
Mythology for Students: Greek, Egyptian, Norse Student Workbook By Craig Whitmore
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How did we name our planets? What about the days of our week? Months of the year? This is a collection of mythologies from the Greek, Egyptian, and Norse traditions. It has been written with the... More > average middle-school student in mind. (So the gory, disgusting, and socially objectionable parts of these stories have been edited to make them more appropriate for kids.) It has been used in the public school setting as the text for a semester-length elective class for 5th through 8th grade students. This is the student workbook with questions, wordsearches, mazes, and activities to go along with each story.< Less

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