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by Glen Rounds,Alvin Schwartz

eBook Kickle Snifters and Other Fearsome Critters download ISBN: 0064461297
Author: Glen Rounds,Alvin Schwartz
Publisher: Harpercollins Childrens Books (October 1, 1992)
Language: English
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Schwartz, Alvin, 1927-1992; Rounds, Glen, 1906-2002. A Bantam Skylark book. Includes bibliographical references (page 63). Brief text and illustrations introduce such strange creatures from American folklore as the snawfus, billdad, lufferlang, and tripodero.

Schwartz, Alvin, 1927-1992; Rounds, Glen, 1906-2002. Juvenile literature, Mythical animals, United States, Animals, Mythical, Folklore. New York : Bantam Books.

Alvin Schwartz was born April 25, 1927. Schwartz began his career as a journalist, but, after the publication of his bestselling book A Twister of Twists, a Tangler of Tongues, he devoted himself to becoming a collector and arranger of folk wisdom, rhyme, and silliness

Alvin Schwartz was born April 25, 1927. Schwartz began his career as a journalist, but, after the publication of his bestselling book A Twister of Twists, a Tangler of Tongues, he devoted himself to becoming a collector and arranger of folk wisdom, rhyme, and silliness. Schwartz is known for a body of work of more than two dozen books of folklore for young readers that explore everything from wordplay and humor to tales and legends of all kinds. Schwatz is best known for the Scary Stories to Tell in the Dark series, which featured gruesome, nightmarish illustrations by Stephen Gammell.

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Rounds makes the members of this far-fetched menagerie look appropriately deranged and, for doubting city slickers .

Rounds makes the members of this far-fetched menagerie look appropriately deranged and, for doubting city slickers, there are notes on the sources, though Schwartz allows that many have been ""embellished"" a bit. The names alone are worth the price of admission, and this home grown bestiary threatens to upstage all those well-groomed unicorns and dragons from foreign parts.

Schwartz was born in Brooklyn, New York, the son of Gussie and Harry . Kickle Sniffers and Other Fearsome Critters. Witcracks: Jokes and Jests from American Folklore.

Schwartz was born in Brooklyn, New York, the son of Gussie and Harry Schwartz, a taxi driver. After a stint in the navy, Schwartz became interested in writing. He received his bachelor's degree from Colby College and a master's degree in journalism from Northwestern University. He reported for The Binghamton Press from 1951 to 1955. A series of his books on folklore for children were illustrated by Glen Rounds and each featured a type of folklore: the first, A Twister of Twists, a Tangler of Tongues, was published in 1972.

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Kickle Snifters and Other Fearsome Critters.

Brief text and illustrations introduce such strange creatures from American folklore as the snawfus, billdad, lufferlang, and tripodero.