8 edition of Legends of Paul Bunyan found in the catalog.
Legends of Paul Bunyan
|Statement||Harold W. Felton, editor ; illustrations by Richard Bennett ; foreword by James Stevens.|
|Series||The Fesler-Lampert Minnesota heritage book series|
|Contributions||Felton, Harold W., 1902-, Bennett, Richard, 1899-1971, illus.|
|LC Classifications||PS461.B8 L45 2008|
|The Physical Object|
|LC Control Number||2008016683|
Legends of Paul Bunyan. New York, A.A. Knopf, (OCoLC) Named Person: Paul Bunyan, (Legendary character); Paul Bunyan, (Legendary character) Material Type: Juvenile audience: Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: Harold W Felton; Richard Bennett; Rouben Mamoulian Collection (Library of Congress). After 30 years, in , the oral telling of the Paul Bunyan legend made print. In an adman used the story in a pamphlet for the Red River Lumber .
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Paul Bunyan is a giant lumberjack and folk hero in American and Canadian folklore. His exploits revolve around the tall tales of his superhuman labors, and he is customarily accompanied by Babe the Blue character originated in the oral tradition of North American loggers, and was later popularized by freelance writer William B.
Laughead (–) in a promotional pamphlet for Nationality: American. This item: Legends of Paul Bunyan (Fesler-Lampert Minnesota Heritage Book) by Harold W. Felton Paperback $ Only 10 left in stock Cited by: 1. Legends of Paul Bunyan book.
Read 3 reviews from the world's largest community for readers. Paul Bunyan is a true American folk character, created in log /5. This item: The Legend of Paul Bunyan (Famous Legends) by Julia McDonnell Paperback $ Only Legends of Paul Bunyan book left in stock (more on the way).
Ships from and sold by : Julia McDonnell. The Bunyan legend was further popularized by numerous children’s books and by civic festivals held to attract tourists to “Bunyan-land.” Paul Bunyan is the subject of poems by the American poets Robert Frost, Carl Sandburg, and Richard Wilbur and of an operetta by the Anglo-American poet W.H.
Auden and the English composer Benjamin Britten. Soon, Paul Bunyan began to appear in newspapers, magazines, books and even a Walt Disney cartoon.
In t The loggers who settled Michigan's Upper Peninsula whiled away winter evenings with tales of extreme weather, strange geography, legendary beasts and improbable feats/5. Paul Bunyan is a giant lumberjack in American folklore who has long been the hero of the American logging camps.
His exploits, which revolved around the tall tales of his superhuman labors, were told by the fires of bunkhouses in the northern camps from Wisconsin to Maine, from Minnesota to Oregon, to Washington and California for decades. Customarily accompanied by Babe, the Blue Ox, his.
Legends of Paul Bunyan book funny retelling of the tallest of tall tales, the rollicking adventures of Paul Bunyan and his great blue ox, paired with the extravagant and lively illustrations of Steven Kellogg. Perfect for read-alouds full of laughter.
out of 5 stars Learn your American legends. Reviewed in the United States on Novem Verified Purchase/5(84). James Stevens wrote a book called Paul Bunyan in This book said that French Canadians people made up the Paul Bunyan stories during the Papineau Rebellion ofwhen they were fighting against would explain why Paul Bunyan's last name is "Bunyan", because "Bunyan" sounds like the French-Canadian slang word "Bonyenne", which is something that they.
In the author’s own words. In William Laughead authored a booklet called The Marvelous Exploits of Paul Bunyan, telling the story of Paul’s journey “from Maine to California.”He explains the origin of the Bunyan tales in his book. “When the Red River Lumber Company started using Paul Bunyan stories in their advertising in it was soon learned that Paul was unknown to the.
“Paul Bunyan” by Steven Kellogg is a tall tale about the folk hero Paul Bunyan. The illustrations in the book are very detailed and humorous. The story tells about how Paul was born in Maine, but the family ends up moving west, because young Paul’s strength and /5().
James Stevens wrote a book called Paul Bunyan in This book said that French Canadians people made up the Paul Bunyan stories during the Papineau Rebellion ofwhen they were fighting against England. This would explain why Paul Bunyan's last name is "Bunyan", because "Bunyan" sounds like the French-Canadian slang word "Bonyenne", which is something that they might say.
This book is very comprehensive, and very well done. It has beautiful color images, and provides the most complete telling of Paul Bunyan stories of any book published to date.
Just be aware it was published 70 years ago, and the quality is not that of a newer book. Even the "Very Good" copies are going to have issues/5. Collected in colorful and engaging sections such as “Paul the Man,” “Paul and the Animal Kingdom,” and “The Wonderful Big Blue Ox, Babe,” Legends of Paul Bunyan features more than thirty authors celebrating the largest lumberman, including stories by such Bunyan luminaries as James Stevens and W.
Laughead, as well as such. OCLC Number: Description: pages illustrations 22 cm: Contents: Little Paul and the British Navy --Paul Bunyan finds a trade --A full-grown logger --Babe the blue ox --Babe helps out --The buckskin harness --Lucy and Benny --The man who invented cussing --Johnny and the flipped flapjacks --Mrs.
Paul and the children --The camp on the big onion --Prunestones and coffee grounds --The. We just finished term one using Ambleside Online (year 3 and year 4), and one of my favorite books was on Paul Bunyan. I read the boys Paul Bunyan Swings His Axe, written by Dell J McCormick.
It was SUCH a fun book to read through and gave us all some good laughs. Legends. The Legend of Paul Bunyan by Julia McDonnell.
Hardcover (Library Binding) $ Ship book by paul bloom. book by julia mcdonnell. Explore More Items. Alligators Are Not Pets. 11/01/Gr 3–5—These volumes address why certain animals make bad, and even dangerous, pets. For example, Pages: Discover Legends of Paul Bunyan by University Of Minnesota Press, Richard Bennett, University of Nebraska Foundation | and millions of other books available at Barnes & Noble.
Shop paperbacks, eBooks, and more!Brand: University of Minnesota Press. The Legend of John Henry: An animated story which explores the life of the legendary John Henry, a Black man who pitted his strength against the. Paul Bunyan was a hero of North America’s lumberjacks, the workers who cut down trees.
He was known for his strength, speed and skill. Tradition says he cleared forests from the northeastern United States to the Pacific Ocean. A obituary for Bradford described John Henry as "a better piece of native folklore than Paul Bunyan."  Ezra Jack Keats 's John Henry: An American Legend, published inis a notable picture book chronicling the history of John Henry and portraying him as the "personification of the medieval Everyman who struggles against.This sort of book belongs in adult collections of folklore, as well as among books for story telling and reading aloud.
It should have long term value for reference in Americana collections, for here is a good selection from the multiplicity of yarns, timberland lore, that have grown up around the legendary Paul Bunyan and his blue ox, Babe. There are a few familiar names among the.Legends of Paul Bunyan edited by Harold W.
Felton Paul Bunyan is a true American folk character, created in logging camp bunkhouses by men who spun exaggerated stories that combined hard work and fantasy. While the origins of Paul Bunyan and his sidekick Babe the Blue Ox are hazy, many storytellers have over the years contributed their own takes to produce an existing body of work—a true.