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12 slovenian folktales (English)

12 SLOVENSKIH LJUDSKIH PRIPOVEDI

12 slovenian folktales (English)
  • 12 slovenian folktales (English)
  • Redna cena:

    15,00 €

  • Popust:

    0,75 € (5%)

  • Spletna cena:

    14,25 €

  • Avtor:

    Dušica Kunaver, Brigita Lipovšek, Igor Ribič

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Opis izdelka

Zakaj je zmaj simbol naše prestolnice? So visoke gore v naši deželi gradili velikani? So vile, škratje in druga skrivnostna bitja nekdaj res živeli v okolici naših vasi? Je Zlatorog razril naše gore z zlatimi rogovi? Kdo se iz stene Prisanka ozira nazaj na poti čez Vršič? Kdo trka v rudnikih za rudo in poštenostjo? Je Miklova Zala mit ali resnica?
Na vsa ta in taka vprašanja je odgovorilo naše ljudstvo davno prej, preden je znanost oblikovala svoje odgovore. Ljudske razlage o nastanku dežele in o zgodovinskem dogajanju na naših tleh bodo vedno ostale dragocena narodova dediščina, sporočilo iz davnine, prikaz življenja in mišljenja naših dedov.
Knjiga je napisana v angleškem in slovenskem jeziku.

Trda vezava, 20,5 x 28,5 cm, 40 strani.

It happened once in a folktale and reality
Why is the symbol of the Slovenian capitol a dragon? Were lofty Slovenian mountains really built by giants? Did fairies, dwarves and other mysterious beings really dwell around Slovenian villages? Did Zlatorog really raze Slovenian mountains with his golden horns? Who searches the underground mines for ore and honesty? Is the story about Miklova Zala a legend or reality?
A Slovenian folktale had provided answers to these questions long before science reached conclusions. These explanations of our country´s beginings and historic events will always remain a part of Slovenia´s precious national heritage, a message from the ancient past and a vivid account of our ancestors´ life and beliefs.
This book is written in both languages: the English and the Slovene. Its aim is to acquaint readers across the world with a few gems of Slovenian folklore, while reminding Slovenian readers of our conutry´s treasures. It could serve younger children as the picture book of fairytales; school-age children as a friendly guide to learn English while helping their parents bring back memories of their childhood stories and guide foreign visitors through Slovenia´s natural beauties and cultural heritage.

Hard cover, 40 pages.