|Statement||By F. W. N. Bayley. With illustrations by Leech.|
|Contributions||Leech, John, 1817-1864, illus.|
|LC Classifications||PZ8.3.S644 Be|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||96 p. incl. illus., plates.|
|Number of Pages||96|
|LC Control Number||45042401|
Jack, The Giant-Killer by Charles De Lint uses just a tad of the old Jack myth (well, it uses the name and the giant killing) and lots of faeries in the cities, much like in Emma Bull's War for the Oaks. Like the last book it was interesting, but not all that exciting/5(3). Greyson/Jack and the giant killer In this series jack Stratton and replacement () are dealing with a serial killer who kills tall and big men with large dogs. Alice in this series dealing with her past that comes back to haunt her/5. Jack and the Giant Killer is part of the Detective Jack Stratton Mystery-Thriller Series, which has over 5, five-star reviews and one million readers and counting/5(K). In his eighth fantasy novel, the author of Moonheart and Yarrow turns the stories of ""Jack the Giant Killer'' and ``Jack and the Bean Stalk'' into a contemporary tale set in Ottawa. Jacky Rowan's.
Andrew Lang, "The History of Jack the Giant-Killer," The Blue Fairy Book, Lit2Go Edition, (), accessed , The embedded audio player requires a . Jack the Giant-Killer When good King Arthur reigned, there lived near the Land’s End of England, in the county of Cornwall, a farmer who had one only son called Jack. He was brisk and of a ready lively wit, so that nobody or nothing could worst him. Now Jack the Giant-Killer, coming that way, was so taken with the generosity of the prince, that he desired to be his servant. This being agreed upon, the next morning they set forward on their journey together, when, as they were riding out of the town, an old woman called after the prince, saying, “He has owed me twopence these seven years. sent for Jack, and declared that he should always be called Jack the Giant Killer; and they also gave him a sword and belt, upon which was written, in letters of gold:– “This is the valiant Cornishman Who slew the giant Cormoran.”.
This is an old childrens fiction fairy tale book called Jack and the Giant Killer (a Pop-Up Edition), copyright , hard cover, no dust jacket, with illustrations by Harold B. Lentz. The book is in fair condition with a taped cover spine and inside front and back hinge taped to the boards, bumped corners and some soiling on cover, otherwise. A Little Pretty Pocket-Book Intended for the Instruction and Amusement of Little Master Tommy, and Pretty Miss Polly. With Two Letters from Jack the Giant-Killer; as also a Ball and Pincushion; The Use of which will infallibly make Tommy a good Boy, and Polly a good Girl. To which is added, A Little Song-Book, being a New Attempt to teach Children the Use of the English . Jack and the Giant Killer is part of the Detective Jack Stratton Mystery-Thriller Series which has more than 3, five-star reviews and a million readers and counting. If you love a page-turning thriller with mystery, humor, and a dash of Brand: Greyson Media Associates. Jack the Giant-Killer // Audio book “Jack the Giant Killer” is a Cornish fairy tale about a plucky lad who slays a number of giants during King Arthur’s reign. The tale is characterized by violence, gore, and blood-letting. Giants are prominent in Cornish folklore and Welsh Bardic lore.