The Welsh Fairy Book (Illustrated Edition) (Dodo Press)

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William Jenkyn Thomas (1870-1959) was a Welsh teacher, schoolmaster and author. He graduated from Cambridge, lectured at Bangor and became the first Head Master of the Aberdare Intermediate School. From 1905-1935 he was Head Master at Hackney Downs School in London. His works include: Penillion Telyn (1893), Cambrensia (1906) and The Welsh Fairy Book (1907).
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William Jenkyn Thomas (1870-1959) was a Welsh teacher, schoolmaster and author. He graduated from Cambridge, lectured at Bangor and became the first Head Master of the Aberdare Intermediate School. From 1905-1935 he was Head Master at Hackney Downs School in London. His works include: Penillion Telyn (1893), Cambrensia (1906) and The Welsh Fairy Book (1907).
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  • ISBN-13: 9781409973935
  • Publisher: Dodo Press
  • Publication date: 3/5/2010
  • Pages: 224
  • Product dimensions: 6.00 (w) x 9.00 (h) x 0.51 (d)

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  • Anonymous

    Posted March 23, 2014

    Elise

    Cool!

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    Kat

    Your story and chapters are nicely written. The grammar and vocabulary are also a nice touch but it seems slightly choppy. Maybe if you kept it a little longer, say in chapter three, it would flow better. However you have a natural talent for writing and keeping the reader interested and captivated! Just remember to describe the mythical creatures too!

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  • Anonymous

    Posted March 23, 2014

    Chapter 3

    The plane ride was quite boring. I listened to music on my iPod shuffle that I had to sneak with me. The song, Swing Life Away was playing, a clasical favorite of mine was playing. My mom had shown it to me when I was just a kid. God, I missed her. <p>
    <p> "What brings you to Wales?" A man asked. He was tall and old with a scraggly beard that refused to grow no matter how many times he tried to make it. He would never rival Santa Clauss, a fact that I actually knew. <p>
    <p> "Just this and that," I shrugged. What on earth was I supposed to tell him- that I was running away to a new family under a fake identity? <p>
    <p> The man smiled. "That seems to be everyone's reason nowadays. This and that."<p>
    <p> I gave a weak grin, and the man continued. "I myself am going to Wales to research the ghostlore. Do you happen to be interested in the stuff?" <p>
    <p> "Only a little bit." I lied. "I have researched it once or twice." <p>
    <p> "Pity. Of all people, I would have thought you would be interested. Afterall, ghosts are attracted to you. Look in your lap." The man pointed. My eyes widened as I looked down and found one of my closest friends, a flying mint bunny sleeping in my lap. I had met her after watching a show on the internet a few years back in which she had taken part in. Startled, I looked back up to ask the man how he could see her, but he hadsimply disappeared. I craned my head forward. He was not near the front of the plane. I looked to the side. He was not there either. I looked backward, only catching a glimpse of someone disappearing into the bathroom. If it was him, I could only guess as I turned back to face the front and wait for the plane to land.

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