Fairytales, Folklore & Mythology
- Grolier Online
all resources have some information about folklore, fairytales and myths; best to use most specific terms possible to limit results.
- Gale Encyclopedia of Multicultural America
essays on specific culture and ethnoreligious groups in the United States, emphasizing religions, holidays, customs, and languages
- Daily Life Online
click on the Tales, Myths and Urban Legends link near the bottom, or use the link for the Folklore Library on the right side of the page.
- Michigan Electronic Library - MeL Kids
provides links to student-oriented databases as well as other useful information
- e-library Elementary
full-text magazine, newspaper, and reference book articles
- Kids InfoBits
full-text magazine, newspaper and reference book articles for grades k-5
- InfoTrac Junior Edition
full-text magazine, newspaper and reference book articles for middle and junior high school
- InfoTrac Student Edition
full-text magazine, newspaper and reference book articles for high school
- SIRS Discoverer
full-text articles and other research information for children
These resources, along with others,are funded by the Michigan eLibrarywhich can also be accessed at Mel.org with a Michigan driver's license number.
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