Rusalki – Slavic Mermaids of Eastern Europe

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A Study of Rusalki – Slavic Mermaids of Eastern Europe

Discover the allure of Slavic mermaids – Rusalki. Author Ronesa Aveela takes an in-depth look at these pale, beautiful water maidens who captivated her heart as a child in the tales her grandmother told her.

Rusalki – Slavic Mermaids, the second book in the series of Eastern European mythology and folklore, takes you into the heart of a rural culture focused on fertility and survival. Through folklore, literature, music, videos, and illustrations, you’ll uncover the secrets of these spirits who have haunted Eastern Europe for centuries.

Rusalki – Slavic Mermaids is an enlightening nonfiction cultural study in the Spirits and Creatures series. If you like impeccable research, chilling stories, and clever humor, then you’ll love Ronesa Aveela’s educational folklore series.

Explore the pages of Rusalki – Slavic Mermaids today to discover a world of wonders.

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Discover the allure of Slavic mermaids – Rusalki. Author Ronesa Aveela takes an in-depth look at these pale, beautiful water maidens who captivated her heart as a child in the tales her grandmother told her.

Rusalki – Slavic Mermaids, the second book in the series of Eastern European mythology and folklore, takes you into the heart of a rural culture focused on fertility and survival. Through folklore, literature, music, videos, and illustrations, you’ll uncover the secrets of these spirits who have haunted Eastern Europe for centuries.

Rusalki – Slavic Mermaids is an enlightening nonfiction cultural study in the Spirits and Creatures series. If you like impeccable research, chilling stories, and clever humor, then you’ll love Ronesa Aveela’s educational folklore series.

Explore the pages of Rusalki – Slavic Mermaids today to discover a world of wonders.

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Weight850 g
Dimensions21 × 2 × 26 cm

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