Author Ronesa Aveela grew up in Bulgaria, spellbound by her grandmother’s tales of spirits and other creatures that haunted the countryside.
Some scary. Some friendly. All fascinating.
She shares those and others in this series of studies about Eastern European mythology and folklore—a rich, colorful blend of Christian and pagan tales, customs, and rituals. Many have lost their original significance, but others are still practiced—especially in remote, rural locations.
Household Spirits, takes you on a journey of discovery of spirits closest to home. You’ll learn historical facts, discover intriguing and horrifying stories, and enjoy beautiful illustrations to gain a complete experience of these elusive house spirits. An enlightening nonfiction cultural study in the Spirits and Creatures. If you like impeccable research, chilling stories, and clever humor, then you’ll love Ronesa Aveela’s educational folklore books.
Want more Slavic folklore? I highly recommend her other book Rusalki – Slavic Mermaids of Eastern Europe