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by: Don, Lari;
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  • ISBN: 9781472941312
  • Publication year: 2016
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by: Pearson, Maggie/Greenwood, Francesca;
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  • ISBN: 9781472913715
  • Publication year: 2015
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by: Don, Lari/Greenwood, Francesca;
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  • ISBN: 9781472916365
  • Publication year: 2015
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  • ISBN: 9781472920980
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Traditional stories, also known as stories about traditions, are different from fiction and non-fiction and can be of different types. Here below are the most important varieties of traditional stories:

  • Anecdote - a short and interesting story about biographical events. It always describes the actual incident involving persons and places.

  • Apologue - a brief story or fable which exaggerates the details. It contains supernatural elements like a fable and makes use of personification.

  • Chivalric romance - a prose or verse narrative that was popular among the European aristocrats. It narrated fantastic stories and adventures to outline the heroic qualities of the protagonist.

  • Creation myth - a work that outlines how the world began and how people started inhabiting it.

  • Etiological myth - a myth that explains the origin of specific cultures and their practices.

  • Fable -a fictional story that can be either prose or verse that features animals, plants, inanimate objects or mythical creatures.

  • Factoid - a questionable statement presented as a fact but without a veracity.

  • Fairytale - a short story that features folkloric fantasy characters including fairies, gnomes, giants, dwarves and trolls

  • Folklore - legends, proverbs, jokes and myths that are related to the traditions of culture, subculture or group.

  • Ghost story -  a fiction or drama which has ghosts as protagonists.

  • Jokes - spoken or written works that are done with humorous intentions

  • Legend - a narrative of human actions which are considered real by both the listeners and teller.  

  • The myth of origins - a myth which has the purpose of describing the origins of the natural and social world.

  • Parable - a story both in verse or prose which outlines moral, religious and normative principles.

  • Political myth- an ideological explanation of a political phenomenon.

  • Tall tale - a story with unreal elements but considered as factual and true.

All these genres have become popular also among children. Do you want to know more about these stories? Take a look at this category. You will find a wide range of digital books about traditional stories for children.

Still can’t find what you're looking for? We recommend also browsing the category of Children's and Teenage Fiction & True Stories. Otherwise, we have more than 500,000 ebooks to choose from. Enjoy reading with Kortext!

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