Tales from Silver Lands Movies, Media Adaptations & Suggested Reading

Charles J. Finger
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Finger has written other collections of folktales. Tales Worth Telling and Golden Tales from Far Away contain stories gathered on his travels around the world, including those from Africa, Norway, Ireland, and Mexico; they are similar in style to Tales from Silver Lands. A fourth book of folktales is Finger's Paul Banyan Geography (1931), a collection of North American folktales.

Tales from Silver Lands has been adapted into two filmstrips by MillerBrody: "Tales from Silver Lands" (1972) and "The Magic Ball and Other Tales from Silver Lands" (1972). Miller-Brody has also published a sixteen-millimeter film of "The Tale of the Lazy People" (1976) and a recording of "The Calabash Man." In 1970 Newbery Award Records made a recording of Tales from Silver Lands that includes "The Magic Ball," "Na-Ha the Fighter," and "The Tale of the Lazy People."

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