"The endnotes, this time, are perfunctory and too brief to contribute to readers' understanding of the tales' origins, but the stories—brief and lyrical—carry the wealth and wisdom of the human experience. (Folklore. 10-14)"
Continuing their collaboration on collections of stories (The Golden Hoard, 1996; The Silver Treasure, 1997), McCaughrean and Willey serve up 27 stories from around the world, focusing this time on individuals.
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