Digital Literacy: Its Application to Folklore Studies

Digital Literacy refers to the ability and competence of individuals to research, evaluate and compose clear information through writing and other media on digital platforms. This paper will examine the uses and application of digital literacy to the study, research and publication of folklore. The paper will the proceed to examine both the benefits and challenges of digital literacy to the studies of folklore.

Folk Tales For Bold Girls

My new book is intended to inspire all the little girls who admire women like Michelle Obama, Lucy Bronze, Malala Yousafzai and Jacqueline Wilson.
Folk Tales for Bold Girls is packed full of my own retellings of folktales from around the world, each one telling the story of a little girl — not a princess or a goddess, but a little girl the same age as the target readership, between 7 and 12 years old.

Forest Folk Tales for Children: Of Hobs, Dragons, Witches and More!

Twenty-two thousand words, research of folk tales from across the UK and 2 months to do it. What had I gotten myself in for? One heck of a ride, that’s for sure, but was it worth it?

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