There was once a King who had three sons. One day the oldest son went hunting and when night fell his huntsmen came riding home without him. Where is the prince? the King asked. Isn't he here? the huntsmen said. He left us in midafternoon... Read more of The Dragon's Strength at Children Stories.caInformational Site Network Informational
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Collection of Myth by country, or origin. Find a list of all of the myths on this site that is sortable by the source of the myth





Global Myths Sources

- A Book Of Myths

- A Hundred Fables Of La Fontaine

- Aino Folktales

- Ancient Ballads And Legends Of Hindustan

- Anting Anting Stories

- Asgard Stories Tales From Norse Mythology

- Australian Legendary Tales

- Aw-aw-tam Indian Nights

- Breton Legends

- Cossack Fairy Tales

- Creation Myths Of Primitive America

- Curious Myths Of The Middle Ages

- Eskimo Folktales

- Fairy Tales From All Nations

- Flower Fables

- Folk-lore And Legends North American Indian

- Folk-lore And Legends Scandinavian

- Folk-lore And Legends Scotland

- Folk-tales Of The Khasis

- Folklore And Legends Of German

- Folklore Of The Santal Parganas

- Han Folk Lore Stories

- Hebrew Heroes

- Hero Tales And Legends Of The Serbians

- Indian Legends Retold

- Irish Fairy Tales

- Japanese Fairy World

- Laos Folk-lore Of Farther India

- Legends Of The Kaw

- Myths & Legends Of Our New Possessions & Protectorate

- Myths And Legends Of All Nations

- Myths And Legends Of California And The Old Southwest

- Myths And Legends Of Our Own Land

- Old Indian Legends

- Outa Karel's Stories

- Philippine Folklore Stories

- Santal Folk Tales

- South African Folktales

- Tales Of Folk And Fairies

- Teutonic Mythology

- The Book Of Nature Myths

- The Folk Tales Of The Magyars

- The Myth Of Hiawatha

- The Sa'-zada Tales

- Thirty Indian Legends

- Welsh Folk-lore