C.) Andersen's fairy tales, situated as they are in a crosscultural mix between folklore, booklore
and medialore, and therefore useful as "trash" in modern children's FairyPlay.
Iqbal again while telling us about the importance of nature writes, "All the wonderful booklore
in your library is not worth one glorious sunset on the banks of the Ravi."10
Fuks-Mansfeld, who write, "It is a remarkable and regrettable fact that most of the historians of the book and booklore
from the oldest times to the present day completely neglect the history of the Jewish book.
If manuscripts were at first studied as a means to learn more about the content of a text, that is, as an ancillary science to philology, nowadays codicology, which rather irreverently could be defined as everything about the manuscript except its text, has particularly proved to be rewarding for the study of Islamic booklore
and a better understanding of Muslim scholarship.
David Suzuki's Green Guide turned out to be a big seller at stores across the country, including Banyen Books in Vancouver, Pages Books and Magazines in Toronto, and Booklore
in Orangeville, Ontario, among others.
would make an appearance and talk about how he much preferred to spend his time getting new books ready for the children to borrow than he did cleaning up and fixing old books.
See Aviva Ben-Ur, "In Search of the American Ladino Press: A Bibliographic Survey, 1910-1948," Studies Bibliography and Booklore
21 (Fall 2001): 32-33.
Leslie and me, "The Fink/Liebermann Visit to the Kaifeng Jews," Studies in Bibliography and Booklore
Epstein: "Simon Levi Ginzburg's illustrated customal of Venice, 1593 and its travels," Proceedings of the Fifth World Congress of Jewish Studies 4 (1973); Chone Shmeruk: "Haiyurim min haminhagim beyidish Venitzia 1593," Studies in Bibliography and Booklore
15 (1984); Chone Shmeruk: Haiyurim lesifrei yidish bameot ha 16-17 (Jerusalem: Akademon, 1986); Chone Shmeruk: "Reshimah kronologit shel hamahadurot beyidish shel haminhagim shel Shimon Halevi Ginzburg ad 1800: Haiyurim min haminhagim beyidish (Venitzia 1593)," Studies in Bibliography and Booklore
(3.) For a bibliography, see Dov Rappel, "A Bibliography of American Jewish Textbooks, 1766-1919," Studies in Bibliography and Booklore
18 (1993): 27-62.
See Moshe Perlmann, "Ibn Qayyim and Samau al al-Maghribi," Journal of Jewish Booklore
3 (1942): 71-74.
Nancy Frater, owner of Booklore
in Orangeville, Ontario, says it's a useful how-to green shopping guide.