Best Asian Myth & Legend eBooks in 2022

Asian Myth and Legend eBooks

You may be interested in learning more about the many cultures of Asia, and especially about their myths and legends. The Chinese, for example, had a number of gods. These beliefs were based on their own religious practices and observances, so many of them were incredibly different than those of the West. You can learn about these diverse cultures in our eBooks. However, if you want to learn more about the myths and legends of Asia, you may want to purchase a copy of one or more of these books.

Book 1

If you've been fascinated by Asian cultures, Book One of Asian Myth & Legend eBooks will get you started. The first book in this series is titled The Legend of the Moon Maiden, illustrated by Loke Diew Hong and translated by Koh Kok Kiang. This classic story is a favorite of children and adults alike. Other eBooks in this series include The Ancient Tales and Folklore of China, edited by Martin Palmer and Edward T. C. Werner. These include Confucian, Buddhist, and Taoist mythology.

In Book One, Chinese Myths and Legends, you'll discover that China has more than dragons and cats. The colorful collection of stories reveals the rich cultural heritage of China. Learn about the origin of Chinese legends, and explore how they have impacted the lives of its people and the world around them. The book also includes pronunciation guides and information on further reading. The author, Shelley Fu, is a technical editor from Chicago.

Book 2

In Asian mythology, the dragon was a symbol of emperors. Dragons were also symbolic of good fortune and luck. When the legendary Yellow Emperor died, he turned into a dragon. These are just some of the stories in Book 2 of Asian Myth & Legend eBooks. If you like Asian myths, you'll want to check out Book 1 and Book 2.

This book will teach you about the history of Chinese mythology and the pantheon of native Chinese Gods and Immortals. It has 344 pages in the PDF version. It was originally published in 1922. If you want to learn more about Chinese mythology, you should start by reading the book that covers the origin of the pantheon. Chinese mythology is fascinating and the eight immortals have been depicted in many movies.

Book 3

In Book 3 of the Asian Myth & Legend eBook series, we'll learn about some of the most iconic Chinese tales. One such tale involves a nine-tailed fox who takes on the form of a human and sets out to find his lost brother. A mix of mythologies, culture, and prominent influences from Malaysia help to create a story filled with sapphic romance.

Whether you're looking for an overview of Chinese mythology or want to get more in-depth about some of the more infamous stories, the best way to understand the roots of these tales is to read a book by a scholar. Book 3 of Asian Myth & Legend eBooks includes the seminal Legend of the Moon Maiden, illustrated by Loke Diew Hong and translated by Koh Kok Kiang. The book also contains an overview of Chinese mythology, such as the essential Encyclopedia of Chinese Mythology, edited by Martin Palmer and Edward T. C. Werner.

Book 4

The Asian Myth & Legend Book 4 eBook is a great way to learn more about the culture of this fascinating continent. Werner's work details the evolution of Chinese cosmology and the pantheon of native Gods and Immortals. It also describes the law and institutions of this country, as well as rules on sexuality, marriage, and children. For a better understanding of the mythology, it is necessary to understand Chinese culture and religion.

There are many myths and legends of Asian origin, from ancient Chinese stories to myths in Japan and Korea. Each country has its own unique set of legends. Asian folk tales range from the mystical to the comic to the weird and wonderful, making them popular for readers of all ages. They are also available as eBooks in the Public Domain and Classic collections. For more information, you can find these books at a local bookstore or download them for free.

Book 5

If you have been interested in Asian Mythology, then Book 5 of Asian Myth & Legend will surely interest you. This book contains several important legends of the Chinese people, such as the famous monkey who became a god after years of struggle and clever trickery. This story is famous in many art works, and the battle between all the Chinese gods is often depicted in Asian movies. This book also contains details on the eight immortals in the mythology of China.

The first book in this series is Taoism and Chinese Religion by Henri Maspero, translated by Frank A. Kierman. It contains the traditional Taoist mythology and spiritual discipline. The second book, Mooncakes and Hungry Ghosts, explores Buddhism and the Hindu deity Kuan Yin, which is the most revered goddess in the world.

Book 6

Book 6 of the Asian Myth & Legend eBooks series is a collection of stories from around the world, with themes including love, death, and courage. The set also contains an introduction to mythology. Book 6 covers the origins of Chinese mythology, with stories dating back to the 1200s. It is available as a PDF and costs $4.99. The first two books are written in Chinese, while Book 7 covers mythology in Mongolian, Korean, and Japanese.

Book 7

Book 7 of the Asian Myth & Legend eBook series is titled "Myths and Legends of China." This book covers the history of Chinese cosmology and the pantheon of native Gods and Immortals. In 344 pages, this book is available for free through the Gutenberg Project. This is a great way to learn about Asian mythology, or any other culture for that matter.

The Eight Immortals of Taoism: The eighth volume of the series covers some of the most popular Taoist legends and fables. This book includes both the classic tale and the comic book version of the story. Both authors translated the stories, and Chan Kok Sing's illustrations make them even more popular. Another book, The Eight Immortals: Crossing the Sea, includes stories about the legend of the Yellow Emperor.

Book 8

A great blend of Chinese folklore, Asian mythology, and contemporary culture, Where the Mountain Meets the Moon will transport readers to a mysterious realm full of creatures of the night. The book also includes information about the legendary Yellow Emperor, who turns into a dragon when he dies. The tale is a compelling one, with plenty of action and adventure! This book is sure to please fans of fantasy, Asian mythology, and science fiction.

In addition to presenting traditional Chinese tales, Chinese Myths & Legends is an excellent choice for young children. This colorful, multicultural children's book offers an intriguing look into the literature of this fascinating and thriving country. The book includes seven classic Chinese tales, including myths about creation, love, and mortality. The illustrations and text are charming and engaging, and the glossary of terms and motifs make the text an ideal resource for educators and parents.

Book 9

This colorful multicultural children's book explores the fascinating world of Chinese folk tales. It gives readers a fascinating insight into a thriving literary culture. The book features seven classic Chinese tales, including those about creation, mortality, and love. In addition, it includes pronunciation guides and references to further reading. Author Shelley Fu is a technical editor in Chicago. She has written several books on Asian mythology and legends.

Legend of the Moon Maiden, translated and illustrated by Loke Diew Hong, is a seminal Asian myth. Other notable titles in this series include the Essential Chinese Mythology, edited by Edward T. C. Werner and Martin Palmer. It contains stories that reflect Buddhist, Taoist, and Confucian cultures. In addition, it features a Chinese Cinderella story. The story also includes the Legend of the Dragon King, an enduring Chinese folktale.

Book 10

If you are looking for a new way to explore Asian mythology, Book 10 of Asian Myth & Legend is a great option. Author Werner covers the evolution of the Chinese cosmology and its pantheon of native Immortals and Gods. The PDF version has 344 pages and was originally published in 1922. If you're a Harry Potter fan, you may be disappointed by the book's ending.

Becky Watson

Commissioning Editor in Walker’s “6+” team. I work on books across the different children’s genres, including non-fiction, fiction, picture books, gift books and novelty titles. Happy to answer questions about children's publishing – as best I can – for those hoping to enter the industry!

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