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Kentucky Folklore

by Gerald Alvey

Availablepaperback$6.95s 978-0-8131-0902-2
New Books for New Readers
64 pages  Pubdate: 09/19/1989  5.5 x 8.5  

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" Thicker’n fiddlers in hell. Independent as a hog on ice. If a bride makes her own clothes, it’s bad luck. It’ll snow in May if it thunders in February. How’s a hen on a fence like a penny? What’s the reddest side of an apple? Learn what folklore and folk culture are and enjoy a generous helping of sayings, rhymes, songs, tall tales, superstitions and riddles from Kentucky.