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The Small Bestiary. Invisible Helpers  is an outstanding read for youngsters who are passionate about stories of mythical beasts, dwarves and Slavic creatures.

The richly illustrated “Atlas of Legends” by Paweł Zych, the author of the popular “Slavic Bestiaries”, opens a new series on Polish tales. Divided into several parts, it presents stories from Lower and Upper Silesia, the Lubusz province and Greater Poland.

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The phenomenon of highway robbery as a part of the Carpathian folklore has fascinated many for years. This book features 37 most (in)famous head bandits (harnaś in Polish) who operated in the Carpathian Mountains from the 16th until the 19th century, some of them brazenly venturing as far as Moravia, Silesia, Podole or even Cracow and Przemyśl.

A collection of 65 folk and literary stories newly written by Bartłomiej Grzegorz Sala.

The album features a collection of literary renditions of folk tales and legends associated with thirty most interesting old castles dotting the Sudeten Mountains, such as the strongholds in Prudnik, Ząbkowice Śląskie, Gniewoszów, Zagórz Śląski, Bolków or Czocha in Leśna.

Legends of Świętokrzyskie Castles is an illustrated book of folk and literary legends by Bartłomiej Grzegorz Sala presenting 24 most interesting castles in the Świętokrzyskie region — Świętokrzyskie Mountains and the surrounding foothills and forelands, e.g. castles in Opoczno, Szydłowiec, Kielce, Chęciny, Ujazdów and Sandomierz.

The Slavic Bestiary. Part One and Two is a unique edition of the popular “Bestiaries” containing both volumes in the series: “On Dwarves, Water Elves and Water Nymphs”, and “The Slavic Bestiary 2”.

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Acclaimed for their unique work, artists Witold Vargas and Paweł Zych have come together again to take us on a journey through the nether world and our own in search of saints and devils inhabiting the Polish land.

The Book of Polish Dragons features historical-ethnographic portraits of 25 mythical beasts – dragons, monstrous snakes and other outlandish creatures  once believed to have inhabited the Polish lands.

A real treat for all ectoplasm enthusiasts. This beautifully illustrated album features ghosts, ghouls and apparitions believed to have been haunting selected Polish towns and castles.

Magical Professions. Blacksmith, Wizard, Alchemist  is another book by Witold Vargas and Paweł Zych, which is a continuation of the extremely popular Legendarz series.

When we look into Polish tales, fables and legends, we get the impression that our forefathers were passionate about such stories. Centuries of history gave rise to a vast, colourful and densely-populated world of Polish folk beliefs.