In the WWU Libraries, Folktales, Fairy Tales, Myths and Fables arranged by Library of Congress Call Numbers
Look for materials under the following Library of Congress call numbers in the Children's Collection and the PoetryCHaT Collection (not in the picture book section):
NOTE - Origin Stories, Folklore, Fairy Tales, Myths and Fables transcend age and audience. These books may be found throughout the Libraries Collections, as print or e-books, under particular cultures, countries, traditions, and languages.
Many anthologies, or collections of folklore, can be found in both CLIC and the main library.
The Library of Congress (LC) call numbers for folklore in the main library are similar to those used in CLIC. For example, folklore collections from specific countries or regions fall under call number range GR99.6 - GR390.
In Western Libraries OneSearch, try searching by terms such as folklore or oral tradition with country or region. Add the term juvenile materials for folklore collections compiled for children.
OneSearch for WWU Library holdings as well as DVDs, music, and articles: http://library.wwu.edu/
Academic Search Complete for a general article database: http://libguides.wwu.edu/az.php
MLA (Modern Language Association) database: http://libguides.wwu.edu/az.php?a=m
For Classroom Use and Book Reviews
ERIC (Education): http://libguides.wwu.edu/az.php?a=e
Here are some examples of individual folktales and collections of tales, all from CLIC.