2 edition of Master and maid. found in the catalog.
Master and maid.
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The Master and the Maid by Laura Libricz is the first book in The Heavens Pond Trilogy. Set in Medieval Germany, the story concerns Katarina, who is the 'Maid' of the title, the aristocratic Herr Sebald Tucher, the 'Master', and a host of peasants, merchants, landowners, and Jesuit priests/5.
It is only with the help of the Master Maid, a beautiful young woman who cooks for the troll, that Leif is able to complete his tasks.
When the irate troll decides to put him into a stew, the two escape. The troll pursues them and it is the Master Maid who saves the day. At the book's end, the couple get married/5(2). Picture book • Ages 4 & up.
Aaron Shepard is the award-winning author of The Baker’s Dozen, I’d say Master Maid is his best yet.”—Kate Frankel, Storyline, Fall “This enchanting fairy tale is a clever and lively story that makes a mark for gender equity.
The Master and the Maid: Heaven's Pond Trilogy Book 1 is a must-read for all readers who enjoy the German Catholic Protestant war and historical or 17th century settings in novels. Author Laura Libricz certainly knows her facts and correct information, and has combined this into a compelling novel with in-depth characters and a really good plot.4/5(30).
First recorded by Asbjørnsen and Moe in the nineteenth century, The Master Maid (Mestermø in the original Norwegian) is the story of a willful young man who, against the advise of his father, finds work with a troll.
The tasks he is given - cleaning out the troll's stables with an enchanted pitchfork, fetching his fire-breathing stallion, collecting a tax from the fairies - would have proven /5. The Master Maid puts the golden apple on the table and then the golden chickens, which start to fight over the apple.
The prince comments on it, and the Master Maid says that it was just as they fought to get away from the giant, and his memory is restored, so he marries the .