is honestly the best book of its kind that I've read since Joseph Campbell's The Hero of a Thousand Faces.
An imaginary voyage up the northern seas of Olaus Magnus's renowned 1539 Carta Marina
, with Olaus himself as the guide.
New expanded second edition of the whimsical blend of dragon lore and animal-raising guide. Lavishly illustrated.
"To anyone wishing to learn more not only on Dragons, but also other creatures, this is a great start."
"Joseph Nigg's The Book of Fabulous Beasts
is the definitive work in this field."
"It's hard to imagine a more complete treatment of these amazing creatures."
--The Story Bag Newsletter
". . . both good mythology and good fun. . ."
--The Houston Chronicle
A history of the most majestic of all mythical creatures.