The Latin American Story Finder: A Guide to 470 Tales from Mexico, Central America, and South America, Listing Subjects and Sources. By Sharon Barcan Elswit. Jefferson, NC: McFarland, 2015. 318 pp. (Reviewed by John Bierhorst)

The Princess and the Goblin and Other Fairy Tales. By George MacDonald. Edited by Shelley King and John B. Pierce. Toronto: Broadview, 2014. 382 pp. (Reviewed by Sara Cleto, The Ohio State University)

Tales of the Brothers Grimm. Illustrated by Natalie Frank. Edited by Karen Marta. Bologna: Damiani Press, 2015. 272 pp. (Reviewed by Kirsten Rae Simonsen, University of Hawai‘i at Mānoa)

Folktales and Fairy Tales: Traditions and Texts from Around the World, 2nd ed. Edited by Anne E. Duggan and Donald Haase, with Helen J. Callow. Santa Barbara, CA: Greenwood, 2016. Four volumes: 388 pp., 364 pp., 376 pp., 462 pp. (Reviewed by Carmen Nolte-Odhiambo, University of Hawai‘i, West O‘ahu)

The Edinburgh Critical Edition of the Selected Writings of Andrew Lang. Edited by Andrew Teverson, Alexandra Warwick, and Leigh Wilson. Edinburgh: Edinburgh University Press, 2015. Two volumes: 452 pp., 415 pp. (Reviewed by Mary Sellers, Pennsylvania State University)

Fairy Tales in Popular Culture. Edited by Martin Hallett and Barbara Karasek. Peterborough, Canada: Broadview Press, 2014. 217 pp. (Reviewed by Brittany Warman, The Ohio State University)

New Approaches to Teaching Folk and Fairy Tales. Edited by Christa C. Jones and Claudia Schwabe. Logan: Utah State University Press, 2016. 252 pp. (Reviewed by Theodora Goss, Boston University)

From Dog Bridegroom to Wolf Girl: Contemporary Japanese Fairy-Tale Adap- tations in Conversation with the West. By Mayako Murai. Detroit: Wayne State University Press, 2015. 178 pp. (Reviewed by Rose Williamson, University of Chichester)

The Irish Fairy Tale: A Narrative Tradition from the Middle Ages to Yeats and Stephens. By Vito Carrassi. Translated by Kevin Wren. Lanham, MD: John Cabot University Press, 2012. 207 pp. (Reviewed by Deanna Allred, Utah State University)

Japanese Mythology in Film: A Semiotic Approach to Reading Japanese Film and Anime. By Yoshiko Okuyama. Lanham, MD: Lexington Books, 2015. 244 pp. (Reviewed by Micheline M. Soong, Hawai‘i Pacific University)

The Politics of Magic: DEFA Fairy-Tale Films. By Qinna Shen. Detroit: Wayne State University Press, 2015. 311 pp. (Reviewed by Julie Koehler, Wayne State University)

Preserving the Magic Spell: Basile’s “The Tale of Tales” and Its Afterlife in the Fairy-Tale Tradition. By Armando Maggi. Chicago: University of Chicago Press, 2015. 401 pp. (Reviewed by Bethany Hanks, Utah State University)

Seven Miles of Steel Thistles: Reflections on Fairy Tales. By Katherine Langrish. Oxfordshire, U.K.: Greystones Press, 2016. 294 pp. (Reviewed by Abigail Heiniger, Bluefield College)

Transforming Tales: Rewriting Metamorphosis in Medieval French Literature. By Miranda Griffin. Oxford, U.K.: Oxford University Press, 2015. 270 pp. (Reviewed by Jack Zipes, University of Minnesota)