A sample of resources on mythology, fairy tales, and urban legends.
How does this work?
1. Select a title.
2. If it's a physical book, check the holdings information to make sure it's not checked out.
3. If it's available, text or write down the call number and location. You'll need it to find the book on the library shelves.
4. Locate the book on the shelves. To borrow, take it to the Circulation Desk.
Need more than books?
Check out other library resources such as:
EBSCOhost Research Databases - find articles from journals, magazines, newspapers. Examples below:
- The Friendly Yeti (Journal for the Study of Religion, Nature & Culture)
- Cultural Diversity and Folklore Studies in Japan (Asian Folklore Studies)
- Influence of a Folk Superstition on Fertility on Japanese in California and Hawaii (American Journal of Public Health)
- Authenticity, Invention, Articulation: Theorizing Contemporary Hawaiian Traditions from the Outside (Method & Theory in the Study of Religion)
Films on Demand - find streaming video. Examples below:
Find more: [mythology]
Books at Other UH Libraries
To get books from other UH Libraries:
- Go to that library in person, or
- Click on "Get This Item" in the library catalog to have books sent to KCC.