I did some illustrations for Norwegian book publisher Bazar Tales last spring. They are publishing a 3 volume folk tale anthology with stories from around the world, sponsored by Princess Märtha Louise of Norway. She is an avid children's book supporter and storyteller. The story I illustrated is an Alaskan tale about raven and the whale. In English it's called 'The Whale's Soul and It's Burning Heart', in Norwegian it's called "Hvalens sjel og dens brennende hjerte". Raven flies into the whale's mouth and finds a girl living inside in a tidy, warm room. She invites him in but warns him not to touch her glowing lamp. She acts peculiar and keeps getting up and going outside. Raven is naughty and cant resist, in the end he does touch the lamp and the girl dies. She was the whale's soul and the lamp was her heart. When she would get up to go outside, the whale would be taking a breath. The website has stories online now from the first book, and maybe the second. I can't read Norwegian but there are lots of illustrations to look at! I think there were over 70 illustrators in the first book. I'm waiting for the hard copy book to arrive in the mail. Can't wait! Here's a link to my story, you can even hear it read to you in Norwegian by Princess Märtha Louise ! And here's a link to the main page. They have a beautiful website! I clicked on the goat illustration to get to the stories.