The Stolen Bairn and the Sidh is a Scottish folk tale about a young, single mother who’s baby is stolen by faerie folk called the Sidh. Using her wits and determination, she sets out to get her child back.
"All the gold of the Sidh cannot buy the cloak," said the lass. "But it has its price…" "Tell me then!" cried the Sidh woman, dancing with impatience. "Whate’er its price you shall have it!" "Take me with you into the Sidhean and you shall have the cloak," the lass said. "Give me the cloak!" said the fairy, Stretching her hand out eagerly. "I’ll take you in."
More from this series in my The Stolen Bairn and the Sidh tag.