4 edition of Animal stories from Africa found in the catalog.
Animal stories from Africa
Marguerite P. Dolch
Traditional African tales dealing with a variety of native animals including the lion, leopard, rabbit, and crocodile.
|Statement||by Marguerite P. Dolch ; illustrated by Lee J. Morton.|
|Series||Folklore of the world|
|Contributions||Morton, Lee Jack.|
|LC Classifications||PZ8.1.D716 An|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||vii, 168 p. :|
|Number of Pages||168|
|LC Control Number||75008862|
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After describing a fruitless search, Joy Adamson contemplated a pair of lions: "My heart was with them wherever they were. It has a lot of interesting stories that your kids will enjoy. There are many species that inhabits all throughout Africa with some also exists in Asia.
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All these stories come from these regions in Africa Interesting note: The first story is a story of Anansi. African Elephant. In Mr Fly and Mr Bighead the two characters want to cross a river.
The illustrations are on par with the great Sibley guide of North America and they depict a range of plumage variations such as differences in gender, age, or region. Many other factors play a role, including condition, scarcity, provenance, cultural or historic significance, etc.
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She submitted it to a number of publishers before it was bought by Harvill Press, part of HarperCollins. The moral of the story Traditional African Animal stories from Africa book often convey a moral lesson or caution against greed and other vices, such as the Ghanaian story Anansi and turtle.
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Ajakasi went on a hunting expedition early one morning. It is an excellent starting point for a conversation about fear and brutality that has affected people across the continent, including many children. Sadly a lot of these old verbal tribal knowledge is being lost, as the older generations pass away.
In merely six concise sentences, which have been translated into six languages, the author Christian G. The large ears serve as a heat loss.South African folk tales reflect the realities, often harsh, of the African landscape.
Tales are rooted in nature elements and the animal kingdom. At the heart of the folklore is the necessity to communicate the need for generosity and cooperation between people.
Such things as courage and self-sacrifice, however, are inherent not only in people but also in our smaller, four-legged and furry friends. That’s why we’ve decided to pay tribute to some of the animal heroes out there with these seven short but incredible stories about some of their heart-warming acts.
At the beginning of the twentieth century, the wild animal story emerged in Canadian literature as a distinct genre, in which animals pursue their own interestssurvival for themselves, their offspring, and perhaps a mate, or the pure pleasure of their wildness.
Bringing together some of the most celebrated wild animal stories, Ralph H. Lutts places them firmly in the context of heated.Get this from pdf library! Animal stories from Africa. [Marguerite P Dolch; Lee Jack Morton] -- Traditional African tales dealing with a variety of native animals including the lion, leopard, rabbit, and crocodile.Africa is the second largest continent in the world.
The earliest humans we know of are discovered in Africa. The people from Africa included unique characteristics in their folklore, showing their way of life and the animals and plants that surround them.
African .Animal Tales for Children by D.F. Elaturoti. Ebook from familiar but almost extinct African folktales, these four ebook stories are descriptive, but also introduce children to African beliefs about different animals.
Through the stories they learn why the monkey lives on trees; and why the tortoise has a crooked shell. Stories from Africa.