A worthy companion to the first book Tales of Faraway Folk (1952, p. 598) these are really off the beaten track, coming from...

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A worthy companion to the first book Tales of Faraway Folk (1952, p. 598) these are really off the beaten track, coming from Lapland, Estonia, Finland, Siberia, Central Asia, etc. They deal with the naming of animals, the cunning of the lowly (both animal and human) and are of a length that adapts well to reading or telling aloud. Older boys and girls will be able to read the stories alone, for they are worded with memorable simplicity.

Pub Date: Oct. 23, 1963

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Publisher: Harper & Row

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Kirkus Reviews Issue: Oct. 1, 1963