African folk tales. Illustrated by Ernest Crichlow.

; Crichlow, Ernest, 1914-2005
New York, Funk & Wagnalls [1969] .

Location Call Number Status Consortium Loan
LIB stacks
GR350 .N8 1969 Available Request
UNIV General stacks
398.2096 N8a, 1969 Available Request
Lauinger stacks
GR350 .N8 Available Request
Moorland-Spingarn, Library Division
A M398.2 N923 Available Request
Other Authors Crichlow, Ernest, 1914-2005.
Subjects Folklore -- Africa.
Tales -- Africa.
Description 141 p. illus. 21 cm.
Contents Why monkeys live in trees.--Today me, tomorrow thee.--The hare and the widow.--Clowns with sad faces.--Why hawks feed on chickens.--Nyangondhu, the fisherman.--Law of the jungle.--When will animals rule the world?--The greedy wife.--Find the thief.--The miracle.--Chief Spider's problem.--Kamau, the gay bachelor.--In the old Kingdom of Kathomo.--The giant who ate people.--The black cow.--The lazy squirrel.--The sons of Murima Kwarie.--Honey and drums and a teller of tales.--The brothers.
Network Numbers (OCoLC)00046765
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