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Tuck-me-in tales : bedtime stories from around the world

Author: Margaret Read MacDonald; Yvonne Davis
Publisher: Little Rock, Ark. : August House LittleFolk, ©1996.
Edition/Format:   Book : Juvenile audience : EnglishView all editions and formats
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Presents five folktales for young children, including Snow Bunting's Lullaby from Siberia, Chin Chin Kobokama from Japan, Kanji-jo, the Nestlings from Liberia, The Playground of the Sun and Moon from Argentina, and Counting Sheep from the British Isles. Around the world each night, parents tell stories to children as they put them to bed. Margaret Read MacDonald-a folklorist, storyteller, and children's  Read more...
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Material Type: Juvenile audience
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Margaret Read MacDonald; Yvonne Davis
ISBN: 0874834619 9780874834611
OCLC Number: 34076166
Description: 1 v. (unpaged) : col. ill. ; 28 cm.
Contents: Snow Bunting's lullaby : a folktale from Siberia --
Chin Chin Kokobama : a folktale from Japan --
Kanji-jo, the nestlings : A Mende folktale from Liberia --
The playground of the Sun and Moon : an Araucanian folktale from Chile and Argentica --
Counting sheep : an endless tale from the British Isles.
Responsibility: Margaret Read MacDonald ; illustrated by Yvonne Davis.

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Presents five folktales for young children, including Snow Bunting's Lullaby from Siberia, Chin Chin Kobokama from Japan, Kanji-jo, the Nestlings from Liberia, The Playground of the Sun and Moon from Argentina, and Counting Sheep from the British Isles. Around the world each night, parents tell stories to children as they put them to bed. Margaret Read MacDonald-a folklorist, storyteller, and children's librarian-uses bedtime tales in the daytime to end her story hours on a calm note. Here she includes five of her favorites from around the world. Full color. Five traditional bedtime stories from around the world are lavishly illustrated.

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