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Who's in Rabbit's house : and other stories from the African tradition.

Author: Verna AardemaGail E HaileyAnn GrifalconiGerald McDermottMwenye Hadithi.All authors
Publisher: [Solon, OH] : Findaway World LLC, [2008]
Edition/Format:   Audiobook : Sound recording : Primary school   Computer File : English
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"Who's In Rabbit's House? Written by Verna Aardema Read by James Earl Jones -- Adapted from a Masai folktale about a rabbit who can't get into her house, because the 'Long One' who eats trees and tramples elephants, is hiding inside. A Story, A Story Written by Gail E. Hailey -- An African tale of how Ananse, the spider man, buys stories from Nyame, the Sky God, so they can be retold to the children on earth.  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Audiobooks
Children's audiobooks
Folklore
Juvenile works
Juvenile literature
Folklore Juvenile literature
Material Type: Audio book, etc., Primary school, Sound recording
Document Type: Sound Recording, Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: Verna Aardema; Gail E Hailey; Ann Grifalconi; Gerald McDermott; Mwenye Hadithi.; James Earl Jones; Cheryl Lynn Bruce; John Akar; Terence Alexander; Playaway Digital Audio.; Findaway World, LLC.; Weston Woods Studios.
ISBN: 9781605144221 1605144223
OCLC Number: 213857351
Notes: In container (21 x 13 x 3 cm.) with earphones and AAA battery.
Title from Playaway label.
Unabridged.
Issued on Playaway, a dedicated audio media player.
"Weston Woods."
Performer(s): Read by James Earl Jones, Cheryl Lynn Bruce, John J. Akar, Terry Alexander.
Description: 1 sound media player (47 min.) : digital ; 3 3/8 x 2 1/8 in.
Contents: Who's in Rabbit's house? / written by Verna Aardema ; (read by James Earl Jones) --
A story, a story / written by Gail E. Hailey --
Village of round & square houses / written by Ann Grifalconi ; (read by Cheryl Lynn Bruce) --
Anasi the spider / written by Gerald McDermott ; (read by Dr. John J. Akar) --
Hot hippo / written by Mwenye Hadithi ; (read by Terry Alexander).
Other Titles: Who's in Rabbit's house and other stories from the African tradition

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"Who's In Rabbit's House? Written by Verna Aardema Read by James Earl Jones -- Adapted from a Masai folktale about a rabbit who can't get into her house, because the 'Long One' who eats trees and tramples elephants, is hiding inside. A Story, A Story Written by Gail E. Hailey -- An African tale of how Ananse, the spider man, buys stories from Nyame, the Sky God, so they can be retold to the children on earth. Village of Round & Square Houses Written by Ann Grifalconi, Read by Cheryl Lynn Bruce -- A young girl, from the West African village of Tos, movingly tells how the men came to live in square houses and the women in round ones. Anasi the Spider Written by Gerald McDermott, Read by Dr. John J. Akar -- Anasi, one of the great folk heroes of the world, is saved from a terrible fate by his six sons, in this traditional tale from West Africa. Hot Hippo Written by Mwenye Hadithi, Read by Terry Alexander -- Hippo was hot. He longed to live in the water. But this required permission from the god of Everything and Everywhere. Lovely African music accompanies the story of how Hippo came to make his home in in the water"--Publisher's web site.

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