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Folk tales from Persia

Author: Alan S Feinstein; Diana L Paxson
Publisher: South Brunswick, A.S. Barnes [1971]
Edition/Format:   Print book : Fiction : Juvenile audience : EnglishView all editions and formats
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Fifteen Persian folk tales about princes, princesses, giants, talking animals and objects, and good and evil.
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Material Type: Fiction, Juvenile audience
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Alan S Feinstein; Diana L Paxson
ISBN: 0498068463 9780498068461
OCLC Number: 128057
Description: 100 pages illustrations 22 cm
Contents: Unwelcome giant --
Fate of Namaki --
Cleverest bird in the world --
Journey of Djahan tigh --
Old woman and the jackal --
Revenge of the golden rooster --
Mighties power --
Jeweler's wife and the king's camel --
Pea that turned into a girl --
Wicked fox --
Foolish crow and the wicked queen --
Laziest wife in the world --
Greedy eagle --
Prince and the holy man --
Quest for the flower princess.
Responsibility: [by] Alan S. Feinstein. Illustrated by Diana L. Paxson.

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Fifteen Persian folk tales about princes, princesses, giants, talking animals and objects, and good and evil.

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