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Title Folk tales from Asia for children everywhere.

Publication Info. New York : Weatherhill [1975]-


Location Call No. Status
 Bloomfield, Prosser Library - Children's Department  J398.2 F  V.1    Assumed Lost
Edition [First edition].
Description volume : color illustrations ; 25 cm.
Series Asian copublication programme series one
Note "Sponsored by the Asian Cultural Centre for Unesco."
Summary A multi-volume collection of traditional folk tales from various Asian countries illustrated by native artists.
Contents book 1. The crow and the sparrow (Bangladesh) -- The royal journey to heaven (India) -- Mr. Friend and Mr. Foe (Iran) -- The young man and the tiger (Korea) -- Thao Kham the pebble-shooter (Laos) -- Why the hill is red (Singapore) -- Makato and the cowrie shell (Thailand) -- The story of the betel and the areca (Vietnam).
book 2. The story of rice (Indonesia) -- The picture wife (Japan) -- The four bald men (Khmer) -- The adventures of King Suton (Malaysia) -- The old woman in the gourd (Nepal) -- The farmer's wife and the tiger (Pakistan) -- The fisherman's daughter (Philippines) -- How the lizard fought the leopard (Sri Lanka).
Subject Tales -- Asia.
Folklore -- Asia.
Added Author Asian Cultural Centre for Unesco.
ISBN 0834810328 v. 1
9780834810327 v. 1
0834810336 v. 2
9780834810334 v. 2
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