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"In this humorous retelling of the classic fable, Whisper the wolf explains that the shepherd boy was not lying about there being a wolf among the sheep, he just misunderstood the situation, because Whisper was just visiting the sheep who were his friends." --|c(Source of summary not specified)
Princess Snowbelle and her brothers look forward to competing against the neighboring kingdom of Snowland in the annual Snow Games, but they learn that winning is not always the most important thing.
Based on the musical Cinderella Battistella, created by Bob Bruce and David Cuthbert with music by Feddie Palmisano, this picture book captures all of the 1950s charm of the original performances.
This Brazilian folktale adapted by award-winning author Pleasant DeSpain and illustrated by David Boston tells the story of a wise turtle who must cleverly outwit two children to survive in the Amazon rainforest. Boston's rich watercolor illustrations capture the fertile, dense life of the Amazon. This timeless story of courage and perseverance continues to be retold throughout Latin America. -- publisher
Two hungry travelers use a stone as a soup starter and demonstrate the benefits of sharing. Includes a recipe for soup
A tale about a snow fox who discovers why his fur is white.
Bedtime rhymes for nursery rhyme and fairy tale characters.
In this outer space adaptation of the fairy tale in rhyme, Cinderella dreams of becoming a spaceship mechanic.
"Long long ago, an old magic stone suddenly cracked open after lying in the sunlight and moonlight for thousands of years. From the shell of the stone, a little Monkey was born. Adopted by the Monkey King in the mountain, Little Monkey was very naughty and playful. One day, while playing in a tree, he fell. When the Monkey King tried to save Little Monkey, he was terribly injured. To save the Monkey King, Little Monkey had to journey across the ocean in search of the immortal pill. With help from the Immortal Turtle, the Phoenix, the Dragon King and the Immortal, the Little Monkey gained a powerful body. Could he find his way home to save the Monkey King?"-- Publisher's web site