Tikki Tikki Tembo retells a popular Chinese folktale that has enchanted readers for generations—the adventures of a firstborn son and his younger brother.
Buckle up and prepare to laugh yourself silly because Jon Scieszka’s The Stinky Cheese Man and Other Fairly Stupid Tales is not to be missed!
The Sister Who Ate Her Brothers is a fantastic introduction to real fairy tales for questioning readers—but not for the faint-hearted!
Crossing Bok Chitto: A Choctaw Tale of Friendship & Freedom was honored with the American Indian Youth Literature Award for Best Picture Book in 2008.
An Evening in Guanima is an engrossing collection of fascinating Bahamian folk tales is full of magic and whimsy, giving readers a peek into this unique island’s culture.
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For teens and older readers, this book is a charming representation of Icelandic culture.
Ginger Nielson tells a soothing folktale set deep in the forest. When Little Bear asks, “Where did the stars come from?” Mother Bear leans in closely to share a Native American legend from “the far, far north.”
This collection of pithy tales is multi-layered. The stories linger in the mind the way a good poem resonates. They are ancient Chinese fables Shiho S. Nunes has expanded into longer tales.
F. Isabel Campoy is a scholar devoted to the study of language acquisition. She is a well-known author of numerous children’s books in the areas of poetry, theatre, folktales, biographies, and art.