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    The ox of the wonderful horns, and other African folktales

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    Anansi's narrow waist : an African folk tale

    Cabral, Len.

    Tells why spiders have eight legs and very narrow waists.

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    Bury my bones but keep my words : African tales for retelling

    Fairman, Tony.

    A collection of thirteen traditional tales from various regions of Africa, including "The Man with a Tree on His Head," "There's One Day for the Victim," and "The Two Swindlers."

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    A ring of tricksters : animal tales from America, the West Indies, and Africa

    Hamilton, Virginia.

    Twelve trickster tales that show the migration of African culture to America via the West Indies.

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    Nelson Mandela's favorite African folktales

    A collection of traditional stories from different parts of Africa, featuring varied characters and themes--some familiar, some newer.

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    Anansi time

    Norfolk, Bobby, 1951-

    Bobby Norfolk retells traditional Anansi stories he learned during a visit to an obscure African village.

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