Anansi, the spider man: Jamaican folk tales

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Crowell, Jun 1, 1954 - Juvenile Nonfiction - 112 pages
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Anansi is endowed with the ability to become a spider when that form is more convenient to his purpose

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User Review  - trevordyett - LibraryThing

a. Summary: This is a Jamaican folktale with many different animals interacting with Anansi the Spider Man. Anansi interacts with Tiger, Turtle, Pigeon, Alligator, Crab, and others. Each animal has a ... Read full review

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User Review  - Rehema Payne - Goodreads

I love all books about Anansi the trickster spider. This is a culturally adventurous book and gives children a taste of African culture inadvertently. I would read these books to children in my accent to get them interested in reading. Read full review

Contents

Who Was Anansi? i
1
Anansi and the Old Hag
20
Kisander
35
Copyright

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