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  - Jobiska (Cindy) - Goodreads

This is my favorite of the various retellings of the Anansi stories I've read. It's infused with humor (the chapter with the story of the yams, Tiki Tiki Boom Boom, is a perennial favorite of mine ... Read full review

Contents

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

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