Animal Short Stories

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Xlibris Corporation, Feb 28, 2009 - Juvenile Fiction - 48 pages
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Language is power. When animals take possession of words and, especially begin with names, they significantly move to the realm of freedom, Just like slaves who have acquired manumission and can speak and write freely. In this book of short stories, the animals assume the characters of humans and therefore speak with authority of people in different life circumstances. Other animals of the sane or different species adapt and adopt certain well-defined stratagems in order to cope with the prolongation of their life spaces. In this respect, they serve as role models or prime examples of emulation. ANIMAL SHORT STORIES should provide meaningful reading for children and young adults. Clement B.G. London, Ed.D.
 

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Contents

INTRODUCTION
7
FIDO AND FIFI
9
MR AGOUTI LOST HIS TAIL
13
THE COW AND THE HONEY BEE
17
HOW THE TORTOISE GOT A LUMPY BACK AND BODY
21
A TRICKSTER GETS TRICKED
27
THE SLY MONGOOSE
31
THE CASCADURA STORY
37
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