Clever Foxes and Lucky Klutzes

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Tabor, Jan 1, 1993 - Juvenile Fiction - 170 pages
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A collection of prankish folktales that will tempt the reader to pause and ponder, laugh out loud or be quietly touched by the emotion of the moment. Above all, these fables will lead the reader to worlds where anything may be possible -- where villains don't hold all the cards and dreamers still have a chance, if just by a whisker of daring-do.

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Father William J. O'Malley has taught theology and religion to young people for 50 years. He's taught about 5,000 students in high schools and universities here, in England and Australia. He now is a professor of theology at Seattle University. He has published 38 books and won four best articles and one best book award from the Catholic Press Association.

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