Creation: Read-aloud Stories from Many Lands
Candlewick Press, 1997 - Juvenile Nonfiction - 91 pages
Ann Pilling gathers a collection of stories from around the world that seeks to answer the ancient mystery of our creation. Award-winning illustrator Michael Foreman's spellbinding art accompanies Creation, making it an anthology that will be enjoyed again and again--just as the legends it contains have been for thousands of years. Full color.
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LibraryThing ReviewUser Review - shannanjones79 - LibraryThing
We get creation stories from all over: China, The Bible, North America, Norse, Greek Mythology, Norway and many others. My favorite unknown story was an Austrailian Aboriginal Story called 'Why There ... Read full review
CREATION: Read-Aloud Stories from Many LandsUser Review - Jane Doe - Kirkus
Defining creation liberally, Pilling (Realms of Gold, 1993, etc.) includes pourquoi tales among the 16 here, retold in a uniform, easy style that does indeed lend itself to reading aloud—especially ... Read full review