8 edition of Asian Tales and Tellers found in the catalog.
January 25, 2005
by August House
Written in English
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|Number of Pages||224|
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Cathy Spagnoli's Asian Tales and Tellers is an excellent book. I sincerely enjoyed her book as her tales cover a wide spectrum of Asian cultures with a multitude of themes that any reader be it young or old can relate to.
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More than thirty stories from the rich Asian cultural panora /5. of results for Books: Children's Books: Fairy Tales, Folk Tales & Myths: Asian Aru Shah and the Tree of Wishes (A Pandava Novel Book 3) (Pandava Series (3)) Apr 7, Asian Tales and Tellers Book Summary: Presents a collection of traditional tales from such Asian countries as Burma, Pakistan, Tibet, Sri Lanka, Japan, China, and Vietnam 📒Folk Tales.
Get this from a library. Asian tales and tellers. [Cathy Spagnoli] -- More than 30 stories from the rich Asian cultural panorama illuminate the wisdom and humor of Eastern cultures.
In her search for stories, Cathy Spagnoli has slid through Indian rice fields, sipped. Asian Tales and Tellers Cathy Spagnoli (Book): Spagnoli, Cathy: In this abundant and kaleidoscopic collection, Spagnoli includes stories from Japan, India, Korea, Vietnam, Cambodia, the Philippines, Bangladesh, Laos, Tibet, Pakistan, Sri Lanka, China, Indonesia, Taiwan, Burma, and Nepal.
After profiling modern Asian storytellers practicing traditional storytelling styles, she arranges the. Asian Tales and Tellers by Cathy Spagnoli This book was recommended to me in a forum interested in Asian-set and related books, and considering the number of workshops I’ve presented dealing with Asian mythologies, it was a natural.
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