[Reading] ➬ When the World Began: Stories Collected in Ethiopia (Oxford Myths & Legends) ➳ Elizabeth Laird – Tactical-player.co.uk

Teret Teret, Ye lam beret.or once upon a time, I guess we would sayThe author traveled throughout Ethiopia to gather these folktales, along with her translators she needed for the many different languages of Ethiopia My only complaint, is I wish she would have noted what regions of Ethiopia she gathered each tale from Here is a list of the different stories When the World BeganHow the Tortoise Got Her ShellThe Best HomeNyap and Nyakway story from Gambella The Day the Sky FellThe Enchanted FluteThe Best DreamThe Bull Who Gave Birth to a CalfThe King of the ForestAbba Bollo and the NecklaceThe Jackal and the RabbitThe Baboon s HeadbandThe Rat King s SonThe Shield of KindnessThe Shephard Boy at SchoolThe Man Who Grew FeathersThe Monkey s BirthdayThe Fox and the CrowThe Clever WifeEverything Changes, Everything Passes Although written for children, this collection of myths and legends from Ethiopia is also enjoyable and informative for adults who have friends from Ethiopia or who enjoy learning about other cultures.I thought it was particularly interesting that the stories were collected from throughout Ethiopia, and include representations from the diverse subcultures within that rich and varied country.The illustrations are gorgeous and colorful. Thank you for sending this book so far Love it Thanks It s a gift I haven t given yet, b ut I know they ll love it These Stories, Collected On The Author S Travels In Ethiopia, Are About Animals And Hunters, Cunning And Trickery, Love And Goodness Similar To Those Of Aesop, The Bible And Grimm, The Tales Are Some Of The Oldest In The World When the World Began: Stories Collected in Ethiopia (Oxford Myths & Legends)


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