West African Folk-Tales is an entertaining collection for both young and old readers. Compiled by William H. Barker, most of this stories are about Anansi, the clever West African god that takes the form of a spider. Although the Anansi tales are supposed to have originated in Ghana, readers from all over the world will enjoy these and other stories about different animals and plants.
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Creation date: 2012-09-02