• December 2014

      Japanese Animal-Wife Tales

      Narrating Gender Reality in Japanese Folktale Tradition

      by Fumihiko Kobayashi

      A familiar, beloved, and yet misunderstood character in the Japanese folktale tradition is the animal-woman, an earthly animal that assumes the form of a female human. In order to articulate the characteristics that make Japanese Animal-Wife tales unique,

    • Children's & YA
      August 2017



      Goose Betty does not want to accept the fact that she needs glasses, but because her bad vision hinders her in everyday work and games, she reluctantly agrees to wear them. It turns out that the world is completely different with her glasses on. Moral:

    • Children's & YA
      May 2011

      A Book & CD Set: Animal Tales

      by Anness Publishing

      This delightful little collection for children contains a feast of charming tales - old and new. Children can read along to the accompanying CD featuring a leading actress, with added music and sound effects. Engaging characters and colourful, lively illu

    • Animal stories (Children's/YA)


      by Andy Beckett Tony Morris

      HUSH-A-BYE ANIMAL TALES FOR BEDTIME Illustrated by Andy Beckett and Tony Morris - Do you know a child who doesn't want to go to bed yet? Don't worry, because neither do the babies of the Bird, Squirrel and Mouse family, who leave their nests to investigat

    • January 2010

      Fairy Tales of Environmental Protection (Earth is sick, Animal Hometown)

      by Zhai Dean

      Based on the real life and centered the hottest spot -- environmental protection, this set of books tells fairy tales with simple words and vivid images, aiming at teaching children the existed environment problems and the importance of environmental prot

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