The determined and lively Czech people offer their lively perspectives on life through their vivid folk and fairy tales.
The Czech people trace their roots through medieval Bohemia and further back to the ancient Western Slavs before the start of the Viking Age.
From the beating heart of Central Africa comes a collection to join East African, West African and Southern African Folktales
Featuring stories such as The Prince Who Insisted on Possessing the Moon, How the Squirrel outwitted the Elephant, and The Water-Fairies save a Child, tales from Central Africa share many aspects of the same themes across the continent because ancient ethnic g
Capturing the exquisite and the powerful, the wise and innocent stories from Ancient China, each bursting with life and virtue.
Chinese Folklore is drawn from over three thousand years of storytelling, with early legends of the gods and heroes, weird mysteries of sorcery and elemental forces, tales of the land and the animals within, and delightful sketches of love.
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