From Publishers Weekly
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From School Library Journal
Susan Hepler, Burgundy Farm Country Day School, Alexandria, VA
Copyright 2003 Reed Business Information, Inc.
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The soundtrack is brilliant, and the stories are just the right length for a listener of any age.
The story readings on this audiobook are wonderful for children of all ages and adults as well, and your purchase supports children in South Africa orphaned by AIDS.
It has many more stories than I thought (so real value for money!), awesome illustrations & even some songs for the kids to learn.
This is a delightful book. The different stories may be best suited for different ages due to the level of inference used. Read morePublished 8 months ago by JP
Everyone household should have a copy. It is an absolute cultural delight!! There is a reason Nelson Mandela felt these were some of his favorite folktales.Published 9 months ago by why
Lovely stories. Some may be a little scary but no more than the Grimm Brothers. The art work was awesome.Published 10 months ago by Paulette Dixon
The stories are interesting and varied, the production quality is outstanding, and some of the purchase funds go to a good cause. What more can you ask for?Published 10 months ago by limell lawson
It took 3 attempts to get this book, but finally I have it and it has been well worth the wait. It is lovely and the stories are fascinating.Published 13 months ago by Jo H
Wanted a piece of a person that is responsible for changing history and pass down to my children and children's children. That person is Madiba, Pres. Nelson Mandela.Published 15 months ago by Jewelry Designs by Lori
I guess this is modern. I miss the stories about the rabbit, turtle, elephant. Anasi is a man, I thought he was a spider. Teaches morals. Read morePublished 18 months ago by Amazon Customer