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Why Snails Have Shells: Minority and Han Folktales from China

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4 out of 5
Based on 11 Ratings and 1 Reviews

Book Description
Twenty traditional tales from such ethnic groups in China as Mongol, Tibetan, Yao, Han, and Miao.
Book Information
PublisherUniversity of Hawai'i Press
BindingHardcover (2 editions)
Reading LevelUncategorized
# of Pages73
ISBN-10082481505X
ISBN-13978-0824815059
Publication Date10/1993
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About Carolyn Han (Author, Narrator) : Carolyn Han is a published author of children's books and young adult books. Published credits of Carolyn Han include Koa's Seed, Tales from Within the Clouds: Nakhi Stories of China (Kolowalu Books),... more
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About Ji Li (Illustrator) : Ji Li is a published illustrator of young adult books. Published credits of Ji Li include Tales from Within the Clouds: Nakhi Stories of China (Kolowalu Books) and Why Snails Have Shells: Minority and... more
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About Li Ji (Illustrator) : Li Ji is a published illustrator of children's books and young adult books. Published credits of Li Ji include Elephants and Golden Thrones: Inside China's Forbidden City, The Demon King and Other Fes... more
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About Jay Han (Translator) : Jay Han is a published translator of children's books and young adult books. Published credits of Jay Han include The Demon King and Other Festival Folktales of China (Kolowalu Books) and Why Snails H... more
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