Loring-Fisher, Jo Link to Catalog
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Felt Story An African (Bantu) tale in which a fruit grows from a magical tree during a famine. Many animals gather around, but the fruit will not fall unless one of them says the name of the tree correctly.
Felt Story Classic telling of the Norwegian tale: Trip trap, trip trap. “Who’s that tripping over my bridge?” roared the troll…
Felt Story A Swedish tale in which an old woman claims she has no food for the beggar, but the promise of soup from a nail has her bringing out all sorts of things to add to the pot.
Felt Story A Norwegian tale in which a billy goat gets into a boy’s turnip field, and is eating all the turnips. Who can stop him?
Felt Story A Mexican tale. Mouse rescues Rattlesnake, only to be caught by him. But Coyote tricks Rattlesnake into letting Mouse go.
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Felt Story A Puerto Rican tale. Martina asks each creature that courts her “How will you speak to me in the evening?” and finally agrees to marry the mouse, for his beautiful voice.
Felt Story An Indian tale in which crocodile fools monkey into getting close enough to eat, but monkey fools crocodile into setting him free.