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The Bird Maiden: A Serbian Legend (Legends of the World Series) by Jan M. Mike
Child of the Sun: A Cuban Legend (Legends of the World) by Sandra Martin Arnold
Clever Karlis - Pbk (Legends of the World Series) by Jan Mike
Finist The Falcon - Pbk (Legends of the World Series) by Margaret H. Lippert
Gift Of The Nile - Pbk by Jan M. Mike
Golden Slipper - Pbk (Legends of the World) by Lum
Hummingbird King - Pbk (Legends of the World) by Argentina Palacios
Juan Bobo and the Horse of Seven Colors (A Puerto Rican Legend) by Jan Mike
The Llama's Secret (Legends of the World) by Argentina Palacios
The Magic Amber: A Korean Legend by Charles Reasoner
Magic Feather - Pbk (Legends of the World) by Lisa Rojany
Opossum and the Great Firemaker: A Mexican Legend by Jan M. Mike
Peach Boy - Pbk (Legends of the World) by Gail Sakurai
Prince Of The Stable : A Hungarian Legend (Legends of the World Series) by Christopher Keane
The Princess Who Lost Her Hair: An Akamba Legend (Legends of the World) by Tololwa M. Mollel
Sea Serpent'S Daughter - Pbk (Legends of the World) by Margaret H. Lippert
The Seventh Sister: A Chinese Legend (Legends of the World) by Cindy Chang
Spider and the Sky God: An Akan Legend (Legends of the World) by Deborah M. Newton Chocolate
Talk Talk - Pbk (Legends of the World) by Deborah Chocolate
Tamba and the Chief: A Temne Legend (Legends of the World) by Melinda Lilly
Warrior Son of a Warrior Son: A Masai Legend (Legends of the World) by Melinda Lilly
Zimani's Drum: A Malawian Legend (Legends of the World) by Lilly

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