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Earth Tales from Around the World

by Michael J. Caduto

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Stories from all over the world centred on the elements of Nature.
  UCV-RE | Nov 17, 2014 |
This book is more than and entertaining read (which it definitely is), it is also a great educational tool. It tells many beautiful stories, but what really makes it unique is the guide at the end of each section which help to explain the moral of the stories. It's just a great tool, that would be perfect for the classroom. ( )
  weeksj10 | May 8, 2011 |
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This collection of Earth tales—organized by ten themes, including Earth, Animals, and Wisdom—has been drawn from more than 40 countries around the world. In addition to the rich selection of stories, each section offers suggestions for lessons that can be drawn from the stories. Readers can also draw upon the wealth of activities that follows the stories for further explorations of the Earth's offerings. By the coauthor of the Keepers of the Earth series.
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Contains forty-seven tales drawn from more than forty countries, organized by themes, such as Earth, animals, and wisdom, also includes suggestions for lessons and additional ideas for activities for further exploration.

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