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Tales by Twilight (A collection of African Folktales) - Tales by Twilight (A collection of African Folktales) #1 - cover

Tales by Twilight (A collection of African Folktales) - Tales by Twilight (A collection of African Folktales) #1

King Samuel Benson

Publisher: Kingstar Digital Publishing

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***UPDATED, EXPANDED AND REVISED*** 
In the days before aeroplanes flew the sky and machines did our work; when people’s most important assets were their hands and their legs, and science did not exist to explain the cause and effect of everything, the humans who lived made up a lot of stories to satisfy their curiosity and explain why things happened the way they did.  
The stories in this book are stories that have been passed down from generations to generations. These stories are individually short yet very relaxing, highly educative, and thoroughly amusing. They are the perfect bed-time stories for your kids, and even for adults who want to humour their inner child.

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