Brothers Barry and Tommy Moser were born of the same parents in Chattanooga, Tennessee; slept in the same bedroom; went to the same school-and were both poisoned by their family's deep racism and anti-Semitism. But as they grew older, their perspectives and paths grew further and further apart. Barry left Chattanooga for New England and a life in the arts; Tommy stayed put and became a mortgage banker. From attitudes about race to food, politics,...
Here are the delightful stories which Kipling first told to his own children before setting them down on paper. How the Camel got his Hump, how the Leopard got his Spots, How the Elephant got his Trunk, the Butterfly that Stamped and May others. They remain unforgettable -- magic fables told by a master of children's literature. To hear them -- in their unabridged form as here -- is to enjoy thme in their original form.
When Chucky Ducky feels the earth beneath him grumble and rumble, he runs to alert the other barnyard animals to the coming earthquake, but just as a wily weasel is about to take advantage of their fears, the true source of the rumbling is revealed.
A collection of stories, featuring sparrows, jays, buzzards, and bats, based on those African American tales originally written down by Martha Young on her father's plantation in Alabama after the Civil War.