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Crow Who Stood on His Beak

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Once upon a time there was a little crow who was not content just to sit in his nest all day like the other little crows. One day he taught himself to stand on his beak--much to the contempt of the older crows. The little crow's ability to stand on his beak came in handy, however, when he met the king of bird's, the beautiful but arrogant peacock. Full color.
Hardcover, 32 pages
Published May 1st 1996 by NorthSouth (first published 1995)
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Born in Damascus, Syria in 1946, Rafik Schami (Arabic: رفيق شامي) is the son of a baker from an Arab-Christian (originally Aramaic) family. His schooling and university studies (diploma in chemistry) took place in Damascus. From 1965, Schami wrote stories in Arabic. From 1964-70 he was the co-founder and editor of the wall news-sheet Al-Muntalak (The Starting-Point) in the old quarter of the city. ...more
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