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If you wonder why the world is the way it is, then this book is for you. Familiar fairy tales, worldwide folklore, and traditional religious stories nestle among the brand new imaginings of Carol Ferro, the famous "Short Story Lady”. Find out how birds got their colours and whose face is in the moon. The wisdom of ages, distilled into 100 stories of 100 words, ideal for ...more
ebook, 108 pages
Published November 19th 2013 by Success Stories Publishing Limited (first published 2013)
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Carol Ferro
Jan 16, 2014 Carol Ferro rated it it was amazing  ·  (Review from the author)  ·  review of another edition
Children love this delightful collection of tiny tales. Parents love the brevity of the stories, they can read several at bedtime, and can learn them off by heart.Ideal for parents to read to young children, and for older children to read independently.
Carol Ferro
Nov 20, 2013 Carol Ferro rated it it was amazing  ·  (Review from the author)
Shelves: folk-tales, fiction
A beautifully written collection of traditional tales from around the world, in a new format: The Drabble. Exactly 100 stories of exactly 100 words. Long enough to tell the story, short enough to read in stolen moments.
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