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Folktale Websites

Several of these stories can be found on this website.

You can find Anansi on this site

LibriVox recordings of West African folktales

 

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Ms. Casey, Library Assistant

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John Henry

sundiata

This site has a script for a play version as well as a retelling and background info

Brer Rabbit

Click book jacket for Brer Rabbit & Uncle Remis Online Stories and Recordings

Anansi

Click book cover for Gerald McDermott read aloud

Reader's theater version of Anansi

High John de Conqueror

Click on the book cover to access a pdf version of this book.

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Diane Ferlatte Storyteller - High John

Muddy Waters - My John the Conqueror Root

eBooks, eBooks, & More eBooks

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NEW!! Junior Library Guild (JLG) offers a revolving collection of titles selected for our school. Coming soon: the addition of usernames & passwords so that you can use extra features such as highlighting, bookmarks, etc. For now, login by clicking the icon above.

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