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by Betsy Bang

eBook Tuntuni, the tailor bird (Greenwillow read-alone) download ISBN: 0688801676
Author: Betsy Bang
Publisher: Greenwillow Books; 1st edition (1978)
Language: English
Pages: 63
ePub: 1808 kb
Fb2: 1813 kb
Rating: 4.7
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The first of these two Bengali stories about Tuntuni the tailor bird is a commonplace cumulative tale in which: a barber refuses to take a thorn from the bird's foot; she flies around-from Raja to mouse to cat to stick to fire to ocean to elephant-seeking satisfaction; and at last a mosquito agrees to bite the elephant, setting off a chain (elephant will swallow ocean, ocean will quench fire, et. that results in the removal of the thorn  . By. Get weekly book recommendations

In two episodes, a brash bird succeeds in riling the Raja. by Molly Bang, Betsy Bang, Molly Garrett Bang.

In two episodes, a brash bird succeeds in riling the Raja.

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Tuntuni, the tailor bird. 1978, Greenwillow Books

Tuntuni, the tailor bird. 1978, Greenwillow Books. in English - 1st ed. Libraries near you

Tuntuni, the tailor bird (Greenwillow read-alone).

Tuntuni, the tailor bird (Greenwillow read-alone). ISBN 9780688801670 (978-0-688-80167-0) Hardcover, Greenwillow Books, 1978. Find signed collectible books: 'Tuntuni, the tailor bird (Greenwillow read-alone)'.

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Well, I will write me a letter, tell her friends that my love is drowned And she shall have a coffin if she ever is found And her coffin shall be made of the gold shining yellow And she will be buried on the banks of green willow. And her coffin shall be made of the gold shining yellow And she will be buried on the banks of green willow. The Banks of Green Willow" Track Info. 1. The Banks of Green Willow.

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In two episodes, a brash bird succeeds in riling the Raja.