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Book Review: How to Fool A Cat
Posted: 2016-01-06 By SNStaff

We’ve reviewed the "How to Fool A Cat: Japanese Folktales for Children" by Fujita and Stallings. A brief clip:

"Here is what we think you will really like: these stories, even in the written form, are active and visual. They feel as if they will jump off the page and drag you into the story itself. This is perfect for entertaining the young child or for your own amusement as you envision the storyteller sharing these tales. Use this book to help your research into presenting the stories or stories that are similar, although we think that for most U.S. audiences these stories will..."

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