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Annie Oakley is quick with a shot and ready for any gun show. Her Wild West adventures are known across the land. Is there any target Annie can't hit? ...
When an acorn hits her on the head, Chicken Little believes the sky is falling down and runs to tell the King and everyone she meets along the way.
When hard-working animals complain to "the magic desert watcher" about camel's laziness, the watcher agrees to make things more fair.
John Henry hammers day and night. He is a true steel-driving man. When a stranger brings a steel-driving machine to out-hammer humans, John Henry says he won't ...
For Johnny Appleseed, nothing is better than a fresh apple. From the East Coast to the West, Johnny roamed the land and planted his trees — and had many ...
In this retelling of the classic Aesop's fable, a tiny mouse is saved by a hungry lion. The mouse promises to return the favor, even though the lion doesn't ...
Paul Bunyan is a giant of the Great North Woods. Follow Paul and his big blue ox Babe on some huge adventures.
Pecos Bill is a cowboy who was raised by wild animals, once roped a whole heard of cattle at one time, and invented Texas chili. Learn more about this wild ...
The Pied Piper pipes a village free of rats, and when the villagers refuse to pay him for the service he pipes away their children as well.
Tales from around the globe come alive in Discover Graphics: Global Folktales! In the ever-popular graphic novel format, discover (or rediscover) some of the ...
Retells some of the legends of John Henry, an African-American hero who raced against a steam drill to lay railroad tracks on a mountain.
Relates episodes from the life of Johnny Appleseed, a peaceful man who roamed the West for fifty years planting and tending to the trees that bore his favorite ...
In this Irish folktale, a young and powerful king has an embarrassing secret: he has horse’s ears! Then one day, the royal barber discovers this unusual trait.
The little red hen finds none of the lazy barnyard animals willing to help her plant, harvest, or grind wheat into flour, but all are eager to eat the bread ...
In this Chinese folktale, an old woman spends years weaving, day and night, until one day she reveals a magical cloth. But, moments later, the cloth ...
In this Swedish folktale, a young boy longs for all the nice things other children have. An old woman tells the boy a secret for granting his wishes: ...
Relates some of the legends of Paul Bunyan, a lumberjack said to be taller than the trees.
Relates some of the legends of Pecos Bill, a cowboy who was raised by wild animals, once roped a whole herd of cattle at once, and invented Texas chili.
What happens to a fox that won't stop teasing the others animals? Read this Peruvian tale to find out. Some lessons can change everything. With engaging text ...
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