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      Cover image for A story, a story : an African tale
      Haley, Gail E.
      1988, c1970.
      2nd Aladdin Books ed.
      Recounts how most African folk tales came to be called "Spider Stories."
      Cover image for Two bad boys : a very old Cherokee tale
      Haley, Gail E.
      1996.
      1st ed.
      Boy finds his wild brother under the surface of the river and pulls him out onto land, where Wild Boy begins to lead him astray into trouble.
      Haley, Gail E.
      c1993.
      (U.S. ed.).
      A poor book peddler journeys to the London Bridge to find the answer to his dream.
      Haley, Gail E.
      c1988.
      1st ed.
      Jack encounters the menacing monster known as Fire Dragaman and rescues three beautiful sisters from the monster's underground cave.
      Haley, Gail E.
      c1986.
      1st ed.
      A boy climbs to the top of a giant beanstalk where he uses his quick wits to outsmart a giant and make his fortune.
      Haley, Gail E.
      c1984.
      "Befriended" by an old woman, a grubby urchin soon discovers her evil intent, and with the help of bird friends delivers a well-deserved comeuppa
      Haley, Gail E.
      1980, c1979.
      1st American ed.
      A rich, arrogant youth's enforced stay in the forest changes his once selfish life into a useful, generous, and satisfying one. Based on the lege
      Haley, Gail E.
      c1978.
      A guide to costume making with instructions for many types of accessories.
      Haley, Gail E.
      [1977]
      The village people join in a festival to free themselves of the demons, goblins, and spirits that cause their misfortunes.
      Haley, Gail E.
      [1971]
      [1st ed.]
      After a dream about a zoo with nothing but empty cages marked "Extinct, " Noah builds an ark to save the animals from the deadly pollution of the
      Haley, Gail E.
      [1970]
      [1st ed.]
      Recounts how most African folk tales came to be called "Spider Stories."