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      Aardema, Verna.
      c1982.
      For saving the life of a snake, Ketu is rewarded by being allowed to hear animals think.
      Aardema, Verna.
      1988, c1983.
      A strange animal called the Vingananee beats up all the other animals and eats their stew until the tiny Tree Toad offers to fight him.
      Aardema, Verna.
      1999.
      1st ed.
      An African folktale in which the son of the chief must make his way in the world with only a sackful of kola nuts and the help of some creatures
      Aardema, Verna.
      c1998.
      A retelling of a traditional West African tale that reveals how the mosquito developed its annoying habit.
      Aardema, Verna.
      c1997.
      1st ed.
      Rabbit tricks the other animals of the African plain into giving her food and other treats.
      Aardema, Verna.
      c1997.
      1st ed.
      Anansi and his wife outsmart the Sky God and win back the beloved folktales of their people.
      Aardema, Verna.
      1995.
      A tale from the Akamba people of Kenya that explains why the ostrich has such a long neck.
      Aardema, Verna.
      1995.
      With the help of a blue crane, a mother dove rescues her babies from a not-so-clever jackal.
      c1994.
      A collection of twelve folktales from different parts of Africa. A fine collection of African tales, with each story preceded by a map showing it
      Aardema, Verna.
      p1993.
      A cumulative rhyme relating how Ki-pat brought rain to the drought-stricken Kapiti Plain.
      [sound recording]
      Aardema, Verna.
      p1993.
      Scholastic cassettes
      [sound recording] :
      Aardema, Verna.
      c1992.
      Noted children's author and storyteller Verna Aardema recounts her life and describes how her daily activities and writing process are interwoven