Search Results: ''

Search

×
×
×
×
4 results for ""
Wiil Waal (English and Somali) By Kathleen Moriarty, Amin Amir, Jamal Adam
eBook (PDF): $0.99
Download immediately.
The heart? The leg? The ribs? What part of the sheep is the answer to the Sultan's riddle? When wise Somali leader Wiil Waal asks the men in his province to bring him the part of a sheep that best... More > symbolizes what can divide men or unite them as one, most present him with prime cuts of meat. But one very poor man's daughter has a different idea. In this clever folktale, a father reluctantly follows his daughter's advice and has astonishing results.< Less
Wiil Waal (English and Somali) By Kathleen Moriarty, Amin Amir, Jamal Adam
Paperback: $12.90
Ships in 3-5 business days.
The heart? The leg? The ribs? What part of the sheep is the answer to the Sultan's riddle? When wise Somali leader Wiil Waal asks the men in his province to bring him the part of a sheep that best... More > symbolizes what can divide men or unite them as one, most present him with prime cuts of meat. But one very poor man's daughter has a different idea. In this clever folktale, a father reluctantly follows his daughter's advice and has astonishing results.< Less
The Travels of Igal Shidaad (English and Somali) By Kelly Dupre, Amin Amir, Said Salah Ahmed
Paperback: $12.90
Ships in 3-5 business days.
Long ago, Igal Shidad lived in Somalia. Like many Somali people, he and his family were nomadic herders of camel and sheep. They traveled the land in search of water and grass for their animals. ... More > Thousands of funny stories were told of Igal because even though he was a wise man, he was also known as a coward. Igal's unreasonable fears caused him much trouble, but with cleverness and faith, he always managed to find solutions to his problems. This tale of Igal is still told to every Somali child.< Less
The Travels of Igal Shidaad (English and Somali) By Kelly Dupre, Amin Amir, Said Salah Ahmed
eBook (PDF): $3.99
Download immediately.
Long ago, Igal Shidad lived in Somalia. Like many Somali people, he and his family were nomadic herders of camel and sheep. They traveled the land in search of water and grass for their animals. ... More > Thousands of funny stories were told of Igal because even though he was a wise man, he was also known as a coward. Igal's unreasonable fears caused him much trouble, but with cleverness and faith, he always managed to find solutions to his problems. This tale of Igal is still told to every Somali child.< Less