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African Folk Tales - Anansi & Firefly By Donnette Davis
eBook (PDF): $1.88
Mr Spider: the great trickster of West African legend. Originally credited with the creation of the world, Anansi has been transformed into a cultural founder hero. His exploits form cycles of... More > popular stories and they are even relished as far away as the West Indies. Anansi is one of the most important gods of West African lore. Kids enjoy discussing 'the moral behind the story' in this the 2nd mini unit study in this series.< Less
African Folk Tales - Anansi & Turtle By Donnette Davis
eBook (PDF): $1.88
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Mr Spider: the great trickster of West African legend. Originally credited with the creation of the world, Anansi has been transformed into a cultural founder hero. His exploits form cycles of... More > popular stories and they are even relished as far away as the West Indies. Anansi is one of the most important gods of West African lore. Kids enjoy discussing the moral behind the story in this fun mini unit study, which is number one in the series.< Less
African Folk Tales - Anansi & Turtle By Donnette Davis
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Mr Spider: the great trickster of West African legend. Originally credited with the creation of the world, Anansi has been transformed into a cultural founder hero. His exploits form cycles of... More > popular stories and they are even relished as far away as the West Indies. Anansi is one of the most important gods of West African lore. Kids enjoy discussing the moral behind the story in this fun mini unit study, which is number one in the series.< Less
African Folk Tales - Anansi & Firefly By Donnette Davis
Paperback: $4.07
Prints in 3-5 business days
Mr Spider: the great trickster of West African legend. Originally credited with the creation of the world, Anansi has been transformed into a cultural founder hero. His exploits form cycles of... More > popular stories and they are even relished as far away as the West Indies. Anansi is one of the most important gods of West African lore. Kids enjoy discussing 'the moral behind the story' in this the 2nd mini unit study in this series.< Less
The Adventures of Brer Anansi By Nicholas Dixon
eBook (PDF): $17.00
Tales and stories about the legandary spider man from West Africa, Brer Anansi
Anansi and the Basket of Wisdom By Djenaba Gregory-Faal
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Anansi is asked to help with an important task--to bring wisdom to the world. But, in this popular fable, Anansi's greed gets the best of him and his sly ways backfire. Young readers will be... More > charmed by the beautiful illustrations and the special audio link that narrates the story and songs found in the book. This whimsical Anansi tale follows how wisdom is brought to the earth and features both lively illustrations and a link for audio narration by storyteller and author, Djenaba Gregory-Faal. Anansi stories have been handed down from generation to generation among the Ashanti and Gyeman people of West Africa. Over the generations, the stories came across the ocean with people of Africa, and eventually, Anansi tales became a testimony of his ability to trick and overcome dominant creatures. Anansi came to symbolize rebellion and his cleverness is an important point of pride throughout the world.< Less
Anansi & Turtle, Mini Unit Study By Donnette E Davis
eBook (PDF): $1.25
Anansi the trickster, well known and well loved, who originated within the Akan tribe of Ghana but now has his roots firmly embedded throughout Africa, Jamaica and other areas of the world. This is... More > a mini-unit study with a few notepages, and discussion topics and questions. Kids love the "moral of the story" discussion.< Less
How Anansi Came To Own all Tales, a Mini Unit Study By Donnette E Davis
eBook (PDF): $1.25
Anansi the trickster, well known and well loved, who originated within the Akan tribe of Ghana but now has his roots firmly embedded throughout Africa, Jamaica and other areas of the world. This is... More > a mini-unit study with a few notepages, and discussion topics and questions. Kids love the "moral of the story" discussion.< Less
African Folk Tales Unit Study - How Anansi Came to Own All Tales By Donnette E Davis
eBook (PDF): $1.88
Originally credited with the creation of the world, Anansi has been transformed into a cultural founder hero. His exploits form cycles of popular stories and they are even relished as far away as the... More > West Indies. Anansi is one of the most important legends of West African lore. He is a trickster and a culture hero, who acts on behalf of Nyame (his father, the sky god) and brings rain to stop fires and performs other duties for him. His mother is Asase Ya. He is depicted in numerous forms: a spider, a human, or combinations thereof. The Anansi legends are believed to have originated in the Ashanti tribe. They later spread to other Akan groups and then to the West Indies, Suriname, and the Netherlands Antilles. On Curaçao, Aruba, and Bonaire he is known as Nanzi, and his wife as Shi Maria. Anansi stories originated in Ghana, in Africa. The word Anansi is Akan and means spider. Kids enjoy discussing 'the moral behind the story' in this the 5th mini unit study in this series.< Less
African Folk Tales Unit Study - How Anansi Came to Own All Tales By Donnette E Davis
Paperback: $4.08
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Originally credited with the creation of the world, Anansi has been transformed into a cultural founder hero. His exploits form cycles of popular stories and they are even relished as far away as the... More > West Indies. Anansi is one of the most important legends of West African lore. He is a trickster and a culture hero, who acts on behalf of Nyame (his father, the sky god) and brings rain to stop fires and performs other duties for him. His mother is Asase Ya. He is depicted in numerous forms: a spider, a human, or combinations thereof. The Anansi legends are believed to have originated in the Ashanti tribe. They later spread to other Akan groups and then to the West Indies, Suriname, and the Netherlands Antilles. On Curaçao, Aruba, and Bonaire he is known as Nanzi, and his wife as Shi Maria. Anansi stories originated in Ghana, in Africa. The word Anansi is Akan and means spider. Kids enjoy discussing 'the moral behind the story' in this the 5th mini unit study in this series.< Less

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