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Nabulela: A South African Folk Tale [Hardcover]

Fiona Moodie

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The people of Nandi's village are terrified of Nabulela, the monster who lives in the deep lake nearby. One day the girls of the village play a cruel trick on Nandi. Her father, the chief, is very angry. The only way the girls can gain forgiveness, he says, is by killing Nabulela and bringing him the skin. How can the girls defeat the fearful creature? --This text refers to an out of print or unavailable edition of this title.

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5.0 out of 5 stars My kids can't get enough! 25 Nov 2012
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This story is so well written, and creative, that my children ask to read it again and again. We love folktales, from all countries around the world. This is our second favorite to: The Corn People; An Indigenous American Creation Story.
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