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  • Author:
    Michael James Jaquish
  • ISBN:
    1453873694
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    CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform (October 26, 2010)
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    46 pages
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Fatu and the Lioness book. Fatu and the Lioness: A Traditional Africa Folk Tale. by. Michael James Jaquish.

by Michael James Jaquish. This is a traditional West African Folk story that up to this point has only existed in verbal form, having been passed down through the generations by elders to children around campfires beneath the great, African moon. Fatu is the wife of Momodou and she is without child and unhappy because her husband, a village fisherman ignores her for his fishing duties.

There is an interesting narration to tell how African Folk Tales were born. Short Stories African Folk Tales to HOME PAGE. The African people say : The mouse goes everywhere into rich people's houses and into the poorest people's houses, too. In the old days the mouse made stories from all that she saw. Stories were her children. Each story-child had its dress - white, blue, red, green and black. A Cat and Her Strong Friends : African Folk Tales : Fable : Animals Stories. A House in The Sky : African Folk Tales : Fable : Animals Stories. Dinner of The Lion : African Folk Tales : Fable : Animals Stories.

Michael James Jaquish was born in Omak, Washington, USA in 1948. His mother was a writer, a poet, a yoga practitioner, and an intellectual who influenced Michael to grow up examining all aspects of the human condition

Michael James Jaquish was born in Omak, Washington, USA in 1948. His mother was a writer, a poet, a yoga practitioner, and an intellectual who influenced Michael to grow up examining all aspects of the human condition. He became a serious student of Buddhist philosophy while in his teens and paradoxically, entered Law Enforcement where he rose to the position of Chief of Police before moving on to West Africa to serve as director of security for US Embassy operations in Liberia, Sierra Leone and Gambia

Michael James Jaquish is a writer, journalist, artist and a philosopher who has spent a very diverse life observing the . In 2019 Michael's Science Fiction book, TIME LOVES A HERO and the sequel, THE LEGACY were scripted for a two-season series.

Michael James Jaquish is a writer, journalist, artist and a philosopher who has spent a very diverse life observing the human condition around the world while pondering life from an intellectual and spiritual perspective. Michael is a long-time serious student and practitioner of Buddhism and Buddhist philosophy.

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South-african folk-tales. James a. honeÿ, . South-african folk-tales. Story of lion and little jackal. The lioness and the ostrich. Origin of the difference in modes of life between hottentots and bushmen. The tiger, the RAM, and the jackal. The jackal and the wolf. The lion, the jackal, and the man. The world's reward.

South-African Folk-Tales - James Albert Honey. Many of these tales have appeared among English collections previous to 1880, others have been translated from the Dutch, and a few have been written from childhood remembrance

South-African Folk-Tales - James Albert Honey. Many of these tales have appeared among English collections previous to 1880, others have been translated from the Dutch, and a few have been written from childhood remembrance. Consequently they do not pretend to be original or unique. Care has been taken not to spoil the ethnological value for the sake of form or structure; and in all cases they are as nearly like the original as a translation from one tongue to another will allow. They are all South-African folklore tales and mainly from the Bushmen.

Book from Project Gutenberg: South-African Folk-Tales

Book from Project Gutenberg: South-African Folk-Tales. Origin of the difference in modes of life between Hottentots and Bushmen - The lost message - The Monkey's fiddle - The Tiger, the Ram, and the Jackal - The Jackal and the Wolf - A Jackal and a Wolf - The Lion, the Jackal, and the Man - The world's reward -. The Lion and the Jackal - Tink-tinkje - The Lion and Jackal - The Lion and Jackal - The hunt of Lion and Jackal - The story of Lion and Little Jackal - The Lioness and the Ostrich - Crocodile's treason - The story of a dam - The dance for water

This is a traditional West African Folk story that up to this point has only existed in verbal form, having been passed down through the generations by elders to children around campfires beneath the great, African moon. Fatu is the wife of Momodou and she is without child and unhappy because her husband, a village fisherman ignores her for his fishing duties. She seeks help from the local Marabout man (witch doctor) who lives in a great, hollow baobab tree deep in the jungle. Unexpectedly, Fatu is sent on a quest to obtain milk from a nursing lioness. Her search, and what happens after, contains a life-lesson that is considered important for African children and may be applicable for other cultures around the world as well. A Country Cop Books publication.