Young Mouse and Elephant


J398.2 Y

Personal Author:

Farris, Pamela J.


Young Mouse and Elephant : an East African folktale / adapted by Pamela J. Farris ; illustrated by Valeri Gorbachev.

Publication info:

New York: North-South Books, c1996.

Physical description:

Unpaged : col. ill.


Young Mouse, sure he is the strongest animal on the African savannah, goes in search of the elephant, to “break it apart and stomp it to bits.”

Subject term:

Folklore–Africa–Juvenile literature.

Subject term:

Mice—Juvenile literature.

Subject term:

Elephants—Juvenile literature.




Africa, bragging, children, elephants, folk, folklore, folktale, fool, giraffes, lizards, mice, Sudan, vanity, zebras


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