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Folk Tales of Egypt
Price: £4.99
Pages: 48
Cover: Softback
Year: 2005
Level: Beginner
Language:    English
These seven stories are adapted from tales that are told by word of mouth in Various Parts of Egypt.
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"Some of these stories draw parellels with the Arabian Nights. Nice and Imaginative"
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