By L. A. Hill
I purchased this in Japan round 1975, and that i used it there and within the US. My scholars have loved hearing the tales and answering questions about them. no longer each tale is nice, yet there are adequate unique tales to make it worth it. (The writer additionally wrote vol 2, yet i believe he ran out of fine tales first.)
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