More Tales of Uncle Remus: Further Adventures of Brer Rabbit, his Friends, Enemies, and Others #2020

More Tales of Uncle Remus: Further Adventures of Brer Rabbit, his Friends, Enemies, and Others By Julius Lester Jerry Pinkney More Tales of Uncle Remus Further Adventures of Brer Rabbit his Friends Enemies and Others Brer Rabbit may not be as big as Brer Bear or as strong as Mr Man but no creature has ever had sharper wits Young and old alike will laugh out loud at his outrageous antics as he once again outmaneuv
  • Title: More Tales of Uncle Remus: Further Adventures of Brer Rabbit, his Friends, Enemies, and Others
  • Author: Julius Lester Jerry Pinkney
  • ISBN: 9780803704190
  • Page: 390
  • Format: Hardcover
  • More Tales of Uncle Remus: Further Adventures of Brer Rabbit, his Friends, Enemies, and Others By Julius Lester Jerry Pinkney Brer Rabbit may not be as big as Brer Bear or as strong as Mr Man, but no creature has ever had sharper wits Young and old alike will laugh out loud at his outrageous antics as he once again outmaneuvers his old foes.
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    About "Julius Lester Jerry Pinkney"

    1. Julius Lester Jerry Pinkney

      Julius Lester was an American writer of books for children and adults He was an academic who taught for 32 years 1971 2003 at the University of Massachusetts Amherst He was also a photographer, as well as a musician who recorded two albums of folk music and original songs.

    550 thoughts on “More Tales of Uncle Remus: Further Adventures of Brer Rabbit, his Friends, Enemies, and Others”

    1. I enjoy these trickster tales It is believed that many of these tales arose and were passed down by black slaves but there are trickser tales all over the world They are not moral Tricksters do not know right from wrong and they try to get what they want by hook or crook Although they are very inventive they do not always succeede.They embrace loss as well as gain and mischief as well as kindness.


    2. It s a delight to hear this collection of trickster folktales read by author Julius Lester The tales were first set in print in the late nineteenth century by Atlanta journalist Joel Chandler Harris from the oral tales that he had heard from African American slaves Professor Lester, also a skilled journalist, updated the stories for the late twentieth century, and here shows off his skills as an oral storyteller.


    3. These stories are quite hilarious Children who enjoyed the first book will surely enjoy this one There is a lot of violence and trickery, but it is presented in such a way that it is too funny to be upsetting My son, who is 10, loved all of the stories I laughed out loud repeatedly Lots of fun.





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