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By (author) Philip M. Sherlock, Illustrated by Kirsten Bunney.
From Tiger to Anansi book. When all was well Anansi was a man but when things went badly Anansi turned into a spider. This is a tale about Anansi as a spider and about his friends in the jungle.
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From Tiger to Anansi - Level 1. Close. 1 2 3 4 5. Want to Read. Are you sure you want to remove From Tiger to Anansi - Level 1 from your list? From Tiger to Anansi - Level 1. by Philip M. Sherlock. Published December 31, 1987 by Macmillan Co of Australia Pt. td.
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ISBN 9780813635934 (978-0-8136-3593-4) Softcover, Modern Curriculum Press, 1988. Coauthors & Alternates. Learn More at LibraryThing. Philip Sherlock at LibraryThing.
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Southern Cross is the sole wordless novel by Canadian artist Laurence Hyde (1914–1987). Published in 1951, its 118 wood-engraved images narrate the impact of atomic testing on Pacific islanders. Hyde made the book to express his anger at the US military's nuclear tests in the Bikini Atoll.