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Hmong Tales

The Whispering Cloth: a refugee’s story    by Pegi Deitz Shea
This is a tale about a Hmong girl, Mai, living in a refugee camp (Ban Vinai) in Thailand.  It is here that she learns to tell her own story and sew it into a pa’ndau—or story cloth.

Yao the Orphan retold by ?
Yer, the king’s youngest daughter, agrees to follow the red-eyed dog.  The king has said that she will find a husband where the dog stops his journey.  When the dog finally stops he is at the orphan Yao’s home.  What will happen to Yer and Yao?

Farmer Boy - Why Farmers Have To Work So Hard retold by ?
Once upon a time corn and rice could talk and move about just like people.  At harvest time they would walk back to the farmer’s house to be stored away.  What happens when the farmer is too lazy to make a storage place for them?  Listen to find out.

Jouanah: A Hmong Cinderella    retold by Jewell Reinhart Coburn
Jouanah’s father’s second wife is cruel and jealous of the first wife (who has been turned into a cow).  At the New Year celebration she makes sure Jouanah is too busy to attend the festivities and play the ball-toss game.  Guess what happens…

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