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TitleThe serpent prince : folk tales from Northeastern Thailand
Author told by Kermit Krueger, illustrated by Yoko Mitsuhashi
Imprint New York : World Publishing, [c1969]
Descript 158 p. : ill., map ; 23 cm

CONTENT

The serpents and the porcupine -- Tar-sa's luck -- The many children of Mr. and Mrs. Twelve -- The black pool -- Friendless pavilion -- The little priest -- The little sticky rice basket -- Pen and four foolish ministers -- Mango mountain -- The biggest crocodile in the world -- Cum and Koompang -- Yama and the poor man -- The girl who wore too much -- The serpent prince -- The spirit's drum -- Piboon's golden mountain -- The girl who weaves by night -- Siengmieng, the minister -- Sumlee's broken stick


Tales -- Thailand Northeastern Folklore -- Thailand Northeastern Thailand -- Legends

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