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Buri and the Marrow (Bilingual Diverse Children's Book)

Buri and the Marrow - Bilingual Children's Book available Spanish, Chinese, Arabic and many foreign languages. Bilingual Folktale for multicultural classrooms.
A colorful and delightful famous Bengali folktale.


 
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Product Code: BURI

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Buri and the Marrow (Bilingual Diverse Children's Book)
Author: Henriette Barkow
Illustrator: Lizzie Finlay

Buri and the Marrow is an entertaining Bengali story about an old woman who travels through the forest to meet her daughter. The woman meets many creatures along the way - and they all want to eat her! She makes a plan to outsmart them, with the help of her daughter. But will the sly fox be fooled? The colorful illustrations are a delight, and the story lends itself to bilingual storytelling.

To access lessons and activities that use this book, visit our Free Multicultural Lesson Plans page.

THIS TITLE IS AVAILABLE IN MANY BILINGUAL EDITIONS.


Buri and the Marrow (Bilingual Diverse Children's Book)
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  • Paperback book

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