First published in 2002, the book retells the Aboriginal story of how the Tasmanian Tiger got its stripes.
The books, published from 1953-57, retell most of the narratives of the Bible in 411 stories.
The books retell the stories in as abridged versions, shortened to appeal to younger readers.
The books retell the actual myths and legends with added fantasy elements.
The book retells Christian stories of the animal encounters of various saints.
The book retells their stories in the first-person, as they were told to Ritter.
Both books retell a famous episode in the life of Chaitanya.
The book retells an old Russian story about a small girl who helps her mother on the farm and in the kitchen.
This lyrical and beautifully illustrated book retells a tale familiar in the South.
The book retells the story from the collapse of the Roman Empire and the pivotal role played by members of the clergy at the time.