Too Much Talk

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Candlewick Press, 1995 - Juvenile Nonfiction - 26 pages
A brightly illustrated retelling of a folktale from Ghana concerns the fun that starts when everything starts talking, including the farmer's yams, the fisherman's fish, and the weaver's cloth.

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User Review  - chris.coelho - LibraryThing

"Too Much Talk" is basically an African folk tale about inanimate objects that speak. The book starts out following an African farmer who sets out to dig up some yams. The yam speaks to the farmer and ... Read full review

TOO MUCH TALK

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A West African tale, carefully sourced, about a farmer whose yam and then dog talk to him. Terrified, he runs until he meets a fisherman who listens to the farmer's tale. `` `Oh,' said the fisherman ... Read full review

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