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The goose that laid the golden egg (Cantonese and English text)

Chatto, Shaun2006
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In 'The Goose That Laid the Golden Egg' it is man's greed that leads him to kill the goose that gave him his wealth. In the Jataka fable of 'The Tortoise and the Geese' Tortoise never stops talking. When his friends, the Goose Brothers, leave to fly South Tortoise wants to join them but to do so he must keep his mouth shut.
Main title:
The goose that laid the golden egg (Cantonese and English text) / retold by Shaun Chatto ; illustrated by Jago ; Cantonese translation by Sylvia Denham.
Edition:
Cantonese and English ed.
Imprint:
London : Mantra, 2006.
Collation:
ill. ; 28 cm.
Notes:
Parallel text in English and Chinese.
Audience:
Interest grade level: Key Stage 1; Key Stage 2Juvenile.pyl; pym.
ISBN:
9781846110740 (pbk)1846110742 (pbk)
Dewey class:
823.9'2
Language:
ChineseEnglish
Index terms:
Dual languageCantoneseChineseStoriesAesop's fablesBirdsGeeseGreedTortoisesBuddhismMorals
BRN:
887472
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