By Lynette Ford
Folktales from the African American Appalachian culture. advised by way of Lyn Ford, one in every of America’s busiest traveling storytellers. The strength of Lyn's storytelling comes instantly out of her family heritage, that is the content material of this, her first book. Here she tells how she discovered tales from her father and grandfather—and she contains the various tales they instructed her.
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