- Now here's real bad news. Strange, Wil B. // Campus Life;Jan1994, Vol. 52 Issue 6, p71
Presents ridiculous stories overheard at a supermarket line. Ancient Egyptians as practical jokers; Luggage orbiting around the Earth; Surgical removal of a man's bellybutton by aliens.
- How the Birds Changed Their Colors. Jacob, Gale Sypher; Fasen, Gary // Faces (07491387);Jan2004, Vol. 20 Issue 5, p42
Focuses on an Arawak tale from Venezuela.
- Money problems. Baker, Rosalie F. // Calliope;May/Jun95, Vol. 5 Issue 5, p23
Features a Chinese folktale that had for its central theme the problems that having too much money presents. Gift of money to poor neighbors; Poor couple's preference for the old life.
- Arachnophobia. Rahaman, Vashanti // Cricket;Feb1994, Vol. 21 Issue 6, p16
Presents a West Indian folk tale retold by the author as the short story `Arachnophobia.'
- The High-Flying Frog. Lenz, Nancy // Highlights for Children;Aug94, Vol. 49 Issue 8, p12
Presents the retold folktale from Central America `The High-Flying Frog.'
- TATUM TALES. Watt, Jerry Don // Trammel Trace Tribune (Tatum, TX);11/4/2010, Vol. 36 Issue 44, p3
The article offers information on the tales for the Santa Fe originated in Tatum, Texas, which told the story of the late William Turlington.
- EARTH OF PALESTINE. Lewin, Judah L�b // Yiddish Tales;1/1/1912, p7
The tale "Earth of Palestine," by Judah Lob Lewin is presented.
- Wichita Falls falls for flim flam Brit. // Graham Leader;1/6/2013, Vol. 137 Issue 41, p4A
The article presents a tale about a captain who deceived the residents of the city Wichita Falls in Texas.
- The Lion and the Cricket/El leon y el grillo. Mitchell, Marianne // Highlights for Children;Dec93, Vol. 48 Issue 11, p12
Retells the Mexican folktale `The Lion and the Cricket' and presents it in Spanish, also, as `El leon y el grillo.'