When tigers smoked pipes: Asian folk literature
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Louie, B. (2004). When tigers smoked pipes: asian folk literature. In Young, T. (Ed.), Happily ever after: sharing folk literature with elementary and middle school students (pp. 152–163). Newark, DE: International Reading Association.
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