It is a time when only Owl has sun, water and fire, and life is very difficult for humans. Dima wants these things, and makes a plan to take them from Owl.
This traditional San story was told by Katunga Carimbwe and translated by Titu Mangumbu, Kapilolo Mahongo and Marlene Winburg. It was made available to the African Storybook Project by the Manyeka Arts Trust.
For more incredible stories in English and a wide variety of African languages, visit The African Storybook Project.
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Alfi enjoys blowing bubbles, and doesn't mind if the bees pop them. The bees hate the bubbles, and want to keep from getting splashed! But when Alfi gets into trouble, will the bees come to his rescue?Written by Tony J Moon This story, and many more by Tony J Moon, are available for free download at Tony On The Moon.
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The moments Emma shares with Grandpa Phil are always filled with beautiful discoveries. That is because her grandfather knows so much. He even knows how to change ordinary stones into precious gems by doing good deeds to others and for the environment. And now Emma, in turn, learns to transform plain beads into precious gems by performing kind and generous deeds.Written by Anne RenaudArt by Leanne Franson"Emma's Gems" is available in English from Peanut Butter Press. Unfortunately the French version referenced in the podcast is no longer available. This episode will be available for download until Sept 29, 2020.