The classics of many lands — wisdom from China and Japan, an African romance, and wildly funny Native American, Arabian and Spanish tales — reveal that the human beings who tell them all are related. Timeline: 1000 (Egypt, Senegal, Medieval Japan, Renaissance Spain, plus updated Native American [Lakota Sioux]). An appropriate complement to your children's History / Bible / Literature F studies. Approximately 60 minutes.
- A Guest Who Ran (Native American)
- Two Monks (Japan)
- The Three Friends of Manuel (Spain)
- Courting the Wind (West Africa)
- The Secret Weapon (China)
- Djuha: Two Stories (Arabic)