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Kancil dan kura-kura : cerita rakyat dari Kalimantan Barat, Indonesia / diceritakan kembali oleh Murti Bunanta ; ilustrasi oleh Denny A. Djoenaid = The mouse deer and the turtle : a folktale from West Kalimantan, Indonesia / retold by Murti Bunanta ; illustrated by Denny A. Djoenaid
Bib ID 4811795
Format BookBook
Author
Bunanta, Murti, 1946-
 
Description [Jakarta] : Kelompok Pencinta Bacaan Anak, [2001?] 
1 v. (unpaged) : col. ill. ; 27 cm. 
ISBN 9799391032
9789799391032
Notes

Indonesian and English.

Subjects Tales - Indonesia - Kalimantan Barat - Juvenile literature.  |  Folklore - Indonesia - Kalimantan Barat.  |  Fables, Indonesian.
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