Queer Little FolksFörfattare: Harriet Beecher Stowe E-bok
Talking animals are always intriguing, and this wonderful collection of short fables is no exception.
These stories for children are told by animals, focusing on their point of view as they tell us about their quirky daily rituals and how they feel towards their human owners.
Through brilliant tales, the animals reveal how they are both similar to and different from us humans.
Follow the journey of the hen Mrs. Feathertop who suddenly hatches ducks, the squirrels that live in a house, and Mother Magpie as she gets into mischief. An entertaining, fun, and powerful book recommended for children, teenagers, and adults who love H.C. Andersen’s fairy tales and Beatrix Potter.
The daughter of a Calvinist preacher, Harriet Beecher Stowe (1811-1896) was an American author and ardent abolitionist, whose most famous novel "Uncle Tom’s Cabin" became the fiercest attack on slavery at the time. Stowe’s influence reached much farther than literature, and marked politics and society, opening the world’s eyes to the horrors of slavery. Stowe also wrote travel memoirs, numerous articles, letters, and short stories.