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The Travels of IGAL SHIDAD (A Somali Folktale)


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Title: The Travels of IGAL SHIDAD (A Somali Folktale)
Retold by:Kelly Dupre /Somali Translation by Said Salah Ahmed
Illustrated by Amin Amir
$15.95(paperback)



IGAL SHIDAD

The Travels of IGAL SHIDAD Long ago, Igal Shidad lived in Somalia. Like many Somali People, he and his family were nomadic herders of camel and sheep. They traveled the land in search of water and grass for their animals. Thousands of funny stories were told of Igal because even though he was a wise man, he was also known as a coward. Igal is unreasonable fears caused him much trouble, but with cleverness and faith, he always managed find solutions to his problems. This tale of Igal is still told to every Somali Child.

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