This story provides another classic African folktale about the trickster spider Anansi. First off, it is a custom that whenever a guest arrives at mealtime that the host share his or her food with the guest, whether the visitor is invited or shows up uninvited. In this folktale, Anansi learns that Turtle is coming over and that he must share his dinner with Turtle. Being the trickster that he is, Anansi figures out a way to trick Turtle so that he can keep all of the food for himself. Of course, when Turtle realizes what Anansi has done, he is determined to teach Anansi a lesson."
FunDead Publication proudly presents a trio of short horror stories from Fern Ivy. A delightful mix of horror and a simply disturbing sense of humor! From cannibalism to a schoolyard fright, this mini-anthology is a fun-filled romp for any fan of the strange and unusual with a touch of the grotesque. So grab your reading glasses and enjoy this first release from FunDead Publications.
William Makepeace Thackeray was one of the mid-19th century's most popular authors, and this is one of his famous works, which is still widely read today.
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