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The Barefoot book of Buddhist tales
A collection of thirteen retold Buddhist tales from all over Asia, illustrating various aspects of Buddhist thought.
|Other titles||Book of Buddhist tales|
|Statement||Sherab Chödzin & Alexandra Kohn ; Marie Cameron|
|Contributions||Kohn, Alexandra, Cameron, Marie, illustrator|
|LC Classifications||BQ5810 .C56 2012|
|The Physical Object|
|LC Control Number||2012002957|
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