Language. The book is written in contemporary English, so the language used should not pose any problems.
Story Length. These are all single-page stories.
Navigation. You will find the table of contents below, and you can also use this link to see the story posts displayed on two pages total: Tibetan Folk Tales. Click "Older Posts" at the bottom of that page to see the second page.
- The Tiger and the Frog.
- The Cony Who Got into Bad Company.
- The Story of the Donkey and the Rock.
- How the Fox Fell a Victim to His Own Deceit.
- The Ingratitude of Man.
- The Wise Carpenter.
- The Story of Drashup and the Goddesses.
- The Man and the Ghost.
- The Story of the Two Devils.
- How the Rabbit Killed the Lion.
- The Story of the Three Hunters.
- How the Raven Saved the Hunter.
- The Golden Squash.
- The Man with Five Friends with Different Colored Eyes.
- The Story of the Violinist.
- How the Sacred Duck Got His Yellow Breast.
- The Two Little Cats.
- How the Wolf, the Fox and the Rabbit Committed a Crime.
- A Rabbit Story.
- The Man and the Monkeys.