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Hare in Trouble

Hare in Trouble

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This tale was recorded in Pader District, situated in the Northern region of Uganda within Acoliland, the cultural region of the Acoli people who primarily speak the Lëb Acoli language. The story centers around the character of Hare, serving as a lesson that one should never pass along information to others if they are unsure of its validity or source.

Hare, known for spreading news around the village, fails to verify whether the news he is sharing is accurate or false. His careless behavior eventually leads him into trouble.

Book Details

Type of Book: Folklore

Book's Lanuage:

  • English

Author/Curator: Isaac Watum

Illustrator: Harriet Jamwa

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