9781554988334-1554988330-Coyote Tales

Coyote Tales

ISBN-13: 9781554988334
ISBN-10: 1554988330
Author: King, Thomas
Publication date: 2017
Publisher: Groundwood Books
Format: Hardcover 56 pages
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ISBN-13: 9781554988334
ISBN-10: 1554988330
Author: King, Thomas
Publication date: 2017
Publisher: Groundwood Books
Format: Hardcover 56 pages

Summary

Acknowledged authors King, Thomas wrote Coyote Tales comprising 56 pages back in 2017. Textbook and eTextbook are published under ISBN 1554988330 and 9781554988334. Since then Coyote Tales textbook was available to sell back to BooksRun online for the top buyback price of $ 1.76 or rent at the marketplace.

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Two tales, set in a time “when animals and human beings still talked to each other,” display Thomas King’s cheeky humor and master storytelling skills. Freshly illustrated and reissued as an early chapter book, these stories are perfect for newly independent readers. In Coyote Sings to the Moon, Coyote is at first the cause of misfortune. In those days, when the moon was much brighter and closer to the earth, Old Woman and the animals would sing to her each night. Coyote attempts to join them, but his voice is so terrible they beg him to stop. He is crushed and lashes out — who needs Moon anyway? Furious, Moon dives into a pond, plunging the world into darkness. But clever Old Woman comes up with a plan to send Moon back up into the sky and, thanks to Coyote, there she stays. In Coyote’s New Suit, mischievous Raven wreaks havoc when she suggests that Coyote’s toasty brown suit is not the finest in the forest, thus prompting him to steal suits belonging to all the other animals. Meanwhile, Raven tells the other animals to borrow clothes from the humans’ camp. When Coyote finds that his closet is too full, Raven slyly suggests he hold a yard sale, then sends the human beings (in their underwear) and the animals (in their ill-fitting human clothes) along for the fun. A hilarious illustration of the consequences of wanting more than we need.
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