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The Archer and the Sun by Rob Cleveland
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The Archer and the Sun

by Rob Cleveland

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China (1) folklore (1) moon (1) night (1) sun (1) world (1)

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This book explains that the sun one day hides, after many days of it being gone, the people begin to go crazy trying to fix it. They try many different things until finally, the rooster crows. The sun, out of curiosity, comes to look what the noise was. Everyday after that the crow would come in the morning, the sun would come out, then they would both go away at night. This book takes a native outlook on how the sun goes away at night, and turns it into a story told to be taken in by students. Genre- Folklore Media- pencil ( )
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