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The Tale of Rabbit and Coyote (edition 1998)
by Tony Johnston (Author), Tomie dePaola (Illustrator), Tony Johnston (Author)
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Amazon.com Product Description (ISBN 0698116305, Paperback)
Poor Coyote! How?d he get bonked by a rock-hard fruit underneath the jicara tree? Who tricked him into whacking a wasps? nest with a stick? And why is he always howling at the moon? Because of Rabbit, that?s why! ?A Mexican trickster tale in which wily Rabbit outwits Coyote several times before escaping him permanently by climbing to the moon?which explains why Coyote is wont to howl at it. A book that?s sure to appeal.? ? Kirkus Reviews, pointer review ?This zesty collaboration is sure to be popular with some of dePaola?s finest and most innovative art.? ? Booklist, starred review ?An engaging retelling.?Familiar and funny, yet different and distinctive.? ? School Library Journal Tony Johnston lives in San Marino, California. Tomie dePaola lives in New Hampshire.
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Rabbit outwits Coyote in this Zapotec tale which explains why coyotes howl at the moon.
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