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How the Rooster Saved the Day

by Arnold Lobel

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A robber wants to kill the rooster so that the robber can run around in the dark all the time rubbing people instead of the rooster waking the sun up every morning. However, the rooster tricks the robber into thinking that he is deaf and the robber eventually cock-a-doodle-doos to wake up the sun. The robber leaves embarrassed and the rooster saves the day. ( )
  kelasater | Mar 21, 2010 |
One night when a rooster was sleeping in a barn, a robber came and told the rooster he was going to to kill him for bringing up the morning sun and that no one would catch him when he robbed things. The rooster was smart and said he was deaf from doing things other animals did, which made the robber laugh all night. At the end the robber made the noise that a rooster makes and the morning sun came up and the robber knew he was in trouble because he was not supossed to be out in the daylight. This is how the rooster saved the day.
  jbbarclay | Oct 20, 2009 |
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Because night protects his identity, a thief tries to prevent a clever rooster from crowing up the morning.

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Because night protects his identity, a thief tries to prevent a clever rooster from crowing up the morning.

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