2 edition of Why stories in basic vocabulary found in the catalog.
Why stories in basic vocabulary
Edward W. Dolch
Seventeen legends which tell how different animals came to have certain characteristics, such as why the bear has a little tail, and how the tiger got his stripes
|Statement||by Edward W. Dolch and Marguerite P. Dolch. Illustrated by Marguerite Dolch.|
|Series||Basic vocabulary series|
|Contributions||Dolch, Marguerite P. 1891-|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||160 p. :|
|Number of Pages||160|
|LC Control Number||68001372|
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OCLC Number: Description: pages illustrations 21 cm. Contents: Why the bear has a litlte tail --Why the frog cries at night --How the rabbit lost his tail --Why the baby says "goo" --Why turkeys have red eyes --Why the turtle has a shell on his back --The tail of the fox --Why the woodpecker looks for bugs --Why the stork has no tail --The gentle people --Why the water buffalo has.
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Contents: Why the bear has a little tail --Why the frog cries at night --How the rabbit lost his tail --Why the baby says "goo" --Why turkeys have red eyes --Why the turtle has a shell on his back --The tail of the fox --Why the woodpecker looks for bugs --Why the stork has no tail --The gentle people --Why the water buffalo has.
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