[[ PDF / Epub ]] ☀ How Rabbit Stole the Fire: A North American Indian Folk Tale (Puffin Folk Tales of the World) Author Joanna Troughton – Tactical-player.co.uk

How Rabbit Stole the Fire: A North American Indian Folk Tale (Puffin Folk Tales of the World) A Wonderful, Rhythmic North American Indian Folk TaleAs The Leaves Fall From The Trees And The Wind Blows Colder, The Animals Wish They Had Fire To Keep Them Warm But Only The Sky People Living High In The Mountains Have Fire, And They Guard It Jealously Rabbit Has A Plan, However He Makes A Special Resin Covered Headdress, Tricks The Sky People And Steals Some Fire All The Animals Help Him In An Exciting Race To Escape Capture, And Each Is Marked In Some Way By The Stolen Fire Then Deer Manages To Hide The Precious Fire In The Woods, So It Can Be Theirs Forever But Once It S Hidden, How Will They Get It Back


About the Author: Joanna Troughton

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8 thoughts on “How Rabbit Stole the Fire: A North American Indian Folk Tale (Puffin Folk Tales of the World)

  1. says:

    Arrived as advertised.


  2. says:

    Lovely little multicultural story with good illustrations Children at school liked it too Encouraged some sensible questions and answers.


  3. says:

    A really interesting tale of how we all have access to fire and this really captures old cultures belief on how fire spread to the world It s also a good story to use to compare to typical traditional stories from around the world.


  4. says:

    Great for traditional tales from other cultures Read to 4 5 year olds.


  5. says:

    Another book I felt I needed to add to my collection as it is a most interesting and well put together piece Am very pleased.


  6. says:

    Good quality, speedy delivery as promised.


  7. says:

    I used this book to support teaching a year two class p e and drama Excellent recourse which I would recommend Arrived on time too.


  8. says:

    My Y2 clas loved this story a good basis to start work on story telling with a multi cultural theme easy to develop use of language and v repetitive which is good for retelling but good as a basis for improving with openers for able pupils A lovely book.


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