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How Coyote stole the summer: a Native American folktale

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Millbrook Press,
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Brrr! Coyote is always cold! That's because it's winter all year long. But Old Woman has something amazing called summer. It's tied up in a little bag in her tipi. Coyote and his friends Wolf, Moose, Elk, Stag, and Antelope make a plan to steal summer. But when Coyote grabs the bag, Old Woman's children chase after him. Will his plan work? Will everyone have a chance to share summer's warmth? Find out what happens in this fast-paced tale!

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Full title how coyote stole the summer a native american folktale
Author krensky stephen
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Last Update 2018-05-18 23:23:59PM
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series On My Own Folklore
subject_facet Coyote (Legendary character) -- Legends, Indians of North America -- Folklore
title_display How Coyote stole the summer : a Native American folktale
title_full How Coyote stole the summer : a Native American folktale / adapted by Stephen Krensky ; illustrations by Kelly Dupre
title_short How Coyote stole the summer :
title_sub a Native American folktale
topic_facet Coyote (Legendary character), Indians of North America