|LC Classifications||PS3569.N55 T46 1989|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||322 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||322|
|LC Control Number||88040626|
RETOLD TALES OF THE HOPI. Retold Tales of the Hopi is a book within the book of There’s Something in the Back the story of Back Yard, Don Pike, a professor of English, gives the manuscript for the Retold Tales to his friend and colleague, George Binns in the following exchange: “If you want to read something about Indians, maybe this’ll interest you. There's Something in Backyard Richard Snodgrass, Author Viking Books $ (p) ISBN Buy this book. As this quirky modern fable begins, George Binns, laid-back English. Get this from a library! There's something in the back yard. [Richard Snodgrass] -- George Binns, professor of English in Scottsdale, Arizona, encounters the Hopi kachina Aholi in his backyard. Prodded into doing something about this by his wife, George must come to grips with his. “There’s a new star in the YA firmament—A. K. Downing’s series, beginning with Into The Air, is sure to be a reader favorite right up there with The Hunger Games and The trilogy.” ― Richard Snodgrass, There's Something In The Back Yard.
There was a long, rolling clang, as though the washtub had been flung across the yard, and then a confusion of angry shouts which ended in a yell of pain. "The house is surrounded," said Winston. A fun outdoor science activity that let's you measure the biodiversity of living things in your backyard ecosystem!. Many times, you'll hear kids say "hey, there's a bird!" or "this is the tallest tree in our yard!" This activity takes it one step further to inspire kids to notice the DIFFERENT types of trees, plants, animals and insects that live right outside their window! Keywords: rhyme, backyard animals, counting, collective nouns, math, life science, counting, collective nouns, human impact on animals Animals in the book: deer, fox, grasshopper, mole, porcupine, rabbit, raccoon, skunk, snake, squirrel Vetters: Thanks to Sherry Crawley, Director of Education at Zoo Atlanta and to Helen Fischel, Associate Director of Education at the Delaware Nature Society. Contents Include: The Wolf Pack, Away goes sally, waiting for Jeptha, a friend in need, the yellow shop, the covered bridge, little navajo bluebird, and now miguel, experim the hundred dresses, the great balloon ascension, the girl in pink, pony penning day, a different world, bright april. the fair, henry and the paper route, jane and the chief of police/5(1).
Judy Allen is an award-winning author whose novel Awaiting Developments was short-listed for the Whitbread Children's Novel Award. Judy Allen, along with illustrator Tudor Humphries, created Kingfisher's award-winning Backyard Books series and many other successful books, including the Reading Rainbow selections Tiger and Seal. When we ran to the back yard, it was covered with a feeble layer of soggy snow. ‘We shouldn’t walk about in it,’ said Jem. ‘Look, every step you take’s wasting it.’. Backyard animals are the most familiar to children. This engaging book will get your students to answer these questions: which animals do you come into contact with most?; which of these animals have wings?; which ones burrow into the ground?; which ones live in the trees? Meet some common backyard residents such as birds, butterflies, raccoons, squirrels, bees, skunks, and frogs, and. There were three of them: three heads, three necks. The faces were dead, as if someone had constructed dolls from the parts of the corpses of humans and of animals. The faces were covered in purple patterns, tattooed in swirling indigo, turning the dead .