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Clever Animal Stories

Author : Pegasus
ISBN : 813191738X
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Ages 7 to 10 years. Stories are something that never fails to attract a child. And if the stories are full of adventure, fun and a little moral message embedded in them, what more could one ask for! This Series is tailored in the right manner so that young readers are encouraged to read for pleasure.
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Smart Sassy Animals

Author : Jenny Campbell
ISBN : 0958257140
Genre : Nature
File Size : 80.28 MB
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This delightful addition to the Smarter Than Jack series features a collection of animal escapades from around the world showcasing how audacious our furry and feathered friends can be. An Airedale terrier drags his embarrassed owner into a museum, and manages to get her a private tour. A parrot takes surprising revenge on unsuspecting family members. A canny calf makes a bid for freedom using his tongue. While keeping their people on guard, these creatures also take on their peers, as in the case of the determined ewe whose authoritative stamp frightens two pit bulls away from her lambs, or the Dachshund who figures out a way to trick her canine friends out of their food night after night. These 89 reader-submitted tales give first-hand accounts of just how nervy, impish, and clever our nonhuman companions can be. Proceeds from Sassy Animals will help humane societies across the United States in their admirable quest to improve animal welfare.
Category: Nature

Clever Fox

Author : Beverley Randell
ISBN : 0170096041
Genre : Children's stories, New Zealand
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Fox runs for his life as dog chases him over fields, up and down hills and into groves of trees. At last this cunning little animal eludes the dog by hiding in the reeds of the river.
Category: Children's stories, New Zealand

Favourite Animal Stories

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Do you love to read stories? Well, everybody absolutely love to read it. This book is furnished with more than 120 all time favorite animal stories which kids loves to read listen them. So, go on and enjoy it upto the fullest.
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Feral Children And Clever Animals

Author : Douglas K. Candland
ISBN : 9780195356144
Genre : Psychology
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In this provocative book, Douglas Candland shows that as we begin to understand the way animals and non-speaking humans "think," we hold up a mirror of sorts to our own mental world, and gain profound insights into human nature. Weaving together diaries, contemporary newspaper accounts, and his own enlightening commentary, Candland brings to life a series of extraordinary stories. He begins with a look at past efforts to civilize feral children. We meet Victor, the Wild Boy of Aveyron, now famous as the subject of a Truffaut film; Kaspar Hauser, raised in a cell, civilized, and then assassinated; and the Wolf Girls of India, found early this century huddled among wolf pups in a forest den (they were originally believed to be ghosts by superstitious villagers, who nearly shot them as they were being captured). In each case, it was hoped that the study of these children would help clarify the age-old nature/nurture debate, but, as Candland shows, so much of the information "revealed" was really only a projection of beliefs previously held by the investigating scientists. Candland then turns to "clever animals." We learn how the investigation of "Clever Hans," the German horse who could calculate square roots, proved to be a first step in the direction of behaviorism (researchers found that Hans was being tipped off by the subtle and unwitting body language of his owner and other observers, who would bend almost imperceptibly at the waist with every hoof beat, and stand erect when the correct count was reached). And Candland discusses the many attempts to communicate with our closest neighbor, the apes. We read of Richard Lynch Garner's 1892 experiment living with chimpanzees in Gabon (he taught one to say the French word "feu"), and of Gua, raised by W.N. and L.A. Kellogg alongside their own son Donald, and of the latest successes of teaching sign language to such precocious apes as Sarah, Sherman, Austin, and Koko. Throughout, Candland illuminates the boldest and most intriguing efforts yet to extend our world to that of our fellow creatures. And he shows that, in the end, our effort to "make contact" is a reflection of the way in which we as a species create and order our universe. Humans have long shown a wish to connect with the silent minds around them. In assembling and interpreting the compelling tales in this book, Candland offers us a new understanding not only of the animal kingdom, but of the very nature of humanity, and our place in the great chain of being.
Category: Psychology

Animal Stories

Author : Dennis Pepper
ISBN : 0192782215
Genre : Animals
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A collection of animal stories ranging from the beginning of time to the present day, representing a very wide range of animals. Among the writers are Gene Kemp, Rudyard Kipling, and Robert Leeson. Alongside these stories is a host of myths, legends, folktales, and fables from all over the world.
Category: Animals

Animal Stories

Author : Rudyard Kipling
ISBN : 9781842329382
Genre : Juvenile Fiction
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'The Camel's Hump', 'The Cat That Walked By Himself' and 'The White Seal' are just some of the enchanting tales collected together in Animal Stories, which also includes 'Rikki-tikki-tavi'. Originally intended for children, these imaginative and inspired writings are just as suitable for adults and will delight readers of all ages.
Category: Juvenile Fiction

Asian Pacific Folktales And Legends

Author : Jeannette Faurot
ISBN : 143914334X
Genre : Fiction
File Size : 20.60 MB
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These stories offer us an introduction to the complex oral traditions of the varied civilizations of one of the world's most fascinating regions. Exotic, clever, and poignant, Asian-Pacific Folktales and Legends invites you into a magically distinctive world. Originating from the far corners of the globe—China, Korea, Japan, Thailand, the Philippines, Vietnam, Indonesia, and Malaysia—these tales teach us about morality and mysticism in enchanting ways. Organized by universal folkloric themes, Asian-Pacific Folktales and Legends features animal stories, tales of magical skill, explanations of how things came to be the way they are, delightful depictions of the clever and the foolish, ghosts and supernatural beings, and legends about heroes and gods. From "The Supernatural Crossbow," a Vietnamese tale, to the Malaysian story of "The Man in the Moon," each piece in this collection explores a self-contained, dreamlike universe that both delights and transports the reader. Shaped by the geographical and cultural influences of a people, these stories offer us an introduction to the complex oral traditions of the varied civilizations of one of the world's most fascinating regions.
Category: Fiction

The Clever Tortoise Level 2 Klett Edition

Author : Gerald Rose
ISBN : 3125747082
Genre : Foreign Language Study
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This series of delightful storybooks is a flexible resource designed to help teachers engage and motivate young learners in the classroom ─ an ideal way to support children in the early stages of learning English. Beautiful illustrations appeal to children and introduce them to the enjoyment of reading. Language is carefully chosen so that children learn simple but natural structures and vocabulary, and repetition of words builds children's confidence in listening and speaking. Each storybook features a list of the key vocabulary, in the order in which it appears in the book, with German translations.
Category: Foreign Language Study

The Lion Storyteller Book Of Animal Tales

Author : Bob Hartman
ISBN : 9780745967981
Genre : Juvenile Fiction
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From ancient times to the present day, people have been telling stories about animals. Bob Hartman is no exception. Over his many years as a professional storyteller, he has told stories about a menagerie of creatures - big and small, tame and scary, real and mythical. The Lion Storyteller Book of Animal Tales features some of his favourites. This collection contains over 35 retellings - well-loved traditional tales, little-known legends, and several original stories. These entertaining tales are drawn from all corners of the globe and feature a wide variety of animal characters. Yet this is more than just a collection of animal stories, for many of these fun-filled retellings will also inspire children to think about right and wrong. Appealing illustrations complement the fun and action of the words, capturing the mood of each story and bringing animals, birds and insects vividly to life.
Category: Juvenile Fiction

The Animal Story Book Annotated Edition

Author : Andrew Lang
ISBN : 9783849608002
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If anyone believes that style does not appeal to the young readers, let him open Mr. Andrew Langs "The Animal Story Book" (Jazzybee Publishing), and read to any intelligent child of nine years Dumas' description of Mysouf I., Mysouf II., and Pritchard, and note how soon Dumas becomes a living personality to the child. Then let him turn and read, out of the same book, the account of " Cowper and his Hares." Bess and Puss and Tiney were doubtless as interesting in their way as the dogs and cats and monkeys owned by Dumas; but the child does not care for them - he begs you to read more from Dumas. Young as the child is, Dumas has cast a spell around him - the spell of a sparkling and animated style. Mr. Lang's " Animal Story Book " ought to delight both old and young, as one may find therein pen-portraits of most of the remarkable animals that have interested the world since primitive times. And because authors are, as a class, peculiarly fond of animals, the reader of this charming book is brought into intimate relations with Pliny, Théophile Gautier, and many other remarkable men. This book is annotated with a rare extensive biographical sketch of the author, Andrew Lang, written by Sir Edmund Gosse, CB, a contemporary poet and writer.
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My Own Book Of Animal Stories

Author : Roald Dahl
ISBN : 1566195721
Genre : Animals
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This work contains short stories featuring animal characters, both old and new, by authors such as Roald Dahl, Stephen Corrin, Ted Hughes, Wanda Ga'g and Arnold Lobel. The illustrations are also a mixture of classic and modern, and include paintings by Martin Ursell and Angel Dominguez.
Category: Animals

Animal Stories On Stage

Author : Julie Meighan
ISBN : 0993550657
Genre : Education
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Meet a jealous CAMEL, a hungry HYENA and a very clever RABBIT. Follow the adventures of a sly CROCODILE who betrays his only friend, a slow TORTOISE who wins a race, a grateful LION repaying an old debt and a foolish BEAR who loses his long fluffy tail. Animal Stories On Stage is a collection of delightful, fun loving stories that have been adapted into children
Category: Education

Animal Stories

Author : Anita Ganeri
ISBN : 9781406260366
Genre : Animals in literature
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This book introduces readers to writing stories that revolve around animals and is a perfect resource for meeting common core state standards in writing. Readers are shown how animals can be used in stories and readers are guided through the process of writing their own story. Top tips are given covering planning, writing dialogue, developing characters, adding narrative plot twists, using descriptive language and more! Engaging photographs, eye-catching illustrations, and a wealth of ideas bring the topic to life. An animal story running throughout the book draws readers in, offers concrete examples of how the tips can be put into practice and will inspire readers to get writing their own animal stories.
Category: Animals in literature

Quentin Blake S Amazing Animal Stories

Author : John Yeoman
ISBN : 1843651955
Genre : Juvenile Fiction
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A sumptuously illustrated collection of 14 timeless folktales invites children to ponder life lessons in such stories as "The Monkey Palace," "How the Turtle Got His Shell" and "The Impudent Little Bird."
Category: Juvenile Fiction

The Retrospective

Author : A.B. Yehoshua
ISBN : 9781905559572
Genre : Fiction
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An ageing film director, Yair Moses, has been invited to the Spanish pilgrimage city of Santiago de Compostela to attend a retrospective of his early work. As he and Ruth, his leading actress and former muse, settle into their room at the parador, Moses notices a painting depicting the classical story of an elderly prisoner nursing at the breast of a young woman. For the first time in decades, Moses recalls a similar scene from one of his early films, which led to his dramatic estrangement from his screenwriter, Trigano. Trigano's spirit haunts the retrospective, as the director and actress re-live each film. They question artistic decisions and are surprised at how differently each remembers the past, slowly revealing to each other past reasons for decisions taken at the time. A troubled Moses decides to seek out the elusive Trigano to settle their differences, and to propose a new collaboration. But the reluctant screenwriter demands an outrageous price for this reconciliation: Moses must commit to a deeply disturbing act of atonement. Ultimately, reality and the sublime mingle when Moses has an epiphany, as he nears the end of his quest and the source of his imagination. Searching, witty and trenchant, this work by an internationally respected and original writer is a meditation on the roots of artistic inspiration, the limits and the truth of memory, and the struggle for artistic creation.
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The Clever Sheikh Of The Butana And Other Stories

Author : Kate W. Harris
ISBN : IND:30000062199199
Genre : Juvenile Fiction
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Sudan, the largest country on the vast African continent, barely hovers on the edges of Western awareness. But hidden away is a sonorous ancient culture, passed on through generations of storytellers and oral historians, through songs and a rich tradition of folk tales.Ali Lutfi spent his childhood on Sudan's White Nile listening to the stories of servant women and others descended from slaves. The legends and tales of these grandmothers were told over and over again to Ali and his brothers and sisters as they ate dinner and drifted into sleep. To read these stories in English, sixty years later, is to open a window to a different world, a Sudanese child's world shaped by deceitful wolves and wicked brothers, by magic jars and enchanted trees, by camelback journeys and by the life-giving waters of the Blue and White Niles.
Category: Juvenile Fiction