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    Folk tale Folk tale Presentation Transcript

    • When Birds Could Talk and Bats Could Sing By.Virginia Hamlton illiustrated by.Barry Moser
    • Country of Origin
      • This book originated from Southern states
    • Setting
      • The setting of the book is in a forest
    • Main Characters
      • Bruh deer, Cardinal, Plover Killdeer and Scarlet.
    • Moral
      • The summary is, not to change yourself far from home, that is if you want a welcome when you get back.
    • Similar Books
      • One similar book is Aesop’s Fables.
    • Problem
      • Cardinal’s friend, Bruh deer, was shot and cardinal saw him. He helped him by wiping up all the blood on Bruh deer’s face.
    • My Folktale The Wolf and the Two sheep
        • There was once a time when wolves had very short legs. One wolf named Siberia. You never want to mess with Siberia. Why not? Well you’ll find out in the story.
        • Once in a calm meadow there were two sheep. They didn’t have names. Then one day Siberia came to the meadow. The sheep became worried so they set a trap. When Siberia saw the sheep she hid.
        • When Siberia pounced the sheep moved quickly. Then SNAP! The trap went off. There was a rope around Siberia’s legs. When she tried to run her legs stretched out.
        • As Siberia’s legs got longer they got skinnier and slipped out of the rope. So she ran away. So that is why wolves have long legs.
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