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Baby rattlesnake

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Children"s Book Press, Distributed to the book trade by the Talman Co. , San Francisco, Calif, [S.l.]
Chickasaw Indians -- Folklore., Rattlesnakes -- Folklore., Indians of North America -- Southern States -- Folklore., Chickasaw Indians -- Folklore., Indians of North America -- Southern States -- Folklore., Rattlesnakes -- Folk

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About the Edition

Willful Baby Rattlesnake throws tantrums to get his rattle before he"s ready, but he misuses it and learns a lesson.

Statementtold by Te Ata ; adapted by Lynn Moroney ; illustrated by Veg Reisberg.
ContributionsAta, Te., Reisberg, Mira, ill.
Classifications
LC ClassificationsE99.C55 A73 1989
The Physical Object
Pagination30 p. :
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL2191197M
ISBN 100892390492
LC Control Number89009892

Baby Rattlesnake is a story that is adapted from a Chickasaw Tale. It is about a baby rattlesnake who is upset because he does not yet have his rattle. He finally gets his rattle, but uses it foolishly. In the end of the story, he is without a rattle once again. Reading Level: Pre-K- 2nd grade Genre: Picture Book Use: Read Aloud Theme: Self-control/5.

Baby Rattlesnake cries and cries for a rattle just like his big brother and sister have, but his parents tell him he’s still too young. His crying keeps the Rattlesnake People up all night, so finally his parents give in.

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Thrilled with his new power, he mischievously uses his rattle to scare little animals/5(21). The (rattlesnake) elders of the village finally decide to give in to the youngster, partially to silence his squalling.

As predicted, the baby cannot handle the responsibility; when he loses his rattle, he comes crying home to his parents who " gave him big rattlesnake hugs." Author: Te Ata. Online shopping from a great selection at Books Store. Baby Rattlesnake does not want to wait until he is older to have a rattle like his brother's and sister's, so he cries until they give him one.

A Native American (Pawnee) tale of family love and forgiveness.

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Baby Rattlesnake wants a rattle like his older siblings have. His crying keeps the rattlesnake elders up all night so his parents give him a new rattle. Sure enough, he misuses his new rattle.

When he tries to scare the chief's daughter. It's easy to mistake a baby rattler for some kind of harmless non-venomous constrictor like a gopher snake or bull snake.

Baby snake venom can still hurt you and kill your pets. Use caution so you don't get bit. The snake in the image below is a young gopher snake, which is not venomous. They are among the commonest snakes in California.

But baby rattlesnakes are born in July and August, making these two months especially dangerous for hikers, gardeners, children and others at high risk of exposure to rattlesnake bites.

So far this year, 74 rattlesnake bites to humans have been reported to the Arizona Poison and Drug Information Center. Baby Rattlesnake by Te Ata, Mira Reisberg, and Lynn Moroney. Rattlesnakes--Folklore + Show More - Show Fewer Details Our Original Resources 2. Story Map Multi-Leveled Lesson.

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# Distributed to the Book trade by the Talman Co.\/span>\n \u00A0\u00A0\u00A0\n schema. The (rattlesnake) elders of the villag In this winning retelling of a Native American tale, poor Baby Rattlesnake cries continuously because he doesn't have a rattle like his older brother and.

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Some of Georgia's nonvenomous snakes look similar to the venomous species, so you should know the differences. Baby Rattlesnake wants a rattle like his older siblings have. His crying keeps the rattlesnake elders up all night so his parents give him a new rattle.

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If you display the rattle of a dead snake, it will keep other rattlers away and act as a charm against a rattlesnake bite. Stories and songs of snakes and children have always made the heart to throb and the eyes to moisten.

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