The crocodile"s mouth folk-song stories. by Adrien Stoutenburg

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Published by Viking Press in New York .

Written in English

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Poems.

Book details

StatementIllustrated by Glen Rounds.
ContributionsRounds, Glen, 1906- illus.
Classifications
LC ClassificationsPZ8.3.S886 Cr
The Physical Object
Pagination64 p.
Number of Pages64
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL5979162M
LC Control Number66007040
OCLC/WorldCa1414230

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This is a collection of fourteen Polk songs that tell stories &#; Strawberry Roan, The Gray Goose, Sweet Betsy from Pike. Adrien Stoutenberg has arranged them in verses that read well aloud and without the repetive choruses or the vocal embellishements of ""ki yi's"" or ""tooroolum"" or.

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Particularly given the era of publication, the items making comment on race relations in the US are fascinating. This book is about a crocodile that does not let other animals in the water. If other animals do go in the lake he eats them up. However when the crocodile gets a terrible pain in his mouth, none of the animals go and help him as they are scared but the mouse goes inside his mouth and takes his bad tooth out.4/5(64).

The largest Nile Crocodile estimated in recent times was about metres long. Crocodiles have a slimmer head than alligators and the fourth tooth of the lower jaw pokes through a groove when the mouth is closed.

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Get this from a library. The crocodile's mouth: folk-song stories. [Adrien Stoutenburg; Glen Rounds] -- Fourteen folk song-stories, retold in verse form, ranging in sources from American cowboys lyrics to Negro spirituals and tall tales of the sea.

No music scores are included. The Mouth of the Crocodile by Michael Pearce | Editorial Reviews. Paperback $ Hardcover. $ Paperback. $ NOOK Book. $ Large Print. $ An excellent book in an outstanding series that belongs in all good mystery collections.

Booklist. The Mamur Zapt escorts a nervous pasha home from a small Brand: Severn House Publishers. We call the triangular space between the bottom of the book and the table created by the tilted book, the Crocodile Mouth®.

Left handers have the open mouth on the left-hand side and write downhill. Right handers have their mouth on the right and write uphill. Brush the crocodile's teeth. When researching quiet book pages to include in Ada’s quiet book I kept coming across pages that had you brush your own teeth or some other animal.

It’s a perfect way to promote dental hygiene. THE crocodile has the most powerful bite ever measured for animals that are now living. For example, the saltwater crocodile, found near Australia, can bite nearly three times as hard as a lion or a tiger.

Yet, the crocodile’s jaw is also incredibly sensitive to touch —even more sensitive than the human fingertip. The dentist knows he has to fix Crocodile’s tooth, but he doesn’t want to. They are both scared but choose to be brave and go on with the appointment. The dentist reaches into Crocodile’s mouth and looks at the cavity.

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“A lovingly detailed portrait of Egypt during the Great War. The result is a bit like a police procedural reimagined by. The main difference is that a crocodile has a narrow snout that comes to a point at the tip, and the fourth lower tooth is always visible even when the crocodile’s mouth is closed.

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"My waves will be calm, and my animals will be gentle. They will be as good to your children as if they were my own. Over their monthlong expedition, photographer Trevor Frost and filmmaker Melissa Lesh set out to capture photos and videos of saltwater crocodiles that no on. Crocodiles (subfamily Crocodylinae) or true crocodiles are large semiaquatic reptiles that live throughout the tropics in Africa, Asia, the Americas and Australia.

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Gomek was the seawater crocodile measuring feet long and weighed kgs ( lb). George Craig captured it in New Guinea. He was bought by Terri and Arthur Jones in and was kept in Ocala Florida for five years then it sold to St.

Augustine Alligator Farm Zoological Park in 8 years he wowed audiences with both his wonderful nutria-tossing abilities and his even.

My favorite part is when the crocodile got all the roly-polly bird feathers because the mouth looked like coloured the teeth due to the feathers. I recommend this book to anyone who likes animals and likes eating things.

This book is for children of 6 or 7 and more. Read this book. “OF all the reptiles of Borneo by far the most important, when it is considered in relation to man, is the Crocodile.” Robert WC Shelford wrote this in his book ‘A Naturalist in Borneo.

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According to Herodotus, the crocodiles lie on the shore with their mouths open and a bird called "trochilus" flies into the crocodiles' mouths so as to feed on decaying meat lodged between the crocodiles' teeth. The identification of the trochilus with any particular plover is.

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Mature females are – m (8 ft 6 in–14 ft 9 in) long, and males 3–6 m (9 ft 10 in–19 ft 8 in). They have a distinct boss at the end of the snout, which resembles an earthenware pot known as a ghara.

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At first it remains with its siblings concealed at the edge of its water habitat in order to avoid various predators. Principal among these are fishes and birds, but larger crocodiles also prey upon the young. Crocodiles could often be seen coasting the waters of the bay, seemingly oblivious to humans.

Then, when he was a teenager, crocodile hunting began in earnest. The crocodile population dwindled until there were only small ones to harvest.

Crocodiles became wary, disappearing as. The female crocodile mother displays a huge amount of care for both the eggs and the hatchlings, and she attends to them for several months after hatching. This doesn't prevent a large percentage of loss. Crocodiles being crocodiles - they'll eat another creatures children, of course, then they cry crocodile tears.

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As [the crocodile] lives chiefly in the river, it has the inside of its mouth constantly covered with leeches; hence it happens that, while all the other birds and beasts avoid it, with the trochilus it lives at peace, since it owes much to that bird: for the crocodile, when he leaves the water and comes out upon the.To help you find the right books for you and your young reader, we’ve compiled a list of the best kids books about alligators and crocodiles.

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