The Resource "Why" stories in basic vocabulary
- "Why" stories in basic vocabulary
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- by Edward W. Dolch and Marguerite P. Dolch ; illustrated by Marguerite Dolch
- Seventeen legends which tell how different animals came to have certain characteristics, such as why the bear has a little tail, and how the tiger got his stripes
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