Coyote finds trouble wherever he goes. Now he wants to sing, dance, and fly like the crows, so he begs them to teach him how. The crows, however, decide to teach Coyote a lesson instead. This is the third volume in Gerald McDermott’s series of Trickster Tales. “Bold shapes and expansive double spreads (as well as an economically pared text) recommend the book for story hours large or small; pair it with McDermott’s more mystical Raven for some vibrant cross-cultural contrast.”--The Bulletin
Baker & Taylor Coyote, who has a nose for trouble, insists that the blackbirds teach him how to fly, but the experience ends in disaster for him
Baker & Taylor Coyote, who has a nose for trouble, insists that the crows teach him how to fly, but the experience ends in disaster for him. Mischievous, troublemaking Coyote gets the crows to teach him how to sing, dance, and fly like them, but the crows soon tire of his bragging and boasting and set out to teach the trickster a much-needed lesson. By the Caldecott Honor-winning author of Raven.