How the whale got his throat
Long ago, whales could eat anything - and they did. Then one day, everything changed. This story, adapted from one of Rudyard Kipling's 'Just So Stories' has been specially written for children who are learning to read, with colorful illustrations on each page and puzzles and fun facts about whales at the back of the book.
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|Grouping Title||how the whale got his throat|
|Grouping Author||milbourne anna|
|Last Grouping Update||2020-01-04 12:00:04PM|
|Last Indexed||2020-01-22 08:07:06AM|
Kipling, Rudyard, 1865-1936.
Kipling, Rudyard,1865-1936.How the whale got his throat.
|detailed_location_buenavistapl||Buena Vista Juv Easy Reader|
|display_description||Long ago, whales could eat anything - and they did. Then one day, everything changed. This story, adapted from one of Rudyard Kipling's 'Just So Stories' has been specially written for children who are learning to read, with colorful illustrations on each page and puzzles and fun facts about whales at the back of the book.|
|owning_library_buenavistapl||Buena Vista Public Library|
|owning_location_buenavistapl||Buena Vista Public Library|
Kipling, Rudyard, -- 1865-1936
Kipling, Rudyard, -- 1865-1936. -- Adaptations
Whales -- Juvenile fiction
|title_display||How the whale got his throat|
|title_full||How the whale got his throat / by Rudyard Kipling ; retold by Anna Milbourne ; illustrated by John Joven|
|title_short||How the whale got his throat|