Coyote Sings to the Moon by Brand: Key Porter Books at Cmc Schools. Hurry! Limited time offer. Offer valid only while supplies last. An old woman and her animals gather every night to serenade the moon. Coyote wants to join them, but his voice is so bad that the others are sure
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An old woman and her animals gather every night to serenade the moon. Coyote wants to join them, but his voice is so bad that the others are sure heâll scare the moon away. Offended, Coyote wonders, Who needs the moon, anyway?â Moon is listening, and she knows just the solution for a cheeky Coyote. Unfortunately, Coyoteâs friends must pay the price, too!
Brand: Key Porter Books
Key Porter Books
Key Porter Books
0.25 x 10 x 8.5 inches
8.3 x 0.4 x 9.7 inches
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