Peacock and Crow
Lana Krumwiede (author) Uma Krishnaswamy (illustrator)
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Long ago all birds had white feathers. This folk tale from Thailand is the story of how peacocks and crows got their colors.
- Fountas Pinnell Guided Reading
Legends & Myths
- Interest Age
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