The Kitten Who Cried Dog

You've probably already heard the story that The Kitten Who Cried Dog is based on - The Boy Who Cried Wolf. There are many different versions of this story. When people tell a story, they often make little changes to make it their own.

Author: Charlotte Guillain

Publisher: Raintree

ISBN: 1406251143

Category: Children's stories

Page: 24

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A retelling of Aesop's fable, but with cats as the main characters.

The Boy Who Cried Dog

"The Boy Who Cried Dog" is a re-telling of the classic fable "The Boy Who Cried Wolf" that is much more positive and way less terrifying than the original. The first in a series of six re-tellings from Aunt Liddy's Books.

Author: Aunt Liddy

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ISBN: 9780985454500

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"The Boy Who Cried Dog" is a re-telling of the classic fable "The Boy Who Cried Wolf" that is much more positive and way less terrifying than the original. The first in a series of six re-tellings from Aunt Liddy's Books.


The Boy s Own Annual

And the little dog was only doing his duty . Ah , there's nothing like duty . Now bear a hand and scramble on board . " “ What ! ” cried Jack , aghast , “ go on board like this , and perhapsI'm going to dive again .

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The Dog Who Cried Wolf

Tired of being a house pet, Moka the dog moves to the mountains to become a wolf but soon misses the comforts of home.

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Publisher: Puffin

ISBN: 9780142413050

Category: Juvenile Fiction

Page: 32

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Tired of being a house pet, Moka the dog moves to the mountains to become a wolf but soon misses the comforts of home.

The Witch

“The dog! the dog!” cried the boy. “The constable brought the dog in with him.... Oh, it wants to get at me! It's trying to shake the constable off! Oh, oh, don't let it!” And he writhed and twisted, half terrified and persuaded by the ...

Author: Mary Johnston

Publisher: Lulu.com

ISBN: 0359808816

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Walking With Spirits Native American Myths Legends And Folklore

The next morning when Humpback's son went to the spring, he found a small dog there, lapping at the water. The boy picked up the dog at once and hurried back into the house. “Look here!” he cried. “What a nice pet I have.

Author: G.W. Mullins

Publisher: Light Of The Moon Publishing

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Category: Fiction

Page: 273

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Before the time of books, computers, tablets and recording devices, the history of many cultures was passed down, from person to person, by word of mouth. The rich histories of so many people were told in songs, chants, poems and stories. This was the way of Native American tribes. Each in its own way enriching their stories with their own experiences. By reliving these stories and songs, we have the opportunity to bring life back to the ancient spirits that created them. We have a chance to walk with the spirits of the past.  Being there were so many different tribes with countless beliefs and customs, the only way to understand their ways is through understanding their stories. In this book you will understand the Native American people a little better and see where they have come from and what they can offer the world. By exploring these stories offered you will get a glimpse into an often forgotten past. These stories are given to you, to carry forward for younger generations to explore and learn. Included in Volume One are the stories: Origin of the Pleiades, The Woman Who Fell from the Sky, Grandmother Spider Steals the Fire, White Bead Woman, The Origin of Corn, The Hunter and Selu, Myth of the White Buffalo Woman, The Origin of Eternal Death, How Coyote Stole Fire, The Lame Warrior, The Story of Hungry Wolf, Origin of the Sweat Lodge, The Legend of the Cherokee Rose, Contents of the Medicine Bag, Raven's Medicine, The First Fire, Origin Of Disease And Medicine, The Daughter Of The Sun, The Journey To The Sunrise, Why The Mole Lives Underground, The Terrapin's Escape From The Wolves, Origin Of The Groundhog Dance, The Haunted Whirlpool, The Man In The Stump, The Mother Bear's Song and many, many more. You are invited to go Walking With Spirits.