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by Karen Sharp Foster,Bruce Martin

Turtle's Pond (A Seneca Folktale) download ebook
ISBN:
0201478641
ISBN13:
978-0201478648
Author:
Karen Sharp Foster,Bruce Martin
Publisher:
Waterford Institute (2003)
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Pages:
16 pages
ePUB:
1936 kb
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1568 kb
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Category:
Mythology & Folk Tales
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Rating:
4.5

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A short story about a turtle and a beaver, and their attempts to settle their differences when it comes to who owns the beautiful pond they both live in. This is Book No. 7 in the Waterford Institute Read-Along series.

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Martin's pond pools where a snaking tributary of Heineman's Creek . He skipped pebbles across the pond in long, low arcs to crack sharp against the diving rock, and then he played the stone-tossing game.

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Delacorte Theater, Turtle Pond, and the Great Lawn, from Belvedere Castle. The reconfigured Turtle Pond, completed in 1997, was designed so that at no position can a viewer take in all its perimeter. The Great Lawn and Turtle Pond are two connected features of Central Park which are located in Manhattan, New York City. YouTube Encyclopedic. Shoreline plants such as lizard's tail, bulrushes, turtlehead (Chelone glabra), and blueflag iris were planted in submerged concrete shelving designed to offer each group of wetland plants their ideal water coverage. A small island provides sunning spots and secure egg-laying sites for the turtles.

A short story about a turtle and a beaver, and their attempts to settle their differences when it comes to who "owns" the beautiful pond they both live in. This is Book No. 7 in the Waterford Institute Read-Along series.