When a thirsty crow cannot drink from a pitcher because the water level is too low, she uses her ingenuity to solve the problem.
Children's Literature - Marianne MitchellWith bright bold colors, this retelling in Spanish of Aesop's "The Crow and the Jar" comes to life for young readers. The text is simple and straightforward with one or two sentences per page. Before the story begins, the author provides an explanation of a fable. Children will easily identify with the expressive crow who seeks a way to quench his thirst. In the end, the crow's clever thinking solves the problem. Teachers can use this book to encourage their students to keep trying and not give up when faced with a problem. Students could also use this fable as a model to make up fables about their own ways to solve problems they face. This is a Yellow Level book in the "Read-it! Readers" series.
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