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How Jackrabbit Got His Very Long Ears

3.97  ·  Rating Details ·  34 Ratings  ·  9 Reviews
Jackrabbit is chosen by the Great Spirit to introduce new creatures to their desert homes. But, Jackrabbit doesn't listen very carefully. The story teaches children to listen carefully and treat others kindly Ages 5 and up.
Hardcover, 32 pages
Published May 1st 1994 by Cooper Square Pub
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Brian Cortes
Irbinskas, Heather. Spengler, Kenneth J. How Jackrabbit Got His Very Long Ear. (1994). The story begins with the creation of the desert and the animals that make up the ecosystem. The Great Spirit assigns Jackrabbit as embassador of the desert and is responsible for accommodating to the new animals that are being made, and explain to them their reason for their creation. Jackrabbit was given instructions on every animal, and their purpose that they have in the desert. The roadrunner, tortoise, a ...more
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Jared
Apr 23, 2016 Jared rated it really liked it
Very much in the spirit of "just so stories", mixed with a bit of Native American lore. Fun.
Jessica Wenninger
Jan 28, 2014 Jessica Wenninger rated it really liked it
I really enjoyed reading about Jackrabbit. This story was engaging and clearly explained in a fun way why jackrabbits have such long ears. The illustrations were well drawn and really added to the story and helped the reader to visualize the words.
Nicole Agadoni
Apr 03, 2014 Nicole Agadoni rated it really liked it
This book tells the story of how jackrabbits got their long ears. It features many different animals that are found in the desert and describes their features. This book is engaging and humorous. It would be great for a lesson on folklore, or even a lesson on desert animals.
Rita
Apr 24, 2008 Rita rated it it was amazing
Shelves: kids, picture-books
Having grandparents in the desert, this was bound to be added to our collection. A wordier book, but loved by Alex and Katie in the early elementary school years.
Julie
Feb 11, 2010 Julie marked it as to-read
Recommended to Julie by: Carol Hurst
Shelves: pre-k, 1, 2, k, 3, desert-theme
This is an original pourquoi tale (a story that explains how something came to be) that brings in many desert animals and calls attention to their attributes.
Theresa
Oct 21, 2013 Theresa rated it liked it
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good fable and resources for attention getting writting
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