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by Anne Rockwell & illustrated by Anne Rockwell . An ensuing series of mishaps culminates in the boy's expropriation of Chac’s thunder, lightning, rain, and wind-all of which run destructively wild. Infuriated, Chac blasts the boy back where he came from, the net result being a joyful family reunion. This story has not appeared in picture-book form since Betty Baker's No Help at All, illustrated by Emily Arnold McCully (1978), and like several more recently recast Mayan myths, reveals a lighter side to a mysterious, little-known culture. introduction, source notes) (Picture book/folktale.
book by Anne Rockwell. According to Mayan legend, Chac is one of the gods of the sky who control rain, wind, thunder, and lighting. With his bottomless gourd of rain, his bag of winds, his booming drum, and his flashing ax, Chac is a mighty lord.
A Mayan Legend about a naughty boy who is accidentally picked by the Rain God to be his servant. The god wants someone to do everything he says but this is not a boy who is capable of doing that so chaos ensues. A funny, interesting story used as a lecture to naughty boys.
FREE shipping on qualifying offers. With his bottomless gourd of rain. renee K. Lucy toddler room. What others are saying. The Boy Who Wouldn't Obey: A Mayan Legend by Anne Rockwell.
According to Mayan legend, Chac is one of the gods of the sky who control rain, wind, thunder, and lighting. But all his powers can"t give him the patience to handle a mischievous mortal boy he plucks from the forest to be his servant.
Author and Illustrator Anne Rockwell has created over one hundred .
Author and Illustrator Anne Rockwell has created over one hundred childrens book titles. Home Books Telling Stories The Boy Who Wouldn't Obey: A Mayan Legend. The Boy Who Wouldn't Obey: A Mayan Legend. Illustrated by Anne Rockwell. But all his powers can't give him the patience to handle a mischievous mortal boy he plucks from the forest to be his servant.
Beloved author Anne Rockwell celebrates nature and the outdoors with a gorgeous new picture book about a child’s first mountain hike! A young girl and her family go hiking up a nearby mountain for the very first time. As they climb up and up the path, they see everything from a friendly toad to a prickly porcupine, tall leafy trees to tiny red berries. Anne Rockwell and her daughter, artist Lizzy Rockwell, celebrate a day the little girl will never forget, especially when she reaches the mountain’s summit
Author: Anne Rockwell
Category: Books for children
Subcategory: Growing Up & Facts of Life
Publisher: Greenwillow Books; 1st edition (April 5, 2000)
Pages: 24 pages
ePUB size: 1777 kb
FB2 size: 1779 kb
Other Formats: lrf lit mbr lrf