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Dec 04, 2020 - 17:24 PM By Te Ata Lynn Moroney Veg Reisberg

Baby Rattlesnake wants a rattle like his older siblings have His crying keeps the rattlesnake elders up all night so his parents give him a new rattle Sure enough, he misuses his new rattle When he tries to scare the chief s daughter, she steps on his rattle and crushes it Sad and defeated, he returns to his forgiving family who give him big rattlesnake hugs.
  • Title: Baby Rattlesnake
  • Author: Te Ata Lynn Moroney Veg Reisberg
  • ISBN: 9780892390496
  • Page: 246
  • Format: Hardcover

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June Dec 04, 2020 - 17:24 PM
One of my favorite books to use for my November Native American story time I tell it with a rattle to make the sound affects It seems to hold everyone s attention from 2 s and up 11 14 12Used again 2012 11 28 12I had a small group this year so I passed out shakers to the kids so they could shake with me There was one who just shook, but most were good with shaking when I shook my rattle 11 12 13Used with a second grade class Used with PreK 4 and K in outreach.Used in Preschool Story Time It was [...]
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Melissa Dec 04, 2020 - 17:24 PM
Of course my rating for this book is biased I remember my Great Aunt TeAta sharing many a Native American tale, and when I read this book I hear it in her voice The illustrations in this book are wonderfully colorful My kids and I laugh at Prairie Dog s illustrated reaction to Baby Rattlesnake This book is a great way to share the American Native gift of storytelling with your child.
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Autumn Dec 04, 2020 - 17:24 PM
Why placate a whiny child It just makes matters escalate and the child becomes whinier and annoying What kind of lesson does this teach the little ones Cry, whine, and fuss enough and you will get anything that you want That s what this book teaches.As a side note, the illustrations were beautiful.
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Kris Brown Dec 04, 2020 - 17:24 PM
The Native American children s picturebook, Baby Rattlesnake, is an oral folktale story from a Chickasaw Indian, Te Ata The author is Lynn Moroney, who is of mixed race, Indian and white The illustrator is Mira Reisberg from Australia This book is intended for Primary and Intermediate readers No awards were distributed to the author for writing this book I rated this book as a four.Basically, the plot of Baby Rattlesnake is about wishing and obtaining something immaturely In the story, a baby ra [...]
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Paige Cedergreen Dec 04, 2020 - 17:24 PM
I liked this folktale, it was from a Navajo folk tribe This fable had a very important message for young children I think children can relate to this book because even though they don t relate to being a rattlesnake, most kids had a toy they took everywhere with them that they would be devastated if they lost it broke I would read this book aloud to a kindergarten class The vocabulary and syntax is pretty basic so it would not be challenging enough to the older grade levels Also, I feel like kin [...]
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Jayme Dec 04, 2020 - 17:24 PM
Summary This book is about a baby rattlesnake who desperately wants his rattle The rules are that he has to wait until he is older, but he begs his family to give it to him early His parents warn him that he cannot have his rattle yet because he will get into trouble and learn the lesson the hard way Eventually, they decided he could have his rattle but told him to be careful After he received his rattle he had so much fun scaring people and thought it was hilarious His parents told him to stop [...]
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S10_Matthew Dec 04, 2020 - 17:24 PM
Baby Rattlesnake follows baby rattlesnake and his yearning for a rattle, of course He whines and whines to his parents for his rattle, so loud he bothers the whole snake community He kept the Rattlesnake People awake all night And eventually they give in and get him a makeshift rattle He uses the rattle primarily to scare other animals Eventually, he uses his new addition to try to scare the chief s daughter She responds by stepping on him and breaking his rattle and we never find out from what [...]
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Vanessa Dec 04, 2020 - 17:24 PM
Baby Rattlesnake by Te Ata was a very cute and colorful book The pictures tell a lot and they capture your eye This would be a great book to read to the little ones in the classroom or even at homee story starts with a baby rattlesnake who is really sad he does not have a rattle like everyone else in his family and in the town He cries a lot and that annoys everyone greatly The town deides to have a council meeting to decide what to do They all finally decide to give him one, but when they do, h [...]
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Jen Dec 04, 2020 - 17:24 PM
While I can appreciate this story as a piece of Indian folklore and a cautionary tale against misusing gifts, I didn t particularly like the way it was related That the baby rattlesnake learned his lesson by having his tail view spoiler crushed by the girl he meant to scare hide spoiler seemed like the wrong message to send to children, both because view spoiler of the violence inherent in crushing anything and especially because, in real life, stepping on a rattlesnake s tail would result in a [...]
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Nick Dec 04, 2020 - 17:24 PM
I think it s interesting that most of the criticisms of this book are from people who don t like the parts of the story that are very traditional Some modern readers want to change the story to reflect modern ideas, rather than teaching the ideas and beliefs of the culture in which the tale originated.For instance, some readers object to children being exposed to the one violent act in the story, or to the unrealistic results of that act Sure, but are folktales required to be both pacifistic and [...]
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Katee Dec 04, 2020 - 17:24 PM
Summary This is about a baby snake who wants a rattle But his parents tell him that he s too young for a rattle So the baby snake just cries and cries so no one is able to sleep The snakes then gather together to decide if they should give him a rattle or not so they can get some sleep They decided to give him a rattle and the baby snake was overjoyed He went around scaring all the animals They were not pleased Then one day he asked his parents who the chiefs daughter was so he could scare her t [...]
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Tamara Dec 04, 2020 - 17:24 PM
Summary Baby Rattlesnake cries and cries for a rattle just like his big brother and sister have, but his parents tell him he s still too young His crying keeps the Rattlesnake People up all night, so finally his parents give in Thrilled with his new power, he mischievously uses his rattle to scare little animals He grows bolder and bolder, till one day he scares the wrong creature.Written by Te AtaPublished in 2006 by Children s Book PressRecommendations Awards LLED Group Read Audience Read toge [...]
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Andrew Dec 04, 2020 - 17:24 PM
Summary Baby Rattlesnake wants a rattle that s just like his big brother and sister s in this native American cautionary tale The young snake makes such a ruckus that the elders decide to give in to him, even though he is still too young to use his rattle wisely As the elders predict, Baby Rattlesnake creates mischief with his new power He meets his match, however, when he tries to scare the chief s daughter, who is as strong and decisive as she is beautiful and proud Humbled and without his rat [...]
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Lindsay Dec 04, 2020 - 17:24 PM
This is a folktale that was told by Chickasaw storyteller Te Ata It tells the story of a baby rattlesnake who is given a rattle early on in life because he insists on having one like his older siblings The town elects to give him a rattle although he is immature because he is being so annoying Baby Rattlesnake, of course, doesn t use his rattle wisely and likes to play tricks on the other desert animals He learns his lesson in the end, however I used the Spanish version of this story for a Spani [...]
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Teeny Dec 04, 2020 - 17:24 PM
Summary Baby Rattlesnake is a Native American tale about a baby rattlesnake that continuously cries because his tail does not have a rattle like his mother, father, brother, and sister His cries keep the rattlesnake community up day and night, until the council decides to give him his very own rattle Although, he does not use his rattle wisely and ends up without it in the end Told by Te AtaAdapted by Lynn MoroneyIllustrated by Mire ReisbergAudience K 3rd grade Late Early reader Genre folklore c [...]
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Brooke Dec 04, 2020 - 17:24 PM
Summary From School Library Journal Baby Rattlesnake wants a rattle that s just like his big brother and sister s in this native American cautionary tale The young snake makes such a ruckus that the elders decide to give in to him, even though he is still too young to use his rattle wisely As the elders predict, Baby Rattlesnake creates mischief with his new power He meets his match, however, when he tries to scare the chief s daughter, who is as strong and decisive as she is beautiful and proud [...]
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Mallori Dec 04, 2020 - 17:24 PM
Summary This story is about a young rattlesnake who wants his rattle before it is time to get it He will not let up until he gets it Finally, the town of rattlesnakes give him his rattle and baby rattlesnake learns a great life lesson with the help of his rattle Reading Level Ages 4 8Genre Picture BookUses Guided Reading, Independent Reading, Read Aloud, Shared ReadingSocial Issues This book teaches children that there are always consequences to wanting to grow up fast Lessons need to be learned [...]
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Josh Wagner Dec 04, 2020 - 17:24 PM
Baby Rattlesnake cries and cries for a rattle just like his big brother and sister have, but his parents tell him he s still too young His crying keeps the Rattlesnake People up all night, so finally his parents give in Thrilled with his new power, he mischievously uses his rattle to scare little animals He grows bolder and bolder, till one day he scares the wrong creature Adapted from a Chickasaw tale, this English only version of this story time favorite provides a witty lesson in the value of [...]
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Sarah Dec 04, 2020 - 17:24 PM
Title Baby Rattle SnakeAuthor Te AtaIllustrator Mire ReisbergPublisher Children s Book PressYear of Publication 2006Grade level K 3Genre Picture BookTopic Self controlSocial Issues Addressed MaturitySummary A baby rattlesnake wants a rattle for his tail even though he is too young to have one He begs his parents to give him one They finally give in The baby rattlesnake misuses his rattle and has it broken He is sad He learns though that he wasn t ready for it and to never abuse power Interaction [...]
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Jessica Minnoia Dec 04, 2020 - 17:24 PM
This story is about a baby rattlesnake who is upset and crying because he does not yet have a rattle like the older snakes His parents tell him he is too young but because of his crying nobody can sleep so they decide to give him one The snake likes his rattle so much he scares people with it and against the advice of his parents he scares the chief s daughter After he scares her, she becomes startled and breaks his rattle I would use this story as a read aloud because it would be great to start [...]
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Kayla Moorw Dec 04, 2020 - 17:24 PM
this is book is written by te ata its an indian folk tale book im guessing the protagonist is the snake and the antagonist is the girl the girl is the chiefs daughter she is described as beautiful and very nicely dressed baby rattlesnake is upset because he doesn t have a rattle like the other ones when he finally gets his rattle he learned to play tricks and decided to play it on the indian girl when he scred her, she stepped on his rattle and crushed it to pieces he learned not to play tricks [...]
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Ashia.b Dec 04, 2020 - 17:24 PM
I really enjoyed this book, it was about a baby rattlesnake who wanted a rattle so bad He got the rattle and didn t really enjoy it because everyone in the town was annoyed by him rattle His parents told him to watch out for the humans because they might step on his rattler and break it But he didn t listen he went up to the hills and this girl was coming and he tried to hide so he could jump out and scare but when he jumped out she stepped on his tail and his rattle broke But the lesson I got f [...]
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Typhani Dec 04, 2020 - 17:24 PM
Summary Baby Rattlesnake cries and cries for a rattle just like his big brother and sister have, but his parents tell him he s still too young His crying keeps the Rattlesnake People up all night, so finally his parents give in Thrilled with his new power, he mischievously uses his rattle to scare little animals He grows bolder and bolder, till one day he scares the wrong creature Thanks powells Audience Ages 4 Genre Picture BookUse Guided Reading, Read AloudLife Lessons Teaches people to value [...]
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Heidi Dec 04, 2020 - 17:24 PM
Baby Rattlesnake is a story that is adapted from a Chickasaw Tale It is about a baby rattlesnake who is upset because he does not yet have his rattle He finally gets his rattle, but uses it foolishly In the end of the story, he is without a rattle once again Reading Level Pre K 2nd gradeGenre Picture BookUse Read AloudTheme Self controlText Images The illustrations perfectly depict the southwestern setting.This book is made up of bright colors that will surely attract young readers.
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Heather Dec 04, 2020 - 17:24 PM
I would not use this book in my classrom The only reason why is because I hate snakes The summary of this book is that there a baby battlesnake that was born and he has no rattle and he cry and cry till he get one Well he was so happy that he got one that he when and showed it off to everyone Well then one day someone didn t like it and broke it off of him.
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Kate Hastings Dec 04, 2020 - 17:24 PM
Wonderful interactive native american tale Use with shakers Baby rattlesnakes don t have rattles, but that doesn t stop baby from asking, and whining, and tantrum ing Finally Mommy and Daddy give in, and their point is proven that sometimes there is a REASON children aren t allowed to have things they want until they are old enough.
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Cheryl M. Dec 04, 2020 - 17:24 PM
What happens when someone wants something they really shouldn t have A folk tale from the Chickasaw native americans The kids love baby rattlesnake, and how he wants to get into trouble They love to chime in with the ch ch ch.
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Amy Rae Dec 04, 2020 - 17:24 PM
I love the illustrations for this book, but the story being told just didn t grab me superhard That said, I love that the storyteller is credited before the tale s adapter on the cover, and that the end note tells the story s journey to the page.
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Indian Country Dec 04, 2020 - 17:24 PM
Told by Te Ata, Adapted by Lynn Moroney, Illustrated by Mira Reisberg.Soft Cover.A teaching tale about what happens when you get something before you re ready for it indiancountrystore BOOKbab
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Charlotte Osborn-bensaada Dec 04, 2020 - 17:24 PM
Baby rattlesnake has to learn that sometimes one should not wish to be so grown up Rather startling repercussions but with a it will be all right ending.
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Baby Rattlesnake By Te Ata Lynn Moroney Veg Reisberg Baby Rattlesnake wants a rattle like his older siblings have His crying keeps the rattlesnake elders up all night so his parents give him a new rattle Sure enough, he misuses his new rattle When he tries to scare the chief s daughter, she steps on his rattle and crushes it Sad and defeated, he returns to his forgiving family who give him big rattlesnake hugs.

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