1 edition of The walrus who escaped found in the catalog.
The walrus who escaped
Written in English
In the days when animals could use the strength of the Earth to take any shape they pleased, a jealous raven uses her magic to freeze the walrus, with his long curly tusks, in the ocean waters.
|Statement||by Rachel and Sean Qitsualik-Tinsley ; illustrated by Anthony Brennan|
|Contributions||Qitsualik-Tinsley, Sean, 1969- author, Brennan, Anthony, 1978- illustrator|
|LC Classifications||PZ7.Q136 Wal 2014|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||1 volume (unpaged)|
|LC Control Number||2014053056|
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In The Walrus Who Escaped, young readers learn that walruses once had spiraled, curly tusks, not the long, straight tusks we recognize. When Raven came across Walrus expertly diving for clams, he quickly became jealous of Walrus's great clam-hunting skills.
So, as Walrus was about to surface with a tasty mouthful of clams, Raven cast a spell on 5/5(1). The Walrus Who Escaped book. Read 7 reviews from the world's largest community for readers. A cheerfully illustrated tale with Inuit rootsIn the time b /5. In the past, Arctic animals did not look as they do today, but they could communicate just as well as humans can!In The Walrus Who Escaped, young readers learn that walruses once had spiraled, curly tusks, not the long, straight tusks we Raven came across Walrus Author: Rachel Qitsualik-Tinsley.
The Walrus Who Escaped by Rachel Qitsualik-Tinsley () Hardcover – out of 5 stars 1 customer review. See all 3 formats and editions Hide other formats and editions.
Price New from Used from Hardcover "Please retry" $ $ $ Hardcover, $ 5/5(1). Get this from a library. The walrus who escaped. [Rachel Qitsualik-Tinsley; Anthony Brennan; Sean Qitsualik-Tinsley] -- "In the time before animals were as they are today, Walrus, who had spiraled curly tusks and not the long, straight tusks we recognize today, spent his time diving for clams.
One day, Walrus. Creatures of the far north can call on the Strength of the Land to do what they want. When Raven becomes jealous of Walrus' useful curved tusks, Raven freezes the sea, The walrus who escaped book Walrus.
Walrus breaks free, making his once curly tusks short and straight, which they remain to this day. This is a dramatically illustrated and well-told pourquoi (why) tale.
A tale from an Inuit folklorist and her husband explains how the walrus' tusks came to be straight. Long ago, the tale begins, creatures could draw upon the Land's mystical Strength to take whatever shape they liked. Walrus uses his lovely, long spiraled tusks to scoop clams up from the seabed.
Raven, who loves clams, was envious. The Walrus Who Escaped. The Raven and the Loon, written by Rachel and Sean The walrus who escaped book and illustrated by Kim Smith, and The Walrus Who Escaped, written by Rachel and Sean Qitsualik-Tinsley and illustrated by Anthony Brennan, are delightful Inuit.
Where's Walrus is a picture book intended for nursery readers. This colorful yet simply illustrated book follows a walrus who escaped from the zoo. He tries on all sorts of different hats throughout the city, such as a firefighter, a dancer, and a construction worker, to /5().
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In The Walrus Who Escaped, young readers will discover a walrus with beautiful, spiralled tusks, not the long, straight tusks that we recognize today. When Raven comes across Walrus expertly diving for clams, she quickly becomes jealous of Walrus’s great clam-hunting skills.
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Qitsualik-Tinsley, Rachel and Sean Qitsualik-Tinsley. The Walrus Who Escaped. Illus. Anthony Brennan. Iqualuit, NU: Inhabit Media Inc., this book, Rachael and Sean Qitsualik-Tinsley retell another of the many Inuit legends that explain why things are the way they are.
According to this story, walruses used to have spiral : Sandy Campbell. Raven flees far inland while Walrus goes further out to sea, and the two continue to live apart to this day.
Told in a poetic and evocative voice, The Walrus Who Escaped is a traditional Inuit origin story that exemplifies the richness of the culture and its ties to the land, mixing survival, magic, and animal mythology.
Occasionally, though. In the past, Arctic animals did not look as they do today, but they could communicate just as well as humans can!In The Walrus Who Escaped, young readers learn that walruses once had spiraled, curly tusks, not the long, straight tusks we Raven came across Walrus expertly diving for clams, he quickly became jealous of Walrus's great clam-hunting skills.
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rosmarus), which lives in the Atlantic Ocean, and. This is a very clever little picture book about a walrus who escapes from the zoo and the zookeeper who is trying to recapture him. The walrus proceeds to hide using a series of clever hats.
The ending will make you smile. The would be a great book to read with a child and have them describe what they see or "find the walrus". The Walrus and the Carpenter Walked on a mile or so, And then they rested on a rock Conveniently low: And all the little Oysters stood And waited in a row.
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Kids won't have any problems spotting Walrus in the pictures, thus no frustration. In fact, when reading the book, my kids point out ways walrus could better camouflage himself.
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It is a social animal that gathers by the hundreds in large herds. Walrus › Animals and Nature; Habitats and ecosystems. bear had time to hit the walrus on the head with a paw, or bite it on the face or nose, before the walrus escaped into the water.
The bear's tracks went to all 3 holes, suggesting that it tried unsuccessfully to capture the walrus for some time after the initial attempt, possibly because the wounded animal kept resurfacing at different holes to.