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A little lamb uses her clever wiles to keep a coyote from eating her up.
Translated and retold from El borreguita y el coyote, in Tales from Jalisco, Mexico, by Howard T. Wheeler, v. 35.
 p. : col. ill. ; 22 x 29 cm.
0679909214 (lib. bdg.)
Aardema started writing children's stories in the 1950's, and in 1960 she published her first books, Tales from the Story Hat and The Sky God Stories. She specializes in the modernization and adaptation of traditional African folktales. In the 1970s, Aardema joined illustrators Leo and Diane Dillon and produced three picture books. Why Mosquitoes Buzz in People's Ears received the Caldecott Medal in 1976 and the Brooklyn Art Books for Children Award in 1977. Who's in Rabbit's House? was the 1977 School Library Journal Best Book of the Year and a Lewis Carroll Shelf Award winner in 1978. Aardema received the Children's Reading Round Table Award in 1981, and several of her books have been selected as Notable Books by the American Library Association. Oh Kojo! How Could You! won the 1984 Parents' Choice Award for Literature.
Verna Aardema died in 2000.