Purple Coyote by Cornette

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One day, a purple coyote appeared on the hill. A coyote unlike any other. A purple coyote.

Jim's never seen a purple coyote before, and he's determined to find out how the creature got his unusual color. But the coyote isn't saying. It's a big secret. So is the reason why the coyote howls a strange howl and dances a strange dance. Jim is stumped, and the more he questions the coyote, the more frustrated he becomes. Then one day the secret is revealed . . . .

About Cornette

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Cornette studied comic-book art at l'Institut St. Luc de Bruxelles and has done artwork for his own projects, as wess as for texts written by others.
Published May 11, 1999 by Doubleday Books for Young Readers. 40 pages
Genres: Nature & Wildlife, Children's Books.

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From France, a nonsensical story of one tricky coyote and a boy whose curiosity gets the better of him.

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The coyote tells Jim that's the second secret, and when Jim does the coyote's dance, Jim himself turns purple, and the coyote returns to its natural color.

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