The Chameleon Variant by Carol K. Mack

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This funny Choctaw tale tells of the time when the Great Sun Father wanted to find a way to warn his people of coming storms. He gave the job to Heloha and Melatha, who were not the smartest of birds. Their ideas led to one silly mishap after another--until they created thunder and lightning completely by accident. Full-color collage illustrations.

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Published May 1, 1980 by Dial. 32 pages
Genres: Biographies & Memoirs, Children's Books, Mystery, Thriller & Suspense, Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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Meanwhile, Lieberman has a developing love affair with ecology student Laura Davison and is seduced by McGinnis' estranged wife Greta, a sex bomb who ultimately reveals the secret antidote to the plague.

Apr 01 1980 | Read Full Review of The Chameleon Variant

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Roth (Fire Came to the Earth People) outdoes herself with the exceptional cut-paper collages illustrating this folktale, told by a debut author of Choctaw descent. The Great Sun Father commissions Hel

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