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Learning Page 1630 E. com Correlation LEVEL P Fountas & Pinnell Reading Recovery DRA N 21 30 In the time before time, animals lived interesting lives. There were no humans, and the animals were free to do as they pleased. Everything was perfect—there was no disease, no hunger, no war, and no suffering. The animals had everything they needed. 3 Well, almost everything. Coyote enjoyed the nighttime. He would sit on a rock outside his house all night and watch the stars. Every night as he sat watching, he gazed at one particular star that was very beautiful.
No star had ever loved an animal. They knew Coyote had often been a fool, especially in matters of love. Coyote’s older brother, Wolf, just shook his head and sighed. Wolf had helped Coyote out of many difficult spots. He had a feeling that his silly younger brother would get himself in trouble again. Coyote did foolish things for love. For seven nights Coyote sang his song and received no response. After the seventh night, he stopped singing. He was exhausted. He closed his eyes and dreamed of a ladder that elevated him to the stars.
For the time of one whole moon, twenty-eight days, Coyote fell to the earth. He fell and fell, and thought about his life the whole time. He promised himself he would never act foolish again. He vowed to be a good Coyote from that day on. But he knew he had committed foolish acts, and he felt powerful regret. 20 Finally, he hit the ground. The impact made a great hole where once there had been a very large mountain, the mountain he had climbed. His blood turned to water and filled the hole to become a beautiful lake.