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How Chipmunk Got His Stripes


  • While the story begs to be told, Aruego and Dewey’s vibrantly hued trademark watercolors add significantly to the humor. A priority purchase for most collections.
    –School Library Journal


  • Bernhard, Emery. How Snowshoe Hare Rescued the Sun: A Tale from the Arctic. Holiday House, 1993.
  • Bodnar, Judit Z. Tale of a Tail. Lothrop, 1998.
  • Bruchac, Joseph. The Boy Who Lived with the Bears and Other Iroquois Stories. HarperCollins, 1995.
  • Bruchac, Joseph, and James Bruchac. Raccoon’s Last Race: A Traditional Abenaki Story. Dial, 2004.
  • Bruchac, Joseph, and Gayle Ross. The Story of the Milky Way: A Cherokee Tale. Dial, 1995.
  • Bruchac, Joseph, and Jonathan London. Thirteen Moons on Turtle’s Back: A Native American Year of Moons. Philomel, 1992.
  • Ehlert, Lois. Cuckoo: A Mexican Folktale. Harcourt, 1997.
  • Ehlert, Lois. Moon Rope: A Peruvian Folktale. Harcourt, 1992.
  • Gates, Frieda. Owl Eyes. Lothrop, 1994.
  • Hausman, Gerald. How Chipmunk Got Tiny Feet. HarperCollins, 1995.
  • McDermott, Gerald. Raven: A Trickster Tale from the Pacific Northwest. Harcourt, 1993.
  • Ross, Gayle. How Turtle’s Back Was Cracked: A Traditional Cherokee Tale. Dial, 1995.
  • Ryder, Joanne. Chipmunk Song. Dutton, 1987.
  • Salley, Coleen. Why Epossumondas Has No Hair on His Tail. Harcourt, 2004.
  • Shannon, George. Lizard’s Home. Greenwillow, 1999.
  • Shannon, George. Lizard’s Song. Greenwillow, 1981.
  • Stevens, Janet. Tops & Bottoms. Harcourt, 1995.
  • Van Laan, Nancy. In a Circle Long Ago: A Treasury of Native Lore from North America. Knopf, 1995.