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A Year in Edmonton A Year in Edmonton Un an à Edmonton

Written by Greg Whistance-Smith

Illustrated by Greg Whistance-Smith

Read by Sara Davidson

Language English

Level Level 2

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It is spring.

It is spring.

C'est le printemps.


Coyote plays in the mud.

Coyote plays in the mud.

Coyote joue dans la boue.


Wash off, Coyote!

Wash off, Coyote!

Lave-toi, Coyote!


It is summer.

It is summer.

C'est l'été.


It is hot and sunny.

It is hot and sunny.

Il fait beau et chaud


Don’t get burnt!

Don’t get burnt!

Ne te brûle pas!


It is autumn.

It is autumn.

C'est l'automne


The leaves are yellow.

The leaves are yellow.

Les feuilles sont jaunes.


Coyotes are not yellow!

Coyotes are not yellow!

Les coyotes ne sont pas jaunes!


It is freeze-up.

It is freeze-up.

C'est le premier gel.


Coyote is cold.

Coyote is cold.

Coyote a froid.


Find a house, Coyote.

Find a house, Coyote.

Trouve-toi une maison, Coyote.


It is winter.

It is winter.

C'est l'hiver.


Coyote explores.

Coyote explores.

Coyote explore.


Hare is hidden.

Hare is hidden.

Lièvre est caché.


It is break-up.

It is break-up.

C'est le dégel.


The ice is thin.

The ice is thin.

La glace est mince.


Stay safe, Coyote!

Stay safe, Coyote!

Fais attention, Coyote!


It is spring.

It is spring.

C'est le printemps.


Coyote is old.

Coyote is old.

Coyote est vieux.


Written by: Greg Whistance-Smith
Illustrated by: Greg Whistance-Smith
Read by: Sara Davidson
Language: English
Level 2
Source: from Little Cree Books
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