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How the Robin Stole Fire

El petirrojo que se robó el fuego

Comment le rouge-gorge a volé le feu

How the Robin Stole Fire

How the Robin Stole Fire

How the Robin Stole Fire

How the Robin Stole Fire

Pourquoi Tale (fiction), 1,638 words, Spanish Level T (Grade 3), Lexile 830L

How the Robin Stole Fire is a retelling of a story based on a Boandik (BOH-uhn-dik) tale called "How Fire Was Stolen from the Red-Crested Cockatoo." The Boandik people are the Aboriginal people of the southeastern region of South Australia. This tale explains how people came to use fire as a tool and why brush fires sometimes sweep through the grasslands of the Australian outback.