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Grandfather Tang's Story (Dragonfly Books) (original 1990; udgave 1997)

af Ann Tompert (Forfatter), Robert Andrew Parker (Illustrator)

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Grandfather tells a story about shape-changing fox fairies who try to best each other until a hunter brings danger to both of them.
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Titel:Grandfather Tang's Story (Dragonfly Books)
Forfattere:Ann Tompert (Forfatter)
Andre forfattere:Robert Andrew Parker (Illustrator)
Info:Dragonfly Books (1997), Edition: Reprint, 32 pages
Samlinger:Dit bibliotek
Vurdering:*****
Nøgleord:Friendship, Shapes, Fable, Fiction, Animals.

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Grandfather Tang's Story: A Tale Told With Tangrams af Ann Tompert (1990)

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Drawing on a Chinese form of storytelling with seven shapes cut from a square of paper, Tompert recounts the tale of two fox fairies. Parker's pen-and-watercolor art adds drama, while the tangram insets will motivate children to try their own versions
  riselibrary_CSUC | Aug 14, 2020 |
Soo and her Grandfather Tang create a story using their tangram pieces. They create two characters, Chou and Wu Ling, who are best friends. They try to outdo each other all the time. They transform themselves into different animals. Grandfather Tang rearranges his tangram pieces to create the animals in the story till the very end, when Chou and Wu Ling return to their fox forms. The author provides a model for a tangram on the last page including information about the origins of the tangram. [return][return]This book could be used in a unit on shapes. The tangram uses a few shapes that are in our everyday lives. Reading this book aloud will be fun when students have their own tangram sets and can make the animals as the story is read.[return][return]Modern Fantasy[return]Reading Level: 3.7
  kristi_test_01 | Sep 12, 2019 |
I enjoy reading this book with my students to teach them about shapes but also to teach them about friendship. This is a story about a grandfather telling his granddaughter a story about how two foxes transform themselves into different animals in order to beat each other in this game they play. They are trying to eat each other. In the end they realize this is a silly game and they go back to being foxes and friends. This fable has a great message for students. ( )
  rshane1 | Jan 27, 2019 |
Any child who has sat down and listen to a family member share a story with them will be able to relate to this tale. I found this story to be quite unique as it told with the use of tangrams. I also liked how the concept of tangrams was explained but I would have preferred this explanation to be in the beginning of the text instead of at the end. The story of the foxes helps the readers to understand what it means to be human as well as conveys the main idea of the story which is: It is too late to prepare for danger when it is upon us. As a result of their brush with death, the foxes chose to ignore their pride and to be careful to avoid danger. ( )
  Mjager1 | Apr 15, 2017 |
discusses stories that relate to different animals that can be made through origami.
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  TUCC | Aug 15, 2016 |
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