4 edition of Oh, Kojo! How could you! found in the catalog.
Oh, Kojo! How could you!
Relates how a young man named Kojo finally gets the better of the tricky Anansi
|Statement||retold by Verna Aardema ; pictures by Marc Brown|
|Contributions||Brown, Marc Tolon|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination|| p. :|
|Number of Pages||32|
A greedy poor man tests the patience of Imana, Lord of Rwanda, until he loses everything. Encourage students to write about it. Brown, M. Run it to install Kojo. Please enjoy! Kids would like it because the story is interesting and makes you want to keep reading and find out what happens.
Pictures by Leo and Diane Dillon. Naturally, these wonders don't quite turn out as expected, but the dove does bring Kojo a magic ring that grants wishes. The Fortune-Tellers — Lloyd Alexander An African folktale about how a man who comes back to his home turns into the very Fortune-teller he meets after a series of little adventures. Baker, A.
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Download Kojo - An Introduction This book introduces children to the Kojo Environment, and gives them a taste of what they can do with Kojo.
The illustrations are both gorgeous, realistic and at the same time completely haunting. Schwartz, A. Alas Ezra Jack Keats is no longer with us, but his stories live on and your children should read all of them. Please enjoy! This should definitely be on your bookshelf.
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Homegoing follows seven generations, fourteen perspectives in total. This is not the first of the African tales I've read that starts one way and ends up resolving an entirely different conflict. Allow students to do word portraits of themselves using words cut out from newspapers and magazines.
This book, however, is possibly the most ambitious family saga I have ever read. There was fruit lots of fruit!
Please buy this book. San Diego: Harcourt Brace Jovanovich. Nine African folk tales recount the adventures of a lonely lioness, a cunning spider, a lying hyena and others.
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Pictures by Bryna Waldman. Ask children to share their words of kindness with the class.It was everything I could ever ask for in a book, and the stories will stick with me for the rest of my life.
“The family is like the forest: if you are outside it is dense; if you are inside you see that each tree has its own position.” This is, hands down, the best family saga /5. Author Aardema, Verna. Title Oh, Kojo! How could you!: an Ashanti tale / retold by Verna Aardema ; pictures by Marc Brown. Format.
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