Mardigian Library
Ask a QuestionMy Library Account
Search Library Catalog - Books, DVDs & More
Limit to available
More Searches
   
Limit results to available items
Find more results:
Search MelCat
More Information
  
Sierra, Judy
Multicultural folktales : stories to tell young children / by Judy Sierra & Robert Kaminski ; selected translations by Adela Artola Allen
Alternate Title Stories to tell young children
Phoenix, AZ : Oryx Press, c1991
book jacket
Location Call Number Status
 SOE Curriuclum Lab, Rm 267  CL 398.2 SIE    AVAILABLE
Subject(s) Tales
Puppet theater in education
Flannel boards
Storytelling
Physical Description viii, 126 p. : ill. ; 28 cm
Note Includes bibliographical references (p. [119]-123) and index
Contents Acknowledgments -- Introduction -- Part 1: Storytelling Techniques And Materials -- Storytelling -- Telling stories with the flannel board -- Telling stories with puppets -- Part 2: Folktales For Children Two-And-A-Half To Five -- Three little kittens (United States) -- Anna Mariah (Anglo-American) -- Elegant rooster (Spain) -- Translation: El Gallo elegante -- Three bears (England) -- Cat and the mouse (England) -- Goat in the Chile patch (United States: Hispanic) -- Translation: El cabrito en la hortaliza de los chiles -- Anansi and the rock (West Africa) -- La Hormiguita (Mexico) -- Translation: La Hormiguita -- Teeny-Tiny (England) -- Hungry cat (Norway) -- See for yourself (Tibet) -- Great tug-o-war (United States: African-American) -- Knee-high man (United States: African-American) -- In a dark, dark wood (Anglo-American) -- Part 3: Folktales For Children Five To Seven -- Lion and the mouse (Greece) -- Travels of a fox (England) -- Roly-poly rice ball (Japan) -- Wonderful pot (Denmark) -- Buchettion (Italy) -- Don't let the tiger get you! (Korea) -- Stonecutter (China) -- Drakes-tail (France) -- Lazy Jack (England) -- Why do monkeys live in trees? (West Africa) -- Stone soup (Belguim) -- Part 4: Resources For Storytelling -- Index
Summary Synopsis: Take your students on thrilling journeys around the world through the magic and enjoyment of language and literature. Renowned authors and storytellers Judy Sierra and Robert Kaminski have collected 25 folktales representing the peoples and cultures of North America (including Hispanic and African American stories), Europe, Asia, Latin America, and Africa. The authors share their years of storytelling experience and techniques and recommend other helpful publications for additional information and suggestions. These distinguished and popular authors have also included full-sized traceable figures for you to use in creating flannel board characters and puppets!
Series SOE Curriculum Lab
Alternate Author Kaminski, Robert

Mardigian Library, 4901 Evergreen Rd.
Dearborn, MI 48128-1491 313-593-5400 fax 313-593-5561
ask-a-question@umd.umich.edu
The Regents of the University of Michigan | Non-Discrimination Policy
Copyright © The University of Michigan - Dearborn • 4901 Evergreen Road • Dearborn, Michigan 48128 • 313-593-5000
The University of Michigan - Ann Arbor | The University of Michigan - Flint | SITEMAP | DIRECTORY | CONTACT