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by Ting-xing Ye,Suzane Langlois

eBook Weighing the Elephant (Folktale) ePub
Author: Ting-xing Ye,Suzane Langlois
Language: English
ISBN: 1550375261
ISBN13: 978-1550375268
Publisher: Annick Press (September 1, 1998)
Pages: 32
Category: Growing Up & Facts of Life
Subcategory: Children
Rating: 4.4
Votes: 270
Formats: lit doc docx txt
ePub file: 1420 kb
Fb2 file: 1785 kb

Weighing The Elephant. Huan-huan the elephant, who is punished to live without his parents after the Emperor grows angry with him, must be weighed. Other Books You Might Like.

Weighing The Elephant. By Suzane Langlois, Ting-Xing Ye. Grades. Can the villagers of Beyond the Clouds or Hei-dou, Huan-huan's handler, figure out how to weigh him? Huan-huan the elephant, who is punished to live without his parents after the Emperor grows angry with him, must be weighed. Can the villagers of Beyond the Clouds or Hei-dou, Huan-huan's handler, figure out how to weigh him? Save to list.

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Ting-Xing Ye is a Chinese- Canadian author of young adult novels, as well as. .She published her first picture book in 1998. Weighing The Elephant, illustrated by Suzanne Langlois, 1998.

She published her first picture book in 1998. Ye also writes Young Adult fiction and non-fiction. Leaf In A Bitter Wind, autobiographical memoir, 1997. Three Monks, No Water, illustrated by Harvey Chan, 1997. White Lily, a chapter book, 2000. Throwaway Daughter, a Young Adult novel, 2003. My Name is Number Four, Young Adult non-fiction, 2007.

Find nearly any book by Ting-xing Ye. Get the best deal by comparing prices from over 100,000 booksellers. Weighing the Elephant (Folktale): ISBN 9781550375275 (978-1-55037-527-5) Hardcover, Annick Press, 1998.

Ting-Xing Ye (born 1952) is a Chinese- Canadian author of young adult novels, as.

Ye was born in Shanghai, China, in 1952, the fourth of five children. Her parents were a factory owner and his wife. Ye's parents died when she was a small child, leaving Ye and her four siblings in the care of her Great-Aunt. YouTube Encyclopedic.

literature, math and literature, folktale, folk tale, China, Chinese, elephant, problem, critical thinking, cooperative learning, measurement . A copy of the Chinese folktale Weighing the Elephant at Whootie Owl's Stories to Grow By.

literature, math and literature, folktale, folk tale, China, Chinese, elephant, problem, critical thinking, cooperative learning, measurement, weight. In this lesson, students work in small groups to solve a problem in the Chinese folktale, "Weighing the Elephant," by Ting-Xing Ye. Introduce students to the story before reading it aloud

Projet de création collective avec les élèves. Design et direction artistique de Suzane Langlois A mural on the lockers at École Édouard-Laurin

Projet de création collective avec les élèves. Design et direction artistique de Suzane Langlois A mural on the lockers at École Édouard-Laurin. Collective workshop with the students. Design and Art direction by Suzane Langlois.

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In a small Chinese village lives a baby elephant, Huan-huan. The evil Emperor issues an impossible puzzle: the villagers can save Huan-huan only if they can deduce how much it weighs. A child comes up with an ingenious, scientifically sound answer.

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