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by David Vozar

eBook M.C. Turtle and the Hip Hop Hare ePub
Author: David Vozar
Language: English
ISBN: 0385321570
ISBN13: 978-0385321570
Publisher: Doubleday Books for Young Readers (August 1, 1995)
Pages: 1
Subcategory: Children
Rating: 4.6
Votes: 974
Formats: txt azw lrf lit
ePub file: 1985 kb
Fb2 file: 1529 kb

Turtle and Hip Hop Hare vie for a first-place finish. But there's plenty of time for rhyme along the way!

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Doubleday Book for Young Readers, 1995. Hip Hop Hare challenges . Turtle to a race along the city streets in this rap version of "The Tortoise and the Hare". Brooklyn Children's Fiction.

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A brazen exploitation of rap's popularity. When the rhythms work, raps works, but this updating of the tortoise and hare fable clunks and stumbles along like a square-wheeled flivver. The rhymes are as predictable as the race's outcome: & you animals are no competition.

A brazen exploitation of rap's popularity. There's no way, under any condition,/I can lose a race to anyone running. You know, I'm not joking and I'm not funning

Hip Hop Hare challenges .

Turtle and the hip hop hare. 1 2 3 4 5. Want to Read. Are you sure you want to remove . Turtle and the hip hop hare from your list? . Turtle and the hip hop hare. a nursery rap. by David Vozar. Published 1995 by Doubleday Book for Young Readers in New York, . Fiction, Stories in rhyme, Hares, Turtles.

C. Turtle and the Hip Hop Hare : A Happenin' Rap.

Hip Hop Hare challenges . No current Talk conversations about this book.

ISBN 13: 9780440413943.

In a new rhyming and rhythmical twist to the old classic of The Tortoise and the Hare, these two up-to-date characters race to the finish line with snappy lyrics and a hip-hop beat sure to please any child.
Fountain_tenderness
I love reading these to little children. I have several of them. If you like to read and can do hip hop it will be so much fun for you and the child you read to.
Ffan
Great price & description was accurate
SARAND
M.C. Turtle and the Hip Hop Hare by David Vozar, with illustrations by Betsy Lewin, is a blatant attempt to capitalize on the sucess of hip-hop music by recasting the classic children's tale of the tortoise and the hare in hip-hop language, using aspects of hip-hop culture. This book fails for several reasons.
It fundamentally fails as a children's book because it adds nothing to this classic tale; there's no reason children would enjoy this book over more traditional tellings of the tale. "Hip-hop" kids will be disappointed with the book's awkward, lame rhymes (an example: "Way out in front, the big-ear guy hops. He's getting bored and wants to stop. He's looking 'round for a place to chill. When he spots something and, oh what a thrill."). And children in general will find nothing delightful about either the illustrations or the words. The pictures look like half-completed sketches by a first-time drawing student, and the words are not creative, unique or fun in any way.
It also fails as a "hip-hop children's book," because there are no indications that the author knows anything at all about hip-hop. Not only are the rhymes stilted, but he uses out-of-date slang words like "def" in completely the wrong way, and delivers no sign that he knows anything about the history or current state of either hip-hop music or the culture that goes along with it. I don't get the impression that Vozar and Lewin are trying in any honest way to communicate to kids who love hip-hop on a level that they would understand. Instead, the entire book feels like a marketing technique, like someone decided a "hip-hop children's book" would sell, and went for the big bucks. Apparantly this follows up a commercially successful first attempt at such a book, "Yo, Hungry Wolf!" I don't know what's more depressing, that someone without any obvious knowledge of hip-hop would use it as the basis for a book, or the fact that this lame book and its predecessor have, at least to some extent, succeeded at winning over some children and their parents.
Coiwield
I first fell in love with David Vozar with Yo, Hungry Wolf. Children love David Vozar. I have worked with children for 7 years and I haven't found a child yet who hasn't been entranced by his nursery raps. Children love to rhythm and sing and his books help to encouarge that. As an educational tool these books also teaches those just starting to read what words rhythm and the better grasp a child has on that the more they are going to excel in reading. I feel his books not only provides entertainment but also is an excellent learning tool. You will be able to read this to your child starting from 2-3 years of age through second or third grade where they can then take over reading them themselves. I don't give many books a thumbs up but David Vozar has mine!!!
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