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by Eric A Kimmel

eBook Anansi and the moss-covered rock ePub
Author: Eric A Kimmel
Language: English
ISBN: 0590431641
ISBN13: 978-0590431644
Publisher: Scholastic Inc (1990)
Subcategory: No category
Rating: 4.9
Votes: 312
Formats: docx lit rtf mobi
ePub file: 1286 kb
Fb2 file: 1347 kb

Anansi and the Moss-Cover. has been added to your Cart. Readers who enjoy this book may also enjoy "Anansi and the Magic Stick," which is created by the same author, illustrator pair: Eric A. Kimmel and Janet Stevens.

Anansi and the Moss-Cover. For readers who like an Anansi that is a spider that has a human face, check out Verna Aardema's "Anansi Does the Impossible. This book makes a great addition to the family and, or school library. 2 people found this helpful.

Eric A. Kimmel’s retelling of this ancient folktale is hilarious and charming as Anansi uses a magical rock to get what he. .Shelves: picture-book, children-fiction spider who uses a magic rock to trick other animals an. Kimmel’s retelling of this ancient folktale is hilarious and charming as Anansi uses a magical rock to get what he wants or at least that what he thinks. I thought that the idea of using an unlikely substance such as the moss-covered rock to take advantage of people by knocking them unconscious was ingenious since we usually hear about how people would simply use magic spells to control people. Shelves: picture-book, children-fiction spider who uses a magic rock to trick other animals and get their food.

Eric Kimmel, retold Eric A. Kimmel, Janet Stevens. A classic trickster folktale told with humor and charm, this is a perfect read along book both parents and children will love. When Anansi the Spider finds a strange moss-covered rock in the forest, he uses it to trick all his animal friends. But Little Bush Deer is onto Anansi's scheme, and hatches a plan to beat him at his own game. Based on tales originating in West Africa and familiar in Caribbean culture, the five-book Anansi the Trickster series is full of slapstick humor and mischief.

When Anansi the Spider finds a strange moss-covered rock in the forest, he uses it to trick all his animal friends. Eric A. Kimmel’s imaginative energy combined with Janet Stevens’ expressive illustrations create the perfect silly stories for fun-loving kids. But Little Bush Deer is onto Anansi’s scheme, and hatches a plan to beat him at his own game. About Anansi and the Moss-Covered Rock.

series Live Oak Media eReadalong . the text of the book is read clearly and expressively.

In the first part of Anansi and the Moss-Covered Rock we meet Anansi, a spider who is always playing tricks on his .

In the first part of Anansi and the Moss-Covered Rock we meet Anansi, a spider who is always playing tricks on his friends. The song 'Anansi the Spider' is about Anansi's jokey character and the music activity focuses on identifying ascending and descending notes within the song. Tutorial: Learn the song 'Anansi the Spider'. Episode 1 of the story of 'Anansi and the Moss-Covered Rock'. Sing with the vocal version of 'Anansi the Spider'. Sing with the backing track of 'Anansi the Spider'.

When Anansi the Spider finds a strange moss-covered rock in the forest, he uses it to trick all his animal friends

When Anansi the Spider finds a strange moss-covered rock in the forest, he uses it to trick all his animal friends.

Anansi the Spider uses a strange moss-covered rock in the forest to trick all the other animals, until Little Bush Deer decides he needs to learn a lesson.
Zymbl
I've had, now, three copies of this book. We wore out the first two paper back's and I've finally gotten one in hardback, to read to/with my 5 grandchildren. At one point I looked for more Anansi books and found nothing like this one, sadly. Anansi is a manipulative spider who figures out how to use a bit of magic he discovers to his advantage against an entire village of animals. In the end, a little unassuming bush deer outsmarts him and reverses his manipulation, making things right again.
We all have people in our lives like Anansi. The lesson in this book will come in handy one day, and the kids love the patterning and sound effect in the story. This is one of my favorites, which my children loved and now my grandchildren love as well.
Ungall
My grandson who is not able to read loves this repetitive humorous story, and even acts it out! He is 9 and this story is ageless. A great buy for anyone!
Andriodtargeted
This book includes one of my favorite Anansi tales, and I love how the clever spider is portrayed by the illustrator--as a "real-looking" spider rather than some sort of spider / human hybrid that seems to grace the pages of many children's books. This more "spidery" persona of Anansi makes him appear all the more crafty, sneaky, and greedy--much to the delight of readers.

It's brilliant how the animals maintain a taste of realism while also sporting some recognizable human qualities too--like sitting in porch chairs and rocking chairs! This is a refreshing approach, and the illustrations are so fun! A joy to look at! You just have to laugh at a fainting hippo and a dejected lion.

The story is well told too. We all wait for Anansi to be outwitted by Little Bush Deer after his reign of trickery and food collecting!

Readers who enjoy this book may also enjoy "Anansi and the Magic Stick," which is created by the same author / illustrator pair: Eric A. Kimmel and Janet Stevens. For readers who like an Anansi that is a spider that has a human face, check out Verna Aardema's "Anansi Does the Impossible."

This book makes a great addition to the family and / or school library.
Urtte
I received this book in great condition and it arrived quickly as promised! However, the book itself is only alright. I have another Anansi book, Anansi and the Talking Melon, that I love! It is a fabulous trickster tale. I was hoping to add another great book to my collection. Eric Kimmel fell a little short this time.
Heri
This was a favorite book of mine when I was little. I bought it for my five-year-old son and he loves it. He's learning how to read using this book and he gets so excited when it's time for Anansi or the other animals to have "their moment."
Malogamand
If you need a fresh approach to teach main idea, you need this book. Anansi and Little Bush Deer provide language in their interactions that lend themselves to answering the Main Idea questions: Who, Did What, When Where, Why, and How.
Ionzar
One of my favorite stories of all time. I like to tell the story and then give the book to children to whom I told it. I have bought several copies and will continue to do so. It's a story that practically tells itself.
I remembered this book from when I was a kid. I am enjoying reading it to my son right now. I hope one day he will enjoy reading it on his own. The style writing is very cute and the art work is very well done. I highly recommend this book!
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