Beverley Naidoo Piet Grobler
Who is King?: And other tales from Africa
June 26, 2019 Comments.. 329
Who is King And other tales from Africa A Children s Africana Book Awards Best Book All kinds of animals are featured in these ten sparkling stories from all over Africa by an award winning author and illustrator Find out what happens

  • Title: Who is King?: And other tales from Africa
  • Author: Beverley Naidoo Piet Grobler
  • ISBN: 9781847805140
  • Page: 500
  • Format: Hardcover
  • A Children s Africana Book Awards Best Book 2016All kinds of animals are featured in these ten sparkling stories from all over Africa, by an award winning author and illustrator Find out what happens to Lion when he challenges Elephant and discovers who is the real king of the savannah laugh along with Tortoise as he bewitches the animals in Tiger s work party with his iA Children s Africana Book Awards Best Book 2016All kinds of animals are featured in these ten sparkling stories from all over Africa, by an award winning author and illustrator Find out what happens to Lion when he challenges Elephant and discovers who is the real king of the savannah laugh along with Tortoise as he bewitches the animals in Tiger s work party with his irresistible music find out why Hippo has no hair, how Elephant got his trunk, and why Cockerel crows Then read about the woman who had a mouse child The stories are drawn from the rich folklore of Ethiopia, Ghana, Nigeria, Tanzania, Malawi, Lesotho, Zimbabwe and South Africa, and are perfectly matched by Piet Grobler s wonderful illustrations.

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    1. Edward Sullivan says:

      A fun collection of African folktales for younger readers, engagingly written with lively illustrations.

    2. Carrie Speranza says:

      Categories/Genres: Traditional Literature, Picturebook, Folk talesEstimate of age level of interest: Grades K-3Estimate of reading level: Grade Level Equivalent- 5.0Brief description: How did the elephant get his trunk? Why does a hippo have no hair? This collection of tales from around Africa gives answers to these questions and more in this entertaining and beautifully illustrated book.Identify at least 2 characteristics of this genre and subgenre and discuss how they appear in your book: 1) I [...]

    3. Nancy Hensley says:

      This was an amazing modern read that will someday turn into a classic! This is of a true story-telling mode that brings many parts of Africa together with the adventures of two young girls and an array of jungle friends. Some are mischievous and some of ornery, but all in all, the rich array of stories make for a nice bedtime story, a great book for the classroom and even a better book for a pediatricians office – truly! I think one of my favorite tales in when the Hippo was burned by fire so [...]

    4. Barbara says:

      Through this collection of ten folktales from various countries in Africa, readers learn lessons and discover the origin of certain practices. The book was originally published in the United Kingdom and features handsome and colorful ink, pen, pencil, and watercolor illustrations that fit the stories very well. There is not a weak story in this collection, but my particular favorites include "Who Is King?" because of its reminder about who really is in charge and "Why Cockerel Crows" because it [...]

    5. Joni says:

      Very good stories from Africa. If I were an elementary school teacher I would have this book in my class to read to the students and discuss the moral of each story.

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