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by Holly Meade,Phillis Gershator
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She is the author of 12 books for children.
She is the author of 12 books for children. From Publishers Weekly: With their soft edges and tropical colors, Meade's ( This Is the Hat ) torn-paper collages are a joyous accompaniment to this tall tale from the Caribbean. As Gershator explains in a prefatory note, "is an old-time Virgin Islands way of talking nonsense.
A Caribbean Story, is written by Phillis Gershator, who . Rata pata scata fata A Caribbean Story By: Phillis Gershator ISBN: 0-316-30470-0, 1994.
A Caribbean Story, is written by Phillis Gershator, who is not originally from St. Thomas, USVI (where the story takes place) but has resided there for many years, tells the story of a young boy who uses magic to get his chores done. The book falls under the genre of children's fiction. The illustrations in this book are created by Holly Meade, she captures the story in a very simplistic fashion. The entire book probably doesn’t feature more than ten different colors.
by Phillis Gershator. Helping his mother is no fun for Junjun, so instead of doing as she asks, he utters the magic word. By chance, Junjun's wish comes true, which confirms his belief in magic. His magic word helps him get all of his chores done.
Junjun tries out silly magical phrases to see it any will get his chores done for him, in a colorful tale based on an old West Indian nonsense phrase and featuring bold, torn-paper collage illustrations. By the author of This Is the Hat. Jr Lib Guild.
Rata Pata Scata Fata book. 0316304700 (ISBN13: 9780316304702). If anything, the illustration in the book being so simple, it helps the children focus the plot of the story.
by. Phillis Gershator. Caribbean Area - Fiction. Little, Brown and Co. Collection. inlibrary; printdisabled; ; ctlibrary; china; americana. Books for People with Print Disabilities. Internet Archive Books. Delaware County District Library (Ohio).
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A Caribbean Story, illustrated by Holly Meade, Little, Brown (Boston, MA), 1994. Phillis Gershator is the author of award-winning picture books that are often grounded in the folkloric traditions of such places as the Caribbean and Africa. Reteller) Tukama Tootles the Flute: A Tale from the Antilles, illustrated by Synthia St. James, Orchard Books (New York, NY), 1994. Her works range from original tales, as in : A Caribbean Story and Sky Sweeper, to retellings of folk tales and songs, as in Tukama Tootles the Flute: A Tale from the Antilles and This Is the Day!, the latter an adaptation of a century-old popular song.
by Phillis Gershator and Holly Meade. Our Original Resources 3. Audio Name Pronunciation with Phillis Gershator. Created by TeachingBooks. 3 Total Resources 1 Awards View Text Complexity Submit Text Complexity. Name Pronunciation with Phillis Gershator. Story Map Customizable Lesson.
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