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eBook Travelling to Tondo: A Tale of the Nkundo of Zaire ePub

by Verna Aardema,Will Hillenbrand

  • ISBN: 0370318285
  • Category: Literature and Fiction
  • Subcategory: For Children
  • Author: Verna Aardema,Will Hillenbrand
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Bodley Head Children's Books (February 4, 1993)
  • Pages: 32
  • ePub book: 1666 kb
  • Fb2 book: 1730 kb
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  • Rating: 4.6
  • Votes: 573

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Will Hillenbrand Illustrator Author of Children'e books Official site of Will Hillenbrand, award-winning author and illustrator of over 70 children's picture books. A tale of the nkundo of zaire. Illustrated by will hillenbrand.

Will Hillenbrand Illustrator Author of Children'e books Official site of Will Hillenbrand, award-winning author and illustrator of over 70 children's picture books. Knopf, preschool-grade 4. Bowane the civet cat is getting married. Laden with gifts for his bride, he asks his friends - a pigeon, a python and a tortoise - to accompany him to the wedding in Tondo. And so begins an incredible adventure. This a retelling of a traditional African folk tale.

Traveling to Tondo book. Another African folktale by Verna Aardema

Traveling to Tondo book. Will Hillenbrand's lovely illustrations, both in color and in black silhouette, are the perfect complement to the story. Highly recommended to all young folktale enthusiasts, and to those who work with them. Another African folktale by Verna Aardema.

Hillenbrand's muted, stylized illustrations complement Aardema's wry narration of Bowane the civet cat's slow . After all, this is an authentic retelling of a tale of the Nkundo people of Zaire

Hillenbrand's muted, stylized illustrations complement Aardema's wry narration of Bowane the civet cat's slow, slow journey toward his prospective bride. From School Library Journal. After all, this is an authentic retelling of a tale of the Nkundo people of Zaire. Anyway, getting back to the story, Bowane rounds up his friends Embenga, Nguma, and Ulu (a pigeon, python, and tortoise, respectively) and off they go to Tondo where the wedding will be held.

A Folktale from the Nkundo of Zaire . A Folktale from the Nkundo of Zaire, inspired by the book by Verna Aardema. Selected Reading, Traveling to Tondo.

A Folktale from the Nkundo of Zaire, inspired by the book by Verna Aardema Told by Mrs. Doyle's ELL students at East Middle School in Erie, Pennsylvania with. Told by Mrs. Doyle's ELL students at East Middle School in Erie, Pennsylvania with support from artist-in-residence Kelly Armor.

These are the oft repeated, rhythmic sounds of Bowane walking, Embenga flapping, Nguma slithering, and Ulu waddling - the four of them traveling to. .After all, this is an authentic retelling of a tale of the Nkundo people of Zaire

These are the oft repeated, rhythmic sounds of Bowane walking, Embenga flapping, Nguma slithering, and Ulu waddling - the four of them traveling to Tondo. So what's going on here? This is how it all starts: "One day in the town of Tondo, Bowane the civet cat met a beautiful feline he wanted for a wife. And her father agreed to the marriage and set a certain bride price".

On his way to his wedding, with his friends as attendants, a civet cat meets with extraordinary and unexpected delays.

TRAVELING TO TONDO: A Tale of the Nkundo of Zaire. Ages 5 to 8) In an amusing African folk tale, the groomsmen accompanying the civet cat to his wedding - a pigeon, a python and a tortoise - encounter delays en route to the ceremony. The dusty-toned illustrations capture the sly wit of the story. Written and illustrated by David Wisniewski. Lothrop, Lee & Shepard. Ages 6 to 9) An Icelandic folk tale, retold in paper-cut collage, tells how Gorm the Grim cursed the daughter of Anlaf Haraldsson.

a tale of the Nkundo of Zaire. Published 1994 by Alfred Kopf in New York.

Traveling to Tondo : a tale of the Nkundo of Zaire, retold by Verna Aardema ; illustrated by Will Hillenbrand. How the ostrich got its long neck : a tale from the Akamba of Kenya, retold by Verna Aardema ; illustrated by Marcia Brown. The lonely lioness and the Ostrich chicks : a Masai tale, retold by Verna Aardema ; illustrated by Yumi Heo. by: Aardema, Verna. Misoso : once upon a time tales from Africa, retold by Verna Aardema ; illustrated by Reynold Ruffins.