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When Tukama is captured by a two-headed giant and held prisoner by the giant"s wife, he uses his flute to escape.
|Statement||retold by Phillis Gershator ; paintings by Synthia Saint James.|
|Contributions||Saint James, Synthia, ill.|
|LC Classifications||PZ8.1.G353 Tu 1994|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||1 v. (unpaged) ;|
|ISBN 10||0531068110, 0531086615|
|LC Control Number||93002253|
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Tukama tootles the flute: a tale Tukama tootles the flute book the Antilles. [Phillis Gershator; Synthia Saint James] -- When Tukama is captured by a two-headed giant and held prisoner by the giant's wife, he uses his flute to escape.
From St. Thomas, a cautionary tale about a heedless boy who narrowly escapes being eaten by a two-headed giant when he beguiles the giant's wife with his music. The story will need introducing, since neither title nor jacket painting hint of the drama within; it's a wonderful read- or tell-aloud, with colloquial dialogue, lots of repetition, and a satisfying symmetry in the way Tukama is lured.
From the book jacket: Tukama, he’s a wild one. Instead of helping his grandmother carry the coal, fetch water, or dig potatoes, he’s off climbing up and down the. The Hardcover of the Tukama Tootles the Flute: A Tale from the Antilles by Phyllis Gershator, Synthia Saint James | at Barnes & Noble.
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Using a somewhat more formal approach than that found in Tukama Tootles the Flute (see review above), Gershator here retells a Yoruba folktale about a ``man-spirit'' who inhabits the iroko tree.
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Add this simple story about Haiti to the growing list of high- quality picture books set in the Caribbean (see also Tukama Tootles the Flute by Phillis Gershator, p. The team that produced Galimoto () depicts Sasifi, who is finally old enough to help her mother carry baskets of oranges to market and is rewarded with the luxury of a.
Despite some appealing views of Caribbean customs, poor pacing and clumsy transitions mar Gershator's (Tukama Tootles the Flute) latest effort.
A boy named Soto spends nine long months watching his banana tree grow and waiting for it to produce sweet fig bananas ("When the bananas gettin' yellow?" he asks his mother).Author: Phillis Gershator. Using a somewhat more formal approach than that found in Tukama Tootles the Flute (see review above), Gershator here retells a Yoruba folktale about a "man-spirit" who inhabits the iroko tree.
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Along with 11 full band arrangements, this best seller also includes rhythm and rest exercises, chorales, scale exercises and much more. Synthia Saint James (born Febru ) is an American visual artist, author, keynote speaker, and educator who is best known for the original cover art of the hardcover edition of Terry McMillan's book Waiting to Exhale and for designing the first Kwanzaa stamp for the United States Postal Service, which was first issued in She also designed the Kwanzaa Forever : Febru (age 70), Los Angeles, California.
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Using a somewhat more formal approach than that found in Tukama Tootles the Flute (see review above), Gershator here retells a Yoruba folktale about a ``man-spirit'' who inhabits the iroko tree. He is both fearsome (anyone who looked at him face-to-face ``went mad and died'') and capable of working great : Phillis Gershator.
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