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6 edition of Tio Conejo/Uncle Rabbit found in the catalog.

Tio Conejo/Uncle Rabbit

by Olga Loya

  • 22 Want to read
  • 5 Currently reading

Published by August House .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Latin America,
  • Folklore,
  • Children"s audiobooks,
  • Juvenile Fiction,
  • Children"s Audio - 9-12,
  • Spanish: Grades 2-3,
  • Classics,
  • Fairy Tales & Folklore - Anthologies,
  • Juvenile Fiction / General,
  • Animals - General,
  • Audiobooks

  • The Physical Object
    FormatAudio CD
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL8086162M
    ISBN 100874837685
    ISBN 109780874837681
    OCLC/WorldCa62221672

    Bruxo No. 3 uses Barril agave, which is a type of wild agave that grows in the hills of San Agustin Amatengo. The mezcalero, Tio Conejo (Uncle Rabbit) and his son Candido Reyes, use donkeys to transport the agave back to their distillery where the agave. Description: Alma Flor Ada is a Cuban-American author of children’s books that incorporate the Hispanic/Latino culture into folktales, fantasy, and realistic fiction. Students will learn about making right decisions and being proud of who they are and where they come from. Lessons focus on service toward others on an individual basis, community service, working together, and learning ways to.

      With all this talk of tricking rabbits by spraying coyote-pee, I had entirely forgotten how intimately rabbits are already associated (LIKE COYOTES!!!) with trickery (and probably fences are important too). For example, there is a book *Tio Conejo (Uncle Rabbit) and Other Latin American Trickster Tales*, by Olga Loya. Here is the blurb. Uncle Wiggily's picture book. by. Garis, Howard Roger, ; Campbell, Lansing, ill. Publication date. Howard Roger Garis (Ap – November 6, ) was an American author, best known for a series of books that featured the character of Uncle Wiggily Longears, an engaging elderly rabbit.

    6. A New bilingual Tape Tío Conejo (Uncle Rabbit and other TAPE Latin American Trickster Tales-stories from Momentos Mágicos) CD 7. More Ready to tell tales from Around the World edited by David Holt and Bill Mooney “The Belly Monster” by Olga Loya is part of this series. BOOK 8. The Healing Heart-Communities.   Examples: “Tio Conejo/ Uncle Rabbit and other Latin American Trickster Tales”, Brer Rabbit and Brer Fox stories from the African American tradition. Talk about tricksters in pop culture, like The Roadrunner from Warner Brother’s cartoons.


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In these four stories, told in Spanish and English, the trickster takes the animal form of a Tio Conejo/Uncle Rabbit book, an opossum, a dog, and a rabbit.

Storyteller Olga Loya has selected these stories from her book, Momentos Mágicos/Magic Moments, winner of the Aesop Accolade Award and the Américas Commendation.

Get this from a library. Tío Conejo = Uncle Rabbit. [Olga Loya] -- Latino stories of the trickster are told in many countries and retold to each generation because they instruct, and because they are fun.

In folktales, the trickster can be the wise one or the fool. Rabbit Wishes by Linda Shute. Your students will love the story of tio Conejo (Uncle Rabbit) and his wish that Papa Dios make him bigger.

This African Cuban folktale is one of many tales about tio Conejo. Friends From the Other Side/Amigos Del Otro Lado by Gloria Anzaldúa. Get this from a library. Tío Conejo = Uncle Rabbit. [Olga Loya] -- Presents tales about a trickster who takes the form of various animals-- a monkey, an opossum, a dog, and a rabbit.

Tio Conejo/Uncle Rabbit: And Other Latin American Trickster Tales by Olga Loya. August House, Audio Cassette. Used:Good. Think about the last good book you read. Did it make you feel more connected to others. Maybe it served as a welcome escape. Maybe it helped you rediscover the beauty in life.

Did it surprise you. As an independent bookstore, we strive to offer the same variety and richness of experience as the books on our shelves. And because the only people. Manual Main Page Los Animales by Elida Guardia Bonet Books to Share Los animales / The Animals Picture Word Book by Claudia Zeff.

Rabbit Wishes by Linda Shute. Rana ranita / Froggie Froggette by Hilda Perera. Pinta ratones by Ellen Walsh.

Pollita chiquita / Henny Penny by H. Werner Zimmermann. Rosaura en bicicleta by Daniel Barbot. ¿Quién vive en el árbol. by Jim Channel. In the beginning, according to this bit of African-Cuban folklore, tio Conejo--Uncle Rabbit--had ``short shapely ears.'' How they grew to their current length makes for a merry tale, with Shute's (Cle.

Tio Conejo (Uncle Rabbit) and Other Latin American Trickster Tales. By: Tio Conejo (Uncle Rabbit) and Other Latin American Trickster Tales. By: Olga Loya. Narrated by: Olga Loya. Free with day trial $/month after 30 days. Cancel anytime. Publisher's Summary. In folktales, the trickster can be the wise one or the fool, the one who.

Discover Book Depository's huge selection of Olga Loya books online. Free delivery worldwide on over 20 million titles. The Rascally Rabbit is a rabbit or hare that is mischievous, troublesome or tricksome.

Rabbits and hares have long been depicted as tricksters in worldwide mythology, and this has carried over to modern fiction.

To a certain degree this can be Truth in Television, at least from the point of view of any farmers or gardners trying to keep rabbits and hares from doing damage to their crops. Silly Rabbit, Tricksters Are for Kids is a collection of trickster tales from around the world, including "Brer Rabbit", "Brer Alligator in Trouble", and "Tio Conejo (Uncle Rabbit) and Raven".

Harvey has Harvey the pooka, a large anthropomorphic rabbit who can be seen only by the protagonist, from the play and film bearing his name. When Uncle Rabbit sells his land to other larger animals, he still manages to keep his vegetable garden. A sembrar sopa de vegetales (Growing Vegetable Soup) by Lois Ehlert Harcourt Libros Viajeros A father and child plant a garden and later make vegetable soup from the harvest.

El libro de las palomitas de maíz (The Popcorn Book) by Tomie de. Lapin Plays Possum: Trickster Tales From the Louisiana Bayou - Lapin is a classic trickster rabbit, and is considered by some to be the Cajun equivalent of Brer Rabbit.

Tio Conejo (Uncle Rabbit) And Other Latin American Trickster Tales is an audiobook that includes rabbit trickster tales. Tio Conejo (Venezuela, bilingual) This is the story of B’rer Rabbit’s Mexican cousin, Tio Conejo “Uncle Rabbit.” Although Tio Conejo is smarter than all the other animals, he also is smaller and often picked on by the other, larger animals.

He does not like being smaller so appeals to the great maker in the sky to make him bigger. El Día de los Niños/El Día de los Libros a Celebration of Childhood and Bilingual Literacy Bilingual Programs for Youth of All Ages Suggested activities for Schools, Libraries, Museums, Literacy and Community Organizations The April 30th observance is endorsed by REFORMA, librarians serving Spanish-speaking populations; MANA, a National Latina Organization; NABE, the National.

Tio Conejo: Uncle Rabbit and Other Latin American Trickster Tales avg rating — 0 ratings — published — 2 editions Want to Read saving /5(3). Tio Conejo (Venezuela, bilingual) is the story of B’rer Rabbit’s Mexican cousin, Tio Conejo “Uncle Rabbit.” Although Tio Conejo is smarter than all the other animals, he also is smaller and often picked on by the other, larger animals.

He does not like being smaller so appeals to the great maker in the sky to make him bigger. Tio Conejo is the story of B’rer Rabbit’s Mexican cousin, Tio Conejo “Uncle Rabbit”. Although Tio Conejo is smarter than all the other animals he also is smaller .Tio Conejo: Uncle Rabbit and Other Latin American Trickster Tales by Olga Loya ; 14 Cows for America Carmen by Agra Deedy with Wilson Kimeli Nalyomah ; Beatrice’s Goat by Page McBrier ; Brothers in Hope: The Story of the Lost Boys of Sudan by Mary Williams ; A Gift for Abuelita: Celebrating the Day of the Dead by Nancy Luenen, Robert Chapman.See all Juvenile & Children's - Classics audio books.

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