Zebo Nooloo Chinoo: A Caribbean Folk Tale Epub Á

Zebo Nooloo Chinoo: A Caribbean Folk Tale Epub Á
  • Hardcover
  • 31 pages
  • Zebo Nooloo Chinoo: A Caribbean Folk Tale
  • Lynette Comissiong
  • English
  • 20 January 2019
  • 0333954688

Zebo Nooloo Chinoo: A Caribbean Folk Tale➽ [Download] ➺ Zebo Nooloo Chinoo: A Caribbean Folk Tale By Lynette Comissiong ➸ – Essayreview.co.uk Young Isha has to find out the old woman s name but, try as she might, she cannot guess Who can help her and why does she need to know Only a remarkable crab called Solistine knows the secret In this Young Isha has to find out Chinoo: A eBook ↠ the old woman s name but, try as she might, she cannot guess Who can help her and why does she need to know Only a remarkable crab called Solistine knows Zebo Nooloo PDF/EPUB or the secret In this illustrated folk tale, the famous Caribbean crab is changed for ever, and so are the faces of old women.


About the Author: Lynette Comissiong

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10 thoughts on “Zebo Nooloo Chinoo: A Caribbean Folk Tale

  1. says:

    Zebo Nooloo Chino is a Caribbean folk tale about an old lady and a crab I would probably give this book to upper ks1 or lower ks2 as it is a bit scary A crab called Solestine overhears an old scary woman singing about her own name Zebo Nooloo Chino The next day when the crab returns he sees a young girl at the house, she is the old woman s god daughter The old woman tells the girl she cannot have any food until she guesses her name The little girl can t guess the name and goes to bed hungry Zebo Nooloo Chino is a Caribbean folk tale about an old lady and a crab I would probably give this book to upper ks1 or lower ks2 as it is a bit scary A crab called Solestine overhears an old scary woman singing about her own name Zebo Nooloo Chino The next day when the crab returns he sees a young girl at the house, she is the old woman s god daughter The old woman tells the girl she cannot have any food until she guesses her name The little girl can t guess the name and goes to bed hungry, the next day the girl walks around town asking the animals if they know the old woman s name, she is led to Solestine the crab who sings her the song On the way home she forgets the old womans name but then remembers the osng the crab taught her When she gets into the house she asks the woman if her name is Zebo Nooloo Chino, the woman is very angry and grabbed the girl by the hair and demands to know who told her She asks all the animals and is also led to to crab When she finds the crab she hears it singing the old womans song, she whacks him with her stick and he throws sand and dust into her eyes and burrows away She cant get the sand out of her eyes and the little girl runs home.The ending says This is why crabs have cracks in their backs, and old women have wrinkles around their eyes It s a funny ending but the pictures are quite scary the old woman looks very evil The book has lots of little cultural references such as the food the old woman is eating and the kind of animals that live there which is nice for children to explore.Overall a good book

  2. says:

    Zeboo Noloo Chinoo is a Caribbean folktale written by Lynette Comissiong and illustrated by Rachel Parker The book is intended to be read by the primary and intermediate age groups No awards were issued to the author for writing this folktale Zeboo Noloo Chinoo is a folktale about an evil godmother and a little girl, Isha, who needs to tell her godmother her true name in order to receive food For several days, Isha stays hungry as she has to find out the godmother s true name With the help Zeboo Noloo Chinoo is a Caribbean folktale written by Lynette Comissiong and illustrated by Rachel Parker The book is intended to be read by the primary and intermediate age groups No awards were issued to the author for writing this folktale Zeboo Noloo Chinoo is a folktale about an evil godmother and a little girl, Isha, who needs to tell her godmother her true name in order to receive food For several days, Isha stays hungry as she has to find out the godmother s true name With the help of the island animals, Isha obtains the godmother s name When the godmother hears Isha say her name, she becomes enraged and clubs the crab, Solestine, on his back I rated this book as a five Unfortunately, the act of starving children until something is accomplished is realistic in some regions of the world This story gives children the hope to never give up and believe that good always outweighs evil The illustrations are bold colors resembling a lush tropical island atmosphere The animals are universal and identifiable to a child The evil godmother is drawn to look evil, while the little girl, Isha, looks nervous and then eventually happy The illustrations show the characters in different clothing, so the reader knows the story spans over a couple of days Only daytime is illustrated There are pictures on every page, which covers about 85% of each page The detailed pictures have a painted feeling The black text is normal size and located at the top or the bottom of each picture, except for the last page where the two legends are listed in the middle with pictures surrounding the text This artistic approach showcases the legends for the reader Overall, the young girl outwits the godmother by using her resources to find out the godmother s true name, Zeboo Noloo Chinoo This shows Isha s determination and eventually success In addition, the crab character provides the reader with an understanding to assist others in any type of bad situation Don t stand around and watch, but know that a team of friends are better than one person alone in battle A science teacher could use this folktale to introduce the life of a crab In addition, a social studies teacher could use this book to introduce Caribbean life and culture

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