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ISBN:1905236115
Author: Anna Witte
ISBN13: 978-1905236114
Title: The Parrot Tico Tango
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Language: English
Category: Growing Up and Facts of Life
Publisher: Barefoot Books (August 5, 2005)
Pages: 24

The Parrot Tico Tango by Anna Witte



Parrot Tico Tango is a mischievous parrot who always wants what others have, so he can't resist stealing the delicious looking fruit of his rainforest friends. But Tico Tango learns his lesson when greed finally gets the better of him and he takes on more than he can carry. His companions forgive him - but only on the condition that he dance the tango for them! Get A Copy.

The book the Parrot Tico Tango was very fun to read. Tico Tango thought that everything looked good so he stole a bunch of food from his friends in the forest. Eventually Tico Tango couldn't fit anymore food in his mouth and pop, out came all of the food in his beak. All of his friends than took the fruit that he had stole and cleaned it and chopped it into a big bowl to eat. Tico Tango was sad and wanted to some of the fruit that his friends were eating. Tico Tango wasn't going to get that food back very easily so his friends made him dance as a consequence for stealing there food.

The Parrot Tico Tango Hardcover – September 1, 2004. by Anna Witte (Author). Kindergarten-Grade 3 - Young readers will immediately be drawn to this book by the vivid, colorful illustrations created from fabrics, paints, ink, and paper. Combining elements of a trickster tale and a cumulative story, the rhyming narrative describes how Tico Tango makes his way through the rainforest, snatching a yellow lemon, a purple fig, a red cherry, and other vibrantly colored goodies from his animal friends.

Parrot Tico Tango is a mischievous parrot who always wants what others have, so he can't resist stealing the delicious looking fruit of his rainforest friends.

Cook with Books this month features The Parrot Tico Tango by Anna Witte. We read the colorful story about Tico Tango who flies through the rainforest snatching bright, yummy fruits from his friends. The book lends itself to great discussion about asking for things and asking for forgiveness. After reading the book, we started on our Fruit Tree Snack. If your child is able, he can help wash and prepare the fruit by chopping it into small pieces. For each fruit tree, you will need

Parrot Tico Tango is a mischievous parrot who always wants what others have, so he can't resist stealing the delicious looking fruit of his rainforest friends. His companions forgive him - but only on the condition that he dance the tango for them!" Users who liked this book, also liked.

The Parrot Tico Tango ~~ Anna Witte. The Parrot Tico Tango. Come down to the rainforest to meet Tico Tango and his animal friends. Tico Tango wants all of the fruit in the forest, even though it belongs to other animals. Will he learn what s right and wrong? The rhyming text teaches colors and animals, as well as an important lesson about sharing.

Tico Tango is a parrot who travels through the jungle, arrogantly stealing all types of fruit from the other animals merely because he can. As his journey progresses, he swipes different types of food, adding his most recently stolen goods to what he is already carrying. Tico’s greediness becomes his downfall. When he simply cannot handle any more fruit, he drops everything he has gathered, leaving a virtual feast for the animals who were the victims of his crimes. The book is a simple one and, if nothing else, children will enjoy this book for the sheer repetition of the types of fruit Tico Tango takes on his crime spree. The bonus here is that the story may be the springboard for a conversation about the benefits of sharing, forgiving, and playing nice with others-behaviors we can always afford to incorporate into our daily lives.

Tico Tango wants all of the fruit in the forest, even though it belongs to other animals. Will he learn what's right and wrong? The rhyming text teaches colors and animals, as well as an important lesson about sharing. Explore classroom activities, puzzles, teacher resources and enrichment pdfs for this. Written and Illustrated by Anna Witte.

Parrot Tico Tango is a mischievous parrot who always wants what others have, so he can t resist stealing the delicious looking fruit of his rainforest friends. But Tico Tango learns his lesson when greed finally gets the better of him and he takes on more than he can carry. His companions forgive him but only on the condition that he dance the tango for them!
Reviews: 7
Mojind
The bright and vivid colors of Anne Witte’s children’s book The Parrot Tico Tango display perfectly the naughty antics of the macaw who goes about the jungle stealing food from the other animals. With rhymes to help children master new words, Witte offers exotic fruit and animal names with fun sounds and complex patterns. What’s even better is Tico Tango the naughty parrot teaches kids a good lesson about being greedy: You can lose everything if you steal from your jungle friends! In the end, Tico Tango’s friends exemplify a forgiving spirit, which leads to a celebration of healthy foods that all friends share when Tico Tango works for his supper. Witte has cleverly packed a number of good messages into this 24-page story of a naughty parrot who has good taste.
Not only did I enjoy the book from a parrot owner’s point of view, my 6-year-old niece loved the book. She called from Grandma’s house to tell me so with the CD playing in the background.
Gann
The best series of Book. Barefoot publication is highly recommended. My 3 years old daughter loves them.
Fearlessrunner
I read thus front pre-k class and they love it! It was for when we were studying Costa Rica but still 2 months later they are still asking about Tico Tango! We read it at least 2 times a week and they never get tired of it!
Kulalas
as advertised
Zovaithug
My son loved the book, has a CD, lots of fun.
Drelalak
I'm originally from Costa Rica and long ago was looking for a good book for my daughter that will have some of the Costa Rican flavor. Well, we found a fun story that rimes and is fun for her to read and dance at the end. Love it and definetely must have. We now give it at every birthday party. It has become our little Costa Rican treasure.
Ceroelyu
My kids love it! It also comes with a CD.
This was the favorite of the kids at my job