|Author:||Kozo Shimizu,Jennifer Bartoli|
|Title:||The Story of the Grateful Crane: A Japanese Folktale|
|Format:||doc lit lrf azw|
|ePUB size:||1220 kb|
|FB2 size:||1478 kb|
|DJVU size:||1731 kb|
|Publisher:||Albert Whitman & Co (June 1, 1977)|
Retells the story of a crane who, when rescued from a trap by an old childless couple, repays their kindness in a magical way. Associated-names Shimizu, Kozo, 1925-. Camera Sony Alpha-A6300 (Control). Collection set printdisabled. Identifier-ark ark:/13960/t9g527s9n. Books for People with Print Disabilities. Internet Archive Books. Uploaded by station25. cebu on March 15, 2019. SIMILAR ITEMS (based on metadata).
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Jennifer Bartoli Kozo Shimizu. Retells the story of a crane who, when rescued from a trap by an old childless couple, repays their kindness in a magical way. keywords.
The Story of the Grateful Crane (illustrated by Kozo Shimizu). Chicago: Albert Whitman, 1972. The Crane Wife (illustrated by Gennady Spirin). The Stonecutter, a Japanese Folktale (adapted and illustrated by Gerald McDermott). New York: Viking Press, 1975. Assemble the drawings and their accompanying story portions into a class book or mural. 4. Or have the children act out a Japanese folktale for creative dramatics. Day 2. 1. Any part of this lesson can be used to compare folktales and relate them to art.
Published 1977 by A. Whitman in Chicago. Classifications. E. Library of Congress. B313 St. The Physical Object. p. : Number of pages. Prefer the physical book? Check nearby libraries with: WorldCat.
Folktale-a story that is retold through generations Moral-a principle or standard with regard to right and wrong conduct (JAPANESE FOLKTALESGrade ts Protagoni. Some Japanese art works include traditional folktale subjects in them. Japanese folktales help us learn about Japanese traditions, history, and customs, just as American folktales tell us about American history. Japanese and American folktales have many similar characters, such as dragons, ghosts, and trickster animals; plots with magical things; and themes such as the prevailing of kindness and the punishment of evil. The Story of the Grateful Crane (illustrated by Kozo Shimizu).