The Singing Sack

A & C Black

Item No. 803996
Alt. Part # 07136 58053
UPC Code 9780713658057
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The Singing Sack 28 song stories from around the world Compiled by Helen EastPaperback (spiral bound) and CD Ages 5 - 11 80 pagesThe songs are an integral part of the story (part of the text will be given, and then the song where the song comes in, etc.). Most songs are in the original language
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The Singing Sack 28 song stories from around the world Compiled by Helen EastPaperback (spiral bound) and CD Ages 5 - 11 80 pagesThe songs are an integral part of the story (part of the text will be given, and then the song where the song comes in, etc.). Most songs are in the original language (occasionally a singable English version is included). Easy to dramatize; singable songs. Illustration techniques used in the book are described for children to try.Background notes, participation ideas, pronunciation, and translations are also included. Get the book and the CD together in this set! Contents: Gluskabi &; the Wind Eagle (Abenaki, North America) The Finger Lock (Scotland) Spider the Drummer (Sierra Leone) Quilla Bung (North America) Nyangara the Python (Shona, Zimbabwe) The Lonely Mermaid (Scotland) Momo-taro-san (Japan) Bhambhutia (Gujarat, India) Did the Rum Do (Ireland) The Night Troll (Iceland) Why the Grass Never Stops Growing (Uganda) Kibungo (Brazil) The Strange Visitor (England) The Raja's Secret (Gujarat, India) Colin's Cattle (Scotland) The Lion on the Path (Shona, Zimbabwe) Toad &; Donkey (Jamaica) All Skin &; Bone (England) Little Cock Featherfrock (Russia) The Little Bird &; the Raja (Uttar Pradesh, India) Bouki Dances the Kokioko (Haiti) The Blind Beggar (Italy) Mr. Hawk &; Mother Hen (Ghana) The Boy Who Lived With the Bears (Iroquois, North America) The Singing Sack (Andalucia, Spain) Sambalele (Brazil) Annancy Puss &; Ratta (Jamaica) A Tale for Our Time (Helen East)
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