Baby Rattlesnake (KINDLE)

  • Hardcover
  • 30
  • Baby Rattlesnake
  • Te Ata
  • English
  • 20 June 2020
  • 9780892390496

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READ & DOWNLOAD Baby Rattlesnake Te Ata Û 1 DOWNLOAD DOWNLOAD Ã Baby Rattlesnake S parents give him a new rattle Sure enough he misuses his new rattle When he tries to scare the chief's daughter she s. Of course my rating for this book is biased I remember my Great Aunt TeAta sharing many a Native American tale and when I read this book I hear it in her voice The illustrations in this book are wonderfully colorful My kids and I laugh at Prairie Dog s illustrated reaction to Baby Rattlesnake This book is a great way to share the American Native gift of storytelling with your child Religion and Violence Philosophical Perspectives from Kant to Derrida kids and I laugh at Prairie Dog s illustrated reaction to Baby Rattlesnake This book is a great way to share the American Native gift of storytelling with your child

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READ & DOWNLOAD Baby Rattlesnake Te Ata Û 1 DOWNLOAD DOWNLOAD Ã Baby Rattlesnake Baby Rattlesnake wants a rattle like his older siblings have His crying keeps the rattlesnake elders up all night so hi. Baby Rattlesnake longs for a rattle in this retelling of a Native American folktale refusing to be comforted by the assurances of his parents his siblings and the Rattlesnake People that he will grow into one Finally fed up with his constant crying his people give him what he wants but his irresponsible use of the rattle leads to disasterBased upon an oral telling of this tale done by Chickesaw actress and storyteller Te Ata Lynn Moroney s adaptation is a cautionary tale about the dangers of possessing abilities for which one is not ready The illustrations by Mira Reisberg are colorful and rather cartoon like A brief but entertaining little book perfect for young readers with an interest in Native American folklore although I do wish that the specific origin of the tale had been discussed should I assume it is Chickesaw because Ata was Transforming Students keeps the rattlesnake elders up all night so hi. Baby Rattlesnake longs for a rattle in this retelling of a Native American folktale refusing to be comforted by the assurances of his parents his siblings and the Rattlesnake People that he will grow into one Finally fed up with his constant crying his people give him what he wants but his irresponsible use of the rattle leads to disasterBased upon an oral telling of this tale done by Chickesaw actress and storyteller Te Ata Lynn Moroney s adaptation is a cautionary tale about the dangers of possessing abilities for which one is not ready The illustrations by Mira Reisberg are colorful and rather cartoon like A brief but entertaining little book perfect for young readers with an interest in Native American folklore although I do wish that the specific origin of the tale had been discussed should I assume it is Chickesaw because Ata was

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READ & DOWNLOAD Baby Rattlesnake Te Ata Û 1 DOWNLOAD DOWNLOAD Ã Baby Rattlesnake Teps on his rattle and crushes it Sad and defeated he returns to his forgiving family who give him big rattlesnake hugs. I like reading Native American tales but this one fell flat for me It was probably my least favoriteThis is about Baby Rattlesnake who cries because he s too young to have a rattle like his parents brother and sister The council of rattlesnakes get together and because they re so tired of hearing him cry they decide to give him a rattleI know this is a kid s tale and not realistic but I wondered how his parents just gave him a rattle He was too young to have one so I thought they d give him a fake rattle but this looked like a real rattle all the other rattlesnakes had He uses his rattle to scare animals and his family warns him not to misuse his rattle like that He asks how he can recognize a chief s daughter because he wants to scare one and runs offor slithers off before his parents can warn him not toI found the mention of the chiefs daughter to be random All of a sudden baby rattlesnake up and asks how to tell a chiefs daughter so he can scare her I didn t know they knew who people were especially a chief or their familyHe scares the chief s daughter and she ends up stepping on his rattle breaking it He runs home making his family think he hurt his rattle on accident when that s not what happened So he tricks them basically and then gets coddled for itI got to the end of the book and saw it was the last page and I said WHAT I kept flipping back and forth thinking this couldn t be the last page How did he learn a lesson It didn t show what lesson he had learned He ran home and got coddled by his family and then it just ended No saying he wouldn t scare animals or people with his rattle any Nothing Baby Rattlesnake was annoying throughout the whole story right up to the end I felt he never really learned his lesson and was never redeemed in my eyes There s some info on the original author Te Ata the author of this book and the illustrator at the end Te Ata means Bearer of the Morning and she was a famous Chickasaw storyteller from Oklahoma Born in 1897 she shared stories in the US and Europe for over 65 years even performed at the White House during the Roosevelt administration This story was one of Te Ata s favorite talesTe after seeing this book s author Lynn Moroney share her own stories finally gave her permission to write her own version of this story This story wasn t that great if I m being honest I wondered what the original tale was like Perhaps it s betterIt s not a lesson if you don t acknowledge that you ve learned a lesson agree you won t do something any This did make rattlesnakes look cute with their different colors patterns not the scary creatures they are in real lifeNot as good as most Native American tales can be The Spanish translations threw me off because I was sure this was a Native American tale While good for people to be able to translate it was odd because this wasn t a Hispanic tale It would be cool to have been in Native American dialectAlso wasn t crazy about the illustration style I did think the image of baby rattlesnake when he d been stepped on was funny His eyes were pinwheels with swirls in them to show he was dazed That was humorous looking Other than that I didn t enjoy this 月下夢幻譚神無夜話 4 know this is a How to Fly with Broken Wings kid s tale and not realistic but I wondered how his parents just gave him a rattle He was too young to have one so I thought they d give him a fake rattle but this looked like a real rattle all the other rattlesnakes had He uses his rattle to scare animals and his family warns him not to misuse his rattle like that He asks how he can recognize a chief s daughter because he wants to scare one and runs offor slithers off before his parents can warn him not toI found the mention of the chiefs daughter to be random All of a sudden baby rattlesnake up and asks how to tell a chiefs daughter so he can scare her I didn t Swimming to the Moon know they Stir It Up knew who people were especially a chief or their familyHe scares the chief s daughter and she ends up stepping on his rattle breaking it He runs home making his family think he hurt his rattle on accident when that s not what happened So he tricks them basically and then gets coddled for itI got to the end of the book and saw it was the last page and I said WHAT I The Cambridge Handbook of Social Problems kept flipping back and forth thinking this couldn t be the last page How did he learn a lesson It didn t show what lesson he had learned He ran home and got coddled by his family and then it just ended No saying he wouldn t scare animals or people with his rattle any Nothing Baby Rattlesnake was annoying throughout the whole story right up to the end I felt he never really learned his lesson and was never redeemed in my eyes There s some info on the original author Te Ata the author of this book and the illustrator at the end Te Ata means Bearer of the Morning and she was a famous Chickasaw storyteller from Oklahoma Born in 1897 she shared stories in the US and Europe for over 65 years even performed at the White House during the Roosevelt administration This story was one of Te Ata s favorite talesTe after seeing this book s author Lynn Moroney share her own stories finally gave her permission to write her own version of this story This story wasn t that great if I m being honest I wondered what the original tale was like Perhaps it s betterIt s not a lesson if you don t acknowledge that you ve learned a lesson agree you won t do something any This did make rattlesnakes look cute with their different colors patterns not the scary creatures they are in real lifeNot as good as most Native American tales can be The Spanish translations threw me off because I was sure this was a Native American tale While good for people to be able to translate it was odd because this wasn t a Hispanic tale It would be cool to have been in Native American dialectAlso wasn t crazy about the illustration style I did think the image of baby rattlesnake when he d been stepped on was funny His eyes were pinwheels with swirls in them to show he was dazed That was humorous looking Other than that I didn t enjoy this