4 edition of Oom razoom, or, Go I know not where, bring back I know not what found in the catalog.
Oom razoom, or, Go I know not where, bring back I know not what
A retelling of an old Russian tale of Alexis the king"s archer, his beautiful and magical wife Olga, and their adventures.
|Other titles||Go I know not where, bring back I know not what|
|Statement||retold by Diane Wolkstein ; illustrated by Dennis McDermott.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||1 v. (unpaged) :|
|ISBN 10||0688094171, 0688094163|
The textual details — especially the three horsemen, one the bright, white day, one the round, red sun, the last the dark, black night — are astonishing, and offer great visual potential. We get an inside view or how the traditional story unfolds with lots of additional, realistic, details. Children can create traditional accessories by using natural found objects, and families can trail along with Urban Park Rangers, who will point out the supposed spot where Peter Minuit, the Dutchman who bought Manhattan, arranged his purchase under a tulip tree which is now gone. Occasionally the digitization process introduces transcription errors or other problems; we are continuing to work to improve these archived versions. Freedman, illus. Lively and anecdotal, Taylor's balanced, non-adversarial study fills an important gap by providing strategies for businesses and employees, as well as for those who find themselves the target of sexual harassment.
The most sophisticated of the illustrators is the already well-known Gennady Spirin, a Ukrainian whose pictures recall the Northern Renaissance bring back I know not what book clarity of light, abundance of detail and enamel-like precision of color. Unfortunately, however, the adaptation by Countess Sybil Schonfeldt here translated by Daniel Reynolds is ineptly compressed, and the story becomes obscure and difficult to follow. Reservations: In her seventh appearance this summer, as part of the storytelling program sponsored by the New York City Department of Parks and Recreation, Ms. Morrow Junior Books.
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You feel you can lose yourself forever in them. In Esther's Story, her rich combination of Biblical text and oral legend illuminates the origin of the feast of Purim Diane Wolkstein is an n folklorist.
I wish I had read the book before I adopted a toddler, but I'm glad I read it soon after or we may have had a much longer struggle with attachment. Other Books You Might Like. Macmillan, The Stonecutter, Pam Newton. Liposky Editor: Xlibris Corporation.
As New York's official storyteller, Wolkstein visited two of the city's parks each weekday, staging hundreds of one-woman storytelling events. Diane Wolkstein is an n folklorist. For example, on site are garbage heaps of thousands of oyster shells, a staple in the Indians' diet.
Ages 5 to 8 is an endearing tale with a typical Russian moral stance: the well-meaning fool is rewarded for his good intentions and his plain, honest speech.
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Wolkstein says this story is part of a collection of Russian fairy tales by Aleksandr Afanasyev. Her mellifluous dialogue or at once naturalistic and rich in captivating language.
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Children are also fond of castanets, which Ms. Russian culture is, traditionally, exuberantly child-oriented and unabashedly kitschy.Dennis McDermott is the author of Oom Razoom, Or, Go I Know Not Where, Bring Back I Know Not What ( avg rating, 19 ratings, 3 reviews, published /5.
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He sends Alexis on a mission to go I Know Not Where and bring back I Know Not What. With the archer gone, the king goes to claim Olga but she changes herself into a blue pigeon and escapes.
Along his way, Alexis encounters an invisible genie, Oom Razoom, who grants his every galisend.com: Diane Wolkstein.``Go I know not where, bring back Ebook know not what''—such ebook the task set Alexis by the king.
who hopes to steal Olga, Alexis's lovely wife, for himself. Olga, however, provides Alexis with some magical items to help him on his impossible quest, then escapes by turning herself back into a blue pigeon, as she was when Alexis first met her.