“Publishers Weekly” The book is a triumph of storytelling and art. “New York Times Book Review” Told in the familiar Seeger style, with brief musical phrases of. Abiyoyo has ratings and reviews. Ronyell said: I actually first heard about this book when I watched an episode on “Reading Rainbow” that discu. Abiyoyo got kind of a raw deal in the original book, which was very loosely based on a South African lullabye. He wasn’t really evil, just hungry and not very.

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Challenge your students to create a new and improved Humpty Dumpty that won’t break vook it falls off a wall. In a small group the students listen to the story at the listening center. They saved the village. Goodreads helps you keep track of books you want to read.

Meredith rated it it was amazing Jan 18, Pete Seeger heard this story when he was a child. I love this story and song. As a member of the Weavers, he had a string of hits, including a recording of Leadbelly’s “Goodnight Irene” that topped the charts for 13 weeks in The students write and draw the cause and effect of each problem.

Get ready to batter up and share these out of the ballpark picture books and ideas with your class! Things are not always as they seem. Is Abiyoyo a folktale? The school year would not be abyoyo without having my students experience the Baiyoyo African folktale, Abiyoyoby Pete Seeger.


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Paperback48 pages. Refresh and try again. Jessica rated it really liked it Feb 08, The child started playing his ukelele and Abiyoyo started to dance. Meredith rated it it was amazing Sep 11, Eventually they get driven out of their village because of people fearing their magic.

This story is considered a folktale because it has all the elements of a folktale. Wonderful tale about magic, ecology, and reaching consensus. New York Times Book Review Told in the familiar Seeger style, with brief abyoyo phrases of the one-word song incorporated in the text and printed complete at the end, and with illustrations full of light bokk color, this rendering of a South African tale is a pleasure.

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The 2nd to last it says it on the cover of the book. For my next group, we look to the illustrations and text to help us recognize when the problem presented itself and when we knew there was a clear solution. And sitting right where the dam would be is a bo After Abiyoyo the giant left, the small town he had bothered grew by leaps and bounds. The 3rd and almost last element is that it has supernatural powers. Nov 15, Carola Prida rated it really liked it.

For example it has super natural powers.

This is a good sequel the folktale. Jul 11, Ronyell rated it it was amazing Shelves: They were ostracized from the village.


I introduced a reading project on Friday with my class with the goal to bring forth their favorite book thus far next week into the classroom. I also have the students buddy read portions of the text to each other.

January 26, Book Extension Ideas: This book booj is great for students to read from 3 to 5th grade. The students get storyboards, which are simple dry erase boards labeled Characters, Setting, Beginning, Middle, and End.

Jun 25, Annalee rated it really liked it.

Abiyoyo Returns

But now there are new dangers: Daniel Harrison rated it it was amazing Oct 26, Sign up and get aniyoyo free eBook! Also, scary monster on the horizon. Nicole rated it it was ok Oct 22, The little girl comes up with a plan to bring back Abiyoyo and have him move the bo Title: This story has a motif of trickery and a magical object.

I think that this story is appropriate for Pre-K into early elementary school. I like this one even better than the first, especially because this version features the daughter of the boy, now man, who plays the ukelele and she plays the drums and facilitates the return of the giant as well as the town’s eventual peace-making with the giant.

Paintings depict a traditional multicultural town.