Little Girl loves peas and has rows and rows of them in her garden.
Title: Pickin' Peas Author: Margaret Read MacDonald Illustrator: Pat Cummings Publisher: August House Published .
Little Girl loves peas and has rows and rows of them in her garden. Pickin' Peas would make a great read-aloud book for summer storytimes, especially if kids can get some hands-on experience picking peas themselves in a school, home, or library garden. Note: I received a digital galley of this book through NetGalley.
Folklorist, author, storyteller Margaret Read MacDonald tells her picture book, 'PICKIN PEAS (August House Publishers), a folktale from Alabama illustrated by Pat Cummings. Автовоспроизведение Если функция включена, то следующий ролик начнет воспроизводиться автоматически.
Margaret Read MacDonald (born January 21, 1940) is an American storyteller, folklorist, and prolific author of children's books. She has performed internationally as a storyteller, and is considered a "master storyteller" and the "grand dame of storytelling".
A perfect read-aloud, this story brims with rhythm and energy. This down-home retelling of a southern folktale features a spirited little girl and the rascally rabbit who eats her carefully grown and tended peas. Little Girl becomes fed up with the rabbit’s appetite for her prized pods, so she captures him, but he’s too clever to be held for long.
Other Books Illustrated by Pat Cummings. I Need a Lunch Box (written by Jeannette Caines). Just Us Women (written by Jeannette Caines). Pickin' Peas (retold by Margaret Read MacDonald). C Is for City (written by Nikki Grimes).
With a nod to Brer Rabbit, Pickin Peas is adapted from two folktales collected in Alabama and Virginia. The lively storytelling voice of award-winning author Margaret Read MacDonald, combined with Pat Cummings' bright, bold contemporary illustrations, makes this timeless battle-of-wits an instant classic. A clever, singing rabbit eats his way through the pea patch until Little Girl snatches him up and he is soon singing a new tune as he plans his escape. With a nod to Brer Rabbit, Pickin Peas is adapted from two folktales collected in Alabama and Virginia.
Margaret Read MacDonald; Pat Cummings. Margaret Read MacDonald; Suparporn Vathanaprida; Yvonne LeBrun Davis. There is a problem adding to cart. Product - Pickin' Peas. Margaret Read MacDonald; Tim Coffey.
Margaret Read MacDonald (born January 21, 1940) is an American storyteller, folklorist, and author of children’s books. Raised in a rural Southern Indiana community near the Muscatatuck River, daughter of Murray Read and Mildred Amick Read. Her family was active in the North Vernon Methodist Church.