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by Jim Forest,Len Munnik

Jim Forest, Len Munnik (Illustrator). After leaving the Navy, Jim joined the staff of the Catholic Worker community in Manhattan, working close with the foun Jim Forest is a writer, Orthodox Christian lay theologian, educator, and peace activist. As a young man, Jim served in the .

Jim Forest, Len Munnik (Illustrator). Navy, working with a meteorology unit at the . Weather Bureau headquarters near Washington, . It was during this period that he became a Catholic.


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An old man planted a turnip. The turnip grew to be enormous. Also, the translation loses all the the lyricism of this little tale

An old man planted a turnip. The old man started to pull the turnip out of the ground. He pulled and pulled, but couldn't pull it out. So he called the old woman over. Also, the translation loses all the the lyricism of this little tale.

The Gigantic Turnip" or "The Enormous Turnip" (Russian: Репка) is a Russian folktale. The tale was collected by Aleksandr Afanas'ev is his 1850s Narodnye russkie skazki (tale number 89). It is a progressive story, in which a grandfather plants a turnip, which grows so large that he cannot pull it up himself.

This book companion is full of activities to use with The Enormous Turnip. They are lots of fun and will keep your students engaged in extending the lesson. Combining a very simple script with a few short songs, our Song & Story version of The Enormous Turnip retells this traditional tale in a way that is engaging and manageable for younger children. This combination of ‘song and story’ will enliven learning, both in music & literacy, as well as give younger children a manageable experience of performing a mini-musical. School Singing, Songs for Younger Voices, Early Years Music, Assembly Singing, Teachers, Musicals, Nurseries, Pre-School Songs.

Tale of the Turnip : A Retelling of a Traditional Russian Story by Forest, Jim. £. 3. 4 pre-owned from £. 9. Publisher: HarperCollins.

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This book retells the Russian folk tale of the Enormous (or Giant) Turnip. Grandfather can't pull the turnip up, because it is so big, so he enlists the aid of everyone around. The illustrations contain a bunch of superfluous bunnies standing around with goofy grins. They have nothing to do with the story and I can't see their point at all, except for artificially inflating the cuteness factor. While I like the story well enough, everyone pulling together to accomplish something, I'll look for a more visually appealing version. 2 people found this helpful.

The Tale of the Turnip: A Retelling of a Traditional Russian Story epub download

ISBN13: 978-0551015869

ISBN: 0551015861

Author: Jim Forest,Len Munnik

Category: Literature and Fiction

Subcategory: Contemporary

Publisher: Marshall Pickering (December 31, 1988)

Pages: 25 pages

ePUB size: 1402 kb

FB2 size: 1402 kb

Rating: 4.1

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