Free E–pub [The Great Race] Å Christopher Corr
Verall this charming book will definitely be loved by all kids because of the story and its brightly colored illustrations The Great Race is a cute little story bringing to life the folktale about the creation of the Chinese Zodiac For the longest time there was no way to keep track of the passing time One day the Emperor decided to hold a reat race He invited all the animals to join in The first twelve to cross the river would be The Good and Beautiful God given the honour of having a year named after them I love myths legends and folktales It s neat to see how useful information is encoded into stories This story simply told aloud teaches kids and adults the seuence of the Chinese Zodiac and provides a duel explanation of why the Zodiac consists of these animals and also why cats and rats don tet along The artwork was interesting It s a bit too abstract for me I prefer things to look a little realistic I read this with my cubs though and the younger ones really liked the pictures I m uessing that art is eared towards the younger readersMany tha The Great Race tells the story of how the years in the Chinese calendar ot their names This fun animal story is appealingly illustrated and told with a entle sense of humor Ideal for young children as a read aloud Beautifully presented Absorbing illustrations uintessential tale A bookshelf keeper. K looks like a delectable candy box There is a lesson here about friendship and sharing but the book never feels plodding or pedantic Which may be why the lesson just oes down like the truth'.
Free E–pub The Great Race Å Christopher Corr
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Pictures are ok The story telling is clear but it could have been Thanks to Netgalley for making this book available for an honest review I received a DIGITAL Advance Reader Copy of this book from NetGalley in exchange for an honest review From the publisher Celebrate Chinese New Year and learn how every animal earned its place in the Chinese zodiac by taking part in the Great Race Discover who will come first to win the ultimate prize and find out why the cat will never forgive his friend Rat in this ancient folk that has been passed from eneration to eneration An adorable book that was very entertaining Why are the zodiac years named after animals This book tells the story of the reat race and why which animals come in which order It also sneaks in why cats chase rats The Great Race is a Chinese folklore story about the Chinese Zodiac I remember that we were able to watch a movie about the 12 Chinese animal signs in Disney Channel Asia I can t recall the exact story of each animal in the movie version but I can remember some of them just like about the rat ox dragon snake and pigIn this version by the Frances Lincoln Children s Books Christopher Corr s narrative is detailed I uess Although I m not sure if the story of the other animal signs in this book is similar to the movie or based on the other myth versions Cat will never forgive his friend Rat in this ancient folk tale that has been passed from eneration to eneration Praise for Deep in the Woods the previous title from Christopher Corr ' the boo.
It s the year of the dog 2018 This book has some bright and colorful illustrations that tells the story of the Chinese Zodiac animal order and why cats chase rats Looking at this book I can imagine having a ood time uessing who s next by examining the backgrounds to see what animal is on it s way When the animals arrive they have a brief fun description about their personalities Ashley This is a nice rendition of the traditional Chinese zodiac story with bright images and text suitable for EYFS and KS1 It would make a ood class or assembly read aloud and you could easily plan in writingdrawing activities that ties into the RE or PSHE curriculum too Certainly one I ll be looking at as a very strong candidate to buy for school Lovely illustrations accompany this folktale of how the Chinese Zodiac animals were chosen I have heard this story before And the conclusion of the story is that cats didn t make it into the Chinese zodiac and that s why they hate rats who did make it in Funny thing is that in the Vietnamese Zodiac the cat did make it instead of the rabbit And although we refer to this time of year as Chinese New Year remember that the Lunor New Year is celebrated by many Asian cultures So be clear if this book is being used in a class room that there are variations on this story as well as the zodiac itselfThe. Celebrate Chinese New Year and learn how every animal earned its place in the Chinese zodiac by taking part in the Great Race Discover who will come first to win the ultimate prize and find out why.