Amazing Book, Nekane, The Lamina The Bear A Tale Of The Basque Pyrenees Toucan Tales By Frank P Araujo This Is Very Good And Becomes The Main Topic To Read, The Readers Are Very Takjup And Always Take Inspiration From The Contents Of The Book Nekane, The Lamina The Bear A Tale Of The Basque Pyrenees Toucan Tales , Essay By Frank P Araujo Is Now On Our Website And You Can Download It By Register What Are You Waiting For Please Read And Make A Refission For You Nekane, the Lamina the Bear by Frank P Araujo published by Rayve Productions Inc Windsor, Ca copyright 1993Awards the book has received The Benjamin Franklin Award by The Publishers Marketing Association Appropriate grade level s This book is appropriate for grades 1st through 4thSummary This book is very similar to red riding hood it goes along a plot of sending a young girl off with olive oil and fish in basket off to her uncle s house Though she is warned about an evil spirt in the forest, which tries to take away the olive oil as it is the spirts favorite treat This book then follows the girl attempting to get past the spirt, which she does in her first encounter then meeting a bear that wants to her The girl however proposes that the bear would prefer her uncle s honey they agree and they continue onto her uncle s house Finally, at her uncle s house the evil spirit is disguised as her uncle the bear gets angry that he is not getting his honey The bear becomes enraged then chases the spirit thinking it is the girl s uncle When they both leaves the uncle finally arrives the young girl and her uncle relax as everything has ended Review This book is a good book for comparisons to books like Red riding hood it has a similar theme as those other books These types of book are great at keeping the students interested in the main events how the story progresses and how it can differ from other books with similar plots This book is a great teaching tool for plot progression understanding as some students may feel that this book is similar to others they have read before Uses in the classroom What other book books is similar to Nekane, the Lamina the Bear by Frank P Araujo similar to red riding hood How does the book differ from red riding hood What are the main scenes in the story Title Nekane, the Lamina the BearAward The Benjamin Franklin AwardAppropriate grade levels 1st grade to 5rd gradeSummary Nekane, a girl from the Pyrenees mountains has to travel to her Uncle Kepa and deliver a basket of fish and olive oil However, her mother warns her that she must be careful while she is travelling On her travels she in counters a hungry bear and has to figure a way to get to her uncles house.Review I would give this book a 4, I think that this book teaches children a good lesson, but I also think that this could be scary to some children when reading this book.Possible in class uses Some possible uses for this book would be to teach children to listen to their parents and another would be to compare this story to the Little Red Riding hood. Nekane, The Lami a and The Bear by Frank P Araujo published by Rayve Productions Inc California copyright 19931 Awards the book has received The Benjamin Franklin Award2 Appropriate grade levels This book is appropriate for Kindergarten to third grade3 Summary A young girl named Nekane must travel through the forest to bring a basket of fish and olive oil to her uncle Her mother warns her of the lami a which will mask itself and try and trick the girl into giving it the basket Nekane has to figure out how to watch out for the lami a and safely bring the basket to her uncle s house.4 Uses in the classroom make your own watercolor unique drawing of the characters Think pair share what popular story does this one sound like
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- Nekane, the Lamina & the Bear: A Tale of the Basque Pyrenees (Toucan Tales)
- Frank P. Araujo
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