Jacques and de Beanstalk

Jacques and de Beanstalk I don know fo sure if dat story is true But down where de Cajuns live on de bayou When dey tell dem stories dey shore like to talkAbout dat boy Jacques and his magic beanstalk You know the classic s
  • Title: Jacques and de Beanstalk
  • Author: Mike Artell Jim Harris
  • ISBN: 9780803728165
  • Page: 236
  • Format: Hardcover
  • I don know fo sure if dat story is true, But down where de Cajuns live on de bayou,When dey tell dem stories, dey shore like to talkAbout dat boy Jacques and his magic beanstalk.You know the classic story of Jack and the Beanstalk, but you ve never heard it like this before Told in Cajun dialect with a distinct bayou flair, this book is perfect for reading aloud ThereI don know fo sure if dat story is true, But down where de Cajuns live on de bayou,When dey tell dem stories, dey shore like to talkAbout dat boy Jacques and his magic beanstalk.You know the classic story of Jack and the Beanstalk, but you ve never heard it like this before Told in Cajun dialect with a distinct bayou flair, this book is perfect for reading aloud There is even a glossary and pronunciation guide to help The creators of Petite Rouge which Publishers Weekly called a sassy, spicy outing once again deliver a hilarious twist on a well known fairy tale.
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    1. Mike Artell is a multi award winning author, illustrator, musician and professional speaker Mike has hosted his own television show and has created cartoons for many national publications and greeting card companies Mike s first children s books were published in 1990 and since then, he has written and or illustrated than 40 books Many of Mike s books have won awards Most recently, his book PETITE ROUGE A CAJUN RED RIDING HOOD was named 2009 Read Aloud Book of the Year by the National Association of Elementary School Principals.Over the years, Mike has shared his techniques for thinking, writing and drawing creatively with hundreds of thousands of students and teachers at schools in the U.S Europe and Asia Mike also stays busy as a platform speaker addressing many education, healthcare and association groups Mike lives in Covington, Louisiana with his wife Susan, a retired science teacher and middle school librarian They have two grown daughters and 5 grandchildren.

    2. Link to Reviews booksinprint.leob.uI agree with Horn Book Guide that Jacques and De Beanstalk makes for an entertaining read aloud It is a very fun book to listen to and read The dialect it is written in and the pictures make it a fun book If you are going to use it for a read aloud, read the beginning glossary and hints on how to read it It has the same storyline as Jack in the Beanstalk, only it takes place in the bayou.

    3. This one isn t as good as Petite Rouge and The Three Cajun Pigs Yes, it still has the dialect and good rhythm and rhyme, but it just isn t as funny or interesting I guess I was expecting Ol Claude, the alligator, to show up somewhere It also skips half the story since Jack visits the giant s house 3 times in the original story and only once in this one.

    4. A Cajun Jack the Beanstalk Instead of smelling a boy or man, the giant smells cayenne and knows there s a Cajun around.And Jacques doesn t steal the hen, he rescues her The hen becomes MaMA s favorite pet spoiled rotten and laying plenty of golden eggs.

    5. Fantastic read aloud.I don t think this is as strong as Petite Rouge or Three Little Cajun Pigs, but it s still a fun retelling I love that Cajuns smell of cayenne to the giant.

    6. SummaryI don know fo sure if dat story is true,But down where de Cajuns live on de bayou,When dey tell dem stories, dey shore like to talkAbout dat boy Jacques and his magic beanstalk.You know the classic story of Jack and the Beanstalk, but you ve never heard it like this before Told in Cajun dialect with a distinct bayou flair, this book is perfect for reading aloud There is even a glossary and pronunciation guide to help The creators of Petite Rouge which Publishers Weekly called a sassy, spi [...]

    7. This book was rather interesting The story line is very similar to the original Jack and the Beanstalk tale, but the author did a very good job of putting a Cajun twist on it It was well done in the manner that the dialect was consistent, however I found myself struggling through it I ve read books where the dialect was consuming, such as Adventures of Huckleberry Finn, but for a picture book it was a little startling The rhyme was appealing, seeing as it was a children s picture book, but I don [...]

    8. DO YOU SPEAK FRENCH MAIS OUI Just don t ask me to read this out loud Hilarious book and I kept correcting myself with all those De s and Dem s Wonderful illustrations that helped the story along I liked the French Bayou word choice and rhyme that gave the story a nice rhyme and french quarter flavor You will have to do your research before you read to students Words there that I simply did not know Get your french dictionary together and have a laugh and a giggle Amusez vous bien

    9. So, it s a Cajun version of Jack and the Beanstalk, which mostly is just a language style change, not much of a plot change And while it is entertaining for my children to hear my thick Wisconsin accent attempt the Cajun accent, it s not as fun for me to read aloud all the Cajun differences in speaking are written into the text, making it easier to read aloud I.e fo sho is for sure , etc I did appreciate the condensing of the tale, tho I always hated all the times Jack goes back to the castle fo [...]

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