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Literature & Fiction
  • Author:
    Ilene Richard,Tilda Balsley
  • ISBN:
    0761350934
  • ISBN13:
    978-0761350934
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  • Publisher:
    Kar-Ben Pub (January 1, 2011)
  • Pages:
    1 pages
  • Subcategory:
    Literature & Fiction
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Tilda Balsley and illustrator Ilene Richard repeat their earlier success with the Readers' Theater, Let My People G.

Tilda Balsley and illustrator Ilene Richard repeat their earlier success with the Readers' Theater, Let My People Go. This time the story is about Esther who succeeds in convincing the King to stop the evil Haman.

Tilda Balsley, Ilene Richard (Illustrator). Be the first to ask a question about The Queen Who Saved Her People. Lists with This Book. This book is not yet featured on Listopia. As Jewish lives were being threatened, Esther and her uncle Mordechi help to defeat the very evil Haman who put Esther's peo If your little readers are actually little actors, then it's time for you to put them to work. This little tale will educate, stimulate and be a lot of fun for kids. If you want to take your theater production a little further have your kids create their own costumes.

Tilda Balsley; Ilene Richard, illus. Balsley initiated this format in her 2008 Let My People Go, where she was teamed with illustrator Ilene Richard

Tilda Balsley; Ilene Richard, illus. Kar-Ben Publishing, 2011. Author Tilda Balsley gifts the picture book crowd, their teachers, and parents with an inviting look at Purim’s biblical and holiday lore. Her compact tale holds attention through strong, well described characters who are distinct personalities able to shine in the play format, achieved through the smart, but simple, use of color in each character’s dialogue. Balsley initiated this format in her 2008 Let My People Go, where she was teamed with illustrator Ilene Richard. As in their earlier book, here Richard’s illustrations are charming, mobile, active, and flavored with Near Eastern sensibility.

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The Queen Who Saved Her People by Tilda Balsley and Ilene Richard. A very colorful and imaginative take on Purim, it’s about a young spider who wants to join in as Josh and his mother bake hamantaschen and make a costume

The Queen Who Saved Her People by Tilda Balsley and Ilene Richard. This takes the Purim story but infuses humor into it as a way to get kids involved and engaged in Jewish holidays. 4. The Purim Story by Sarah Mazor and Marscheila Christyani. A very colorful and imaginative take on Purim, it’s about a young spider who wants to join in as Josh and his mother bake hamantaschen and make a costume. Will he be able to? 7. Find the Hamantaschen by Rachel Mintz. This is like Where’s Waldo? but with hamantaschen. I’m all about it–because what’s not to love about a book that will keep your kid busy for awhile?

The Queen Who Saved Her People, by Tilda Balsley and Ilene Richard: The captivating illustrations, rhymes and humor of this easy read will grab your little learner’s attention. This children’s book is perfect for kids in kindergarten and the early elementary grades.

The Queen Who Saved Her People, by Tilda Balsley and Ilene Richard: The captivating illustrations, rhymes and humor of this easy read will grab your little learner’s attention. Purim is Coming, by Tracy Newman and Viviana Garofoli: This board book tells the tale of a family, and their dog, as they celebrate the Purim holiday. Preschoolers will enjoy this pick.

Author: Tilda Balsley Illustrator: Ilene Richard The text of this book . Queen Esther saves her people, Rita Golden Gelman ; with illustrations by Frané Lessac.

Author: Tilda Balsley Illustrator: Ilene Richard The text of this book describes the ten plagues leading up to the Israelites' freedom from Egyptian slavery. The color-coded text could easily be adapted as the script for a holiday play. Retells the story of how a beautiful Jewish girl became the Queen of Persia and saved her people from death at the hands of the evil Hamen. This retelling of the Purim story remains faithful to the Book of Esther and is accompanied by gorgeous folk-art-style gouache paintings.

The Queen Who Saved Her People

The Queen Who Saved Her People. The Purim story has never been more fun! This lavishly rhyming tale is a wonderful read-aloud book, and its color-coded dialogue is perfect for Reader's Theater performances. Read on the Scribd mobile app. Download the free Scribd mobile app to read anytime, anywhere. Publisher: Lerner PublishingReleased: Jan 1, 2014ISBN: 9781512496192Format: book. carousel previous carousel next.

Author: Tilda Balsley. Illustrator: Ilene Richard. Customers Who Bought This Book Also Bought. Sammy Spider's First Purim (Paperback). Grades: 3-5. 9780761350934. 9 3/4 x 9 3/4. Full-Color Illustrations. Talia and the Haman-tushies. Not For All the Hamantaschen in Town.

Tilda Balsley and illustrator Ilene Richard repeat their earlier success with the Readers' Theater, Let My People Go.  This time the story is about Esther who succeeds in convincing the King to stop the evil Haman.  Puns and slapstick humor along with the natural suspense of the plot entertain both groups and single readers in this Purim tale, The Queen Who Saved Her People.

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Tilda Balsley tells the Purim story for grades Pre-Kindergarten through Grade Four with impressive efficiency. Its colorful illustrations are delightfully eccentric, and the rhyming text is wickedly clever (e.g., "Bring young ladies sweet and fair, But only when you've fixed their hair, Put perfume here and perfume there, Given them clean underwear, And treated them to free health care."). But the most unique feature of this book is Balsley's choice to print the text in five colors, each assigned to one of the characters, including a narrator. This makes it effortless to transform the story book into a hilarious and cohesive script for a five-character Purimspiel (Purim play). The off-beat diction of "The Queen Who Saved Her People" is endearing to children and adults alike, such as when the King thunders at Haman, "You'll get yours, you crook!", or when Haman's wife orders him to "Build a gallows high", to which Haman responds, "A good idea, my sweetie pie." Embedded within the book's deceptively breezy style lie authentic emotions. This is a cleverly crafted book that truly presents, as Balsley's Esther says, "The whole megillah, what and why."
Fomand
Using the format of a Purim shpiel (comic dramatization or play), Tlida provides an overview of the biblical story of Esther. The short rhythmic verses flow smoothly while maintaining a comic edge. The text is color coded so that it can be used as a reader’s theater script. The black, green, purple, blue, and red fonts correspond to the narrator, King Ahashuerus, Queen Esther, Mordechai and Haman. This color-coding will also make it easier for an adult to change intonations when reading aloud to children. Some of the dialogue is set off in bubbles and the rest is just part of the text. Ilene’s vibrant illustrations add to the understanding of the printed text.
Blackbrand
Great, fun narrative of purim. Follows the Biblical account pretty well with enough detail that it's not too watered down like most children's Jewish stories.I did have a problem though with the quality of the printing of the book. Perhaps it was that the batch that was printed that I got from the stock when I ordered, but three times I had to send back the book for a new one because the pages had smudged Ink on certain pages and the back cover. It's interesting because all of the copies I got on the same Pages smudged. It was either a printing press issue or perhaps inconsistencies and the illustrators graphics. I liked the story very much but was kind of disappointed with the quality of the printers.
Zulurr
I bought this book for my nephews but more specifically for my 4 year old nephew who is in a rhyming phase. I love that this book is so clever at the rhyming! I even enjoy reading it. Another fun feature is that each character, including the narrator, has a color, so you can coordinate a play or just have each child read the words of a particular color. This book is very true to story, more than many other kids books out there. There is a page where Haman is building the gallows, so if you find that you wish to keep that from your kids, you may want to reconsider. Otherwise, you could skip the page entirely, as it doesn't show anything at the end of the book. One final note, I love that Haman's hat was drawn to look like a hamantaschen! All in all, my nephews enjoyed this book and I look forward to using it every year leading up to Purim (and other times, too).
Kearanny
This was great! We had so much fun reading through this and re-enacting the drama as a family! It was told in simple fashion for young children yet held the most significant portions of the story intact. Nice illustrations too! Our grandchildren loved it and we made a fun memory with our costumes as we used this book for our little drama. Highly recommended
Invissibale
What an adorable true story for little girls of today. I love that it teaches being a strong woman for the good is something to aspire to. Hope this little gem of a book gets into a lot of the next generation of girls. Goodness, graciousness, with also sticking up for her and G-d's chosen people!
Daron
I read this instead of Esther...it was awesome! Haman was used plenty of times for the kids to yell and scream and ring the grogers.
We used this for a Purim spiel this year. It was so much fun!! All the cast hammed it up real good with props and the "Seuss" style reading was laugh for the audience!