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by Keiko Kasza
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    Keiko Kasza
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Ms. Kasza admires many great picture-book creators, such as Leo Lionni and Maurice Sendak, but says that the work of Arnold Lobel has influenced her the most.

Ms. The subtle humor and warmth he created in his books continues to inspire me," she says. I often go back to his work when I get discouraged or lose confidence. Ms. Kasza compares the process of making a book to acting on stage under the lights: "I become the character that I'm working on at that moment. I pretend that I'm a bird looking for a mother, or a pig trying to impress his girlfriend.

Intro and techniques. The Wolf's Chicken Stew by Keiko Kasza. A wolf with a craving for chicken stew sees a chicken and is about to grab her when he decides that there would be more stew if the chicken were fatter. Summary of the Story. He makes pancakes, doughnuts, and cake, and leaves them at the chicken's front door. One night he peeks through the keyhole of her front door. Mrs. Chicken opens the door, and Mr. Wolf sees her and her many baby chicks. They thank him for all the wonderful treats

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Keiko Kasza was born on a small Japanese island in the Inland Sea of Japan

Keiko Kasza was born on a small Japanese island in the Inland Sea of Japan. She grew up in a typical Japanese extended family with her parents, two brothers, and grandparents. Uncles, aunts, and cousins also lived nearby.

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Former Library books. Shows some signs of wear, and may have some markings on the inside. 100% Money Back Guarantee. Показать все 3 объявления с подержанными товарами. Продавец: (142826) 99,4% положительных отзывов Связаться с продавцом. The best part of the story is the wolf's mischievous air as he trails the prim chicken in the beginning and then delivers stacks of pancakes, donuts, and a hundred-pound cake to her door. Bulletin, Center for Children's Books. Full-color illustrations.

A hungry wolf's attempts to fatten a chicken for his stewpot have unexpected results. Other Books You Might Like. Related Book Resources.

Houghton Mifflin Soar to Success: Rd Wolf'S Chicken Stew Lv 3 WOLF'S CHICKEN STEW (Read Soar to Success 1999). Keiko Kasza's other similar book, Lucky Day, is also funny but my son did not find it as enjoyable simply it didn't have that same likable main character. Published by Thriftbooks. The students enjoy how the author always makes the prey in her books smarter than the hunters. Easy and Fun. com User, 19 years ago.

The wolf loves to eat more than anything in the world and one day he has a terrible craving for chicken stew  .

In an effort to fatten up Mrs. Chicken for his delicious stew, Wolf unwittingly makes some new friends. "The wolf is an endearing critter whose expressions run the gamut from sly to shy to downright lovable. A good option for story hours".--Booklist. Winner of the Kentucky Bluegrass Award. An ALA Notable Children's Book. Full color.

This book was presented at a class I took when renewing my teaching certificate as an Elementary Education major, and I've used it every year since, with kids in grades 1 through 4!! All my classmates and I simply fell in love with it! The pictures are charming and the story is sweet and cute. There's a little bit of "guess-ability" from page to page, so when I've read it in circle time or to the entire class I can maintain excitement and interest from page to page by being dramatic & keeping the children wondering what will happen next. I've used the book with 3rd and 4th graders as a writing prompt by halting the story in the middle and having the students write their own individual endings. Students can also act out the story and do "readers theater" type activities, with weaker children joining in by chanting the repetitive parts.
Or, you can simply read the book to your own child, or class, or yourself, and enjoy this pleasant and kind story. Heck...it also could be turned into a math/cooking activity at the conclusion. I won't tell you why because it would spoil the story. You'll have to read the book to understand why!! ???????? Regardless, I'm sure you'll enjoy this book and be glad to make its acquaintance!
I used to read this book to my kindergarten and 1st graders when I was a school librarian. The children always thought it was funny, and they liked the surprise ending. I thought my granddaughter would enjoy it too, and she did. It's important to make young children enthusiastic readers and book lovers, and choosing books that they enjoy is half the battle!
This is a variation of the typical story where the wolf tries to trick an animal and make it its dinner. Illustrations are beautiful and story is comical and not scary at all for the very young. I enjoyed reading and rereading this to my grandchild!
This is such a fun story. Absolutely delightful for 4, 5, 6, and 7 year olds!
I have read this to first and second graders and they loved it. Spoiler alert:The wolf cooks a chicken sweet food like cookies and cake to fatten her up for his dinner. But when he goes to the door the last night he finds that he has been feeding her chicks too, and they love him for it! He is nice Uncle Wolf! The children don't guess the end and are surprised and delighted by it. A great buy!
My 6 year old granddaughter loves this book and she can read it!
This is a very cute story - I had never heard of this book until I saw it on my library's 50 books to read before kindergarten list. It helps kids understand the concept of 100 and teaches a great lesson about empathy at the same time. It is a regular in our reading rotation. Both kids (pre-K and second grader) love it.
Perfect for comparing/contrasting adventures of characters!