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by Nina Khashchina

eBook The Cat with No Name (Storycard Theater) (English and Russian Edition) download ISBN: 0974816132
Author: Nina Khashchina
Publisher: Leaf Moon Arts (February 28, 2008)
Language: English Russian
ePub: 1470 kb
Fb2: 1766 kb
Rating: 4.6
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Category: Children's Books
Subcategory: Fairy Tales Folk Tales and Myths

Start by marking The Cat With No Name (Storycard Theater) . This classic Russian folktale has parallels in Japanese and Indian folklore as well

Start by marking The Cat With No Name (Storycard Theater) as Want to Read: Want to Read savin. ant to Read. The Cat With No Name. This classic Russian folktale has parallels in Japanese and Indian folklore as well. An adoring old couple concocts increasingly silly names for its kitten before stumbling on the perfect one. Nina Khashchina's playful watercolor paintings delight audiences young and old, and the interactive text keeps kids guessing up till the final card. Simple, short sentences are ideal This classic Russian folktale has parallels in Japanese and Indian folklore as well.

It is a study of the psychology of guilt, often paired in analysis with Poe's "The Tell-Tale Heart". In both, a murderer carefully conceals his crime and believes himself unassailable, but eventually breaks down and reveals himself, impelled by a nagging reminder of his guilt.

Storycard Theater dramas are printed on 12 sturdy, 13" x 9-5/8" cards. They're small enough to hold comfortably, yet large enough to showcase the colorful artwork. The back of each card features clear, kid-tested text and a smaller version of the image the audience is seeing. These storycards are ideal for classrooms, birthday parties, daycare centers, family gatherings, and for students learning English. In fact, many children enjoy performing them for each other, or inventing their own stories based on the artwork.

Spread the word about books. Nina Khashchina's playful watercolor paintings delight audiences young and old, and the interactive text keeps kids guessing up till the final card More. 1/23/2009 David Battino said: This is the fourth book in our Storycard Theater series of kamishibai (Japanese paper theater) dramas for children.

This is the only cat theatre in the world. The Theatre takes special pride in its multicoloured crystal stained-glass windows, hence its second name, the Crystal Castle. What makes this theatre unique is the fact that cats cannot be trained. Coming to shows in advance in highly recommended. This way, you can also visit the Cat Museum. The Theatre offers some 20 shows involving 200 animals of 38 breeds. All shows are in Russian.

Select Format: Cards. ISBN13:9780974816135. Release Date:January 2008. Publisher:Leaf Moon Arts.

1 v. (Includes index to the serial under its later titles) Topics: Drama, Theater. Internet Archive Books.

This classic Russian folktale has parallels in Japanese and Indian folklore as well. An adoring old couple concocts increasingly silly names for its kitten before stumbling on the perfect one. Nina Khashchina's playful watercolor paintings delight audiences young and old, and the interactive text keeps kids guessing up till the final card. Simple, short sentences are ideal for audiences as young as 2 years old. 8 cards (16 pages); bilingual English/Russian
Comments: (2)
kinder
My grandniece loved it!
Kison
If you hail from Russia or its neighbor, chances are you familiar with this classic folk story: an elderly couple is debating the perfect name for their kitten - a friend so beloved that even forces of nature pale in comparison to its virtues.

Speaking of virtues, this rendition has two good ones: (1) eight beautiful watercolors painted with charming Russian accent, and (2) a colorful bilingual text that gives kids a taste of Slavic speech - which may or may not be particularly educational, but a three and a five-year-old find it silly-funny.

Good thing the storycards are sturdy: kids are asking for this one over and over.