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Epossumondas

by Coleen Salley

  • 300 Want to read
  • 15 Currently reading

Published by Harcourt, Inc. in San Diego .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Fools and jesters -- Folklore.,
  • Folklore.

  • About the Edition

    A retelling of a classic tale in which a well-intentioned young possum continually takes his mother"s instructions much too literally.

    Edition Notes

    Statementwritten by Coleen Salley ; illustrated by Janet Stevens.
    GenreFolklore.
    ContributionsStevens, Janet, ill.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsPZ8.1.S2168 Ep 2002
    The Physical Object
    Pagination1 v. (unpaged) :
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL3938892M
    ISBN 10015216748X
    LC Control Number2001004906

      Epossumondas (Book): Salley, Coleen: A retelling of a classic tale in which a well-intentioned young possum continually takes his mother's instructions much too literally. "Epossumondas was his mama's and his auntie's sweet little patootie. They just loved him to death." But he proves he doesn't have the sense he was born with when he mangles and muddles his Mama's instructions as he carries home daily the items his Auntie gives him&#;crumbling the cake, melting the butter, nearly drowning the puppy, and.

    A native of New Orleans, Louisiana, professional storyteller Coleen Salley was presented the Flicker Tale Children’s Book Award for Epossumondas, her signature variation of an old southern folk tale.. Epossumondas is the joy of his mama and auntie. But, as his mama is fond of saying, he doesn’t have the sense he was born with! Epossumondas is determinedly literal in this humorous picture-book from New Orleans storyteller Coleen Salley, the first of four such stories - subsequent titles include: Why Epossumondas Has No Hair on His Tail, Epossumondas Saves the Day and Epossumondas Plays Possum - to chronicle his (mis)adventures. Continually bringing home presents from his auntie's house, the didelphine hero (or /5(26).

    Epossumondas is the most lovable, most muddleheaded possum south of the Mason-Dixon line. He just might show up with a fist full of crumbs or a soaking wet puppy. Renowned storyteller Salley teams up with Caldecott Honor illustrator Stevens for this hilarious read-aloud. Full color/5(2). Epossumondas (Book) Average Rating. 5 star (0) 4 star (0) 3 star (0) 2 star (1) 1 star (0) Author: Salley, Coleen. Contributors: Stevens, Janet Illustrator. Series: Epossumondas volume 1. Lexile measure: AD: Adult Directed L. Rating: ADL. Status: On Shelf. Cameron Village Regional - Picture Books.


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Continually bringing home presents from his auntie's house, the didelphine hero (or 4/5. Janet Stevens is the author and illustrator of many beloved picture books, including Tops & Bottoms, a Caldecott Honor Book. With her sister and co-author, Susan Stevens Crummel, she created the acclaimed best-sellers The Great Fuzz Frenzy,Help Me, Mr.

Mutt!, The Little Red Pen and more. She is also the illustrator of the Epossumondas books, written by renowned storyteller Coleen Salley/5(71). The Epossumondas book series is excellent and this story is hilarious. They are easy to read and follow and are just the right length.

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Other books by Ms Salley. This is a refreshing retold version of the classic Southern "noodlehead" tale, Epaminondas, written. The Epossumondas book series by Coleen Salley includes books Epossumondas, Epossumondas Plays Possum, Epossumondas Saves the Day, and several more.

See the complete Epossumondas series book list in order, box sets or omnibus editions, and companion titles. Epossumondas is the silliest, most lovable possum south of the Mason-Dixon line.

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Veteran children's lit professor Coleen Salley tells a variation on her signature story, an archetypal noodlehead tale based on the time-honored Southern legend Free shipping over $/5(5).

The old tale of Epaminondas was her trademark story, and Epossumondas is her rendition in print. A native Southerner, she lived in New Orleans, Louisiana. JANET STEVENS is the author-illustrator of many popular and award-winning books for children, including the Caldecott Honor book Tops & : HMH Books.

Epossumondas just might bring you a fist full of crumbs, or a soaking wet puppy, or a scruffy wad of bread — oh, you just wouldn't believe it. Renowned storyteller Coleen Salley and Caldecott Honor illustrator Janet Stevens team up for this outrageous twist on the Southern story of the noodlehead who takes everything "way".

Epossumondas by Coleen Salley; any non-fiction book with a good picture of a possum; yellow hat with red rose; purple sunglasses; illustrations for each item Epposumondas brings home from Auntie's house.

Set Up and Prepare Show the cover of the book, explain what a possum is. Show a picture from a non-fiction book of a real possum. It&#;s Epossumondas's birthday, so Mama's whipping up his favorite biscuits. But she's plumb out of sody sallyraytus. (That's baking soda to all you Yankees.) Everybody knows you can&#;t make big, fluffy biscuits without sody.

One by one, Baby Gator, Auntie, and Mama scoot to Author: Coleen Salley. She adapted this story into the acclaimed picture book Epossumondas, followed by Why Epossumondas Has No Hair on His Tail, Epossumondas Saves the Day, and Epossumondas Plays Possum, all illustrated by Caldecott Honor-winning illustrator Janet Stevens.

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A native of New Orleans, Louisiana, professional storyteller Coleen Salley was presented the Flicker Tale Children's Book Award for Epossumondas, her signature variation of an old southern folk tale. Epossumondas is the joy of his mama and auntie. But, as his mama is fond of saying, he doesn't have the sense he was born with!.

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Epossumondas Written by Coleen Salley and Illustrated by Janet Stevens. Read by Monica Sullivan, librarian at Hammond Eastside Magnet School.