Orangutanka

About the Author: Margarita Engle

Is a well-known author, some of his books are a fascination for readers like in the Orangutanka book, this is one of the most wanted Margarita Engle author readers around the world.


[Ebook] Orangutanka  By Margarita Engle – Onedayyourdayweddings.co.uk
  • Hardcover
  • 40 pages
  • Orangutanka
  • Margarita Engle
  • 06 December 2017
  • 0805098399

Orangutanka All The Orangutans Are Ready For A Nap In The Sleepy Depths Of The Afternoon All Except One This Little Orangutan Wants To Dance A Hip Hop, Cha Cha Cha Dance Full Of Somersaults And Cartwheels But Who Will Dance With Her Written In Bold Poems In The Tanka Style, An Ancient Japanese Form Of Poetry That Is Often Used As A Travel Diary, This Exuberant Orangutan Celebration From Acclaimed Poet Margarita Engle Will Make Readers Want To Dance, Too

10 thoughts on “Orangutanka

  1. Crystal says:

    This is a great collection of tanka a Japanese poetry form that has an orangutan theme.

  2. Holly says:

    Great play on words and fun with poetry as well as information about orangutans I like the way Engle engages young children with a challenge to do a orangudance at the end.

  3. Alyson (Kid Lit Frenzy) says:

    Love this new book from Margarita Engle.

  4. Erika Cano says:

    This poem book is written in Japanese form consisting of five lines with traditional syllable count of 5, 7, 5, 7, 7 The orangutan facts and activity for the kids at the end of the book is genius This book is about a family of orangutans who live at the zoo The author does an awesome job of conveying emotion, taste, sound, and visual imagery as the orangutans play, eat, and sleep in the trees The author uses descriptive words to describe what is taking place and the illustrator brings it to This poem book is written in Japanese form consisting of five lines with traditional syllable count of 5, 7, 5, 7, 7 The orangutan facts and activity for the kids at the end of the book is genius This book is about a family of orangutans who ...

  5. Kary says:

    Good book to teach tanka poetry

  6. Joy Keil says:

    2yo liked it I didn t like the rhythm of the textdidn t flow well Pictures were fun.

  7. Kaitlyn Craig says:

    I loved the illustrations and poetry throughout It was interactive and engaging through the entire book It could also be used in science to describe what orangutans are and do.

  8. Patti says:

    Written in a series of tanka poems , this book creatively tells the story of an orangutan family living in a zoo as seen by the zoo s visitors Though the poems are short and simple, the author does a beautiful job conveying emotion, smells, taste, feeling and sound as the orangutan family plays in the trees, eats fruit and then takes a nap Sister orangutan alone is not sleepy Engle s words and Kurilla s illustrations work creatively together to show sister s mischievous movements as she swing Written in a series of tanka poems , this book creatively tells the story of an orangutan family living in a zoo as seen by the zoo s visitors Though the poems are short and simple, the author does a beautiful job conveying emotion, smel...

  9. Michelle says:

    Written in a contemporary style of the Japanese tanka form, this simple yet satisfying story of an orangutan family comes alive with vivid language and playful illustrations by Ren e Kurilla Children will enjoy seeing how similar these lovable apes are to humans Teachers and parents will appreciate the opportunity to introduce Orangutan Facts described at the back of the book, not the least of which is their critically endangered status The back matter also includes recommended resources to Written in a contemporary style of the Japanese tanka form, this simple yet satisfying story of an orangutan family comes alive with vivid language and playful illustrations by Ren e Kurilla Children will enjoy seeing how similar these lovable apes are to humans Teachers and parents will appreciate the opportunity to introduce Orangutan Facts described at the back of the book, not the least of which is their critically endangered status The back matter also includes recommended resources to learnabout orangutans.It se...

  10. Kid Lit Reviews says:

    In the early morning, the baby orangutan cuddles with its mama in the trees Mama is still tired but the baby and her sister not so much Big sister takes off, leaping, swinging, flipping, and smiling as she swoops from branch to branch The range foresters put out a banquet of fruit for their orangutan charges and the trees shake with the movement of orangutan to fruit.In the afternoon, the heat rises and the big sister orangutan sneaks off onceOn the forest floor, the orangutan dances In the early morning, the baby orangutan cuddles with its mama in the trees Mama is still tired but the baby and her sister not so much Big sister takes off, leaping, swinging, flipping, and smiling as she swoops from branch to branch The range foresters put out a banquet of fruit for their orangutan charges and the trees shake with the movement of orangutan to fruit.In the afternoon, the heat rises and the big sister orangutan s...