EBOOK Blue Frog


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    EBOOK Blue Frog Dianne de Las Casas ¾ 2 Free read Download ↠ PDF, DOC, TXT, eBook or Kindle ePUB free ¾ Dianne de Las Casas I LOVE chocolate I love that the recipe at the end of the book for Mexican hot cocoa is for the traditional “accidentally vegan” version even though this variation is not my personal favorite Most kids who try it without the suggested variations are likely to be surprised by the flavor The illustrations are deliberately influenced by Mayan and Aztec art They’re cut paper and collage They fit the tale well and I found them i

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    Summary Blue Frog EBOOK Blue Frog This is an AztecMayan myth about how chocolate came to the people Originally it was the food of the Sun God alone but the Wind God found out where the cacao tree was hidden and revealed the secret to the people In fact theobromine the active

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    EBOOK Blue Frog Summary Blue Frog The legend of the blue frog is a traditional Aztec folktale that seeks to explain the origin of chocolate The Sun God loves the flavor of cacao beans so much so that he keeps them hidden from the people of Earth The Wind God felt that the Sun God should share this delicious food so he transformed into a blue frog and croaked and croaked so that the people of Earth would find the cacao beansand today we call

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    EBOOK Blue Frog Summary Blue Frog Title Blue Frog The Legend of ChocolateAuthor Dianne de Las CasasIllustrator Holly Stone BarkerGenre Non European Folktale Picture Book Themes Animals Food Gods Mexico Anthropomorphism Opening linesentence Sun God smiled as he looked at su tesoro his treasure on the banks of the Great PondBrief Book Summary This book is about a greedy Sun God who doesn’t want to share his cacao pods with the people of the Earth Wind

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    EBOOK Blue Frog I think this was an okay book to read I wasn't a huge fan of the paper art It was okay I guess but I've seen better that I like Some of the textures were coolThe story was a little bland simplistic and a bit rough but I t

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    Summary Blue Frog Dianne de Las Casas ¾ 2 Free read EBOOK Blue Frog This is a version of the Aztec fable of how humans got chocolate Moira was taken with this than I was She especially liked the hot chocolate recipe in the back and showed it to everyone who came over for a couple of weeks

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    Dianne de Las Casas ¾ 2 Free read Download ↠ PDF, DOC, TXT, eBook or Kindle ePUB free ¾ Dianne de Las Casas EBOOK Blue Frog Something weird happens in the middle a page is repeated Throws off the whole story I ended up clipping together a bunch of pages to make this work for storytime

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    EBOOK Blue Frog Dianne de Las Casas ¾ 2 Free read Download ↠ PDF, DOC, TXT, eBook or Kindle ePUB free ¾ Dianne de Las Casas Good story; very colorful stylized paper collage artwork

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    EBOOK Blue Frog Love love love the illustrations and thank goodness the secret food of the gods was discovered;

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  • Hardcover
  • 32
  • Blue Frog
  • Dianne de Las Casas
  • English
  • 15 January 2020
  • 9781455614592

Summary Blue Frog

Dianne de Las Casas ¾ 2 Free read Download ↠ PDF, DOC, TXT, eBook or Kindle ePUB free ¾ Dianne de Las Casas Summary × Blue Frog 102 O find the secret cacao beans through song A recipe for hot chocolate and a sprinkling of Spanish words and phrases enhance this intricately illustrated foodie fab. Love love love the illustrations and thank goodness the secret food of the gods was discovered Poppy Pym and the Smugglers Secret Poppy Pym #3 cacao beans through song A recipe for hot Retribution Knights of the Board Room #45 chocolate and a sprinkling of Spanish words and phrases enhance this intricately illustrated foodie fab. Love love love the illustrations and thank goodness the secret food of the gods was discovered

Download ↠ PDF, DOC, TXT, eBook or Kindle ePUB free ¾ Dianne de Las CasasBlue Frog

Dianne de Las Casas ¾ 2 Free read Download ↠ PDF, DOC, TXT, eBook or Kindle ePUB free ¾ Dianne de Las Casas Summary × Blue Frog 102 A long long time ago the Sun God spent his days enjoying a very special secret treat rich dark cacao Unlike the Wind God the Sun God did not want to share this hea. This is an AztecMayan myth about how chocolate came to the people Originally it was the food of the Sun God alone but the Wind God found out where the cacao tree was hidden and revealed the secret to the people In fact theobromine the active ingredient in chocolate translates to food of the gods I can agree with that I just learned that you can get theobromine poisoning by overdosing on chocolate You d have to eat an awful lot though Holly Stone Barker illustrates the story with collages of cut paper in the style of Aztec and Mayan art which I actually don t care for but which is appropriate for the tale Dianne de las Casas includes a recipe for Mexican hot chocolate which includes a dash of chile powder at the back of the book I ve always wanted to try that This would be a great book to accompany a unit on the Aztec or Mayan cultures Recommended

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Dianne de Las Casas ¾ 2 Free read Download ↠ PDF, DOC, TXT, eBook or Kindle ePUB free ¾ Dianne de Las Casas Summary × Blue Frog 102 Venly food with the creatures of the Earth One day the Wind God transformed himself into the Rana Azul or Blue Frog and he taught the children of the Earth where t. Title Blue Frog The Legend of ChocolateAuthor Dianne de Las CasasIllustrator Holly Stone BarkerGenre Non European Folktale Picture Book Themes Animals Food Gods Mexico Anthropomorphism Opening linesentence Sun God smiled as he looked at su tesoro his treasure on the banks of the Great PondBrief Book Summary This book is about a greedy Sun God who doesn t want to share his cacao pods with the people of the Earth Wind God who believes the Earth s people deserve to enjoy the cacao treasure transforms into a blue frog to warn the people of the Sun God s hidden food In the end the people of the Earth discover where Sun God keeps his stash of cacao and end up cultivating and growing cacao trees Professional RecommendationReview 1 School Library JournalPreS Gr 2 The Sun God loves his cacao tree every day he eats the beans out of the pods enjoying the chocolate flavor When the Wind God suggests that he share this treasure with the people of Earth the greedy Sun God refuses The cacao is not meant for humans The Wind God transforms himself into a blue frog and goes off to tell a group of children about the delectable treat the children in turn spread the word about the Sun God s secret delicacy Inspired by Aztec and Mayan art Stone Barker s bright cut paper collage illustrations bring this folktale to life The changing text sizes fonts and colors add to the art and onomatopoeia helps the story flow with imagination Spanish words are sprinkled throughout the text placing the tale solidly in the Mexican culture This is a picture book with a high interest subject and plenty of storytime appeal An author s note and recipe for Mexican hot cocoa are included Lora Van Marel Orland Park Public Library ILProfessional RecommendationReview 2 de Las Casas Dianne Blue Frog The Legend of Chocolate 32 pp Pelican 2011 ISBN 978 1 4556 1459 2 4 K 3 Illustrated by Holly Stone Barker According to Aztec legend when Sun God refuses to share his chocolate Wind God turns himself into a blue frog to tell people the secret of the cocoa bean De Las Casas s retelling is accessible but stilted due to awkwardly incorporated Spanish language phrases repeated in English The cut paper illustrations while unfinished looking have some appeal A recipe for Mexican hot cocoa is appended Response to Two Professional Reviews I specifically loved the School Library Journal s recommendation for mentioning the changing text size fonts and colors throughout this piece I completely agree that the bright colors used on every page brought this story to life I also agree with the Pelican response how the unfinished nature of the illustrations draws readers in Evaluation of Literary Elements The friendly looking characters and vibrant illustrations in this book immediately caught my attention The changing font size and colors throughout this text have a very large impact on this story making certain parts dramatic and prominent The changing layout of each page and the varying size of each illustration truly made this piece very eye catching Consideration of Instructional Application I think this book would be appropriate in a 1st grade 5th grade setting I would definitely use this book as an introduction to a unit focusing on Mayan and Aztec culture It could even be used in a unit about different cultures around the world with its incorporation of Spanish elements sporadically mixed into the text Degrees of Freedom children of the Earth where t. 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