Giant Peach Yodel



➽ [Reading] ➿ Giant Peach Yodel By Jan Peck ➲ – E17streets4all.co.uk A great big tale about peach pickin fun Join Tall Papa Tom, Pretty Mama May, Little Buddy Earl, and the rest of the bunch as they head to the Peach Pickin Festival Little Buddy Earl yodels each time t A great big tale about peach pickin fun Join Tall Papa Tom, Pretty Mama May, Little Buddy Earl, and the rest of the bunch Giant Peach MOBI :ò as they head to the Peach Pickin Festival Little Buddy Earl yodels each time they pass a field, but what s the use of that His yodel soon comes in handy when he turns a tiny peach into the largest in the land Complete with a recipe for peach cobbler, this tale about teamwork proves that sometimes the smallest person can be the biggest help.Giant Peach Yodel

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  • Hardcover
  • 32 pages
  • Giant Peach Yodel
  • Jan Peck
  • English
  • 16 August 2017
  • 1589809807

10 thoughts on “Giant Peach Yodel

  1. says:

    Every bit of this luscious book makes my mouth water Peaches are my favorite, and here they are rendered in all their fuzzy glory pages of peaches so perfectly drawn, I can taste their warm, delicious juiciness And the story Oh my, it simply DEMANDS to be read aloud to one child or several Rollicking great fun, built on verbs that are sure to delight The truck rumbled and grumbled and bounced and bumbled They stretched and they craned and they reached and they strained No matter Every bit of this luscious book makes my mouth water Peaches are my favorite, and here they are rendered in all their fuzzy glory pages of peaches so perfectly drawn, I can taste their warm, delicious juiciness And the story Oh my, it simply DEMANDS to be read aloud to one child or several Rollicking great fun, built on verbs that are sure to delight The truck rumbled and grumbled and bounced and bumbled They stretched and they craned and they reached and they strained No matter that no child was around when I first read this book the language demanded that I read it aloud, with verve and spirit and just the right Southern twangy drawl Peck and Root are a marvelous team Each complements the work of the other They ve produced another perfect keeper of a yummy book Don t miss their earlier collaboration, The Giant Carrot

  2. says:

    Title Giant Peach YodelAuthor Jan PeckIllustrator Barry RootGenre non European folktaleTheme s You can do whatever you put your mind to.Opening line sentence One summer day, Tall Papa Tom hopped into his old jalopy and hollered, I m fixin to head out to the Peach Pickin Festival Brief Book Summary This book is about a family going to a peach picking festival They see that all of their peaches are so small, but they yodel to a small peach and it grows and grows They have trouble pi Title Giant Peach YodelAuthor Jan PeckIllustrator Barry RootGenre non European folktaleTheme s You can do whatever you put your mind to.Opening line sentence One summer day, Tall Papa Tom hopped into his old jalopy and hollered, I m fixin to head out to the Peach Pickin Festival Brief Book Summary This book is about a family going to a peach picking festival They see that all of their peaches are so small, but they yodel to a small peach and it grows and grows They have trouble picking the huge peach, but they yodel to it someand it finally comes off the tree.Professional Recommendation Review 1 Kara Dean Peck gives a Russian folktale an American tall tale twist in this humorous picture book Tall Papa Tom and his family set off in their jalopy to attend the Peach Pickin Festival Along the way, Little Buddy Earl yodels continuously When they reach the peach orchard owned by Cranky Uncle Frankie and his family, they are all sorely disappointed to see that the peaches are scrawny At this point, the family learns what the observant reader already knows Little Buddy Earl s yodeling can make fruit grow He yodels One little peach, How do you do I love cobbler And yodel ay dee hoo And the peach becomes massive Eventually, the whole family gets the peach off the tree and heads off triumphantly to the festival The text is full of alliterations and keeps a consistent rhythm throughout, which makes it ideal for reading aloud The fact that a child saves the day has obvious appeal as well The warm illustrations, full of orange and yellow and light, combine with the text to create a feeling of homespun charm.Professional Recommendation Review 2 Midwest Book Review Most peaches are meant to be kept in the palm of one s hand Giant Peach Yodel is a children s picturebook following a young family as they go the Peach Pickin Festival and find that picking a gigantic peach for the festival will prove very difficult Drawing from Russian folklore, Giant Peach Yodel is a strongly recommended addition to any children s picturebook collection, beautifully illustrated by Barry Root.Response to Two Professional Reviews Both of these reviews talk very highly of this book, and I can agree with that The reviewers discuss how the illustrations of the book are very appealing to children, which is definitely true due to the bright colors and big pictures The book is very welcoming to children and keeps them engaged, but also makes them feel highly of themselves The book shows how the little boy is able to do something that none of the adults were able to do this will be sure to boost the self esteem of any young child Evaluation of Literary Elements The illustrations in this book help the reader see the setting and get a better idea of what this Peach Festival looks like All of these illustrations are full of warm colors such as reds and yellows, which will all be very appealing to children The theme of the book shows children that they can do whatever they put their mind to just like Little Buddy Earl yodels to the peach until it comes down The characterization of this family is like a funny, tight knit family from the middle west Consideration of Instructional Application This book can be used in a classroom setting to show children that they can do whatever they put their mind to A lesson that can be used for this book would be to have the children draw their own fruit tree I would give them an outline of a tree and they would be able to make it into any kind of tree they want i.e apple tree This would be a fun activity for young students to do after reading this book

  3. says:

    This folklore book is a great read a loud for 1st grade students The tale is rich in language and lends itself to a lesson on adjectives Using a Bubble Map would work perfectly as a follow up activity to discuss adjectives In this story we follow Little Buddy Earl and his family to the Peach Pickin Festival As the family travels to the festival, we learn that Little Buddy Earl has a special talent Buddy can yodel Not just any yodel, however, his music makes crops grow in size Buddy is abl This folklore book is a great read a loud for 1st grade students The tale is rich in language and lends itself to a lesson on adjectives Using a Bubble Map would work perfectly as a follow up activity to discuss adjectives In this story we follow Little Buddy Earl and his family to the Peach Pickin Festival As the family travels to the festival, we learn that Little Buddy Earl has a special talent Buddy can yodel Not just any yodel, however, his music makes crops grow in size Buddy is able to use his talent to turn these sorry looking peaches into a mighty fine giant peach that turned out to be the talk of the peach festival I selected this book as my WOW book because of the fun we had reading this story The children loved to help with the yodeling parts of the text The book is also very rich in vocabulary and offers many opportunities for discussion For example, what is a jalopy I also loved that the story featured the strength of a small boy The students learned that Little Buddy Earl s simple yodels saved the day for his family

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    Age Preschool 1st gradeOn the way to the Peach Pickin Festival, Little Buddy Earl has a hankerin for yodeling But what s the use of that his family wonders Little do they know that every time he yodels, the crops they pass grow to enormous sizes Can he help out his Cranky Uncle Frankie and Aunt Evelina Josephina s sorry lookin peach tree A very, very fun book just begging to be read aloud with a high falutin Southern accent Unfortunately, the grimy, vague pictures detract from the Age Preschool 1st gradeOn the way to the Peach Pickin Festival, Little Buddy Earl has a hankerin for yodeling But what s the use of that his family wonders Little do they know that every time he yodels, the crops they pass grow to enormous sizes Can he help out his Cranky Uncle Frankie and Aunt Evelina Josephina s sorry lookin peach tree A very, very fun book just begging to be read aloud with a high falutin Southern accent Unfortunately, the grimy, vague pictures detract from the story I was unaware the first time around that the crops were growing every time he yodeled Too bad, cause the story is a fun one

  5. says:

    Giant Peach Yodel by Jan Peck This book is such a fun and colorful book surely to be enjoyed by a young audience I think it does a great job of teaching that everyone has special talents and that no matter how diverse they may be they should always be appreciated This book also teaches children that teamwork is very important With the colorful illustrations and vivid imagery along splendid vocabulary this book will captivate young readers My favorite part of this book is on the last page the Giant Peach Yodel by Jan Peck This book is such a fun and colorful book surely to be enjoyed by a young audience I think it does a great job of teaching that everyone has special talents and that no matter how diverse they may be they should always be appreciated This book also teaches children that teamwork is very important With the colorful illustrations and vivid imagery along splendid vocabulary this book will captivate young readers My favorite part of this book is on the last page the author includes a recipe for peach cobbler and this would be fun for the children to make alongside of their parents

  6. says:

    Giant peach yodel is a great book that goes great for the summer, fall seasons since peaches are growing at the time My favorite part of this folktale is on the last page there is a recipe of peach cobbler As a teacher we can read this book and send the recipe home for kids to make with their parents or we can treat them some peach cobbler and surprise them with where the recipe is Other then that the book has simple words for kids to understand and get a good feeling of the old country life Giant peach yodel is a great book that goes great for the summer, fall seasons since peaches are growing at the time My favorite part of this folktale is on the last page there is a recipe of peach cobbler As a teacher we can read this book and send the recipe home for kids to make with their parents or we can treat them some peach cobbler and surprise them with where the recipe is Other then that the book has simple words for kids to understand and get a good feeling of the old country life The illustrations are beautiful it gives description to the main objects of that page The moral of this story could mean never judge a human on their size, age, etc

  7. says:

    A sort of retelling of The Giant Turnip A young boy yodels at the surrounding countryside as his family travels to a Peach Pickin Festival Everyone thinks it s neat but what use is it When they get to the orchard to pick a peach for the festival the family is quite disappointed in the available peaches Then the young boy yodels to the peach and it grows and grows and grows But then the adults can t get the giant peach off the tree until the young boy yodel s it down What a useful talent A A sort of retelling of The Giant Turnip A young boy yodels at the surrounding countryside as his family travels to a Peach Pickin Festival Everyone thinks it s neat but what use is it When they get to the orchard to pick a peach for the festival the family is quite disappointed in the available peaches Then the young boy yodels to the peach and it grows and grows and grows But then the adults can t get the giant peach off the tree until the young boy yodel s it down What a useful talent A bit slow for storytime Recommended for precocious children who can focus

  8. says:

    I used this for Y in my prek class My kids loved it and getting to have a role in the reading as I assigned the yodeling to them.

  9. says:

    Can t wait to read this one aloud

  10. says:

    This book would be a lot of fun as a read aloud The repetition of a funny sounding refrain would be just what students love to join in on.

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