Isabel And The Hungry Coyote / Isabel y el Coyote Hambriento

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Isabel And The Hungry Coyote / Isabel y el Coyote Hambriento

Isabel And The Hungry Coyote Isabel y el Coyote Hambriento A little girl on her way to Grandma s house A basket of goodies A lurking scoundrel Sound familiar Yes but this time the Chihuahua Desert of the American southwest is the setting for a spiced up ret

  • Title: Isabel And The Hungry Coyote / Isabel y el Coyote Hambriento
  • Author: Keith Polette
  • ISBN: 9780972497305
  • Page: 106
  • Format: Hardcover
  • A little girl on her way to Grandma s house A basket of goodies A lurking scoundrel Sound familiar Yes, but this time, the Chihuahua Desert of the American southwest is the setting for a spiced up retelling of the classic Little Red Riding Hood story Spunky Isabel outwits the cunning coyote with self reliance and daring Fiery tamales and chili sauce are the villainA little girl on her way to Grandma s house A basket of goodies A lurking scoundrel Sound familiar Yes, but this time, the Chihuahua Desert of the American southwest is the setting for a spiced up retelling of the classic Little Red Riding Hood story Spunky Isabel outwits the cunning coyote with self reliance and daring Fiery tamales and chili sauce are the villain s downfall.

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    1. Nancy on said:

      This is a book found in the Tumbleweed section of the online library. It is a retelling of the story of Little Red Riding hood. It takes place in the Southwest part of the United States. Little Red has tamales and hot sauce in her basket, that she is taking to grandma's house. I enjoyed this retelling of the fairy tell.

    2. Ellon on said:

      A retelling of Little Red Riding Hood with a Spanish flare. The author made it a little less scary for children by not having the grandmother or little girl being eaten by the coyote and also not killing the coyote in the end. It was cute how Isabel bested the coyote in this version. My kindergarten students had a little trouble remembering details from this story.

    3. Rachael on said:

      A young girl in a red hood takes a walk on her own to go visit her grandmother. With her she has food to bring to her grandmother’s house. As she’s walking up the stream though, she runs into a sly wolf who begins to ask a few too many questions. When she arrives at her grandmothers house she is surprised as to who awaits. This was the classic story of Little Red Riding Hood with a Southwestern twist. The pictures were bordered with figures commonly associated with the desert. Rattlesnakes, [...]

    4. Bernice on said:

      This is a great multicultural book written in English, but integrating Spanish words. It does this is such a clear and understandable way for all readers that may or may not know Spanish. The story takes place in a desert and combines things that may be present in this area. It is lighthearted and humorous in the way Little Red in the story tricks the coyote (instead of wolf). :) I really enjoyed how this story does not stray from the original tale, but smoothly adds in its own character to make [...]

    5. Helen Kumpel on said:

      This book is for: ESOL students, PreK-5Reflection:This fiction book is a spin of “Little Red Riding Hood” set in the Chihuahua Desert of Southwest America. I do not feel this book specifically targets a particular group but rather gives children who speak English an introduction to Spanish words. To Spanish speaking children it gives them a chance to hear a bilingual version of “Little Red Riding Hood” and allows them to grow both their primary and secondary language. Spanish words are i [...]

    6. Melinda Garman on said:

      This fiction book is a spin of “Little Red Riding Hood” set in the Chihuahua Desert of Southwest America. I do not feel this book specifically targets a particular group but rather gives children who speak English an introduction to Spanish words. To Spanish speaking children it gives them a chance to hear a bilingual version of “Little Red Riding Hood” and allows them to grow both their primary and secondary language. Spanish words are introduced slowly and obviously and build through t [...]

    7. Turrean on said:

      A nice variant of the Red Riding Hood tale. But buy the bilingual version--which is what I thought I was buying! I can't believe the publisher thought we needed a whole separate English-only version. The "bilingual" version is still mostly English, but sprinkles a few Spanish terms throughout. Hearing Isabel address the villain as "Señor Coyote," especially given the setting of the story, is far more fun than the flat "Mister Coyote."

    8. Renee on said:

      I loved this book! It Little Red Riding Hood but from a different culture. Its cute and follows the same lines exceptwell you will have to read it. What a great cultural book. I love the book uses English and Spanish, the glossary helps you to know what the words mean and generally you can gather what they are just by reading the story. LOVE!

    9. Ellie Cassidy on said:

      Mrs. Cassidy's first graders loved this story. We liked the details in the illustrations. We also liked how the coyote howled when the little girl dumps her tamales and hot sauce. We think you should read this story especially if you liked Little Red Riding Hood.

    10. Turrean on said:

      A nice variant of the Red Riding Hood tale, featuring a doughty red-clad heroine. If you purchase it, be sure you're getting this nice version with Spanish terms embedded in the text. The publisher has also put out an English-only version, which is nowhere near as much fun.

    11. Zonia on said:

      A Southwestern version of Little Red Riding Hood with Spanish words thrown in.

    12. Renee on said:

      I loved this book! It Little Red Riding Hood but from a different culture. Its cute and follows the same lines exceptwell you will have to read it. What a great cultural book. LOVE!

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