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Tiger Soup: An Anansi Story from Jamaica (edição 1994)

por Frances Temple (Autor)

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After tricking Tiger into leaving the soup he has been cooking, Anansi the spider eats the soup himself and manages to put the blame on the monkeys.
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Título:Tiger Soup: An Anansi Story from Jamaica
Autores:Frances Temple (Autor)
Informação:Orchard Books (1994), 1 pages
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Avaliação:****
Etiquetas:K-2, Juvenile fiction, Jamaican tale, humor

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Tiger Soup: An Anansi Story from Jamaica por Frances Temple

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I love the sneakiness of Anansi and the humor at the end. Tiger is getting ready to enjoy some soup. Anansi doesn't seem interested in the soup but tricks Tiger into getting far from it so he can eat it up. Then he continues tricking other animals in the forest. I don't think Tiger ever figures out who ate his food. The author uses song words to keep the reader interested. Also, the other uses onomatopoeia to bring the book to life. The illustrations are very tropical and colorful. ( )
  dbourgeois | Nov 19, 2019 |
I didn't really like this book. The pictures were bright and grabbed the readers attention but didn't do much to enhance the story. The text was too wordy on some pages. The story seemed to be unfinished. There was no clear resolution. The antagonist in the story got away with his bad behavior. I'm assuming the message in this story is to be careful who you trust. ( )
  tbarne16 | Mar 3, 2016 |
“Tiger Soup” is a story set in Jamaica when we learn maybe why monkeys like trees and why Tigers may like meat so much. Anansi the Spider, fools Tiger into going swimming so he can eat all of the soup that Tiger was making. After Anansi runs away he tells the monkeys to sing a song that would prove that the monkeys ate the soup. Tiger is furious with the monkeys and scares them by telling them he will eat them since they ate his soup. Before Tiger could get to them the monkeys ran up the tree where the remained safe. The style of the book is not traditional because it is told in a Jamaican dialect. Some of the sayings in the book are “m’friend, How am I gonna get shed of this lazy fellow so I can eat my soup? And not only he tire, he fit to die laughing.” The theme of the book is values because Anansi the Spider blames the monkeys for doing something they did not do. ( )
  tanafernandez | Feb 17, 2016 |
I did not care for this book. The plot is short and does not seem well-developed. The main character is unclear as well as the differentiation between the good and the bad character. The illustrations are nice, but are not always clear and following the story line. Overall, the big message of the story is that Tiger should have shared his soup. ( )
  mzellh1 | Mar 5, 2015 |
Tiger was making his soup, and he was using coconut and nutmeg to make his soup delicious. The monkeys were watching him, and Anansi a spider approaches tiger. Anansi tells tiger that they should swim, but tiger does not know how. Anansi offers to teach Tiger how to swim and Tiger accepts. Tiger enjoys the swimming, but Anansi has other plans for tiger's soup, and Anansi gets out of the water and eats all of tigers soup. Anansi knows that she did a bad thing to tiger, so he hides from tiger and goes to the monkeys. The monkeys are playing, and Anansi suggest that the monkeys should also eat tiger soup. Anansi and the monkeys sing a song about tiger's soup, and go toward his soup. Tiger is looking for Anansi, and he finds him and eats him. The monkeys do not realize that Anansi was eaten, and that tiger plans to eat the monkeys as well. When the monkeys see tiger trying to eat them, the monkeys climb trees and stay safe. The language of the book is a little difficult to understand because the expressions that are used are a little incomplete. The plot is interesting, and the tropical life seems vivid. The book reflects the importance of not doing bad things to other people. ( )
  memaldonado | Feb 28, 2015 |
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