Abiyoyo

based on a South African lullaby and folk story
  • 47 Pages
  • 2.74 MB
  • 1127 Downloads
  • English
by
Macmillan, Collier Macmillan , New York, London
Folklore -- South Africa -- Juvenile literature, Lullabies -- Juvenile literature, Magicians -- Folklore -- Juvenile literature, Giants -- Folklore -- Juvenile liter
About the Edition

Banished from the town for making mischief, a little boy and his father are welcomed back when they find a way to make the dreaded giant Abiyoyo disappear.

Statementtext by Pete Seeger ; illustrations by Michael Hays.
GenreJuvenile literature
ContributionsHays, Michael, 1956-
The Physical Object
Pagination[47] p. :
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL23258022M
ISBN 100027814904

Abiyoyo [Pete Seeger, Michael Hays] on writeifyoulivetogetthere.com *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. Outcasts become heroes in this picture book adaptation of a South African lullaby and folk story. No one wants to hear the little boy play his ukelele anymore Clink.

Skip to main content Cited by: Abiyoyo book. The book Abiyoyo was a charming folktale of a man and a boy that were not liked by their town and a scary monster named Abiyoyo.

This book would be good for Abiyoyo book read aloud in 1st grade classes and up. It has a great message of bravery and judgement. It teaches not /5. Abiyoyo by Pete Seeger - Once there was a Abiyoyo book boy who played the ukelele. Wherever he'd go he'd play, Clink, clunk, clonk.

His father was a magician. Wherever Released on: October 01, In this book based on a South African lullaby and folktale, a fearsome giant, Abiyoyo, suddenly appears in a small South African town, causing the people to run Abiyoyo book their lives. Nothing can stop the giant except for the sound of a little boy's ukulele — a sound that enchants the giant, but a sound that up until now none of the boy's fellow.

Jan 01,  · This book is an African folktale about a father who is a magician and his son who plays the ukalaylee.

The are ostracized from their village until they save everyone from the monster Abiyoyo. This is a great book for teaching kids about different cultures /5. Aug 12,  · Abiyoyo Returns [Pete Seeger, Paul DuBois Jacobs, Michael Hays] on writeifyoulivetogetthere.com *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers.

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After Abiyoyo the giant left, the small town he had bothered grew by leaps and bounds. The boy who helped his father make Abiyoyo disappear grew older and became a /5(40).

Abiyoyo by Pete Seeger If you've got any small kids at your home, you might try telling them this story. Abiyoyo, Abiyoyo, Abiyoyo, Abiyoyo. Abiyoyo yo yoyo yo yoyo.

Abiyoyo yo yoyo yo yoyo. Once upon a time, there was a little boy who played the ukulele. He'd go around town Reading to Kids is a grassroots organization dedicated to inspiring underserved children with a love of reading, thereby enriching their lives and opportunities for future success.

Reading to Kids currently works with Gratts, Magnolia, Esperanza, Los Angeles, Politi, White, Alta Loma, and MacArthur Park Elementary Schools (located in Los Angeles, California) to support monthly, school. Abiyoyo. Abiyoyo is the main antagonist of a story-song by Pete Seeger, adapted from a South African folktale.

Biography. Stories say that Abiyoyo is a menacing giant as tall as a house who preys on humans. Nobody believes the tales of this monster, but they tell it anyway. Editions for Abiyoyo: (Paperback published in ), (Paperback published in ), (Hardcover published in ), Cited by: 2.

Examples of activities that can be used while reading Abiyoyo and throughout the day to promote social and emotional development: • Teach children the “Abiyoyo” song so that they can participate in the book reading by singing as the story is read.

As the story progresses. A lttle boy and his magician father lull a hungry giant to sleep and make him disappear. Explore classroom activities, puzzles, teacher resources and enrichment pdfs for this book.

Abiyoyo Returns Book Summary: Based on a South African tale, this story tells what happens when a giant who had been banished from a town by a magician. Folksinger, musician and storyteller Seeger first told this story-song to his children over 20 years ago and has now written it as a book.

It's based on a South African lullaby and folksong, yet it's. Lesson plans for Abiyoyo Book by Pete Seeger based on a South African story Abiyoyo In this YouTube video (), author Pete Seeger talks about and sings the story. Abiyoyo Guided reading lesson plan with vocabulary, pre-reading, and post-reading activities.

Students explore how they might trick a fear of their own into going away. Word processor required for acce. Abiyoyo is a ballad and book based on a South African lullaby and folktale.

Pete Seeger, famous folksinger and social activist, sang a song about Abiyoyo the giant that became a children's classic. The Abiyoyo picture book character came from the imaginations of storyteller Pete Seeger and artist Michael Hays. Pete loves how when you tell a story with only words and gestures, the imagination of each person listening can make their own pictures.

This way Abiyoyo looks different to each person. Abiyoyo was an African folktale, adapted by folk singer Pete Seeger as a bedtime story for his children, and later used in his concerts. The story is brilliant in its gripping simplicity, perfectly suited to capture the attention of small children and spark their writeifyoulivetogetthere.com by: 2.

Outcasts become heroes in this picture book adaptation of a South African lullaby and folk writeifyoulivetogetthere.com one wants to hear the little boy play his ukelele anymore Clink, clunk, clonk.

And no one wants to watch his father make things disappear Zoop. Zoop. Until the day the fearsome giant Abiyoyo suddenly appears in town, and all the townspeople run for their lives and the lives of their children!4/5(12). The Abiyoyo book linked previously is a bit d. Rhythum sticks made from dowels to go with Abiyoyo story Well, you asked for it, and I am pleased to announce that we will now have a regular craft column every Friday fortnight on KidStyleFile.

The wonderful Cassi. In this book based on a South African lullaby and folktale, a fearsome giant, Abiyoyo, suddenly appears in a small South African town, causing the people to run for their lives. Nothing can stop the giant except for the sound of a little boy's ukulele — a sound that enchants the giant, but a sound that up until now none of the boy's fellow townspeople could stand to hear.

In this book based on a South African lullaby and folktale, a fearsome giant, Abiyoyo, suddenly appears in a small South African town, causing the people to run for their lives.

Nothing can stop the giant except for the sound of a little boy's ukulele - a sound that enchants the giant, but a sound that up until now none of the boy's fellow townspeople could stand to hear.

Abiyoyo is a South African lullaby put into written words by folk singer Pete Seeger. Use Abiyoyo lessons and Abiyoyo lesson printables to present this story, learn about shadows, do some role playing, sequencing activities and more.

Abiyoyo Book and CD [Hardcover] (Author) Pete Seeger, Michael Hays: Lexile: Abiyoyo by Pete Seeger. Tell children that you will read a book about a giant named Abiyoyo. Ask children if they have ever read a book about a giant.

Explain that giants are very big and strong and sometimes very mean. Assure children that giants are just make-believe characters and not real people.

Say, Stand up and show me how big you think a giant might be. 1 Lesson Extensions and Activities for Abiyoyo Age Range: 4 - 8 years Reading Is Fundamental Google Voyager Folktales Unit Book Description Once upon a time, a young musician and his magician father lived in a South African town where their music.

"Abiyoyo" is Episode 10 in Season 4. It originally aired on July 4, The episode begins with a clip of Lionel Richie's music video, "All Night Long". LeVar, who is in the show's studio today, welcomes the viewers by telling the story about a street party getting together.

Music videos have. A boy and his father are banished because the father, a magician, has a mischievous habit of making things vanish.

But when the monster Abiyoyo appears, devouring such large items as cows, the boy plays a song (Abiyoyo) on his ukelele to make the monster dance; then the father makes Abiyoyo disappear and all is forgiven.

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Jan 14,  · Encourage the children to join in with you singing Abiyoyo, Abiyoyo. Become more vibrant, loud, and bouncy until you finally stop abruptly to end the story. Literacy/Book Knowledge and Appreciation; shows growing interest and involvement in listening to and discussing a variety of fiction, non-fiction, and poetry.

After Reading the Story. Pete Seeger (May 3, - January 27, ) was an American folk singer, political activist and author, and a key figure in the midth century American folk music writeifyoulivetogetthere.com is particularly loved as the author (or co-author) of the songs Where Have All the Flowers Gone, If I Had a Hammer, and Turn, Turn, writeifyoulivetogetthere.com of his brothers is Mike Seeger; Peggy Seeger is his half-sister.

Apr 25,  · ABIYOYO BOOK PDF - "Publishers Weekly" The book is a triumph of storytelling and art. "New York Times Book Review" Told in the familiar Seeger style, with brief musical.

ABIYOYO BOOK PDF - "Publishers Weekly" The book is a triumph of storytelling and art.

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"New York Times Book Review" Told in the familiar Seeger style, with brief musical. If you are a preschool teacher and use the Creative Curriculum by Teaching Strategies Gold, this product was made for you!

The Book Discussion Card Supplement for Abiyoyo, comes right from the Teaching Guide, so you maintain fidelity to the program and make learning fun.With LeVar Burton, Darryl McDaniels, Jason Mizell, Pete Seeger. In one of the rare times Reading Rainbow uses a studio set, LeVar tells about storytelling through music.

The then-new art of music videos is first up, with clips of "Who's Johnny" (among others). Pete Seeger appears on the set to perform his version of Abiyoyo. Pete explains that he adapted an old African folk tale, about a boy.This book is an African folktale about a father who is a magician and his son who plays the ukalaylee.

The are ostracized from their village until they save everyone from the monster Abiyoyo. This is a great book for teaching kids about different cultures or teaching them about accepting people's differences/5(11).