Tell Me a Story, Mama

by Angela Johnson

Publisher: Turtleback Books Distributed by Demco Media

Written in English
Published: Downloads: 235
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Subjects:

  • Family - Parents,
  • People & Places - United States - African-American,
  • Children"s 4-8 - Fiction - General

Edition Notes

ContributionsDavid Soman (Illustrator)
The Physical Object
FormatUnknown Binding
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL9519196M
ISBN 10060628897X
ISBN 109780606288972

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Out of 5 stars Nice Story -- a review of "Tell Me A Story, Mama" Reviewed in the United States on Febru This is a nice story about a mother and daughter and their special conversation time at night/5(7). "Tell Me My Story, Mama" by Deb Lund, with pictures by Hiroe Nakata, is the perfect recognition of every young child's desire to hear stories about themselves told (and retold, and retold!) The story is presented as a dialogue between a little girl and her mother/5.

This book is about a young girl wanting mama to tell her a story, but she is the one telling the story to mama instead. This book would be good for all Tell Me a Story talkative students so they can Tell Me a Story why listening is so important/5. PreS-K. "Tell me the story about when I was inside you, Mama," says an eager little girl as her mother knits.

In watercolor scenes that alternate between past and present, the mother remembers favorite stories, prompted by the girl, who has 5/5(3). Tell Me a Story, Mama.

By David Soman, Angela Johnson. Grades. This vibrantly illustrated picture book teaches the importance of storytelling for the purpose of preserving a family's history and strengthening the bond between parent and Mama tucks her young daughter into bed each night, the little African-American girl.

This is a nice story about a mother and daughter and their special conversation time at night. The little girl begins with a request from her mom to tell her stories from her own childhood, but she knows them so well that she ends up telling her mama about them; only pausing to gain further insight into the way things were, and that she has the stories right/5(3).

Together, a new author and a new illustrator make an outstanding debut. In a bedtime dialogue between a six-or eight-year-old girl and her mother, memorable incidents in their family history are reviewed. The eager, well-loved child asks her mother to recount favorite events, but they are so familiar that she really tells them herself with only occasional comments from Mama: the time.

Tell Me a Story, Mama Written by Angela Johnson Illustrated by David Soman. A young girl and her mother spend time together retelling the daughter’s favorite stories from her mother’s childhood. I appreciate this heartwarming book because time spent telling my kids about my childhood is always time well spent with each other.

Tell Me a Story Mama Angela Johnson, Author, David Soman, Illustrator Scholastic $ (32p) ISBN More By and About This Author. Awaiting the arrival of her sibling, a young toddler is regaled with tales of the story regarding her own birth. Lund's prose neatly captures the natural conversational rhythm between tot and parent.

As the mother reminisces, the child eagerly interjects with comments and questions, reveling in the notion that she too made her mommy's belly so big that her mom had to be pushed up hills. Tell Me a Story, Mama by Angela Johnson and David Soman. An African-American child accustomed to hearing stories about her mama's childhood read more.

An African-American child accustomed to hearing stories about her mama's childhood asks for one at bedtime, knowing full well what the true-life story will be. Get this from a library. Tell me a story, Mama. [Angela Johnson; David Soman] -- A young girl and her mother remember together all the girl's favorite stories about her mother's childhood.

Saskia & Serge - Als Je Zachtjes Zegt Ik Hou Van Jou (Nederland Muziekland) - Duration: Vriendensite Saskia en Se views. PreS-Gr In this touching picture book, a mother and preschool-aged daughter talk together as the child is being prepared for bed.

``Tell me a story, Mama, about when you were little,'' begs the child, and proceeds to tell all the stories herself, her headlong narrative punctuated by maternal commentary--sometimes expansion on the events related; sometimes reassuring answers to 4/5(2).

Tell Me a Story, Mama is an adorable story where a little girl wants her mama to tell her a story but the little girl actually tells the story instead. She tells about her mama’s life and mama just agrees and adds a comment or two.

The pictures show a loving family with good memories. The pictures were sweet and I loved how the little girl 4/5(5). Mama, tell me a story is a collection of twelve short bedtime stories that parents will love reading to their kids over and over again. As each story unfolds, it helps paint a picture and holds the power to unlock your child’s superpower—their imagination!The stories are engaging and revolves around characters that your kids will absolutely love.

As a child gets ready for bed, she implores, "Tell me a story, Mama," then proceeds to tell it herself. Mama adds only to punctuate the girl’s story with maternal wisdom.

This warm story, told in two voices, reflects how children make family stories their own. Tell Me A Story Mama by Johnson, Angela and a great selection of related books, art and collectibles available now at - Tell Me a Story Mama by Johnson, Angela - AbeBooks Passion for books.

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The lack of a steady pay labels the family as a lower economic household. The narrator's mother wants to leave Jack. We find this out in the short story "Don't Tell Me You Don't Know". The narrator quotes, "Some people get raped at eleven by a stepfather their mama half hates but can't afford to leave" (Allison, ).

Tell Me a Story Mama, Little Berry and Mama Bear is a beautifully written, inspiring story that has great appeal to parents and children alike. This story gently teaches important values and features lovely characters that are described in a captivating way.

Gorgeous book for young children and families to read together. The book appealed to me because I know the power of stories and storytelling. I have always been a lover of stories, books, and the oral tradition. I had the privilege of knowing the award-winning storyteller, J.J. Reneaux, before a battle with cancer ended her life at the age of She further inspired me to listen to and tell stories.

About Tell Me A Story Mama - A mother and a preschool-aged daughter talk together as the child is being prepared for bed Mama's childhood memories, The site is updated daily with information about every book, author, illustrator, and publisher in the children's / young adult book industry.

Members include published authors and /5(93). BYU ScholarsArchive Citation Halliday, Irene () "Tell Me My Story, Mama," Children's Book and Media Review: Vol. Iss. 3, Article : Irene Halliday. Use the Tell Me a Story Book Guides to find strategies for sharing books in classrooms and in other early care and education settings.

Each Book Guide includes helpful tips for program staff and families, suggested questions to spark thoughtful discussions with children, and follow-up activities.

About Tell My Story Book What makes our books special is that every page of every book is specially printed to include your child’s photograph and name. This allows your child to be the star of their very own book.

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Septem Febru ~ shelli. This is the third in my series of posts about storytelling for children by their parents.

The first post was. The Paperback of the Mama Tell Me a Hard Time Story: A Series of Motivational Stories about Life in Mississippi in the S and S As a Sharecropper's Due to COVID, orders may be delayed. Thank you for your patience/5(3). You are here: Home/All → Primary Song Arrangements → Mother, Tell Me The Story.

Quote: "The song of the righteous is a prayer unto me, and it shall be answered with a blessing upon their heads." D&C Mother, Tell Me The Story .Tell Me My Story, Mama (Book): Lund, Deb: As they look forward to the arrival of a new baby, a mother tells her young daughter of the time when they waited for her to be born.

the purpose of this book is to help parents, camp counselors, teachers and anyone else who wants to have a story handy when young adults and especially kids say "tell me a story." i've picked a variety of stories for you.