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In ancient Japan, a young tanaki, a fox that can change shapes, becomes stuck in the form of a teapot. Includes notes on the original Japanese folktale from which this story is derived.
|Statement||by Tim Myers ; illustrated by Robert McGuire.|
|Contributions||McGuire, Robert, 1978- ill.|
|LC Classifications||PZ7.M9919 Fur 2007|
|The Physical Object|
|LC Control Number||2005016935|
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The Furry-Legged Teapot book. Yoshi the tanuki—a Japanese raccoon-dog—learns how to magically transform himself into anything, even a teapot. But what happens when he can’t change back.
This is the tale of the teapot-tanuki’s adventures, from the day he leaves his. THE FURRY-LEGGED TEAPOT User Review - Kirkus. This retelling of an ages-old Japanese tale relates the woes of a rambunctious young raccoon-dog named Yoshi, a mischievous tanuki shapeshifter.
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The furry-legged teapot. [Tim Myers; Robert McGuire] -- In ancient Japan, a young tanuki, a raccoon dog that can change shapes, becomes stuck in the form of a teapot.
Includes notes on the original Japanese folktale from which this story is derived. This retelling of an ages-old Japanese tale relates the woes of a rambunctious young raccoon-dog named Yoshi, a mischievous tanuki shapeshifter. Impetuous and distractible, Yoshi decides to play an ambitious trick, but he forgets: If you turn yourself into a teapot, you may have to take some heat.
In his effort to escape the farmwife’s fire, his furry legs sprout from his teapot-belly and. The Furry-Legged Teapot by Tim J. Myers and Robert McGuire.
4 Total Resources View Text Complexity Submit Text Complexity. Name Pronunciation with Tim J. Myers; Grade; PK-8; Genre; Fairy Tales / Folklore; Science Fiction / Fantasy. McGuire also provides illustrations for Myers' The Furry-legged Teapot, a picture book that centers on a shape-shifting raccoon-like character which often appears in Japanese folklore.
McGuire's acrylic paintings set Myers' tale in the "lush Japanese countryside with mountains in the background" as noted by School Library Journal reviewer. The Furry-Legged Teapot - Yoshi the tanuki—a Japanese raccoon-dog—learns how to magically transform himself into anything, even a teapot.
But what happens when he can’t change back. This is the tale of the teapot-tanuki’s adventures, from the day he leaves his Author: Bookroo.
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Myers. Author and Storyteller Tim Myers Saturday, Febru - pm Tim Myers, author of several Reading Bug favorites like If You Give a T-Rex a Bone, Dark Sparkle Tea, and The Furry-Legged Teapot will be in-store to sign books, answer questions and weave beautiful, magical folktales.
Myers, Tim THE FURRY-LEGGED TEAPOT. by Robert McGuire. ISBN Tarrytown, NY: Marshall Cavendish, 32 pp. $ This story is a re-telling of a Japanese folktale. Yoshi is a young tanuki, a Japanese raccoon-dog with magical powers, who is growing impatient waiting to transform himself like the other tanukis.
Tresjour said “Curious George and the Aquarium” was her favorite book, but the camper also liked reading about dinosaurs and giggled when she talked about “The Furry-Legged Teapot,” a book about a raccoon that turns into a teapot.
Each Wednesday at camp, the children get up off their feet in a dance class where they learn hip-hop moves. The Furry Legged Teapot. Written by: Tim Myers. Illustrated by: Robert McGuire. Marshall Cavendish Publishing, 29 Pages.
Multicultural-Japanese I found this book on clearance at Winn Dixie. I stood there and read the book, it was adorable. This book is about Yoshi the tanuki, or a Japanese Raccoon-dog. Myers, T.J. (March, ). The Furry-Legged Teapot (children's picture book).
Tarrytown, NY: Marshall Cavendish Children's Books. Myers, T.J. That Mass at Which the Tongue Is Celebrant (poetry chapbook). Pecan Grove Press. Myers, T.J. (March, ). Dark-Sparkle Tea and Other Bedtime Poems (children's picture book). Wordsong, Boyds Mill. Books shelved as japan-related-picture-books: Aki and the Fox by Akiko Hayashi, Ojiichan's Gift by Chieri Uegaki, Thirty Minutes Over Oregon: A Japanese.
Robert McGuire is an award-winning artist, illustrator, and author of children's picture books. Ask students who require extra support to make a time estimation by giving them response options from which to choose.
For example, if students are estimating how long it will take to write their full names, the teacher can verbally present 3 time options: 1 minute, 5 minutes, or 30 minutes. Tim Myers is a writer, songwriter, storyteller, and university senior lecturer in English. He has published 14 books for children including Basho and the Fox, Basho and the River Stones, Rude Dude’s Book of Food, The Furry-Legged Teapot, Good Babies: A Tale of Trolls, Humans, a Witch, and a Switch, Tanuki’s Gift: A Japanese Tale, Down at the Dino Wash Deluxe, If You Give A T-Rex a Bone.
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