Shigemi Hijikata

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Associated Works

Peukalo-Liisa (1835) — Kuvittaja, eräät painokset907 kappaletta, 31 arvostelua
Goldilocks and the Three Bears (A Puppet Storybook) (1969) — Kuvittaja — 32 kappaletta
Pinocchio To Read Aloud (1961) — Kuvittaja, eräät painokset25 kappaletta
Hansel and Gretel (A Puppet Storybook) (1970) — Kuvittaja — 23 kappaletta
Little Red Riding Hood (A Puppet Storybook) (1959) — Kuvittaja — 22 kappaletta
Cinderella (A Puppet Storybook) (1809) — Kuvittaja — 21 kappaletta, 1 arvostelu
Mother Goose (A Puppet Storybook) (1969) — Kuvittaja — 19 kappaletta
Rumpelstiltskin (A Puppet Storybook) (1968) — Kuvittaja — 16 kappaletta
The Elves and the Shoemaker (A Puppet Storybook) (1968) — Kuvittaja — 11 kappaletta
The Ugly Duckling (A Puppet Storybook) (1971) — Kuvittaja — 11 kappaletta
Sleeping beauty (1971) — Kuvittaja — 10 kappaletta
Tom Thumb (A Puppet Storybook) (1961) — Kuvittaja — 10 kappaletta
The Clock Book (1972) — Kuvittaja — 9 kappaletta
WHAT IS IT?, A Preschool Puppet Book (1971) — Kuvittaja — 6 kappaletta
Puss in boots (1971) — Kuvittaja — 5 kappaletta
The Owl and the Pussycat [Izawa / Hijikata] (1976) — Kuvittaja — 1 kappale

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Des illustrations irrésistibles de charme, un texte en vers drôle et bien sonnant.
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marievictoire | Apr 12, 2023 |
Christine Kvindesalnd read thia a lot for David and Marie when they were small.
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peringek | Feb 6, 2023 |
Henny Penny is a delightful story that begins with a hen who is hit on the head by a falling acorn; however, she immediately jumps to the conclusion that the sky is falling and that she must go a tell the King. While enroute, she meets several of the other farm animals and she alerts them to the impending danger. These animals ask Henny Penny if they can go with her to tell the King. They are tricked by a fox who lures them into a hillside cave on the pretense that it is a shortcut to the King. One by one the animals follow the fox into the cave and were gobbled up by the fox. The last animal to enter the cave before Henny Penny was a rooster named Cocky-Locky. He crowed just as the fox was about to gobble him up; however, his crow to Henny-Penny suggested that it was time for her to go home and lay her eggs, which is exactly what she did.

I love the names given to each of the animals; Henny-Penny, Cocky-Locky, Ducky-Daddles, Goosey-Poosey, Turkey-Lurkey, and Foxy-Woxy. The characters are so vividly colored with a simple text that even young children can understand.

Classroom extensions could include having the children draw their own Henny Penny by outling their hand on a sheet of paper and coloring it to resemble a chicken. Another idea is to print one copy of the cover. Print an inside page for each child. Have the children complete the sentence, "Henny- Penny you silly chicken the sky is not falling. It's ________." Have them draw an illustration to go with the sentence. After all the children completed their pages, assemble the pages and bind to make a book.
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DavisPamelag | Feb 13, 2011 |

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