6 edition of The tongue-cut sparrow found in the catalog.
The tongue-cut sparrow
A kind old man and his greedy wife pay separate visits to the tongue-cut sparrow and receive as gifts just what they deserve.
Translation of: Shitakiri suzume.
|Statement||retold by Momoko Ishii ; illustrated by Suekichi Akaba ; translated from the Japanese by Katherine Paterson.|
|Contributions||Akaba, Suekichi, ill., Juvenile Collection (Library of Congress)|
|LC Classifications||PZ8.1.I743 To 1987|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination|| p. :|
|Number of Pages||40|
|LC Control Number||86029314|
Tongue-Cut Sparrow can accommodate up to 25 people (though we do accept more on a case-by-case basis) for private services, special events, or classes. The prices below include minimum spends for beverage. The bar is 1, square feet with 25 seats that can be arranged to fit a variety of Size: KB. Where, oh where, does my tongue-cut sparrow stay!" He never stopped to rest for his noonday meal, and it was far on in the afternoon when he found himself near a large bamboo wood. Bamboo groves are the favorite haunts of sparrows, and there sure enough at the edge of the wood he saw his own dear sparrow waiting to welcome him.
These are the sources and citations used to research The tongue cut sparrow. This bibliography was generated on Cite This For Me on Wednesday, J Book. “Where is the tongue-cut sparrow’s house? Where is the tongue-cut sparrow’s house?” At last she saw the eaves of the house peeping out from amongst the bamboo foliage. She hastened to the door and knocked loudly. (♪) This picture book begins with something like a preface. It says that, through a tale favored by children who delight in the refrain, “Tongue-cut sparrow, where is your nest? Chirp, chirp, chirp!” this picture book cautions of the dangers of greed and rudeness. Its beginning is therefore quite different from that of other picture books.
With the help of some sparrows, he found his way to the “Sparrow’s Inn”, where all the sparrows of the mountain (including the tongue-cut sparrow) were staying. The sparrows greeted and treated him kindly, because of their gratitude for saving their friend in the forest. They entertained him with happy songs and dances and delicious food. He lost no time, the good old man; he set out at once on foot, calling “Sparrow, sparrow, where are you, my tongue-cut sparrow?” Over hill and over dale he went, calling “Sparrow, sparrow, where are you, my tongue-cut sparrow?” At last and at length he came to the sparrow’s house, and the sparrow flew out to greet his master. “Tongue-cut sparrow” and “Hanasaka Jiisan” are included. The definitive edition of this app for children! A picture book with recorded narration where you can practice how to write hiragana, listen to songs and sing them in karaoke!! "Write&Sing Japanese folk tales" vol.4 includes “Tongue-cut sparrow” and “Hanasaka Jiisan”.5/5(1).
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