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7 edition of Count Silvernose found in the catalog.

Count Silvernose

a story from Italy

by Eric A. Kimmel

  • 314 Want to read
  • 36 Currently reading

Published by Holiday House in New York .
Written in English

    Places:
  • Italy.
    • Subjects:
    • Folklore -- Italy

    • About the Edition

      A washerwoman"s clever oldest daughter finds a way to rescue her two foolish sisters from the cruel Count Silvernose.

      Edition Notes

      Statementretold by Eric A. Kimmel ; illustrated by Omar Rayyan.
      ContributionsRayyan, Omar, ill.
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsPZ8.1.K567 Co 1996
      The Physical Object
      Pagination1 v. (unpaged) :
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL795098M
      ISBN 100823412164
      LC Control Number95030935
      OCLC/WorldCa32818972

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Count Silvernose by Eric A. Kimmel Download PDF EPUB FB2

Count Silvernose is an English retelling of an Italian folktale. Our heroine, Asunta, has none of the traits we look for in a potential princess, yet we find ourselves rooting for her and her quest to rescue her silly sisters. The colors of the illustrations are as warm as sunset and recall the parchment sketches of 5/5(4).

Count Silvernose: A Story from Italy by Eric A. Kimmel, illustrated by Omar Rayyan is a variant of the famous tale of Bluebeard and his forbidden closet, based on Italo Calvino's Italian Folktales.

A humble, unattractive girl rescues her sisters by outfoxing the villainous, silver-nosed count/5. Count Silvernose: A Story from Italy-ExLibrary. Former Library books.

Shows some signs of wear, and may have some markings on the inside. % Money Back Guarantee/5(37). Count Silvernose a story from Italy 1st ed. by Eric A. Kimmel. Published by Holiday House in New York. Written in English.

Count Silvernose: a story from Italy. [Eric A Kimmel; Omar Rayyan] -- A washerwoman's clever oldest daughter finds a way to rescue her two foolish sisters from the cruel Count Silvernose. Your Web browser is not enabled for JavaScript.

Count Silvernose: A Story from Italy - Eric A. Kimmel, Omar Rayyan - School And Library - JUVENILE NON-FICTION - ENGLISH - When her two foolish younger sisters vanish after going to work for a mysterious man with a nose made of polis. which leaves out the prince. the witch. the dragon?Count Silvernose is an English retelling of an Italian folktale.

Our heroine, Asunta, has none of the traits we look for in a potential princess, yet we find ourselves rooting for her and her quest to rescue her silly colors of the illustrations.

Count Silvernose A Story from Italy by Eric A Kimmel ~ Count Silvernose A Story from Italy by Eric A Kimmel illustrated by Omar Rayyan is a variant of the famous tale of Bluebeard and his forbidden closet based on Italo Calvinos Italian Folktales A humble unattractive girl rescues her sisters by outfoxing the villainous silvernosed count.

Count Silvernose: A Story from Italy retold by Eric A. Kimmel (Holiday House) Hansel and Gretel retold by Rika Lesser (G. Putnam.s Sons). Count Silvernose, by Eric A.

Kimmel. From Book Jacket: There were once three sisters who lived with their mother, an old washerwoman. The two youngest sisters were empty-headed. They wanted nothing more from live than to marry handsome princes.

The other sister, Assunta, was homely but smart. Count Silvernose: A Story from Italy retold by Eric A. Kimmel (Holiday House) Hansel and Gretel retold by Rika Lesser (G. Putnam™s Sons)File Size: KB. The book lends itself very well to a compare/contrast study between Count Silvernose and Blue Beard.

Using stories from Italo Calvino’s Italian Folktales collection, students can create their own retelling of one of the folktales. Count Silvernose: A Story from Italy * by Eric A.

Kimmel, illustrated by Omar Rayyan (Holiday House, ) A washerwoman’s clever oldest daughter finds a way to rescue her two foolish sisters from the cruel Count Silvernose. Grandfather’s Rock: An Italian Folktale * by Joel Strangis, illustrated by Ruth Gamper (Houghton Mifflin, ).

CHILDREN'S BOOKS. Bookshelf. Oct. 13, See the article in its original context from OctoSection 7, Page 26 Buy Reprints. COUNT SILVERNOSE: A Story From Italy. Retold by. Truth be told, Rayyan has previously paired with Kimmel several times on books like Count Silvernose A Story from Italy and Rimonah of the Flashing Sword A North African Tale (an Egyptian version of Snow White).

Now they’re together again but with a story that is far more silly and light-hearted than some of their earlier fare. Each year sincea children’s book has been awarded the Newbery Medal. The Newbery Medal is a very big honor, but so is being the runner-up and receiving the Newbery Honor.

The sticker you see on books that is silver and says “Newbery Honor” means that the book was a runner-up for the actual award. Resources and Printables for Count Silvernose, a Story from Italy Retold by Eric A. Kimmel.

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Books shelved as myths-and-fables: House of Furies by Madeleine Roux, Spark by Alice Broadway, Ink by Alice Broadway, Folk by Zoe Gilbert, and Everything. And then I saw (after deciding to do Fitcher's Bird anyway) that Eric Kimmel had done a picturebook, COUNT SILVERNOSE for Holiday House. Always meant to ask how he got permission, or if he was able to find an earlier version and base his retelling on that.

Jane megaerairae Registered User (8/22/05 pm) re: Footnote. May 3, Book Importer Family life, Parties and celebrations, Quinceañera (Social custom), Siblings, Sister Leave a comment Count Silvernose The two younger daughters of an old washerwoman are lovely, foolish, and useless, while the oldest is homely, clever, and strong.The travels of Marco Polo: the complete Yule-Cordier edition by Polo, Marco POL including the unabridged third edition () of Henry Yule's annotated translation, as revised by Henri Cordier, together with Cordier's later volume of notes and addenda ().

2 volumes.See more of Omar's art in these books which he has illustrated: Rimonah of the Flashing Sword: a North African Tale, adapted by Eric A. Kimmel. NY: Holiday House, Count Silvernose: a Story from Italy, retold by Eric A.

Kimmel. NY: Holiday House, Ramadan .