Presentation on theme: "Literacy Map: That’s What Leprechauns Do By: Eve Bunting Illustrated By: Emily McCully Kimberly Perrin TAL 203."— Presentation transcript:
Literacy Map: That’s What Leprechauns Do By: Eve Bunting Illustrated By: Emily McCully Kimberly Perrin TAL 203
Ireland Annotated Bibliography Quotes That’s What Leprechauns Do Analysis Leprechauns: Who they really are! The Truth About Ireland
That’s What Leprechauns Do Back By: Eve Bunting Illustrated By: Emily McCully Publisher: Clarion Books Publishing Date: 2005 Grade Level: 1-3
Leprechauns: Who they really are! Back Leprechauns’ jobs are to put the pot of gold under the rainbow that we see after rain showers. Leprechauns wear red boots and caps. Leprechauns love to make mischief. A leprechaun is a tiny elf only found in Ireland. If you find a leprechaun and pick him up he is sure to tell you where the pot of gold he has hidden is.
Quotes Back “Mischief’s what leprechauns do.” “There’s a bit of magic to the finding, and a bit of luck, and a bit of imagination too. That gold’s waiting for just the right person.”
The Truth About Ireland Back Ireland’s Flag Third largest island in Europe and the twentieth largest island in the world!! Population: 4.3 Million Largest City and Capital: Dublin Language: Irish Gaelic Ireland’s Coat of Arms
ANALYSIS That’s What Leprechauns Do Back
Summaries Tales From Old Ireland: A collection of stories, greatly enhanced by the illustrations of Niamh Shakey. The collection of seven stories includes "The Children of Lir," one of the most well known and loved Irish folktales, "Fair, Brown, and Trembling," an Irish Cinderella story," and "The Twelve Wild Geese," a fairy tale about family love and loyalty. Some of the tales are unsettling, some are sad, some have satisfying conclusions; all have a depth missing in many modern retellings. A Pot O’ Gold: Delightful collection of Irish folklore, legends, poems, recipes, songs, battle cries, limericks, riddles, nonsensical ballads, folk cures, advice from Oscar Wilde, and a bit of blarney. Enchantingly illustrated. (Chapter book) O’ Sullivan Stew: The Irish village of Crookhaven is in for trouble after its residents offend the local witch. Hoping to set things right, Kate O'Sullivan only makes matters worse. Now Kate's only hope of saving her family and neighbors is her skill as a storyteller. Viking Ships at Sunrise: When the magic tree house whirls Jack and Annie back to ancient Ireland, they visit a monastery filled with books of wonder. Will they escape the Viking raiders with their jeweled treasure? Count Your Way Through Ireland: An advanced picture book that counts from one to ten describing the history, sports, and different facts about Ireland.
Annotated bibliography Back Tales From Old Ireland By: Malachy Doyle, Niamh Sharkey Publisher: Barefoot Books, Inc. Publishing Date: 2000 Grade Level: 2-4 A Pot O' Gold: A Treasury Of Irish Stories, Poetry, Folklore, And (of Course) Blarney Adapted By: Kathleen Krull Illustrated by: David Mcphail Publisher: Hyperion Books for Children ･ Publishing Date: 2004 Grade Level: 3-5 Summarie s of Books Next..
Annotated Bibliography Continued Back Summaries of Books O’ Sullivan Stew By: Hudson Talbott Publisher: Penguin Group USA Publishing Date: 1999 Grade Level: 3-4 Viking Ships at Sunrise By: Mary Osborne Illustrated By: Sal Murdocca Publisher: Random House, Inc Publishing Date: 1998 Grade Level: 1-3 Next..
Annotated Bibliography Continued Back Summaries of Books Count Your Way Through Ireland By: James Haskinsby and Kathleen Benson Illustrated By: Beth Wright Publisher: Carolrhoda Books, Inc. Publishing Date: 1996 Grade Level: 2-4