Beautiful Yetta: The Yiddish Chicken (2019)

Beautiful Yetta The Yiddish Chicken Yetta beautiful Yetta manages to escape from the butcher s shop But now she is lost in Brooklyn a strange place filled with rude rats and dangerous buses geVAHLT Oh dear But then brave Yetta saves
  • Title: Beautiful Yetta: The Yiddish Chicken
  • Author: Daniel Pinkwater Jill Pinkwater
  • ISBN: 9780312558246
  • Page: 404
  • Format: Hardcover
  • Beautiful Yetta: The Yiddish Chicken
    Yetta, beautiful Yetta, manages to escape from the butcher s shop But now she is lost in Brooklyn a strange place filled with rude rats and dangerous buses geVAHLT Oh, dear But then, brave Yetta saves a small green bird from a sneaky cat, and his friends, the wild parrots of Brooklyn, are very grateful Muchas gracias, gallina hermosa mooCHAS grahSEEas, gahYEEna eYetta, beautiful Yetta, manages to escape from the butcher s shop But now she is lost in Brooklyn a strange place filled with rude rats and dangerous buses geVAHLT Oh, dear But then, brave Yetta saves a small green bird from a sneaky cat, and his friends, the wild parrots of Brooklyn, are very grateful Muchas gracias, gallina hermosa mooCHAS grahSEEas, gahYEEna ehrMOsa Thank you very much, beautiful chicken Has beautiful Yetta found her new home Inspired by real events, this multilingual story is a witty, warm, and wonderful read aloud for any age.
    Beautiful Yetta The Yiddish Chicken Daniel Pinkwater Mar , Beautiful Yetta The Yiddish Chicken Daniel Pinkwater, Jill Pinkwater on FREE shipping on qualifying offers Yetta, beautiful Yetta, manages to escape from the butcher s shop But now she is lost in Brooklyn a strange place filled with rude rats and dangerous buses geVAHLT Oh Beautiful Yetta The Yiddish Chicken by Daniel Pinkwater Beautiful Yetta is a rather unusual picture book Yetta is a Yiddish speaking chicken who escapes from the crate taking her to slaughter and ends up in Brooklyn There, she meets a flock of Spanish speaking parrots who take her under their wings. Beautiful Yetta The Yiddish Chicken by Daniel Pinkwater Yetta, beautiful Yetta, manages to escape from the butcher s shop But now she is lost in Brooklyn a strange place filled with rude rats and dangerous buses geVAHLT Oh, dear But then, brave Yetta saves a small green bird from a sneaky cat, and his friends, the wild parrots of Brooklyn, are very grateful. Beautiful Yetta The Yiddish Chicken by Daniel Pinkwater May , Yetta speaks in Yiddish, which is both translated in English and transliterated Daniel Pinkwater s charming story you can hear his voice in the words is beautifully illustrated by Jill Pinkwater This is a great book for early readers, or pre readers as well. Beautiful Yetta The Yiddish Chicken Daniel Pinkwater May , Yetta, beautiful Yetta, manages to escape from the butcher s shop But now she is lost in Brooklyn a strange place filled with rude rats and dangerous buses geVAHLT Oh, dear But then, brave Yetta saves a small green bird from a sneaky cat, and his friends, the wild parrots of Brooklyn, are very grateful Muchas gracias, gallina Beautiful Yetta PJ Library Beautiful Yetta The Yiddish Chicken, written by Daniel Pinkwater and illustrated by Jill Pinkwater, is published by Macmillan for PJ Library readers to years of age. Beautiful Yetta The Yiddish Chicken IndieBound Yetta, beautiful Yetta, manages to escape from the butcher s shop But now she is lost in Brooklyn a strange place filled with rude rats and dangerous buses geVAHLT Oh, dear But then, brave Yetta saves a small green bird from a sneaky cat, and his friends, the wild parrots of Brooklyn, are very grateful. Beautiful Yetta The Yiddish Chicken by Daniel M Find many great new used options and get the best deals for Beautiful Yetta The Yiddish Chicken by Daniel M Pinkwater , Hardcover at the best online prices at eBay Free shipping for many products
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    1. Bloom s Questions 1 Where did the story take place 2 What was the main idea of the story 3 What questions would you ask the chicken when it escaped the cage 4 How would you compare Beautiful Yetta to the other chickens in captivity 5 Do you agree with Beautiful Yetta s escape Why or why not 6 Create a new ending where Beautiful Yetta did not save the wild parrot What adventure would she go on instead Text to self connection In teaching this past year, I was working with a family that was not imp [...]

    2. It was fun reading the Spanish sections I don t speak hebrew yiddish very well though, haha

    3. I do like the integration of Yiddish in the book That s a neat addition The story is nice very Daniel Pinkwater , and the illustrations are nice, also very Jill Pinkwater.

    4. Daniel Pinkwater is another author my local library has introduced me to Two of his books were sitting on their recommended children s books recently The Neddiad review coming and Beautiful Yetta The Yiddish Chicken Now since one is a middle grade book and the other is a picture book, I didn t notice that they were by the same author until I sat down to write my reviews.Beautiful Yetta is about a Yiddish speaking chicken who breaks free from her cage and escapes the truck brining her into the ci [...]

    5. Daniel Pinkwater does an extraordinary job in this book incorporating other cultures Not only does he write about the Jewish culture, of which he is an insider, but he touches on that of a Hispanic culture as well He incorporated the language from each culture and pronunciations to help readers who are not familiar with the language.This book is obviously a fiction book, however it is based on a non fiction event This book was inspired by the Jewish migration to the United States from the 1880s [...]

    6. Beautiful Yetta is a rather unusual picture book Yetta is a Yiddish speaking chicken who escapes from the crate taking her to slaughter and ends up in Brooklyn There, she meets a flock of Spanish speaking parrots who take her under their wings.On one hand, this book introduces youngsters to different languages and teaches them to recite several phrases in each It also pokes a hole in the theory of happy meat even though Yetta grew up in comfort in an organic farm, she still makes it quite clear [...]

    7. The illustrations were bright, fun, and appealing, but somewhat mundane feeling in that they were nice, but not excellent What really shines about the book is the incorporation of Yiddish and Spanish dialog into the book, which would be a good cultural experience as a read aloud by a teacher happy to practice the phonetic pronunciations ahead of time Otherwise, the story seems oddly stilted, perhaps attempting for a humour that it did not achieve, and rather unexciting in the way that the plot i [...]

    8. Yetta, an organic chicken from the country, escapes her fate and finds a new life on the mean streets of Brooklyn The text is in English with Yiddish translations for the dialog The plot is a bit lacking and as enchanted as I was by the idea of a Yiddish organic chicken, there are quite a number of plot holes I do like that the parrots that Yetta befriends speak Spanish and form a terrific friendship with her Kids growing up in a Yiddish household will enjoy the translations If you have a studen [...]

    9. 2.5 This has to be the oddest book we ve pulled out of the library to date I agree with someone else who reviewed the book when they said it was interesting learning about the pigeons in Brooklyn Some of the sentences were stilted inmy opinion but for the most part if flowed along fairly well Julia liked how Yetta saved the pigeons from the cat and turned into their Mommy the book also has the sentences that Yetta speaks translated to Yiddish on each page That s different and interesting but unl [...]

    10. Yetta, beautiful Yetta, is a Yiddish chicken that escapes the coop and flies free in the streets of Brooklyn Yetta has a hard time fitting in in the big city until a group of green parrots takes her in as one of their own This is a multilingual story as all of Yetta s text bubbles are written in a different language so the book lends itself well to a story share about diversity The unique text written in short quick sentences and the bright and vibrant illustrations will keep the students flying [...]

    11. This book was strange, but I write that a lot about Daniel Pinkwater s books, but something else that I write about his stories that holds true here is that it was funny and wonderful at the same time He decided to make this a trilingual story, mixing English, Spanish, and Yiddish text together into a heaping helping of bizarre storytelling fun He s back on chickens again, a strange running motif in his books, that and stories set in northern New Jersey Odd This story is based on a true story th [...]

    12. Such a cute book When Mr Flegleman, the organic chicken rancher takes a load of chickens to market, the brave and beautiful Yetta escapes into the unknown world of Brooklyn Yetta speaks in Yiddish, written in Hebrew and translated into English and transliterated She finds Brooklyn to be strange and frightening until she bravely saves Eduardo the parrot, who speaks Spanish, from a cat She settles in and begins to enjoy life in Brooklyn with her new parrot friends I think the book is very cute and [...]

    13. michael put this on my desk as a joke, and it was a pretty good one but then i decided to read the book and i really liked it everything the chicken says in english has yiddish underneath it, and when the parrots speak, it s in english and spanish it was also very interesting learning on my own about all the parrots in brooklyn i used the book today in a story time and i think it went pretty well thank you, michael.

    14. I liked the hard ink lines mixed with the softer watercolors Not to mention the story a chicken escaping from being butchered who meets and joins a flock of wild parrots in New York City The icing on top is that all of the dialogue is in English and Yiddish for the chicken and farmer or Spanish for the parrots And it includes what I felt was pretty good a phonetic pronunciation guide for every sentence directly below the English and Yiddish Spanish text.

    15. Oy Poor Yetta is far from her organic, free range roots and lost in Brooklyn The big city is not hospitible to an unchaperoned kosher chicken who speaks no English, but when Yetta rescues a pretty green bird from a cat, a flock of Spanish speaking parrots adopt her as their matron and mascot Gorgeously silly and surprisingly effective in showing what it s like to be suddenly immersed in a population that doesn t speak your language.

    16. I heard Daniel Pinkwater and Scott Simon read this on Weekend Saturday and knew that I had to have it So I bought it to read to my grandchildren They loved it as much as I did My little known secret is that I love the works of Pinkwater and Pinkwater himself His wife s Illustrations make the story Yet escapes the truck taking her you know where From there we follow her adventures in Brooklyn with friends and enemies Great Great read.

    17. This is a fun little story about a chicken from an organic farm being lost in Brooklyn and meeting a flock of wild parrots who had escaped from their owners and multiplied It offers dialogue in Yiddish, English and Spanish and has some information in the back of the book about Yiddish and Hebrew It s a strange little story, but is based on actual examples of animals beyond alley cats, pigeons and rats living wild in the city.

    18. Good book about a chicken that escapes the butcher and heads to Brooklyn with the standard Pinkwater zaniness.Better than most of what is out there but I guess I expect from Pinkwaterdifferent standards, yes but it is what it is when you re that good your fans expect a masterpiece every time.

    19. I was reading this aloud to my 5 year old, and it s so beautifully written that my 9 year old son stopped his homework and came over to listen, too Lots of interesting details like an organic chicken farmer who weeps when he has to drop off his chickens It s written in Yiddish, English, and occasionally Spanish depending on who s speaking.

    20. The only reason to get this book would be if you want a book with the Hebrew alphabet, and then to help your kid learn to read Hebrew this could be one of a few books to get that idea off the ground in conjunction with what they might get in a formal education reinforce it.

    21. My son got this book from the PJ Library pjlibrary It is now one of my favorite children s books Yetta the chicken gets loose on the streets of Brooklyn and finds new friends All dialog is written in English, Yiddish, Hebrew, and, in some cases, Spanish.

    22. I ve BEEN lost in Brooklyn This book made me laugh until I cried I love Yetta if you don t know where you re going, you should read Beautiful Yetta The Yiddish Chicken For the record, you will have to get it from the Children s Books area.

    23. A chicken who speaks Yiddish, parrots who speak Spanish and they live in Brooklyn, now I ve read it all Cute book with translations included It also has the Hebrew alphabet included This book was inpired by real events.

    24. This is one of my go to books for my preschool daughter s birthday party gifts Why buy yet another toy when you can buy this VERY fun and well written children s book that kids love and their adult loves to read to them

    25. A chicken escapes from being sold and lives in Brooklyn to take care of the parrots This book has some Yiddish and Hebrew words and would be great to read to children for them to learn some of these new words.

    26. The story of a chicken loose in Brooklyn, but with charming speech bubbles that teach Yiddish Loved the language, not so keen on the actual story.

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