BEST MOBI "Ô Basho and the Fox" || UNLIMITED (AZW) Ö #2020


  • Title: Basho and the Fox
  • Author: Tim J. Myers
  • ISBN: 9780761450689
  • Page: 176
  • Format: Hardcover

  • Basho and the Fox By Tim J. Myers The great poet Basho lives in a hut in the woods, content to live simply and write his haiku poems One day he shoos a fox out of the cherry tree hear his hut The fox makes a deal with him, if Basho can write a poem that the fox thinks is good, the fox will leave his cherries alone forever But will his poems ever impress the fox
    Tim J. Myers
    Tim J Myers is a writer, songwriter, storyteller, and lecturer at Santa Clara University in Silicon Valley His Glad to Be Dad A Call to Fatherhood is out from Familius and Nectar of Story Poems from BlazeVox He has 15 children s books out and one on the way His children s books have won recognition from the New York Times, NPR, the Smithsonian, Nickelodeon, and others He s published over 130 poems, won a first prize in a poetry contest judged by John Updike, has a poetry chapbook out, won a major prize in science fiction, was nominated for two Pushcarts, and has published much other fiction and non fiction for children and adults He recently won the West Coast Songwriters Saratoga Chapter Song of the Year award His website is TimMyersStorySong, his YouTube channel is at youtube user TimJMyers, and he can whistle and hum at the same time.

    Basho and the Fox By Tim J. Myers

    Commentaires:

    Hannah Givens
    Love it Well told with large, detailed illustrations, lovely haiku, and a perfect twist at the end

    Loren
    We checked this out from the library twice before I tracked down a copy to buy The illustrations of the poet foxes in their kimonos are magical and sweet The text is rich enough for multiple analyses The poet Basho lives as a hermit in Japan and gets into a dispute with the local foxes about a cherry tree They challenge him to present one perfect poem in order to win the right to the cherries Mason sees the moral as seeking inspiration rather than honing your craft in a vacuum I think it s about [...]

    The Brothers
    A delightful story about a great Japanese poet who gets into a battle of the haikus with a fox The fox assures him that foxes are the best poets around and if Basho can right a good not even a great poem, the foxes will let him have all the sweet cherries in the tree In the end, Basho realizes that poems should be written for their own sake and foxes have a rather inflated opinion of their poetic abilities.Fabulous illustrations.

    Sonja
    This is one of my favorite choices to read aloud to a classroom of older students I was impressed when the third graders I read it to a few weeks ago knew who Basho was and recognized one of his poems Apparently from one of the Magic Treehouse books.

    Susanne
    A wonderful children s story, written by a former colleague of mine in Japan

    Pat
    If you write poetry for someone animal, mineral, vegetable or human make sure it s familiar You know, make it relevant And always share A delightful book

    Rani
    Basho, the greatest Haiku poet in Japan learns to be humble and wins over a fox.

    Roxanne
    Really delightful.

    Bernadette
    This is a fabulous story I read to Frida at the library I want to go back and check it out so I can reread it.

    Tuyet Tran
    This story introduces students to haiku, a Japanese s poem.

    Tim Myers
    When the great Japanese poet Basho moves to a new place, the local foxes want to continue eating the cherries of the tree on his property This leads to a poetry contest and a surprising ending

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