3 edition of Yum! mmmm! que rico! found in the catalog.
|Other titles||Brotes de las Américas|
|Statement||haiku by Pat Mora ; pictures by Rafael López = Brotes de las Américas / poemas por Pat Mora ; ilustrado por Rafael López|
|Contributions||López, Rafael, 1961- ill|
|LC Classifications||PS3563.O73 Y86 2007|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||1 v. (unpaged) :|
|LC Control Number||2007044276|
This amazing book of haiku is a celebration of the indigenous foods of the Americas. At once scholarly and kid-friendly, it presents common foods that have exotic origins. Each two-page spread presents a food—blueberries, chiles, chocolate, corn, cranberries, papayas, peanuts, pecans, pineapples, potatoes, prickly pears, pumpkins, tomatoes, vanilla—and dedicates both a haiku and a text. Yum! ¡Mmmm! ¡Qué rico! America’s Sproutings is a book of haiku that celebrates the history of food in the Americas. Author Pat Mora includes foods such as potatoes, papaya, prickly pear cactus, vanilla, and pumpkins. Her clever use of whimsical words makes this a mouth-watering delight that will be savored by all ages.
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Yum. MmMm. Que Rico. is a fun book of haiku poems by Pat Mora and illustrated by Rafael Lopez. It is a collection of many haikus that describes and celebrates many different foods related to the Americas.
With fun and bright illustrations the poems are able to capture the tasty essence of all the foods, and it even makes your mouth water a little/5. Yum. ¡Mmm. ¡Qué Rico. America's Sproutings Lee & Low Books, illustrated by Rafael López Audio edition published by Live Oak Media.
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Yum. Mmmm. Que Rico. Americas' Sproutings (English and Spanish Edition)/5(7). Exuberant illustrations bring to life the delicious spirit of the haiku, making Yum. Mmmm. Que rico. an eye-popping, mouth-watering treat.
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¡MmMm. ¡Qué rico. Teacher's Guide p.4 2. Have students write a haiku expressing their response to the book or to another food. Explain that a haiku has three lines and a total of 17 syllables. The first line has five syllables, the second. TEACHER'S GUIDE FOR: Yum. ¡Mmmm. ¡Qué Rico. Americas' Sproutings.
By Pat Mora Illustrations by Rafael Lopez. Synopsis This vivid collection of haiku describes edible plants native to the Americas. The haiku call forth the five senses as they describe foods from blueberries to vanilla in mouth-watering ways that young readers can understand.
"Yum. Mmmm. Que Rico. Americas' Sproutings" is a great book detailing different types of food throughout North and South America. Each page has a haiku about a specific type of food.
In smaller text, there is more detail about the food including where it is from, how it is made, and how to eat it (younger children may not want to read this /5(8). Yum. Mmmm. Que Rico. Written by Pat Mora. Lee and Lowe Books Peanuts, blueberries, corn, potatoes, tomatoes, and more-here is a luscious collection of haiku celebrating foods native to the Americas.
Brimming with imagination and fun, these poems capture the tasty essence of foods that have delighted, united, and enriched our lives for. Brimming with imagination and fun, these poems capture the tasty essence of foods that have delighted, united, and enriched our lives for centuries.
Exuberant illustrations bring to life the delicious spirit of the haiku, making Yum. ¡Mmmm. ¡Qué rico. an eye-popping, mouth-watering treat.
Open it and dig in. Activity: Make Your Own Ice Cream. ¡MmMm. ¡Que rico. is a wonderful representation of Hispanic history and culture, presented in the context of foods readers will relate to. I would recommend it to readers of any age who are interested in learning more about food history, interlingual poetry, or Hispanic cultural heritage.
Find many great new & used options and get the best deals for Yum. ¡MmMm. ¡Qué Rico!: Brotes de las Américas by Pat Mora (, Hardcover) at the best online prices. book trailer created by Lisa Waggett, who is the librarian at Goforth Elementary in League City, Texas Summary: This collection of haikus celebrates the indigenous foods of the Americas, such as.
Yum. ¡Mmmm. ¡Qué rico. America’s Sproutings is a poetry book dedicated to the fruits and flavors of Central America, South America and North rries, chiles, papaya, and pecans are only a few of the delicious foods lovingly described.
Yum. ¡Mmmm. ¡Que Rico. America's Sprouting is an informative collection of haikus that describe a variety of foods, such as fruits, vegetables, nuts and spices. This imaginative book focuses on the taste, preparation, and discovery of the assorted foods that have been eaten for centuries.
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Bibliography: Mora, Pat, and Rafael Lopez. Yum. ¡MmMm. ¡Qué Rico!: America’s Sproutings (Spanish Edition). New York, Lee and Low Books, ISBN Plot Summary: This book is a collection of haiku poems describing fourteen foods native to the Americas.
Each food is celebrated with a creative and fun haiku and illustration. Pat Mora, poet and author, has written more than thirty children's books. She is a popular national speaker and the founder of the family literacy initiative El día de los niños/El día de los libros (Children's Day/Book Day), sponsored by ’s books have won numerous awards and honors, and she is a recipient of the Virginia Hamilton Literary Award and presented the ALA’s May Brand: Lee & Low Books, Inc.
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In Yum!!MmMm!!Que Rico Americas’ Sproutings, Pat Mora introduces foods native to the Americas with beautiful Haiku poems which describe them in mouthwatering detail. From blueberries which “fill your mouth with blue” to chili peppers with their “green mouth fire”, and chocolate described as “brown magic” which “melts on your tongue,” foods native to America are explored.
Get this from a library. Yum. mmmm. qué rico!: Americas' sproutings. [Pat Mora; Rafael López] -- From blueberries to vanilla, indigenous foods of the Americas are celebrated in this bilingual collection of haiku, which also includes information about each food's origins.
Haiku celebrating the diversity of edible plants native to the Americasblueberries, chocolate, prickly pears, pecans and more. Each spread includes an informative paragraph explaining the probable origin, history and some trivia for the plant described in the poem.
(The word pecan, for example, comes from a French word meaning, "nut to be cracked on a rock.") López's vibrant. Each haiku is accompanied by information about the food’s origins, and some fun facts about its history and current uses.
With joyous illustrations that practically jump off the page, artist Rafael López captures the essence of each haiku and brings these delicious poems to life. Translated from Yum. ¡MmMm. ¡Qué Rico. Americas’ Sproutings. BIBLIOGRAPHY Mora, Pat. Yum. ¡MmMm. ¡Qué rico!: Americas’ Sproutings.
Ill. by Rafael López. New York, NY: Lee and Low Books Inc. ISBN SUMMARY/ANALYSIS Pat Mora has received industry recognition for her children’s, young adult, and adult works, including Tomás Rivera Poetry Awards and multiple ALA Notable Book honors. The haiku in Mora's book use the structure and rhythm of the English format of three lines with five, seven, and five syllables respectively.
The lines rarely rhyme as in "laughs when tears fill his eyes, sighs." Throughout Yum. ¡MmMm. ¡Qué Rico!: America’s Sproutings, each haiku continues its steady beat of Alliteration is used in. Pat. YUM. ¡MMMM. ¡QUÉ RICO.
AMERICA’S SPROUTINGS. Ill. by Rafael Lopez. New York: Lee & Low Books Inc. ISBN: SummaryYUM. ¡MMMM. ¡QUÉ RICO. AMERICA’S SPROUTINGS is a colle. Brimming with imagination and fun, these poems capture the tasty essence of foods that have delighted, united, and enriched our lives for centuries.
Exuberant illustrations bring to life the delicious spirit of the haiku, making Yum. ¡MmMm. ¡Qué Rico. an eye-popping, mouth-watering treat. MY TWO CENTS: Beware: This book will make you feel. Yum. ¡Mmmm. ¡Qué rico. Americas’ sproutings. Ill. by Rafael López. New York: Lee & Low Books.
ISBN PLOT SUMMARY. WARNING. Do not read this book on an empty stomach. Yum. ¡MmMm. ¡Qué Rico. by Pat Mora celebrates foods originating in the Americas. Everything from cranberries to corn to vanilla, Mora presents an engaging Author: Chrissy Adkins.
Yum. Mmmm. Que Rico!. Ill by. Rafael Lopez. New York: Lee & Low Books. ISBN: Summary: In this picture book, Pat Mora uses haiku to celebrate the various foods that are thought to be native to the Americas (South, Central, and North).
Yum. ¡Mmmm. ¡Qué Rico!: Americas’ Sproutings contains 14 haiku’s about foods grown in the Americas. Along with these haikus are short informational paragraphs about each food and colorful illustrations incorporating the food as well.
Critical Analysis. This book is an engaging way to introduce poetry to children. Get this from a library. Yum.
mmmm. qué rico!: brotes de las Américas. [Pat Mora; Rafael López] -- Una colección de haikus sobre la comida de las Américas. Incluye información sobre esas comidas.
Collection of haikus featuring food of the Americas with background information. Yum. ¡Mmmm. ¡Que Rico!, a Américas Book Award Winner, by Pat Mora and illustrated by Rafael López (New York: Lee & Low, ), features haiku about foods from North, Central, and South America, as well as informative texts about each food’s provenance and cultural significance.
With a lexile ofthe informative texts are suited to middle-school students or higher. ¡Yum. ¡MmMm. ¡Qué Rico!: America’s Sproutings by Pat Mora.
A 9-page unit for ¡Yum. ¡MmMm. ¡Qué Rico!: America’s Sproutings by Pat Mora is a part of a collection of 23 units in Gifts and Givers. The Unit Contains: Discussion Cards Crossword Puzzle Readers’ Theater The Americas: Map Study Metaphorically Speaking.
Editions for Yum. MmMm. Que Rico!: America's Sproutings: (Hardcover published in ), (Hardcover published in ). This week I will be reviewing “Yum.
MmMm. Que Rico. America’s Sproutings / Brotes de la Américas“, written by Pat Mora and illustrated by Rafael López. The book is available in both English and Spanish editions, although I will be reviewing the latter.
¡Yum. ¡MmMm. ¡Qué rico. Book. Brimming with imagination and fun, this book of poems captures the essence of foods native to the Americas. From moras azules to vainilla, this book is sure to make your students hungry for more.
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FREE Shipping on $35 or more! (Children's Day/Book Day), now sponsored by ALA. Mora's children's books have won many honors, including the Pura Belpré Award, ALA Notable Books, Américas Award, Texas Bluebonnet Masterlist.About the Book This big collection of rhymes and verse is most appropriate for older elementary students and is sure to get a laugh.
Some poems are visual (for example Book Crooks, "T ey stol some let ers") and some are enjoyable to listen to (for example Strange Change, "An enterprising wizard / Turned Aunt Fay into a lizard.").