1 edition of Mr. Semolina-Semolinus found in the catalog.
Anthony L. Mann
by Turtleback Books Distributed by Demco Media
Written in English
|Contributions||Giselle Potter (Illustrator)|
|The Physical Object|
Anthony L. Mannas first collaboration with Soula Mitakidou, Mr. Semolina-Semolinus: A Greek Folktale, illustrated by Giselle Potter, was an ALAALSC Notable Book, a Marion Vannett Ridgway Award winner, and a New York Public Library Best Book for r collaboration of theirs, The Orphan: A Cinderella Story from Greece, illustrated by Giselle Potter, was a Bank Street College of. ANTHONY L. MANNA and SOULA MITAKIDOU's first collaboration, Mr. Semolina-Semolinus: A Greek Folktale, illustrated by Giselle Potter, was an ALA-ALSC Notable Children's Book, and a New York Public Library Best Book for Children. Anthony has taught at universities in Turkey, Greece, and the U.S. Soula grew up in Greece, and storytelling was an important part of her family's traditions.
Mr. Semolina-Semolinus: A Greek Folktale by Anthony L. Manna, Christodoula Mitakidou, and Giselle Potter. Apparently there are many folktales in the Mediterranean about the power of love to bring an inanimate object to life. In Mr. Semolina-Semolinus, Princess Areti is unsatisfied with her many suitors. So, she makes a man out of almonds, sugar. Mr. Semolina-Semolinus: A Greek Folktale. Illus. by Giselle Potter. Atheneum. The humorous story of Areti, a Greek princess who makes her own suitor out of almond, sugar and semolina, is enhanced with charming and quirky paintings. Mochizuki, Ken. Passage to Freedom: The Sugihara Story. Illus. by Dom Lee. Lee & Low.
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A long time ago, in Greece, there lived a beautiful princess named Areti. She had many suitors, but none she liked -- so she decided to make one from semolina, almonds, and sugar. Out of the bowl climbed the most handsome man Areti had ever seen: Mr. Semolina-Semolinus, a man more beautiful than love itself, and twice as rare/5(6).
It's nice to read a story where the princess is the hero rather than the prince, though I felt that Mr. Semolina-Semolinus himself lacked personality and functioned more as an object to be fought/argued over rather than a person.
I think slightly experienced readers have much to gain from the book's array of tier two language and rich plot/5. The story is not over when Areti finds Mr. Semolina-Semolinus, for she must release him from the queen's spell. The colored-ink and colored-pencil illustrations, executed in a naive, modern folk style, show deliberately disproportional people in modern dress.
Muted colors, quirky composition, and the characters' theatrical poses all contribute /5(5). Told in the fashion of a Greek folktale, this story from newcomers Manna and Mitakidou has neither the steam nor the invention to match the impressive artwork of Potter's debut.
The Princess Areti crafts her own suitor from three pounds each of almonds, sugar, and semolina. ""On the fortieth day God brought the man Mr. Semolina-Semolinus book life,"" dubbed Mr.
Semolina-Semolinus, who Mr. Semolina-Semolinus book ""five times beautiful and ten. Semolina-Semolinus: A Greek Folktale Anthony L. Manna, Author, Christodoula Mitakidou, Joint Author, Giselle Potter, Illustrator Atheneum Books $16 (40p) ISBN More By and.
Told in the fashion of a Greek folktale, this story from newcomers Manna and Mitakidou has neither the steam nor the invention to match the impressive artwork of Potter's debut. The Princess Areti crafts her own suitor from three pounds each of almonds, sugar, and semolina. ``On the fortieth day God brought the man to life,'' dubbed Mr.
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Get this from a library. Semolina-Semolinus: a Greek folktale. [Anthony L Manna; Christodoula Mitakidou; Giselle Potter] -- Areti, a Greek princess, makes a man fit for her to love from almonds, sugar, and semolina, but when he is stolen away by a jealous queen, Areti searches the world for him.
Book Awards. American Library Association Notable Children’s Book for Mr. Semolina-Semolinus: A Greek Folktale. New York Public Library~ Listed among Best Books of the Year for Mr.
Semolina-Semolinus: A Greek Folktale. Marion Vannett Ridgway Award for first-time authors and illustrators for Mr. Semolina-Semolinus: A Greek Folktale.
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As a story writer, I have co-authored Mr. Semolina-Semolinus: A Greek Folktale (Anne Schwartz/Atheneum), The Orphan: A Cinderella Story from Greece (Schwarts & Wade/Random House), and Folktales from Greece: A Treasury of Delights (CLIO/Libraries Unlimited).
My solo book is Loukas and the Game of Chance which will be released October 1, Mr. Semolina-Semolinus: A Greek Folktale Paperback – Jan. 1 by Anthony L. Manna (Author), Christodoula Mitakidou (Author), Giselle Potter (Illustrator) & out of 5 stars 4 ratings.
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Mann is the author of Mr. Semolina-Semolinus ( avg rating, 62 ratings, 16 reviews, published )/5(12). Notable Book citation, American Library Association, for Mr. Semolina-Semolinus and Gabriella's Song. WRITINGS: SELF-ILLUSTRATED. Lucy's Eyes and Margaret's Dragon: The Lives of the Virgin Saints, Chronicle Books (San Francisco, CA), The Year I Didn't Go to School, Atheneum Books for Young Readers (New York, NY), Anne Schwartz offered me my first children’s book Mr.
Semolina-Semolinus, and I have illustrated over twenty since including The Year I Didn’t Go To School, about the experience of traveling in Europe with my parents’ puppet theater.Mr. Semolina-Semolinus: A Greek Folktale: : Manna, Anthony L., Mitakidou, Christodoula, Potter, Giselle: Books.