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princess of Tomboso

Frank Newfeld

princess of Tomboso

a fairy-tale in pictures

by Frank Newfeld

  • 153 Want to read
  • 37 Currently reading

Published by Oxford University Press in Toronto .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Folk literature.

  • Edition Notes

    CLC

    Statementbased on the story collected by Marius Barbeau & retold by Michael Hornyansky in The golden phoenix.
    The Physical Object
    Paginationunpaged :
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL17168804M


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The princess of Tomboso: A fairy-tale in pictures Hardcover – Import, by Frank Newfeld (Author)Author: Frank Newfeld. The Princess of Tomboso: (I actually made this into a play that I act out on drama-based lesson day in my class!) Three brothers compete to win the hand of a beautiful, but less than trustworthy, princess using their magical gifts/5(16).

Kate Stradling is the author of The Legendary Inge ( avg rating, ratings, 62 reviews, published ), Namesake ( avg rating, ratings, 52 /5. The princess of tomboso: a fairy tale in picture, by Frank Newfeld ; based on the story collected by Marius Barbeau & retold by Michael Hornyansky in The golden phoenix., Toronto Public Library Skip Navigation.

The book containts eight re-told French-Canadian fairy tales from the collections of Marius Barbeau. The stories were all gathered from the oral tradition along the St.

Lawrence River, and they all have European origins (even though the Princess of Tomboso, for example, was first collected from the Ojibwe, who probably heard it from traders)/5.

In “Ti-Jean and the Princess of Tomboso” he eventually outwits a greedy princess; in “Ti-Jean the Marble Player” he gets the best of a pint-sized scoundrel; and in “How Ti-Jean Became a Fiddler” he turns the tables on a too-clever-for-her-own-good seigneur’s daughter, and finds true love in the process/5.

My favorites are "The Princess of Tomboso," "The Sly Thief of Valenciennes," and, of course, "Scurvyhead" & "Sir Goldenhair" together, but the book as a whole (and each story on its own, really) is a literary treasure/5.

Take a look at THE GOLDEN PHOENIX AND OTHER FRENCH-CANDIAN FAIRY TALES According to it contains the stories: The Golden Phoenix The Princess of Tomboso The Fairy quite contrary. Scurbyhead.

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Toronto: Reed Books Canada, and also in Italo Calvino's Fiabe Italiani Princess of Tomboso - Quebec Ti-Jean and his brothers inherit three magical objects but Ti-Jean loses all of them to the beautiful, but tricky Princess of Tomboso.

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The Stories: Ti-Jean (Petit Jean) is the hero princess of Tomboso book many of the folktales of French Canada. The English equivalent of Ti-Jean is "Jack" as in Jack and the Beanstalk or Jack the Giant Killer. (K-8) The NFB also distributes CBC's excellent minute colour film "The Princess of Tomboso." Jacques, the hero, is Ti-Jean by a slightly different name.

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The Princess of Tomboso: a fairy-tale in pictures. Based on the story collected by Marius Barbeau and retold by Michael Hornyansky in The golden phoenix (Free on ) How the Chipmunk Got its Stripes, by Nancy Cleaver (A version by Joseph Bruchac ($) is free to borrow online ).

But in one of my favourites, The Princess of Tomboso, some of these themes are turned upside down. This story begins with a common situation. A king is dying and leaves his three sons each one magical item which will make their fortune.

Jacques, the youngest, decides to go to Tomboso to try to win over the beautiful princess who lives there. The golden phoenix --The princess of Tomboso --The fairy quite contrary --Scurvyhead --Sir Goldenhair --The fountain of youth --Jacques the woodcutter --The sly thief of Valenciennes --About the stories.

The book containts eight re-told French-Canadian fairy tales from the collections of Marius Barbeau. The stories were all gathered from the oral tradition along the St.

Lawrence River, and they all have European origins (even though the Princess of Tomboso, for example, was first collected from the Ojibwe, who probably heard it from traders).Author: A Tarkabarka Hölgy.

“Ti Jean and the Princess of Tomboso” tells how Ti Jean carelessly loses his and his brother’s magical inheritance to a self-centered princess, and then how he retrieves the items. The story opens up lots of good conversation topics. The Princess of Tomboso: A Fairy-Tale in Pictures () A story about a princess with an ever-growing nose, adopted by Newfeld and Toye from a story in the book “The Golden Phoenix” from ; To save printing costs, had to alternate between pages of coloured illustrations and pages with black and white line drawings; pg.

The Princess of Tomboso: A Fairy-Tale in Pictures () A story about a princess with an ever-growing nose, adopted by Newfeld and Toye from a story in the book “The Golden Phoenix” from ; To save printing costs, had to alternate between pages of coloured illustrations and pages with black and white line drawings; pg.

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While she is the "villain" of the story, she usually gets away with being taught a lesson in the end (by magically growing antlers and then losing Author: A Tarkabarka Hölgy.

12 delightful fairy tales from the French and English traditions of Canada, including "The Princess of Tomboso," "St. Nicholas and the Children," and "Jean-Pierre and the Old Witch." For grades The Three Billy Goats Gruff by Peter Christen Asbjornsen.

BR or RC The Princess of Tomboso: (I actually made this into a play that I act out on drama-based lesson day in my class!) Three brothers compete to win the hand of a beautiful, but less than trustworthy, princess using their magical gifts/5(10).

To date, one book has sold well over half a million copies. The book was called Alligator Pie and has just celebrated its 40th anniversary. To the world of children's literature, Newfeld has personally contributed three of his own books: The Princess of Tomboso, Simon and the Golden Sword and Creatures.

Marvelous Transformations is an anthology of tales and original critical essays that moves beyond canonized “classics” and old paradigms, documenting the points of historical connection between literary tales and field-based collections. This innovative anthology reflects current interdisciplinary scholarship on oral traditions and the cultural history of the print fairy tale.

In these three imaginative stories, Jan Andrews introduces us to Quebec&#;s traditional folktale hero, Ti-Jean. He&#;s an endearing character who is both wise and foolish, and though he does find himself in hard situations (often of his own making), in the end, he somehow manages to do Author: Jan Andrews.

For example, from the old French European authority construct, a king and princess are featured in the first story, “Ti-Jean and the Princess of Tomboso.” However, the third story, “How Ti-Jean Became a Fiddler,” references the, “les seigneurs,” wealthy French colonists who came to Canada (Andrews 53).

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I also took out several books, either Missing: princess of Tomboso. The healing spring --The princess of Tomboso --The three golden hairs --Little Golden Sun and Little Golden Star --The fairy child --Jean-Pierre and the old witch --Goldenhair --St. Nicholas and the children --Beauty and the beast --Ti-Jean and the unicorn --Ti-Jean brings home the moon --Ti-Jean and the white cat.

In "Ti-Jean and the Princess of Tomboso" he outwits a greedy princess; in "Ti-Jean the Marble Player" he gets the best of a pint-sized scoundrel; and in "How Ti-Jean Became a Fiddler" he turns the tables on a too-clever-for-her-own-good seigneur's daughter, and.

The book containts eight re-told French-Canadian fairy tales from the collections of Marius Barbeau. The stories were all gathered from the oral tradition along the St.

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“Ti Jean and the Princess of Tomboso” tells how Ti Jean carelessly loses his and his brother’s magical inheritance to a self-centered princess, and then how he retrieves the items.

The story opens up lots of good conversation topics. Marvelous transformations: an anthology of fairy tales and contemporary critical perspectives. The Golden Phoenix and Other French-Canadian Fairy Tales (), retold by Michael Hornyansky. The Princess of Tomboso, performed by Marcel Tremblay an anthology of fairy tales and contemporary critical perspectives\/span>\n \u00A0\u00A0.

Get this from a library. When Apples Grew Noses and White Horses Flew: Tales of Ti-Jean. [Jan Andrews; Duan Petricic] -- In these three imaginative stories, Jan Andrews introduces us to Quebec's traditional folktale hero, Ti-Jean.

He's an endearing character who is both wise and foolish, and though he does find himself. Get this from a library. The golden phoenix, and other French-Canadian fairy tales. [Marius Barbeau; Michael Hornyansky; Art Price] -- Eight European fairy tales brought from France that have become part of French-Canadian folklore.

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