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by Judy Freeman

  • Author: Judy Freeman
  • ISBN: 1890604011
  • ISBN13: 978-1890604011
  • ePub: 1697 kb | FB2: 1800 kb
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Rock Hill Pr (June 1, 1997)
  • Pages: 133
  • Rating: 4.3/5
  • Votes: 996
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Hi Ho Librario!: Songs, Chants, and Stories to Keep Kids Humming ePub download

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Publication date 01 Jun 1997. Publisher Turtleback Books. Publication City/Country United States. ISBN13 9780613999793. Categories: Primary & Middle Schools. Primary & Middle Schools.

Many songs and chants in this collection are original compositions by Freeman, who does play the guitar. Other selections include traditional stories and rhymes, as well as folk songs with new lyrics. The book is loosely divided into three chapters. My colleagues and I find Freeman's book and CD/cassette of original and classic songs and chants for librarians and teachers to be both uplifting and useful. To give just a few specifics: My elementary school students could readily locate the fairytale section and identify the characteristics of fairytales because of "Look for 39.

ISBN13:9781890604004. Release Date:June 1997.

Hi Ho Librario! Songs, Chants, and Stories to Keep Kids Humming. Published June 1997 by Rock Hill Press. Internet Archive Wishlist.

Judy Freeman is a children’s literature consultant and the author of More Books Kids Will Sit Still For (Bowker/Greenwood, 1995: 1-800-225-5800; ww. reenwood

Judy Freeman is a children’s literature consultant and the author of More Books Kids Will Sit Still For (Bowker/Greenwood, 1995: 1-800-225-5800; ww. reenwood. com); and Hi Ho Librario: Songs, Chants, and Stories to Keep Kids Humming, a package that includes a book and tape cassette (Rock Hill Press, 1997: 1–888–ROCKHILL).

Hi ho librario! : songs, chants, and stories to keep kids humming, by Judy Freeman. Freeman, Judy author. Publication Information. Bala Cynwyd, PA : Rock Hill Press, 1997. School libraries - Songs and music. Books - Songs and music. School libraries Songs and music. Books Songs and music.

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Includes the words, music, stories, and background information for a collection of original works designed to encourage children to love books, language, and the library
Rias
Love this book! I wish I could find the accompanying cd!
Shakanos
Excellent resource for librarians and/or teachers that love reading.
just one girl
I was disconcerted to read a prior negative reader review of Judy Freeman's wonderful Hi Ho Librario. My colleagues and I find Freeman's book and CD/cassette of original and classic songs and chants for librarians and teachers to be both uplifting and useful. To give just a few specifics: My elementary school students could readily locate the fairytale section and identify the characteristics of fairytales because of "Look for 398.2." They loved to tell me the difference between fiction and non-fiction by singing the "Non-Fiction Books" chant to me. Other songs and chants can easily be worked in to spark up or supplement daily lessons and activities for librarians and classroom teachers or to enrich the reading of a picture book. Few librarians and teachers are able to play the guitar and sing as skillfully as Freeman. Her CD/cassette allow us and our students to accompany her lively, adept, and satisfying songs and chants. The "Didactic" review is clearly off-target and demonstrates a lack of classroom experience and understanding of children. Children learn best when they enjoy learning. The songs and chants act as mnemonic devices for learning, enliven classes, and help to break the sterotypical "librarians are BORING mold." Brava, Judy.
Enalonasa
This is a wonderful resource for an elementary school or children's librarian in a public library. The songs included teach library basics, and Freeman adds many songs and book titles that prompt library lessons. The children in my school have learned library skills through the songs and chants Freeman wrote. The only drawback is that for a non musician, the CD (not available through Amazon) is a must.
Fenrikree
I purchased this book over a year ago and use it constantly! Judy Freeman's material is fresh and gives you the extra boost to start the year or keep your program humming. I especially like the section of "Children's Books to Use with Hi Ho Librario". It has a wealth of information that is practical and easy to use. I would recommend this book to anyone looking to improve their library program.
Nagor
Judy Freeman renews the experienced Library Media Specialist and inspires the novice. Her use of music and song energize activities in the library and encourage even the nonmusician. Her joy in what she does is contagious; her knowledge of children's literature is impressive.
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