9 edition of The spider weaver found in the catalog.
In this retelling of a tale from Ghana, a wondrous spider shows two Ashanti weavers how to make intricate, colorful patterns in the cloth that they weave.
|Statement||by Margaret Musgrove ; illustrated by Julia Cairns.|
|Contributions||Cairns, Julia, ill.|
|LC Classifications||PZ8.1.M965 Sp 2001|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||1 v. (unpaged) :|
|LC Control Number||00041462|
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This is a great book for kids. I needed it for an international festival where our weaver's guild had a booth. I wanted to show the story of kente cloth. Though the book was used, it was as advertised and was great for my purpose.
I plan to share it with others and use it for other projects on weaving and/or Africa/5(14). This book The Spider Weaver is a children's folklore book for ages This book is about a master spider weaver who has a remarkable gift she gave to the people in Ghana.
The colorful patterns of these magical webs were woven into kente cloth fabric. I rated this book a 4 out of 5 stars because of the way that it stood out to me/5. The Spider Weaver: A Legend of Kente Cloth Margaret Musgrove, Author, Julia Cairns, Illustrator, Julia Cairns, Joint Author Blue Sky Press (AZ) $ (40p) ISBN Buy this book.
A long time ago, Yosaku, a farmer, was in a small village, and he was a nice person and famous there. He always worked in a field. One day he was working as usual and saw that a snake was trying to eat a spider just at that time. Yosaku was sorry for the spider and helped him. The spider was not caught by the snake thanks to Yosaku's help.
The Spider Weaver: A Legend of Kente by Margaret Musgrove and illustrations by Julia Cairns Blue Sky Press (Scholastic), February$, ISBN Margaret Musgrove follows her acclaimed debut children's book Ashanti to Zulu (), a winner of the Caldecott Medal for illustrations by Leo and Diane Dillon, with another West.
"The Spider Weaver" is a great book for children. The first reason why I loved this book is the descriptive language used. The author uses wonderful descriptive words to really enhance the story.
For example, the author writes "The light of the lantern had fallen on an amazing sight, glowing like moonbeams against the midnight sky."/5(6). This is a great book for kids. I needed it for an international festival where our weaver's guild had a booth.
I wanted to show the story of kente cloth. Though the book was used, it was as advertised and was great for my purpose. I plan to share it with others and use it for other projects on weaving and/or Africa/5(12). Spider Woman's Daughter is a release and the first Leaphorn/Chee mystery written by Anne Hillerman, daughter of the series originator Tony title of the book is derived from Native American legends.
Spider Woman was the one who taught the Navajo people how to weave. Officer Bernadette Manuelito is the daughter of a weaver, and married to Officer Jim : Anne Hillerman.
: The Spider Weaver: A Legend Of Kente Cloth () by Musgrove, Margaret and a great selection of similar New, Used and Collectible Books available now at great prices/5(91). The Spider Weaver is an African folktale book about the mythical creation of Kente Cloth.
The legend dates back to the 17th century in the village of Bonwire in the country of Ghana. The author, Margaret Musgrove has traveled to West Africa many times over the years to conduct research, travel and teach. Buy a cheap copy of The Spider Weaver: A Legend Of Kente book by Margaret Musgrove.
Weavers in Ghana all know the story of the remarkable spider that showed two enterprising weavers a brand new way to weave beautiful patterns into their cloth. Free shipping over $ Perfect for youngsters 5 and up, The Spider Weaver includes an afterword about the story and the history of Kente cloth and is a terrific introduction to African folklore that shouldn't be missed.
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This is the legend of that master spider weaver and the remarkable gift she gave to people everywhere. It is said that long, long ago, a beautiful spider created a web so intricate and magnificent that the Ashanti weavers of Ghana still tell the story today.
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The story in this book is widely known among the weavers in Ghana and dates back to the mid-seventeenth century during the time of King Oti Akenten. Today, kente cloth is worn all over the world, but most often by heads of state in different African countries.
Even now, certain patterns are /5(3).The Spider Weaver has provided an interesting twist in this realm. Julia Cairns provides the visual background for the story, while Margaret Musgrove has woven a wonderful story of the Kente cloth, the Ashanti people and the spider that enabled the translation of the gift to the weavers of Ghana.
References. Carlson, E. (n.d.).In her first book for children since Ashanti to Zulu (, a Caldecott winner for illustrators Leo and Diane Dillon), Musgrove retells a beguiling Ashanti tale about the origin of kente cloth.
Two gentle weavers discover by chance an astonishing, multicolored spider web in the forest. To their dismay—as much at the spider's loss as their owntheir efforts to carry it home for study.