Peggony Po A Whale of a Tale Peggony Po is no ordinary sailor boy He was carved from the piece of driftwood that saved his father Galleon s life after he tried to capture Cetus the biggest meanest whale of them all

  • Title: Peggony-Po: A Whale of a Tale
  • Author: Andrea Davis Pinkney Brian Pinkney
  • ISBN: 9780786819584
  • Page: 499
  • Format: Hardcover
  • Peggony Po is no ordinary sailor boy He was carved from the piece of driftwood that saved his father Galleon s life after he tried to capture Cetus, the biggest, meanest whale of them all.

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    1. Andrea Davis Pinkney Brian Pinkney

      Andrea Davis Pinkney is the New York Times bestselling author of than 20 books for children, including the Caldecott Honor Book and Coretta Scott King Honor Book Duke Ellington, illustrated by Brian Pinkney Let it Shine Stories of Black Women Freedom Fighters, a Coretta Scott King Honor Book and winner of the Carter G Woodson Award and Alvin Ailey, a Parenting Publication Gold medal winner.Pinkney s newest books include Meet the Obamas and Sojourner Truth s Step Stomp Stride, which has garnered three starred reviews and has been named one of the Best Books of 2009 by School Library Journal In 2010, Andrea s book entitled Sit In How Four Friends Stood Up By Sitting Down, was published on the 50th anniversary of the Greensboro, North Carolina, sit ins of 1960.Her mother is a teacher and her father is a great storyteller, so growing up surrounded by books and stories is what inspired Andrea Davis Pinkney to choose a career as an author The first official story she remembers writing was in second grade it was about her family Pinkney was born in Washington, D.C and raised in Connecticut She went to Syracuse University, where she majored in journalism After college, she followed her dream and worked as an editor for Essence magazine, but after watching her husband, Caldecott Award winning artist Brian Pinkney, illustrate children s books, she decided to switch jobs and became involved in book publishing.Andrea Davis Pinkney currently lives in Brooklyn, New York For information, please see answers topic andrea d

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    1. Peggony Po A Whale of a Tale, by Andrea Davis Pinkney, illustrated by Brian Pinkney Hyperion, 2006 32 p Traditional Picture book.Summary Peggony Po is a sea tale regaling the story of a huge, mythical whale who terrorizes every ship in the sea Galleon, a seaman who lost his leg to Cetus the whale, carves Peggony Po out of wood and raises him on the sea Peggony Po is eventually the one who is able to tame the whale, and finally rid the world of the beast.Critique a The Pinkneys combined story and [...]

    2. This is essentially a different take on the story of Pinocchio the black version of Pinocchio if you will The tale of a brave whale hunter, Galleon Keene, who crafts a wooden boy after losing his leg to a great whale monster that terrorizes the oceans Galleon could not be pleased when the wooden boy whom he names Peggony Po comes to life and is adamant about carrying on his Father s legacy of hunting down the great and terrifying whale Although Peggony Po is young and small, to everyone s delig [...]

    3. Summary This is a sea going story of a young boy on a whaling ship who finally captures the great whale Cetus, who has escaped the capture of many sailors before.Response I really enjoyed this story I am not usually drawn to stories of ships and sea adventures, and I enjoyed trying something outside my usual interests The language is delightful there is a wonderful rhythm to it and a real energy in the structure The illustrations wonderful as well with the feeling of old woodcuts they capture th [...]

    4. In my head, Peggony Po A Whale of a Tale is the anti Moby Dick tale even though I ve never read Moby Dick nor do I want to for obvious reasons.

    5. This is a nice tale which also features African American protagonists There was a bit of Pinocchio to it, and also some of Moby Dick Regardless, I both appreciated the story and also the thought and effort the author put into making something that promoted positive African American americana The art was colorful and whimsical Plus, whaling is just so cool, a part of the development of so many nations It s nice to have a children s book that addresses that aspect of history.

    6. I felt like this story was really odd, nothing that I particularly fell in love with It is about a boy made out of wood who captures a whale This book gives hope to those who are small, and shows that we all have the capabilities to do anything Can help children understand that determination makes a difference.

    7. I liked the pictures I thought it was a little strange that the sailor made a son out of wood It just seemed kind of funny to me.Peggony Po the wood son captures the whale and the whale dies I don t like how the whale was washed up onto the shore and then eaten by the crew I became attached to the whale and wanted him to escape rather than having Peggony Po capture him.

    8. This was somewhat strange At first I thought of Pinocchio based on the wooden boy but it wasn t like a variation of that I also expected a slightly different ending Oh well, interesting illustrations.

    9. This is a fun and informative book with lively sea shanties and illustrations that capture the essence of life at sea on a whaler I like the fun, folktale feel of the story and the fantastic feats by the wooden boy Our girls enjoyed this story a lot.

    10. Shyam says he loves this book He likes that there are pirates in it and he loves that the whale gets chased under the water FYI, mama did not like this book at all It s about hunting whales and so of course, this one didn t sit well with the animal rights loving vegetarian.

    11. This books has a fun rhythm and tone for students, but much of the material seemed to confuse my 2nd grade class I like the use of pirates on the sea to catch their attention, and the African American characters are definitely not typical of a pirate book.

    12. Interesting and outlandish The kind of story I might have loved as a boy Illustrations were wonderful even if one note.

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