Published October 1, 1990
by New Canadian Library .
Written in English
|Contributions||George Bowering (Afterword)|
|The Physical Object|
|Format||Mass Market Paperback|
|Number of Pages||224|
Swamp Angel is a Caldecott Honor Book by Anne Isaacs along with gorgeous illustrations by Paul O. Zelinsky and it is about how Tennessees greatest woods woman, Swamp Angel, tries to outsmart a threatening black bear named Thundering Tarnation/5. Swamp Angel 's mother is holding this gigantic baby (Swamp Angel) in the very first picture. Throughout the book, Zelinsky creates pictures of Swamp Angel doing outlandish and impossible things. She almost seems to be too big for the book because she is . About Swamp Angel. Working in an American primitive style animated by the humor and storytelling genius for which he is renowned, Caldecott Winner artist Paul O. Zelinsky puts oils to cherry and maple for this tall-tale competition between a Tennessee woods-woman extraordinaire and a hungry, fearsome ring Tarnation has a bottomless appetite for settler’s grub. The following text is excerpted from the award winning book, Gate of Hell, Campaign for Charleston Harbour, , By Stephen R. Wise, University of South Carolina Press, with the gracious permission of the author. Wise is the director of the Museum at Parris Island and a member of the Board of the S.C. Battleground Preservation Trust, Inc.
This Tennessee tall tale concerns Angelina Longrider, who even as a child was a real big gal; in fact, and without being too gender-specific, she strongly resembles another wonderkid by the name of Paul Bunyan—and she's just as much fun. Angelina—a late bloomer—builds her first log cabin when she's two, rescues a wagon train from Dejection Swamp (hence Swamp Angel), even tangles with Author: Anne Isaacs. Swamp Angel by Anne Isaacs and Paul O. Zelinsky "On August 1, , when Angelica Longrider took her first gulp of air on this earth, read more "On August 1, , when Angelica Longrider took her first gulp of air on this earth, there was nothing to suggest that she would become the greatest woodswoman in . The TRUE story of the 3 little pigs by as told to Jon Scieszka. Grandma Annii's Story Time - Duration: Grandma Annii Recommended for you. Also the author of Caldecott Honor Book Swamp Angel, Anne Isaacs was born and raised in Buffalo, New feels most at home in rural environments such as the redwood forest near Santa Cruz, California where she lives with her husband and three children have built their own treehouse, which they share with several squirrels and blue : Penguin Young Readers Group.
The theme of SWAMP ANGEL is a universal theme of good (Swamp Angel) triumphing over evil (the bear and the taunting man). This theme is told through cultural motifs such as home-spun dresses, swamps, wagon trains, log cabins, and twisters that represent the cultural heritage of . Swamp Angel can lasso a tornado, and drink an entire lake dry. She single-handedly defeats the fearsome bear known as Thundering Tarnation, wrestling him from the top of the Great Smoky Mountains. Online shopping from a great selection at Books Store. According to this original tall tale, Angelica Longstrider, better known as Swamp Angel, is the greatest woodswoman in Tennessee history. Reviews "This delightful production deserves a place in .