4 edition of The amiable giant found in the catalog.
Little girl hears the giant"s plea and helps the villagers outwit a wicked wizard. Grades 3-5.
|Statement||by Louis Slobodkin|
|LC Classifications||PZ8.S395 Am|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||33|
from then on there was no person (or giant) that was more kindhearted and amiable than himthough there IS another version that says that little jesus touches the giant and that the giant dies under that tree and jesus takes him to heaven. personally i like that versionn better than the first. For example, when The Amiable Giant (Slobodkin, ) was introduced to a group of first graders in the context of a “Gi- ant Unit,” several children asked for File Size: KB.
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Get this from a library. The amiable giant. [Louis Slobodkin] -- A wicked wizard tells the villagers that a giant is demanding all their goods, but a little girl learns what the giant really wants, and the villagers outwit the greedy wizard and make friends with.
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[Louis Slobodkin] -- "Good morning, I just came down to pass the time of day," said the very friendly Giant. But no one heard what he said, for they were all so frightened they ran in their houses. And it was the wicked. A fairy tale by an amiable yarn spinner who illustrates his own work with spirit relates an amusing medieval plight.
The giant, who likes to The amiable giant book occasionally into the little village at the foot of his castle hill, is friendly, but the scared villagers never stay around long enough to find this out. They are held in check by a wicked wizard who tells them not to listen and that the giant.
T here was once an amiable Giant who lived, as most giants do, in a big, black, granite castle on the top of a tremendous mountain. And since he was an amiable (really friendly) Giant and he was lonesome living all alone in his big castle, sometimes he came down from his mountain top to visit the little people who lived in the pretty village in the valley.
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However, Slobodkin did not become involved in children's literature until Louis Slobodkin entered the Beaux Arts Institute of Design, where he studied drawing, composition, and sculpture, at the age of fifteen.
In his six years there, he won over 20 medals for his work, and was awarded the Louis Tiffany Foundation. The amiable giant Item Preview remove-circle Internet Archive Contributor Internet Archive Language English. Little girl hears the giant's plea and helps the villagers outwit a wicked wizard.
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