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Precious and the Boo Hag

Pat McKissack

Precious and the Boo Hag

by Pat McKissack

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Published by Atheneum Books for Young Readers in New York .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Monsters -- Juvenile fiction,
  • Courage -- Juvenile fiction,
  • Sick -- Juvenile fiction,
  • African Americans -- Juvenile fiction

  • About the Edition

    Home alone with a stomachache while the family works in the fields, a young girl faces up to the horrifying Boo Hag that her brother warned her about.

    Edition Notes

    StatementPatricia C. McKissack and Onawumi Jean Moss ; illustrated by Kyrsten Brooker.
    GenreJuvenile fiction
    ContributionsMoss, Onawumi Jean., Brooker, Kyrsten.
    The Physical Object
    Pagination1 v. (unpaged) :
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL23273464M
    ISBN 100689851944
    LC Control Number2002001571

    McKissack, Patricia C. PRECIOUS AND THE BOO HAG New York: Atheneum/Anne Schwartz Books, IL K-3, RL ISBN (2 booktalks). When Precious is left home alone with a stomachache, she's got nothing but a warning from Mama -- "Don't let nothing or nobody into this house"-- to keep her see, "nothing or nobody" could turn out to be something awful: the Boo Hag! The Boo Hag's got a voice that rumbles like thunder and hair that shoots out like : Patricia C. McKissack, Onawumi Jean Moss.

    Buy Precious and the Boo Hag by Patricia C McKissack, Onawumi Jean Moss, Kyrsten Brooker (Illustrator) online at Alibris. We have new and used copies available, in 1 editions - starting at $ Shop now.   Precious and the Boo Hag. New York: Anne Schwartz Book. Appetizer: Young Precious is home sick with a stomachache while the rest of her family must leave to work on the crops. Before leaving, Precious's brother warns her about Pruella the Boo Hag who will come and try to make Precious disobey their mother.

    A Comprehension Packet That Includes: Character, Theme, Key Ideas and Details,Vocabulary, and Figurative Language Precious and the Boo Hag is a story that will surely capture your students’ attention. This book will make them want to listen closely and has great teaching opportunities! In this story, the main character, Precious has a stomachache and stays home 4/5(2). Home alone with a stomachache while the family works in the fields, a young girl faces up to the horrifying Boo Hag that her brother warned her about. Other Authors: Moss, Onawumi Jean.


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Precious and the Boo Hag by Pat McKissack Download PDF EPUB FB2

Precious has no idea how tricky a Boo Hag can be. With quick wit (and hilarious sing-song taunts) Precious teaches the Boo Hag a lesson she won't soon forget. I fell in love with this book the first time I read it. As a Media Specialist, I have used it for many story times and the children can never get enough/5(18).

Precious and the Boo Hag is about a little girl named Precious. Precious stays home alone with a stomachache while the family works in the fields/5. About The Book When Precious is left home alone with a stomachache, she's got nothing but a warning from Mama -- "Don't let nothing or nobody into this house"-- to keep her company.

You see, "nothing or nobody" could turn out to be somethingawful: the Boo Hag!Released on: Janu   So when the Boo Hag comes calling, will Precious be clever enough to outwit even the trickiest trickster. Here's an oh-so-funny — and not- too -scary — story from Newbery Honor-winning author Patricia C.

McKissack and Onawumi Jean Moss that's paired with spirited, folksy illustrations by Kyrsten : Atheneum Books for Young Readers.

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McKissack. A young African-American girl named Precious has a stomachache, so she has to stay at home alone while the whole family leaves to plant corn.5/5(5). The Boo Hag is a legendary creature from the Gullah of South Carolina. Children will be delighted by this rollicking, rhythmic original tale about the courageous girl who is too clever to be fooled by Pruella the Boo Hag.

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Read aloud of "Precious and the Boo Hag." Closure activity includes a writing prompt with a picture of the Boo Hag. Left home alone because of a stomachache, Precious cleverly outwits the Boo Hag by singing her own wonderful little song.

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Get it today with Same Day Delivery, Order Pickup or Drive : $ Precious and the Boo Hag by Patricia C. McKissack, Onawumi Jean Moss, and Kyrsten Brooker Like any good sibling, Precious’s brother is only too happy to clue her in read more 12 Total Resources 4 Awards View Text Complexity Submit Text Complexity.

The Full Version for the Story will be available for Purchase Soon. Until then, Enjoy Part 1. for Free ComingSoon More Good Stories to Come @ https. So Precious experience three different people who try to get in the house who happen to be the Boo Hag.

When her mother gets home, she is so proud of her for not letting her in. This is a great book that will teach children to not let anyone into their homes when their parents aren't there/5(3). Children's Book Review: PRECIOUS AND THE BOO HAG by Patricia C.

McKissack, Author, Onawumi Jean Moss, Author, Kyrsten Brooker, Illustrator, illus. by Kyrsten Brooker. Atheneum/Schwartz $ (0p). Listen to Precious and the Boo Hag by Patricia McKissack,O.J. Moss,Sisi Aisha Johnson for free with a 30 day free trial. Listen to unlimited* audiobooks on the web, iPad, iPhone and Android.

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AbeBooks has been part of the rare book. It's Pruella the Boo Hag and she wants into Precious's house. When the intimidation technique doesn't work, Precious soon finds a strange woman on her porch asking for a drink. Pure water, however, reveals the woman to be nothing more than a disguised Pruella/5.

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Precious questions Pruella's existence but also stores a few ideas about how to recognize the crafty woman. Sisi Johnson brings the Boo Hag to spooky life. Her changing voice--shifting from pleas to come in to sweet coaxing to exasperation--shows the many devious sides of Pruella.After repeatedly seeing through a series of flawed disguises (the Boo Hag being powerful, but none too bright), Precious drifts off to sleep in triumph, supposing—wrongly, as a nape-prickling final scene reveals—that the Hag has given up.

Fine fare for Halloween, or general under-the-covers reading. (Picture book. ). The Boo Hag's got a voice that rumbles like thunder and hair that shoots out like lightning. And she can disguise herself to look like anything. So when the Boo Hag comes calling, will Precious be clever enough to outwit even the trickiest trickster?

Quick Story: I grew up being well aware of who the boo hag was. In Gullah Geechee culture, the.