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The Musubi Man: Hawai'i's Gingerbread Man [PDF] ✪ The Musubi Man: Hawai'i's Gingerbread Man ✬ Sandi Takayama – Natus-physiotherapy.co.uk The Musubi Man Like the Gingerbread Man in the classic tale, the Musubi Man leads his pursuers on a merry chase Full description The Musubi Man: Hawai'i's ePUB ´ Man Like the Gingerbread Man in the classic tale, the Musubi Man leads his pursuers on a merry chase Full description.


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10 thoughts on “The Musubi Man: Hawai'i's Gingerbread Man

  1. Linda Rusche Linda Rusche says:

    Really fun to read Bright happy illustrations Neat take on the classic gingerbread the.


  2. Christine Christine says:

    Cute story The musubi man is a little bit funny and creepy looking Will be looking for a heart shaped umeboshi so we can make our own


  3. Dina Dina says:

    Great book I bought it while on vacation in Hawaii to add to my runaway stories Gingerbread man I always go to the Asian section of the grocery store buy a few ingredients that make the musabi man and we do a taste test after the story This story also helps lead us into writing our own runaway stories, using our favorite foods Great book I bought it while on vacation in Hawaii to add to my runaway stories Gingerbread man I always go to the Asian section of the grocery store buy a few ingredients that make the musabi man and we do a taste test after the story This story also helps lead us into writing our own runaway stories, using our favorite foods


  4. Dolly Dolly says:

    This is a fun Hawaiian take on the Gingerbread man story Much of the story is written in pidgin, as that s how the gingerbread man speaks, and although it makes perfect sense to me, it could be confusing to others And folks outside of Hawaii and Japan might be confused by the musubicommonly known as onigiri in Japan The delectable combination of sushi rice, spam, and egg all wrapped up in nori seaweed is a wonderful sandwich that is extremely popular here and a quick snack our girls This is a fun Hawaiian take on the Gingerbread man story Much of the story is written in pidgin, as that s how the gingerbread man speaks, and although it makes perfect sense to me, it could be confusing to others And folks outside of Hawaii and Japan might be confused by the musubicommonly known as onigiri in Japan The delectable combination of sushi rice, spam, and egg all wrapped up in nori seaweed is a wonderful sandwich that is extremely popular here and a quick snack our girls love While I m not a big fan of our girls learning pidgin, they aren t exposed to it too much and it is cute in the story Our girls also saw a theater production of this a couple of times, presented by the Hawaii Theater for Youth It s much better on stage than in the book


  5. Jill Jill says:

    I first heard this book during student teaching when the speech teacher read it to my class This was our Thursday rendition of the Gingerbread Man story It is the Hawaiian version , so to speak I liked that we were being exposed to a subculture of the United States Plus my kids are obsessed with the idea of Hawaii so they were really into the story.The Musubi Man spoke in Pidgin, which was culturally accurate but a bit difficult to read and sort of non understandable to my Midwestern student I first heard this book during student teaching when the speech teacher read it to my class This was our Thursday rendition of the Gingerbread Man story It is the Hawaiian version , so to speak I liked that we were being exposed to a subculture of the United States Plus my kids are obsessed with the idea of Hawaii so they were really into the story.The Musubi Man spoke in Pidgin, which was culturally accurate but a bit difficult to read and sort of non understandable to my Midwestern students.Overall, the kids liked it but didn t love it I think there could ve been a better illustrator, but I liked the story


  6. Pua Hawaiʻi Book Blog Pua Hawaiʻi Book Blog says:

    The Musubi Man is a local retelling of the popular children s tale, The Gingerbread Man Takayama puts her own Hawaii twist on the story by including such colorful characters as the poi dog, mynah bird, mongoose and a surfer, as well as numerous local staples like ono food and beautiful, realistic settings Illustrator Pat Hall does a tremendous job translating Takayama s story into a vibrant and colorful world.Complete review here The Musubi Man is a local retelling of the popular children s tale, The Gingerbread Man Takayama puts her own Hawaii twist on the story by including such colorful characters as the poi dog, mynah bird, mongoose and a surfer, as well as numerous local staples like ono food and beautiful, realistic settings Illustrator Pat Hall does a tremendous job translating Takayama s story into a vibrant and colorful world.Complete review here


  7. Cindy Cindy says:

    The Musubi Man Written by Sandi Takayama illustrated by Pat Hall 1996The Musubi Man is an adaptation of the classic Gingerbread Man told from a Hawaiian perspective The musubi man is made of rice and seaweed and runs from a tiny house in the taro patch The little man has limu hair, a nori jacket, takuan eyes, ebi nose and a mouth of red ginger He also has a umeboshi heart He runs from the poi dog, the mynh bird who is sitting in a papaya tree and a sleek mongoose A surfer takes the place o The Musubi Man Written by Sandi Takayama illustrated by Pat Hall 1996The Musubi Man is an adaptation of the classic Gingerbread Man told from a Hawaiian perspective The musubi man is made of rice and seaweed and runs from a tiny house in the taro patch The little man has limu hair, a nori jacket, takuan eyes, ebi nose and a mouth of red ginger He also has a umeboshi heart He runs from the poi dog, the mynh bird who is sitting in a papaya tree and a sleek mongoose A surfer takes the place of the classic fox


  8. Meadow Meadow says:

    The Hawaiian take on the Gingerbread Man Pretty funny.


  9. Elizabeth Elizabeth says:

    This is a Hawaiian take on the Gingerbread Man story.


  10. Chacha Centeno Chacha Centeno says:

    Would make a fun readfor those who get tired of the Gingerbread ManBabyBoy.


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