Joe Hayes (kindle / Pdf) Grandpas Ha La Loo YA Hambone – DOC and Kindle eBook


  • Hardcover
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  • Grandpas Ha La Loo YA Hambone
  • Joe Hayes
  • en
  • 18 October 2018
  • 9781941026564

10 thoughts on “Grandpas Ha La Loo YA Hambone

  1. says:

    Grandpa is like everyone else in this small Southwest town he is sick of beans Beans for breakfast lunch and dinner When Joe’s dad has the i

  2. says:

    Antonio Castro’s paintings are the factor that elevated this tall tale from a 3 star rating to a 4 for me Such fabulous facial expressions ext

  3. says:

    Hilarious story about a family of farmers I am still laughing about the story This poor family has bad diet where only beans grow So when gra

  4. says:

    This is a really cute southern tall tale with amazingly life like illustrations colored pencil drawings The main theme of the book is recycling or reusing A community is forced to eat beans every day for every meal Out of desperation one man buys a ham to season the beans for his family and his thrifty resourceful wife decides to reuse the

  5. says:

    A tall tale about a family who makes the best of trying times It gives insight to what it might have been like in the Depression era for some families This family was living off beans and beans until momma made th

  6. says:

    Another Bluebonnet Nominee and I loved it I think I liked it because we have a tall tale in our family When we were a very young family my Dad was a pastor and my parents had been given a meaty hambone Mom and Dad said it was the wo

  7. says:

    I had such high expectations for this book since I love all of Joe Hayes' other books but this one fell a bit flat for me

  8. says:

    A grandson tells of how his frugal mother reused a hambone week after week They only had beans to eat and his mother would cook the

  9. says:

    This short comical story is about what happens when there is nothing to eat but beans every day Then there is a ham bone carefully rationed to last Word gets around in the neighborhood and others want to borrow

  10. says:

    Good old fashion storytelling with a dash of hyperbole make this a fun story to read Joe grows up in a dirt poo

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Grandpas Ha La Loo YA Hambone

Kids today grow up knowing all about recycling But when Joe Hayes was a kid recycling hadn't been invented Mo. Antonio Castro s paintings are the factor that elevated this tall tale from a 3 star rating to a 4 for me Such fabulous facial expressions extra background details and subtle shadings that all team up to enhance this modern tall tale Young readers are likely to be drawn to the artwork as well and while the story may not be laugh out loud funny the subtle exaggerations should be entertaining to a wide range of ages Teachers will find this book useful for teaching the characteristics of a tall tale as well as story elements like setting and plot progression Social studies teachers might find Grandpa a change from Leah s Pony when covering the depression era Besides being a 2018 2019 Texas Bluebonnet Award nominee libraries with students in grades K 4 will find plenty of reasons to put this one into their collections

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Ney was so tight for his family that they had to be inventive about reusing everything And when the family sp. Another Bluebonnet Nominee and I loved it I think I liked it because we have a tall tale in our family When we were a very young family my Dad was a pastor and my parents had been given a meaty hambone Mom and Dad said it was the worst tasting ham ever but BOY did it make a great pot of beans And my parents used that same hambone several times before tossing it

Read Grandpas Ha La Loo YA Hambone

Lurged for a fat hambone to flavor their beans Joe's mother was determined to make it last as long as possibl. A grandson tells of how his frugal mother reused a hambone week after week They only had beans to eat and his mother would cook the Sunday meal with hambone His Grandpa loved the beans cooked with hambone and looked forward to it each Sunday A cute tall tale A fun story with realistic illustrations


About the Author: Joe Hayes

Designated New Mexico Eminent Scholar by the New Mexico Commission on Higher Learning 1979Joe was the youngest of five children His father loved to tell stories The family moved to Arizona where Joe learned to speak Spanish which became an integral part of his storytelling and writing In 1979 he began to devote himself full time to sharing stories He focuses on elementary school audiences