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Bokuden and the Bully

Bokuden and the Bully

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Published by Lerner Publishing Group, Inc. in Minneapolis .
Written in English


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FormatE-book
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Open LibraryOL24288579M
ISBN 109780761346661
OCLC/WorldCa248095949

Bokuden and the bully: a Japanese folktale / adapted by Stephen Krensky; illustrated by Cheryl Kirk Noll. p. cm. — (On my own folklore) Summary: Relates how Bokuden Tsukahara, the greatest swordsman of sixteenth-century Japan, deals with a boastful, bullying warrior during a ferry ride across a great river.


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For this folklore response I read Bokuden and the Bully: A Japanese Folktale by Stephen Krensky. It is a great read aloud for K-2 or independent reading for The book is about Bokuden who is a great swordsman and loves to travel. While on a ferry with his family, a bully kept taking the best spots on the ferry because they had the best view.4/5(5).

At the end of the book, Krensky included an afterword. Here, he explains what a folk tale is, the role of folk tales in teaching lessons, and gives a brief account of the life and adventures of the renowned swordsman, Tsukahara Bokuden. Readers can find the most important aspect of Bokuden and the Bully in the themes the book shares.4/5(3).

Book Information. Title: Bokuden And The Bully: A Japanese Folktale. Author: Krensky, Stephen. Isbn: Relates how Bokuden Tsukahara, the greatest swordsman of 16th-century Japan, deals with a boastful, bullying warrior during a ferry ride across a great river.

Hook Your Students. The fierce warrior is bothering everyone on the. Bokuden and the Bully A Japanese Folktale (Book): Krensky, Stephen: Relates how Bokuden Tsukahara, the greatest swordsman of sixteenth-century Japan, deals with a boastful, bullying warrior during a ferry ride across a great river.

Get this from a library. Bokuden and the bully: a Japanese folktale. [Stephen Krensky; Cheryl Kirk Noll] -- Relates how Bokuden Tsukahara, the greatest swordsman of sixteenth-century Japan, deals with a boastful, bullying warrior during a ferry ride across a great river.

Find helpful customer reviews and review ratings for Bokuden and the Bully: [A Japanese Folktale] (On My Own Folklore) at Read honest and 4/5(3). An afterward in Bokuden and the Bully provides this information in a manner that can easily be consumed by elementary students.

Themes in this book include Japan, justice, non-violence, social hierarchy and bullying, making an extremely versatile tale with a. Bokuden was a great swordsman who liked to travel. One day, while riding a ferry, a bully started bothering the other passengers.

He took the best spot on the boat and waved his sword around. Bokuden was not impressed. The bully challenged him to a fight.

Bokuden agreed but said he would not Bokuden and the Bully book to use his sword to win/5(14). Children's Books illustrated by award-winning illustrator, Cheryl Kirk Noll.

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Bokuden was a great swordsman who liked to travel. One day, while riding a ferry, a bully started bothering the other passengers. He took the best spot on the boat and waved his sword around.

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Hook Your Students. This book is a retelling of an ancient Chinese folktale. Legends of the Martial Arts Masters by Susan Lynn Peterson is a collection of short stories about famous martial artists. Some of the stories, particularly the ancient ones, are rather fantastic and no one really knows if they happened or not.

The stories are very short and interesting. This is a great book for anyone studying martial arts/5. Bokuden was a great swordsman who liked to travel. One day, while riding a ferry, a bully started bothering the other passengers.

He took the best spot on the boat and waved his sword around. Bokuden was not impressed. The bully challenged him to a fight. Bokuden agreed but said he would not need to use his sword to win.5/5(3).

Bokuden was a great swordsman who liked to travel. One day, while riding a ferry, a bully started bothering the other passengers. He took the best spot on the boat and waved his sword around.

Bokuden was not impressed. The bully challenged him to a fight. Bokuden agreed but said he would not need to use his sword to win.

Due to the uncertainty of COVID and the Stay at Home orders for the City of St. Louis and St. Louis County, we have suspended shipping until mid-May. Our Booksource team is working remotely and available to answer questions, create price quotes and place book orders. If you need assistance, please contact us at [email protected]   Bokuden and the Bully: a Japanese Folktale adapted by Stephen Krensky (Easy Reader) Relates how Bokuden Tsukahara, the greatest swordsman of sixteenth-century Japan, deals with a boastful, bullying warrior during a ferry ride across a great river.

Louise Takes Charge by Stephen Krensky (80 pages). Tsukahara Bokuden ( – ), the founder of the Kashima Shinto-ryu school of swordsmanship, was a fine warrior and caring teacher. However, he was growing old and as skilled as he still was, the time had come for someone younger to assume the challenges of running his dojo.

East Asia Gateway for Linking Educators A Project of the NCTA Pittsburgh National Coordinating Site. "Bokuden And The Bully" (, $) is a Japanese folktale as adapted for young readers by Stephen Krensky and impressively illustrated by cheryl Kirk Noll. A famous swordsman, Bokuden was riding on a ferry when a.

Susan Lynn Peterson is a professional writer and Gold Medallion Book Award finalist. She holds a third-degree black belt in Okinawan Shuri-ryu karate and is a USA Karate Federation national champion.

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Read to students the story “The School of No Sword” which appears in the Atrium Society companion book Why Is Everybody Always Picking On Me. Ask students: Did you recognize the bully in this story. Who is it. How did Bokuden first respond to the bully’s boasting.

When Bokuden said his way is different, what did he mean. On My Own Folklore. Folklore characters come to life in these magically illustrated titles.

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Hello. I am an English as a Second Language teacher working with serval 4th grade classrooms. My students are not just my students, they are so much more, they are my second children. In a school. Bokuden and the Bully: A Japanese Folktale by Stephen Krensky: Calamity Jane by Stephen Krensky: Casey Jones by Stephen Krensky: Book series).

Like many concepts in the book world, "series" is a somewhat fluid and contested notion. A good rule of thumb is that series have a conventional name and are intentional creations, on the part of the. Stephen Krensky; Stephen Krensky (primary author only) Author division. Stephen Krensky is currently considered a "single author." If one or more works are by a distinct, homonymous authors, go ahead and split the author.

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He was named Bennosuke, though he would also be known as Shinmen Takezo. It would be a long time yet before he was known as Musashi Miyamoto, wildman, master swordsman, artist. A Bully Changes His Ways; The Ballad of Mu-lan; Twelve Warriors of Burma; Wing Chun; The Eighteen Hands; And many more About the Author: Susan Lynn Peterson is a professional writer and Gold Medallion Book Award finalist.

She holds a third-degree black belt in Okinawan Shuri-ryu karate and is a USA Karate Federation national champion.