tortoise and the snail

by Ifezulike Chinelo

Publisher: Tabansi Press Ltd in Onitsha, Nigeria

Written in English
Published: Pages: 22 Downloads: 123
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  • Nigeria.

Subjects:

  • Folklore -- Nigeria.,
  • Turtles -- Folklore.,
  • Snails -- Folklore.

About the Edition

When Tortoise tries to win a bride through trickery, his wise friend, Snail, must find a cunning way to stop him.

Edition Notes

Statementby Ifezulike Chinelo ; [illustrations by Ronke A. Akomolafe].
GenreFolklore.
SeriesTabansi Publishers supplementary reading for the young ;, no. 3
ContributionsAkomolafe, Ronke A., ill.
Classifications
LC ClassificationsPZ8.1.C4513 To 1997
The Physical Object
Pagination22 p. :
Number of Pages22
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL108140M
ISBN 109782997854
LC Control Number99226636

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A tortoise and a Snail set off on a journey. They work together and meet fellow creatures along the way while working to get to the top of the hill.

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Once upon a time there was a tortoise, a hare, and a snail. The hare was always boasting about how fast he was, and the others were growing tired of his bragging. So one fine day, the tortoise challenged him to a race.

He told the hare, "Well, you might thinkyou're so fast, but I can beat you in a race!". Seeing the snail and the tortoise sitting beside each other, this question popped up in my head. I immediately asked her, “If there is a race between the snail and the tortoise, who will win?” “Well if the snail rests in between, and the tortoise keeps at it, the tortoise will win,” she said at first.

The tortoise tried this and easily climbed to the top of the tree. Then he realized how futile his effort was. He had collected all the wisdom in the world, yet the snail had proven wiser than him. He threw the gourd unto the ground where it broke into several pieces allowing all the wisdom in it.

Stephen Michael King's new picture book is a nice story about two friends, snail and turtle. They love to do things together but recognise and accept each others' individuality. A lovely story about friendships and acknowledging our similarities and differences.

flag Like see review/5(13). A little background on Morty the Torty and Simon the Snail. Morty the Torty was actually suppose to be Tommy the Turtle but there was already a turtle named Tom. "The Tortoise and the Hare" is one of Aesop's Fables and is numbered in the Perry Index.

The account of a race between unequal partners has attracted conflicting interpretations. The fable itself is a variant of a common folktale theme in which ingenuity and trickery (rather than doggedness) are employed to overcome a stronger opponent.

The Tortoise meanwhile kept going slowly but steadily, and, after a time, passed the place where the Hare was sleeping. But the Hare slept on very peacefully; and when at last he did wake up, the Tortoise was near the goal.

The Hare now ran his swiftest, but he could not overtake the Tortoise in time. The race is not always to the swift. The tortoise is faster than the snail!. But, to nail the snail means, to kill it; So, sail along with your works and always seek for peace.

Seek for the truth, With the muse of righteous morals. Life. Oh life!. Facing the odds as well; Problems, Struggling along the line, To fail at times. Mail, tail, bail.

Slow but sure. The strange thing is snail in the dream. Snail is one spirit that is troubling the destiny of many people. Both young and old are affected. The powers that are behind snail in the dream are more stronger than the spirit behind a tortoise. The spirit of snail has broken the.

Who’s going to win the race, the speedy hare, or the slow tortoise. Have fun singing along with this classic story. (Alt title: The Hare and the Tortoise)ht.

Snails Legs, by Damian Harvey and Korky Paul is a picture book much in the same vain as ‘The Gruffalo’ although the story itself is centred on an adaptation of the classic story of tortoise and the hare. The snail is the current fastest runner in the whole woods, although Frog is the old pro who can’t quite accept that he is no longer the /5(2).

Who won when Timmy, a Russian Horsefield Tortoise raced against a common British garden snail. Two shells, one race, and only one winner. A Hare and a Tortoise Aesop (translated by Sir Roger L'Estrange) What a dull heavy Creature (says a Hare) is this same Tortoise.

And yet (says the Tortoise) I'll run with you for a Wager.'Twas done and done, and the Fox, by Consent, was to be the started together, and the Tortoise kept jogging on still till he came to the End of the Course.

A Tale of Tortoise and Snail A tortoise went out for a few beers and, despite being severely worse for wear, decided to walk home through the rough part of town. Half way home he was set upon by four snails who beat him senseless, stole what little money he still had and, as a final insult, they sprayed obscenities on his shell.

The Tortoise and the Hare. In the woods there lived a very slow tortoise and a very swift hare. The Hare was a proud animal, fast and sleek, and well aware of his speedy talents. He would take delight in taunting the humble Tortoise.

One bright morning, the Tortoise was plodding along at his usual pace. Suddenly, bounding past him was the Hare. "The Lobster Quadrille" is a song written by Charles Lutwidge Dodgson (Lewis Carroll). It is a parody of "The Spider and the Fly" by Mary Botham appeared in Chapter 10 of Carroll's book Alice's Adventures in Wonderland, and was sung by a character in the book, the Mock Turtle.

The poem is very similar to "The Spider and the Fly" in its rhyme scheme, meter, and tone. As nouns the difference between tortoise and snail is that tortoise is any of various land-dwelling reptiles, of family testudinidae, whose body is enclosed in a shell (carapace plus plastron) the animal can withdraw its head and four legs partially into the shell, providing some protection from predators while snail is any of very many animals (either hermaphroditic or nonhermaphroditic), of.

Snail and Turtle are Friends by Stephen Michael King is shortlisted by CBCA Book Week for the Early Childhood Book of the Year. The story is about Snail and Turtle who are friends. They have things in common that they like to do but also like to do things that are different.

Tortoise walked on with Snail and Sparrow and Ladybird and Mouse on his back. They looked and looked, but there was no sign of a house. The wind swept the leaves off the ground and This book is shared online by Free Kids Books at in terms of the. A family of tortoise (Momma Tortoise, Daddy Tortoise, Uncle Tortoise, and Baby Tortoise) decide to go on a picnic.

They pack up their hamper and begin their journey to the park. A week later, they get to the park and unwrap their hamper and realize they've forgotten the salad dressing. Discover The Tortoise and the Hare by Teresa Mlawer and millions of other books available at Barnes & Noble.

Shop paperbacks, eBooks, and more. The Snail and the Whale Only $ with Purchase of Any Kids' Book. Kids' Club Eligible. The race started and the snail rushed immediately.

He was so slow it took 10 minutes to reach the foot of the hill. Hare Junior ran after 15 minutes like he promised. He was so confident that he’ll win. He did not pay attention and ran full speed. He ran so fast that he caught up with the snail in an instant. The tortoise and the hare book summary, Story Library Storytelling Books and Tapes Articles Links Curriculum There once was a speedy hare who bragged about how fast he could run.

Tired of hearing him boast, Slow and Steady, the tortoise, challenged him to a race. All the. The Tortoise and the Hare is one of Aesop's Fables and is numbered in the Perry Index. Over long distances, it's the snail, because the tortoise gets complacent and goes to sleep under a bush - allowing the slower but more patient snail to cross the.

Tommy the Tortoise just transferred to Creekwood Elementary and his strange shell has his furry peers agawk. Seizing an opportunity to change his cracked carapace, Tommy competes against Harvey the Hare in the annual Pre-Teen Wilderness Race.

With the help of an asthmatic snail named Cindy, Tommy's biggest insecurity becomes his most valuable. The Tortoise showed up early, but the Snail was nowhere in sight. The time of the race came and went without any appearance from his opponent. They waited around all day with several heated calls between the Terrapin and the Slug (the Snail’s manager) with the Slug vehemently claiming the Snail.

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The pages measure approximately 27 cm x 20 cm (in x 8in). The pages are in heavy grade paper which has a lovely.The tortoise insisted that he was serious. The hare laughed even harder. Finally, a fox hurried over to see what was so funny. The hare was laughing too hard to tell her.

"I challenged Mr. Hare to a race," the tortoise said. "When he stops laughing, perhaps we could set up a track and a finish line. Will you help us, Miss Fox?" The fox agreed.