7 edition of Pi-shu, the little panda found in the catalog.
Pi-shu, a young panda, and his mother are forced to search for a safer place to live as humans begin to destroy their natural habitat.
|Statement||[written and illustrated by] John Butler.|
|Genre||Juvenile fiction., Fiction.|
|LC Classifications||PZ10.3.B9575 Pi 2001|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||1 v. (unpaged) :|
|LC Control Number||00046958|
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Have fun with this interactive book about animals, animal noises, and their jungle homes. Pi-Shu: The Little Panda - John Butler, (), Fiction Interest level: , Lexile: , ESL level: 3 - 4 A young panda and his mother must travel to find food and . The panda theme is appropriate for the following themes: Chinese New Year (Lunar New Year), Bears, and Endangered Animals. Activity:Printable Panda Craft Select a printable panda craft that is age appropriate. All you need is a printer, paper or construction paper, glue stick, scissors and something to .
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Conveying the fine, fuzzy fur of baby panda Pi-shu as well as the lushness of his bamboo forest in central China, dreamy, soft, and lovely illustrations draw youngsters in.
They'll watch young Pi-Shu grow under the guidance of his mom and meet the golden monkeys and bamboo rats that share the pandas' central highlands home/5(9). out of 5 stars Lovely Panda Book Reviewed in the United States on Janu This book has a message to its story -- baby panda is born, lives in idyllic bamboo forest with mother, encounters noisy lumberjacks, must leave forest for new, unpolluted home -- but the illustrations are lyrical and lovely and the message so understated /5.
Butler (Little Sibu) turns the spotlight on another endangered species in this tenderly delineated tale of a baby panda, his mother and their quest for a peaceful habitat. Beginning with Pi-shu's birt. Get this from a library. Pi-shu the little panda. [John Butler] -- Pi-shu, a young panda, and his mother are forced to search for a safer place to live as humans begin to destroy their natural habitat.
Includes factual information about giant panda. Suggested level. Pi-shu, the Little Panda by John Butler. This is the book that inspired me to write reviews. It is just so beautiful, I want every child to read it.
We stumbled across it at the library and couldn’t put it down. Plot Synopsis. Pi-shu is a baby panda living in the mountains of China. The story follows him as he grows from a newborn to a child. Beautiful illustrations accompany this sweet story of Pi-shu, the little panda, and his mother, Fei-Fei.
Young readers will learn about a pandas habitat, which could then easily segue into an introduction to endangered species/5. Get this from a library. Pi-shu, the little panda. [John Butler] -- Pi-shu, a young panda, and his mother are forced to search for a safer place to live as humans begin to destroy their natural habitat.
Book Review: Pi-Shu, the Little Panda. Title of Book: Pi-Shu, the Little Panda. Author: Butler, John. Rating: 5 stars = Bohemian Rhapsody Awesome. Review: There is no better way to describe Pi-shu than to say, "It's Pukin' cute!!" Follow a new panda through his day by poring over John Butler's luxurious illustrations.
Heartwarming and very dear. Enjoy this heartwarming story about a small panda whose home is threatened by the encroachment of humans. On the slopes of Misty Mountain, Pi-shu the little panda lives with his mother Fei-Fei. Pi-shu loves to explore the slopes of the mountain.
One day when Pi-shu ventures further down the mountainside, he encounters people for the first time.5/5(1). Pi-shu, a young panda, and his mother are forced to search for a safer place to live as humans begin to destroy their natural habitat.
Book Wizard; Pi-Shu: The Little Panda. By John Butler, John Butler. Grades. PreK-K, M. Genre. Fiction Pi-shu, a young panda, and his mother are forced to search for a safer place to live as humans.
Buy Pi-Shu The Little Panda by Butler, John (ISBN: ) from Amazon's Book Store. Everyday low prices and free delivery on eligible s: Pi-shu the Little Panda ← Back to the Portfolio. Pandas are fascinating. Although they are not really bears they remind me of Winnie the Pooh and his quote: ‘I am a bear of very little brain and long words bother me.’ I wrote this book to demonstrate my affection for them and some might say my affinity.
‘My children really enjoyed. Books shelved as pandas: Please, Mr. Panda by Steve Antony, Xander's Panda Party by Linda Sue Park, Chu's Day by Neil Gaiman, Chengdu Could Not Would Not.
Pi-shu the little panda. View; Rearrange; Digital version – browse, print or download. Can't see the preview. Click here. How to print the digital edition of Books for Keeps: click on this PDF file link - click on the printer icon in the top right of the screen to print.
Free 2-day shipping. Buy Pi-Shu the Little Panda at nd: Peachtree Publishers. Butler, John. PI-SHU: THE LITTLE PANDA Atlanta: Peachtree, IL K-3, RL ISBN Pi-shu, the Little Panda by John Butler.
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(In Spanish.) Panda Bear, Panda Bear, What Do You See. By Bill Martin & Eric Carle. The Bowl of Fruit by Joyce Dunbar. Panda by Judy Allen. Pi-shu, whose name, readers learn from the notes, is an ancient Chinese word for panda and means "brave," has a tiny tail when he is born and is barely the size of one of his mother's eye patches.
But he does grow quickly and learns to eat bamboo, climb trees, and observe other animals, like bamboo rats and golden monkeys. HOME SCHOOL BOOK REVIEW Book: Pi-Shu: The Little Panda Author: John Butler Publisher: Peachtree Publishers, ISBN ISBN Language level: 1 (nothing objectionable) Reading level: Ages Rating: 4 stars (GOOD) Reviewed by Wayne S.
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