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Rata-pata-scata-fata Caribbean Story by Phillis Gershator

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Published by Little, Brown in London .
Written in English


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StatementPhillis Gershator ; illustrated by H. Meade.
ContributionsMeade, Holly.
The Physical Object
Pagination32p. :
Number of Pages32
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL17300907M
ISBN 100316909432
OCLC/WorldCa31935832

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Phillis Gershator’s spicy read aloud is inspired by an old West Indian nonsense phrase, rata-pata-scata-fata. Helping mom is no fun for Junjun, so instead of doing as she asks, he utters the “magic” word “rata-pata-scata-fata.” By chance or magic, Junjun’s wish comes true and all of his chores get done. He says the words "rata-pata-scata-fata" and by chance the chores are done. For example, the wind knocks the fruit from the tree instead of him climbing to get them himself. In the end, Momma is tired and Junjun tells her to say "rata-pata-scata-fata" and then she is surprised by the outcome"4/5(1). Rata-Pata-Scata-Fata: A Caribbean Story by Phillis Gershator and Holly Meade. 4 Total Resources 1 Awards View Text Complexity Discover Like Books Name Pronunciation with . Phillis Gershator’s spicy read aloud is inspired by an old West Indian nonsense phrase, rata-pata-scata-fata. Helping mom is no fun for Junjun, so instead of doing as she asks, he utters the “magic” word “rata-pata-scata-fata.” By chance or magic, Junjun’s wish comes true and all of his chores get done. Is Junjun’s magic just a coincidence?

Rata-Pata-Scata-Fata: A Caribbean Story: Gershator, Phillis, Meade, Holly: : Libros. Saltar al contenido Prueba Prime Hola, Identifícate Cuenta y Listas Identifícate Cuenta y Listas Devoluciones y Pedidos Prueba /5(6). Children's Book: Rata-Pata-Scata-Fata: A Caribbean Story - Help your kids discover the world with this book (and more)!» KidsTravelBooks. Please note: At this time I do not encourage you to travel, even short distance, unless absolutely necessary. Stay home. Use this site to research and learn about places around the world when travel is open. Find helpful customer reviews and review ratings for Rata-Pata-Scata-Fata: A Caribbean Story at Read honest and unbiased product reviews from our users/5. Rata-pata-scata-fata A Caribbean Story (Book): Gershator, Phillis: Preferring to dream away the days on his Caribbean island, little Junjun tries saying magic words to get the chores done.