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Strange powers are watching over her How Chinye discovers the magic of the gourds and transforms her life. Chinye is a book written by Obi Onyefulu and illustrated by Evie Safarewicz The book is about a young Nigerian girl named Chinye who is forced to live with her evil stepmother and stepsister after the death of her parents Forced to labour tirelessly for her stepmother she encounters an old woman in the forest while carrying out one of her many chores and her life is changed foreverThe story is a West African folk tale that promotes the importance of having a good heart and not being greedy Evie Safarewicz s illustrations introduce the reader to life in a typical West African village with bright vivid imagery that add a real sense of atmosphere to the story The book is an excellent way for KS2 students to compare similarly themed stories such as Cinderella in order to understand cultural similarities and differences On its own it is also an excellent vehicle to stimulate conversation about right wrong the ways in which we treat those around us and morality in general

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Chinye author Obi Onyefulu

Is enchantingly retold in this traditional West African story of goodness greed and a treasure house of go. Genre Traditional LitMulticulturalI liked this book It was simple and I figure it would be easy for students to use to compare and contrast with the original The story did not stray and was not too involved I would then like to find a book that is far removed with some of the same elements I would like to find a story that is multi cultural gives students to talk about and thus to learn

Summary Chinye author Obi Onyefulu

Poor Chinye Back and forth through the forest she goes fetching and carrying for her cruel stepmother But. I read this in my 3rd grade advanced reading class we were doing a unit on fairytales from different cultures and I remember being intrigued and liking this one a lot


10 thoughts on “Chinye author Obi Onyefulu

  1. says:

    The theme in this West African folk tale is that goodness respect and obedience are rewarded Chinye is an African girl who lives with her stepmother Nkechi and stepsister Adanma Nkechi and Adanma treat Chinye badly making her do all the work Sounds like Cinderella One night they send Chinye out into the dangerous jungle to fetch waterHowever the creatures she meets are kind to her and her willingness to listen to an old woman she meets br

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    I was hoping this would have of Chinye being actively kind to the forest creatures instead of them just taking pity on her though the story does retain the element of the wicked stepsister not heeding instructions and thus reaping calamity instead of rewardA bunch of reviews liken this story to the Creole picture book The Talking Eggs which I don't think I've read but certainly there are a variety of folktales in this vein I was t

  3. says:

    I read this in my 3rd grade advanced reading class; we were doing a unit on fairytales from different cultures and I remember being intrigued and liking this one a lot

  4. says:

    Reading Log Template #6 Non European FolktalesTitle Chinye A West African FolktaleAuthor Obi OnyefuluIllustrator Evie SafarewiczGenre Folktale Picture book Fairy TaleThemes Culture Africa Good vs EvilOpening linesentence Long ago th

  5. says:

    Chinye is a book written by Obi Onyefulu and illustrated by Evie Safarewicz The book is about a young Nigerian girl named Chinye who is forced to live with her evil stepmother and stepsister after the death of her parents Forced to labour tirelessly for her stepmother she encounters an old woman in the forest while carrying out one of her many chores and her life is changed foreverThe story is a West African folk tale that promotes the i

  6. says:

    Chinye by Obi Onyefulu illustrated by Evie Safarewicz 1994 – Oh my where has this book been? I’ve loved sharing another book The Talking E

  7. says:

    I know I have read a European version of this story where the good sister falls down a well and works hard for the woman she finds there and is rewarded with gold while the evil sister tries to do the same but is too lazy to work and ends up with tar as I recall In this Nigerian version it is magic gourds that bring riches or pov

  8. says:

    Chinye is a Nigerian folktale Chinye is similar to the Cinderella story It is about a little girl who is mistreated by her stepmother and stepsister after her father passes away When she is sent into a forest late at night a wise old woman gives her a gift Chinye’s obedience pays off in the end I would use Chinye to int

  9. says:

    Genre Traditional LitMulticulturalI liked this book It was simple and I figure it would be easy for students to use to compare and contrast with the original The story did not stray and was not too involved I would then like to find

  10. says:

    i know this book is short but it teaches you a lesson not be greedy and if you're nice you will live happy

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