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Dhegdheer, A Scary Somali Folktale

by Marian Hassan

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  • 28 Currently reading

Published by Minnesota Humanities Commission .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Children"s Books / General,
  • Fantasy - Short Stories,
  • Fiction,
  • Fantasy

  • Edition Notes

    ContributionsBetsy Bowen (Illustrator)
    The Physical Object
    FormatPaperback
    Number of Pages32
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL9634607M
    ISBN 101931016194
    ISBN 109781931016193
    OCLC/WorldCa76881843

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    In this hair-raising cautionary tale from Somalia, the Hargega Valley is plagued by the monstrous Dhegdheer, a witch who gobbles up anyone unlucky enough to cross Dhegdheer: A Scary Somali Folktale - Somali on Vimeo. Somali books Online. Title:DHEGDHEER (A Somali Bilingual book) Written by:Marian Hassan / Illustrated by Betsy Bowen A Scary Somali Folktale In this hair-raising cautionary tale from Somalia, the Hargega Valley is plagued by the monstrous DHEGDHEER, who gobbles up anyone unlucky enough to cross her path. A widow and her young son try to escape her.

    traditional Somali folktales, never before appearing in individual, fully illustrated children’s books: The Lion's Share (); Dhegdheer, A Scary Somali Folktale (); Wiil Waal (); and The Travels of Igal Shidad (). The titles, part of the Humanities Center’s Somali Bilingual Book . Title Publisher Cost Where can I purchase this book? Aabbahay waa cimilaaq = My daddy is a giant Mantra Lingua NA NA Ana waxay bilowday dugsigii / Kayti Tiig = Anna goes to school.


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She orders her daughter to build an empty village to lure travelers and soon a grieving widow and her. Educator Guide to Accompany Dhegdheer, A Scary Somali Folktale Look at the illustrations of the land at the beginning of the book and the final page of the book.

What happened to the land after Dhegdheer died. Related Activities Art: Make a bookmark by copying one of the designs found in the book’s art. Dhegdheer note page, or final pageFile Size: 96KB. Somali Bilingual Book Project “Dhegdheer: A Scary Somali Folktale” Retold by Marian A.

Hassan Illustrated by Betsy Bowen. In this hair-raising cautionary tale from Somalia, the Hargega Valley is plagued by the monstrous Dhegdheer, a witch who gobbles up anyone unlucky enough to cross her path. A widow and her young son try to escape her.

Dhegdheer, A Scary Somali Folktale Retold by Marian A. Hassan, Illustrated by Betsy Bowen. In this hair-raising cautionary tale from Somalia, the Hargega Valley is plagued by the monstrous Dhegdheer, a witch who gobbles up anyone unlucky enough to cross her path.

Somalis have a rich oral tradition when it comes to ancient folktales, passing on stories by word of mouth from generation to generation. Tales such as Dhegdheer the cannibal woman were told to little children as a way to teach respect for discipline.

The dreaded Dhegdheer was said to pay a visit at night to all those who had been naughty. If she was hungry she would eat the children. Hey guys before we start the story I'd like to say a few things 1.

This story is not TRUE its just a story story is native from somali 3. I know that word Dhegdheer might look or sound weird but in somali which mean long ear Dheg means ear (dig) how you prounce it dheer means long (dare).

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Search. The world’s most mysterious book - Stephen Bax - Duration: TED-Ed Recommended. Dhegdheer, A Scary Somali Folktale - Marian A. Hassan Illustrated by Betsy Bowen Minnesota Humanities Commission/ Somali Bilingual Book Project Rating: 4 Endpapers: dark purple The illustrations are painted with gouache on black, with dark color covering the.

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Title: Dhegdheer, A Scary Somali Folktale, retold by Marian A. Hassan: Summary: In this hair-raising cautionary tale from Somalia, the Hargega Valley is plagued by the monstrous Dhegdheer, a witch who gobbles up anyone unlucky enough to cross her path.

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