Hot Hippo #2020

Hot Hippo Mwenye Hadithi Hot Hippo Hippo was hot and thought how wonderful it would be to live in the water so he walked and ran until he came to the mountain where Ngai lived Hippo pleaded and eventually Ngai agreedHippo could live i

  • Title: Hot Hippo
  • Author: Mwenye Hadithi
  • ISBN: 9780316337182
  • Page: 227
  • Format: Paperback
  • Hot Hippo Mwenye Hadithi Hippo was hot and thought how wonderful it would be to live in the water, so he walked and ran until he came to the mountain where Ngai lived Hippo pleaded and eventually Ngai agreedHippo could live in the water, but only if he did not eat the fish and came onto the land at night.Hippo was hot and thought how wonderful it would be to live in the water, so he walked and ran until he came to the mountain where Ngai lived Hippo pleaded and eventually Ngai agreed Hippo could live in the water, but only if he did not eat the fish and came onto the land at night.
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    1. Hippo is hot The river looks so tempting so cool, so refreshing BUT, Hippo s god, Ngai, has strict rules about land animals staying on the land, and so a dip in the water is out of the question.Or, is it I m not sure what your child will make of this, but it mostly annoyed me as a reminder of the strange, unreasonable demands that gods make of their followers.Nice illustrations, though.

    2. Hot Hippo is a story about a young hippo who is tired of standing in the warm sun all day and feeling so hot All he wants to do is swim in the water to cool down but Ngai the god of everything has made it so all mammals live on the land and all fish live in the water so I would not be right for Hippo to swim in the water One day, hippo goes to ask Ngai if he could live in the water and Ngai denied his request because Ngai loves his fish and doesn t want Hippo eating all of his fish Hippo promise [...]

    3. HOT HIPPO is set in Africa and involves a hippo who is hot on land and yearns to live in the river with thefish This a story about a hippo that learns how to live in its natural habitat being the water With the help of his friend Ngai, he allows the hippo to live in the water only if he agrees to not to eat fish or other animals within the river When Hippo jumps into the water he sinks to the bottom Hippo cannot swim However, he solves the problem by holding his breath and running along the rive [...]

    4. This story is about a hippo who was very hot, he then had an idea to live in the water were he thought he would be much happier, however he had to gain permission from ngai who was in charge of everything and everywhere This story is eye catching and vibrant in colours with a number of animals and landscapes which could lead to a number of interesting discussions with children This book can be used to create a number of activities such as a writing activity where children are asked to write down [...]

    5. Age Toddler KindergartenSeason Summer Hippo was hot and thought how wonderful it would be to live in the water, so he walked and ran until he came to the mountain where Ngai lived Hippo pleaded and eventually Ngai agreed Hippo could live in the water, but only if he did not eat the fish and came onto the land at night review.A spark for the curious on how hippo came to reside in the river Lovely telling that isn t trying too hard.

    6. The big hippo talks to the god Ngai when he wants to live in the water because it is so hot It looks like a creation story but cannot find any relative information on the story.Relates why the hippopotamus lives in water.

    7. This is an interesting little legend that explains why the hippo is the way it it It was a little wordy for my personal taste, though, and I just didn t care for the illustrations.

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