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Nelly May has her say is a folklore book written by Cynthia DeFelice and pictures by Henry Cole It is intended for ages 6 to 10 This is a retelling of an old tale The servant girl new master insist she uses funny names for everyday objects I rated this book for stars because it was a lot of fun to read the funny name that the master called everday objects Examples pants for cold long legged lumber johnes and the dog s tail was called a wegger wagger I did not give it 5 stars because the s Nelly May has her say is a folklore book written by Cynthia DeFelice and pictures by Henry Cole It is intended for ages 6 to 10 This is a retelling of an old tale The servant girl new master insist she uses funny names for everyday objects I rated this book for stars because it was a lot of fun to read the funny name that the master called everday objects Examples pants for cold long legged lumber johnes and the dog s tail was called a wegger wagger I did not give it 5 stars because the story did not seem like a folklore The plot is about a little girl who leaves a crowded house to get a job and earn her keep I think this is an unbelievable story because children that young just don t leave home to go and work The characters of funny The illustrations are watercolors and drawing and in detail I think the book would appeal to young readers because it is a silly story with silly words to pronounce They might think it is funny to say the words Retelling of old English tale Silly, but appeals to kids precocious 3 year olds, 4, 5, and 6 Good reinforcement of listening skills Fun. @Free ¾ Nelly May Has Her Say ⛅ Nelly May Nimble and her twelve brothers and sisters live with their parents in a tiny cottage in the Bottoms, where there s never enough food to feed so many hungry mouths Nelly May decides that she is old enough to earn her keep and takes a job as Lord Ignasius Pinkwinkle s new housekeeper and cook Along with her many chores, Lord Pinkwinkle also expects Nelly May to learn his own special language So Nelly May gets to work, using a wet scooperooty to hold the water she mops the floor with and then cooking supper for him, the Most Excellent of All Masters But late that night, when a spark from the flaming pop and sizzle lands on the fur faced fluffenbarker s wigger wagger, Nelly May puts her foot down She ll save his roof topped castleorum, but she will not be his fuzzy dust and fooder any longerA Margaret Ferguson Book This is a very cute retelling of an old folktale Nelly May goes to work for an eccentric man who requires her to use strange names for everyday objects What s a girl to do when a dog is no longer a dog I intend to use this in my classes I think it will make a fun read aloud Nelly May Has Her Say, written by Cynthia DeFelice and illustrated by Henry Cole, is a nominee for the 2014 2015 South Carolina Picture Book Award Nelly May Has Her Say, a retelling of the English folktale Master of All Masters, is a delightful story that is sure to charm young readers who likely haven t heard the original tale.Nelly May has twelve brothers and sisters, and there s never enough food to go around One day, Nelly May decides she s old enough to help out, so she gets a job as a c Nelly May Has Her Say, written by Cynthia DeFelice and illustrated by Henry Cole, is a nominee for the 2014 2015 South Carolina Picture Book Award Nelly May Has Her Say, a retelling of the English folktale Master of All Masters, is a delightful story that is sure to charm young readers who likely haven t heard the original tale.Nelly May has twelve brothers and sisters, and there s never enough food to go around One day, Nelly May decides she s old enough to help out, so she gets a job as a cook and housekeeper at the mansion of Lord Ignasius Pinkwinkle.Mr Pinkwinkle, though, has some interesting demands Along with her regular work, Nelly May must learn to call things by his special names A bed is no longer a bed It s a restful slumberific And his dog isn t just a dog with a wagging tail It s a fur faced fluffenbarker with a wigger wagger.Nelly May isn t sure what to make of all these strange new words They re silly, weird, and take up an awful lot of time But something s about to happen that could just make Mr Pinkwinkle who insists on being called Most Excellent of All Masters think twice about his words.Readers who love ridiculous, made up words will definitely find something to enjoy in Nelly May Has Her Say Comparisons to the work of Dr Seuss will abound, and students could have a lot of fun making up their own nonsense words for everyday objects Nelly May Has Her Say could also be used with older students in studies of vocabulary and word usage Why use five words when one will do This book certainly gets that point across A cute and funny English folktale for kids I m looking forward to reading this one out loud to my students. Nelly May Has Her Say is a fun book for children ages 6 8 to read Students would very much enjoy the conversations between Nelly May and Lord Pinkwinkle Lord Pinkwinkle has many names for simple items in his household, boots are called stompinwhackers and a fire burning in a fireplace is called a flaming pop and sizzle Nelly may has a hard time understanding why he calls boots and fireplaces those silly words just as students might feel the same way However, in the end of the story Nelly May Nelly May Has Her Say is a fun book for children ages 6 8 to read Students would very much enjoy the conversations between Nelly May and Lord Pinkwinkle Lord Pinkwinkle has many names for simple items in his household, boots are called stompinwhackers and a fire burning in a fireplace is called a flaming pop and sizzle Nelly may has a hard time understanding why he calls boots and fireplaces those silly words just as students might feel the same way However, in the end of the story Nelly May ends up saving the day for Lord Pinkwinkle and stops a fire from burning down the whole house Children can relate to this story if they have ever saved the day or helped someone in an important situation It could be important for students to share times they have helped someone in an important situation to see a child s help is sometimes very important I enjoyed this story and seeing how fun and sassy little Miss Nelly May was I know in my future I may have students just like Nelly May who work just as hard as she does I think this would be a great book for independent reading Children would enjoy reading this story due to the clever word play and the humor of the story as well Many students at this age may start to be introduced to the idea of chores at this point in their lives as well I feel they could connect will Nelly May and see that putting in hard work with household chores matters Just as Lord Pinkwinkle acknowledged Nelly May for her hard work, students parents will acknowledge their hard work they put into their chores as well In this updated version of the English story Master of All Masters, Nelly May goes to work for Lord Pinkwinkle and is surprised and frustrated when he demands that she use his special names for household items His dog must not be called dog instead, Nelly May must refer to the canine as a fur faced fluffenbarker who wags not a tail , but a wigger wagger Lord Pinkwinkle who prefers the name Most Excellent of All Masters does not wear boots , he wears stompinwhackers As luck woul In this updated version of the English story Master of All Masters, Nelly May goes to work for Lord Pinkwinkle and is surprised and frustrated when he demands that she use his special names for household items His dog must not be called dog instead, Nelly May must refer to the canine as a fur faced fluffenbarker who wags not a tail , but a wigger wagger Lord Pinkwinkle who prefers the name Most Excellent of All Masters does not wear boots , he wears stompinwhackers As luck would have it, Nelly May is a fast learner, and she saves Pinkwinkle s roof topped castleorum from near disaster Pinkwinkle s ridiculous names will have kids snickering with delight, and Henry Cole s playful colored pencil illustrations work nicely with the silliness of the story For an exercise in creative thought, follow this read aloud with a time for kids to create their own uncommon names for common items A few moments to brainstorm words associated with the items will help students make logical connections alongside the silliness I really enjoyed this quirky tale of a young girl, Nelly May, who left home to find work to help her extremely large struggling family Nelly journeyed to the home of Lord Ignasius Pinkwinkle Lord Pinkwinkle told Nelly that if she wished to work for him that she must refer to certain things in his home only in certain ways For example, a bed forever and always is to be referred to as my restful slumberific, and trousers are now long legged limberjohns This list growing longer and longer, I really enjoyed this quirky tale of a young girl, Nelly May, who left home to find work to help her extremely large struggling family Nelly journeyed to the home of Lord Ignasius Pinkwinkle Lord Pinkwinkle told Nelly that if she wished to work for him that she must refer to certain things in his home only in certain ways For example, a bed forever and always is to be referred to as my restful slumberific, and trousers are now long legged limberjohns This list growing longer and longer, causing Nelly to pause and rethink her desire for employment with Mr Pinkwinkle.Super funny read to share with children and MUST be read with great expression and silly voice change ups In this quirky charmer full of fun wordplay and based on the English folktale Master of All Masters, quick thinking Nelly May takes a job keeping house for Lord Pinkwinkle Lord Pinkwinkle insists that Nelly May use special and especially strange names to refer to him and his things, but when an unexpected turn of events endangers the life of the Most Excellent of All Masters fur faced fluffenbarker, Nelly May speaks up and teaches the Most Excellent of All Masters a thing or two in the pr In this quirky charmer full of fun wordplay and based on the English folktale Master of All Masters, quick thinking Nelly May takes a job keeping house for Lord Pinkwinkle Lord Pinkwinkle insists that Nelly May use special and especially strange names to refer to him and his things, but when an unexpected turn of events endangers the life of the Most Excellent of All Masters fur faced fluffenbarker, Nelly May speaks up and teaches the Most Excellent of All Masters a thing or two in the process