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Fiddler and His Brothers Reviews
Synopsis: Three brothers (Teddy, Neddy, and Fiddler) were of age and set out on their journey to find their fortunes. The older two brothers were highly jealous of Fiddler for his musical talents and popularity. On their journey, they encounter two witches (mother and daughter) who possess some interesting items. The brothers find refugee with a king and his family. It turns out that the items that the witches had were stolen from the king. The brothers being jealous of Fiddler volunteered him to retrieve the items from the cruel witches. In the end, good reigns supreme.Personal Thoughts:Fiddler and His Brothers is a great Swedish fairytale to read to children between the ages of 5 and 8. The story includes all of the typical fairytale elements: the princess, the witches, magical items (vest, intern, goat with gold bells), and the use of numbers (i.e 3 brothers, 3 trips). The book also touches on the themes of jealousy, courage, good v. evil, and good things comes to those who do good deeds. Classroom Activities: (Grades 2-4)I would use this story during a Folk Literature unit and/or a Social Studies unit for European countries, more specifically Sweden. Although this is a very old book, the artwork itself is a great example showing how to make use of a paper and detail. I look forward to using this book in my classroom.
Date: October 7th, 2014Author: Tord Nygren Title: Fiddler and His BrothersPlot: Fiddler is nothing like his brothers Teddy and Neddy. Neither strong or fast, Fiddler could play the violin beautifully, which makes his brothers very jealous of him. Teddy and Neddy are both determined to get Fiddler out of their lives. Will they succeed? Setting: Kingdom (Kings and Queens)Characters: Fiddler, Teddy, Neddy, Mother Witch, Daughter Witch, King, Queen and Princess Ingrid. Point-of-View: Third-PersonTheme: Playing Tricks; FamilyStyle: Fairy Tale-likeCopyright: 1986Notes: This book was okay. This would be fun to read to my students during Halloween time because it deals with witches. However, the book and story was old; plus I felt like I needed to take a long nap after reading it because at one point in the story I was bored. That is all.