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Old Dry Frye

A Deliciously Funny Tall Tale

by Paul Brett Johnson

  • 34 Want to read
  • 21 Currently reading

Published by Scholastic Paperbacks .
Written in English


The Physical Object
Number of Pages40
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL7510600M
ISBN 100439163927
ISBN 109780439163927
OCLC/WorldCa46867940

Find helpful customer reviews and review ratings for Old Dry Frye at Read honest and unbiased product reviews from our users.   Great book, I hope an updated or newer edition comes out soon. I enjoyed them all but my most favorite was "The Two old Women's Bet". Selected pages. Old Dry Frye. Catskins. Ashpet. Like Meat Loves Salt. Soap Soap Soap. The Skoonkin Huntin. The Green Gourd. Chunk oMeat. Back Matter. Inside Back Reviews: 1.

Familiar backcountry characters include Sody Sallyraytus and Old Dry Frye. The Jack Tales: Folk Tales from the Southern Appalachians (), also edited by Chase, illus. by Williams, captures   Everybody knows Old Dry Frye! Join us November 7 & 8 for Old Dry Frye, by Larry & Vivian Snipes, loosely based on the book by Paul Brett Johnson.

Old Dry Frye (Snipes) Adapted by Vivian Snipes Loosely based on the book by Paul Brett Johnson; Full Length Play, Fantasy, Comedy; 2M, 1F; ISBN: O78; This adaptation illustrates the traditional folktale of Old Dry Frye, the late preacher man with the ravenous appetite who comes back to haunt his flock! Old Dry Frye is a traditional Appalachian folktale. Set in North Georgia, the film tells how the accidental death of an itinerant preacher initiates a bizarre episode of guilt and deception among the residents of an isolated "holler." Synopsis. It looks like we don't have a Synopsis for this title yet.


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Old Dry Frye. Old Dry Frye has a reputation as large as his appetite of loving fried chicken. When he swallows a chicken bone, Frye's friends panic and ignite a /5.

Grade A gentler version of an Appalachian folktale told in Richard Chase's Grandfather Tales (Houghton, ). Old Dry Frye, the preacher, loves fried chicken. While eating some at a neighbor's house, he chokes on a bone and dies "right there on the spot."/5(5).

OLD DRY FRYE is a play script, adapted for the stage by Larry and Vivian Snipes loosely based on the book by Paul Brett Johnson, of the traditional American folk tale of Old Dry Frye, the late preacher man with the voracious appetite, who comes back to haunt his flock.

This is commedia American-style with energetic humor, delightful dialect /5(5). Old Dry Frye. Adapted by Larry and Vivian Snipes. Loosely based on the book by Paul Brett Johnson. Product Code: O Full-length Play; Cast size: 2m., 1w., with doubling plus 3 puppets, or up to 13 (6m., 6w., 1 either gender) with roles distributed.

""Now, all preachers like chicken, but Old Dry Frye was the chicken-eatingest sermonizer that ever laid fire to a pulpit,"" drawls the third-person narrator.

Frye's gluttony proves his undoing. An Appalachian folktale is the basis of Johnson’s story of a fried-chicken-loving preacher whose untimely demise sets into motion an tumultuous chain of events as members of his flock frantically try to absolve themselves of the non-existent crime of murder.

Old Dry Frye is so well known for his capacious appetite for fried chicken that when he chokes on a bone, his hosts, a distraught farmer and his wife, are Author: Paul Brett Johnson. Children's Book Review: OLD DRYE FRYE by Paul Brett Johnson, Author.

Scholastic $ (40p) ISBN PW called this retelling of a "delectably macabre" tale about a gluttonous. Old Dry Frye by Paul Brett Johnson. Publication date Topics Folklore -- Appalachian Region Publisher Scholastic Press Internet Archive Language English.

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It is funny, cute, and cool. The tales aren't all real things that can happen,but thats awesome. Hit's hollered horse I'll Jack Jeems John jumped King King's knocked little old lived looked meat mornin mountain Mutsmag never night nothin old Dry Frye old lady old woman opened picked piece pretty pulled quick reached 5/5(1).

Old Dry Frye. [Paul Brett Johnson] -- A humorous retelling of an Appalachian folktale about a preacher who chokes on a chicken bone. Your Web browser is not enabled for JavaScript. Some features of WorldCat will not be available. Fiction Everybody knows Old Dry Frye. He's so crazy about fried chicken that he's got a reputation as large as his appetite.

When he swallows a chicken bone, Frye's friends panic see all. Old Dry Frye Written by and Pictures by Paul Brett Johnson Read by Amy Hosp - YouTube.

I love love love this story. This is just sharing for others to. Old Dry Frye: A Deliciously Funny Tall Tale Scholastic Canada, Limited, - Juvenile Nonfiction - 40 pages 0 Reviews Everybody knows Old Dry Frye.

Those Appalachian roots played a part in the development of Johnson’s book, Old Dry Frye, A Deliciously Funny Tall Tale, a melodic mountain tale about a fried-chicken-loving preacher whose last supper unleashes some interesting reactions among the townfolk.

Johnson, Brett Paul OLD DRY FRYE. by author. ISBN New York: Scholastic Press, Unp. $ Everyone knows Old Dry Frye, the chicken-eating preacher. One Sunday on rounds, Old Dry Frye sits down to dinner with a. Book Overview Old Dry Frye has a reputation as large as his appetite of loving fried chicken.

When he swallows a chicken bone, Frye's friends panic 5/5(1). OLD DRY FRYE Adapted by Larry and Vivian Snipes Loosely based on the book by Paul Brett Johnson “’Cause the preacher man has a fierce hankerin’ for fried chicken.

Once again Johnson (Old Dry Frye; The Cow Who Wouldn't Come Down) serves up a witty, satisfying blend of Appalachian lore and his own storytelling savvy.

Amos Dyer cannot resist a swap. So when wily S. Includes bibliographical references (pages ) Whickety-whack, into my sack / Ray Hicks -- The peddler's dream / Elizabeth Ellis -- Like meat loves salt / Elizabeth Ellis -- No news / The folktellers -- Old dry Frye / The folktellers -- Two white horses / The folktellers -- Brer possum's dilemma / Jackie Torrence -- How Brer rabbit outsmarted the frogs / Jackie Torrence -- Jack and the.

Old Dry Frye is one of the classics still recounted at storytelling festivals today. Reviews. User-contributed reviews. Tags. Add tags for "Old Dry Frye". Be the first. Similar Items. Related Subjects: (1) Movies; Confirm this request. You may have already requested this item.

Please select Ok if you would like to proceed with this request. Get this from a library! Old Dry Frye: a deliciously funny tall tale. [Paul Brett Johnson] -- A humorous retelling of an Appalachian folktale about a preacher who chokes on a chicken bone.

Provided to YouTube by CDBaby Old Dry Fry Story by Mike Lockett, Music by Mark L Tales from the Hills ℗ Dr. Mike Lockett Released on: Auto-generated by YouTube.By Rebeca Wallin, Published on 08/12/ BYU ScholarsArchive Citation.

Wallin, Rebeca () "Old Dry Frye," Children's Book and Media Review: Vol. Iss.5, Article 7.