Lion Book of Two-minute Bedtime Stories
by Elena Pasquali
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This is a collection of ten great stories retold at a cracking pace - perfect for bedtime reading. These ten stories include retellings of tales from the much-loved storytellers Aesop and Hans Christian Anderson as well as traditional folktales from around the world - including the Philippines, Iran and North America - all with something wise to say about life. Each story is retold in a short but continuous narrative, with quick and quirky illustrations adding to the momentum. The playful element is enhanced by text that 'interacts' with the pictures by means of join-in onomatopaeic labels and speech bubbles so that they are fun to share with children. The large text and carefully managed readability mean that such a book is also great fun for young children who are learning to read.
Lion Book of Two-minute Bedtime Stories by Elena Pasquali was published by Lion Hudson in March 2010 and is our 35668th best seller. The ISBN for Lion Book of Two-minute Bedtime Stories is 9780745960791.
These are suitable for pre-schoolers and also those able to read for themselves: though much better to be read as bedtime stories by an adult.
Described on the back cover as ?ten wise and entertaining stories .... from all over the world. They are here retold in simple words and appealing pictures to round off the day with warmth and good humour? I can fully endorse this description. These are not Bible stories but with a little guidance from an adult the moral of each story can be shared and a Christian message given as appropriate.
A delightful book that will be enjoyed for a number of years.
|Page last updated||28th January 2014|
|Author / Artist||Elena Pasquali|
|Publisher||Lion Hudson (March 2010)|
|Number of Pages||48|