The Three Billy Goats Gruff #2020

The Three Billy Goats Gruff Ellen Rudin Peter Christen Asbjørnsen Lilian Obligado The Three Billy Goats Gruff None

  • Title: The Three Billy Goats Gruff
  • Author: Ellen Rudin Peter Christen Asbjørnsen Lilian Obligado
  • ISBN: 9780307101174
  • Page: 403
  • Format: Hardcover
  • The Three Billy Goats Gruff Ellen Rudin Peter Christen Asbjørnsen Lilian Obligado None
    The Three Billy Goats Gruff Ellen Rudin Peter Christen Asbjørnsen Lilian Obligado

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    1. Rudin has a good sense of rhythm, and has retained all the things that are fun about this story as a read aloud, but I feel the point of it is lost.This is not clear from the text of this First Little Golden Book version, but the goats need to get to the other side of the bridge because there is nothing to eat on their current side Perhaps if I d looked at the pictures carefully as a child I d have noticed all the rocks on the left, contrasting with the healthy green growth on the right But I j [...]

    2. This is a classic that is great to read aloud to the children Especially if the reader acts out the voices.

    3. I would say this book is also for 2nd graders Its another easy reader and they words are easy to read this book was about 3 billy goats that lived a mountain and on the other of the bridge there was a grass area where the billy goats liked to eat but there was one problem,they had a troll living under the bridge that would stop them from getting across each billy goat went across one by one and each of them got stopped by the troll and the first two got acrossed the thrid one got stopped buy the [...]

    4. Awards N AGrade Level K 2Summary This story is about three goats who want to cross a bridge to get to a field of green grass The troll that lives under the bridge stops each one to try to eat them, but the first two goats convince the troll to wait for the next goat because they will be bigger and tastier The third, largest goat rams the troll off of the bridge, and the troll never bothers them again.Review I really like this rendition of the story I think that the illustrations are very articul [...]

    5. This version of the book is a great version to read to children, though doing some research I did find that there are multiple, violent descriptive versions of the end of the story so beware However the version I read was simply about three goats all named Gruff who aspired to cross a bridge that lead to fresh, lush grass, but it was constantly guarded by a mean troll Finally, the three goats decide to cross the bridge at separate times, each facing the troll alone As the two younger share the [...]

    6. This is a great read I think this book could be enjoyed by all ages but in particular will appeal to EYFS and KS1 children The book is about 3 billy goats that live on a mountain but want to cross to the other side o where there is nice grass for them to eat Unfortunately there is a troll living under the bridge that stops them from getting across Each billy goat goes across one by one but get stopped by the troll.This book would really appeal to children especially how the billy goats trick the [...]

    7. It does always annoy me when storytellers don t highlight how clever the goats are being when they convince the troll to let the first two goats pass over the bridge This retelling says the little and middle goats are afraid and basically beg the troll to eat their big brother No honor among goats, I guess The story is so much fun when you realize they re tricking the troll into facing the one opponent who can beat him Bah.

    8. A classic Afraid to cross the bridge because of the troll who lives underneath, three goats finally take the journey to enjoy the grass on the other side The littlest goat throws his bigger brother under the bus by telling the troll he s bigger and tastier The middle goat does the same The troll comes up for the third brother who promptly bucks him into the water The troll didn t bother the goats again they grazed on the other side whenever they chose.

    9. This is the best version of this story out there Well, out of the 10 or so I ve read The illustrations and story have stuck with me since childhood I can still it clearly in my head This is a kid friendly version the Norwegian folk tale, with none of the darkness that exists in some other versions.

    10. I love this book It teaches a wonderful lesson and is very exciting for children Lots of room for fun voices and noises One of the best books ever for reading to your children as they wait to sleep.

    11. This a great easy to read children s book with wonderful art I remember as a kid being obsessed with all the details the illustrator put into the pictures.

    12. One of my favorite books as a child A good moral lesson to consider is the value of understanding self discipline in a challenging environment.

    13. This book was a cute short tale that young children would get a kick out of Good example of fairy tales and traditional literature.

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