Though this book may appear to look like another take on a traditional fairy tale, it’s really not as it gives young readers the lead in becoming a great story teller. As you explore the book readers have the opportunity to answer questions and decide details of the story. It makes children think about story structure and the importance of adding great detail to make a story an engaging read.
This book would be absolutely brilliant in a learning setting, not only for connecting to a traditional tale topic but also highlighting the magic of a great storyteller. It also makes for a rather fun group read aloud.
The illustrations are colourful and have a vintage feel reminiscent of books read as a child. An absolutely brilliant, interactive read based around a familiar tale.
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Disclaimer: I received this book from the publishers however, all words and opinions are my own.