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eBook The Little Red Hen (Paul Galdone Classics) ePub

by Paul Galdone

  • ISBN: 0395288037
  • Category: Animals
  • Subcategory: For Children
  • Author: Paul Galdone
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Clarion Books (July 16, 1979)
  • Pages: 48
  • ePub book: 1283 kb
  • Fb2 book: 1427 kb
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  • Rating: 4.3
  • Votes: 562

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I like Paul Galdone's delightful illustrations and choose the hardcover versions so that these books will last. The Little Red Hen is among the eight or nine books that are included in the "library" I give to newborns.

I like Paul Galdone's delightful illustrations and choose the hardcover versions so that these books will last. The parents of the newborns have been pleased with the "library

I like Paul Galdone's delightful illustrations and choose the hardcover versions so that these books will last. The parents of the newborns have been pleased with the "library

The Little Red Hen, written by Paul Galdone, is a story about four animals (Hen, Cat, Dog, and Mouse) living .

The Little Red Hen, written by Paul Galdone, is a story about four animals (Hen, Cat, Dog, and Mouse) living together in a cozy little house. Cat, Dog, and Mouse like to spend their days being lazy and sleeping, which causes Hen to do all of the work around the home. The Little Red Hen Genre: Traditional Literature Book Level: . In this classic tale Little Red Hen goes through all the hard work of cleaning the house, tending the garden, and baking the cake, each time asking the other animals that lived in the house if they would help but instead they decided to laze around and nap all day.

Little Red Hen is a time-tested cautionary tale about how we reap what we sow. When the hen asks a cat, dog, and mouse for help planting some wheat, she gets no takers: "‘Not I!’ said the cat. ‘Not I!’ said the dog. ‘Not I!’ said the mouse. T. The Three Billy Goats Gruff. With plenty of repetition, this adventure is perfect for reading aloud and for joining in, and a satisfying ending provides a reassur. Anatole (Anatole, by Eve Titus · Paul Galdone.

Series Title: Paul Galdone Classics. Publisher: Clarion Books. Age Range: 4-8 years. Author: Paul Galdone. Street Date: March 18, 1985. When the hen asks a cat, dog, and mouse . When the hen asks a cat, dog, and mouse for help planting some wheat, she gets no takers: "'Not I!' said the cat. 'Not I!' said the dog. 'Not I!' said the mouse.

The Little Red Hen. Paul Galdone.

Paul Galdone was born in Budapest, Hungary in 1907 and emigrated to the United States in 1928. There he was introduced to the process of bookmaking, an activity that was soon to become his lifelong career.

Little Red Hen is a time-tested cautionary tale about how we reap what we so. Пользовательский отзыв - Nichole - Goodreads.

Little Red Hen is a time-tested cautionary tale about how we reap what we sow. When the hen asks a cat, dog, and mouse for help planting some wheat, she gets no takers: "‘Not I!’ said the cat. ‘Not I!’ said the dog. ‘Not I!’ said the mouse." They won’t water, cut, or grind the wheat . . . or help bake a cake with it, either. So guess who eats the cake by herself in the end? The Caldecott Honor artist Paul Galdone’s delightfully detailed ink and wash illustrations—packed with charming details—add plenty of sly humor to the well-loved story that not only offers a sage message but also shows children what it takes to make a cake from the ground up!

Comments

thrust thrust
Ordered 3 to give as gifts, also several other versions to compare. This version (Galdone) is reasonably well drawn however the classic story has been changed in that the hen bakes a cake as opposed to bread, the staff of life. Book's description mentioned this but I missed it, and I like the original version better. Is cake thought to appeal but not bread? Anyway for this reason I strongly prefer Otolengihi's bread version with a similar low price point and, in fact, more appealing illustration.
Bad Sunny Bad Sunny
I am only giving this 3 stars because I liked the book, but it arrived bent, with a permanent crease in the cover and pages (If I could, I would give the book 5 stars, and the packaging less than 1 star). I purchased the paperback version of the book. It was shipped in a soft, padded manila envelop about 4 times larger than the size of the book. There was no packing or cardboard stiffeners to protect the book. This book was meant to be a gift, but I'm not going to give my granddaughter a book that looks used and abused.

As for the story, I liked this version better than I thought I would. Although it is somewhat modified from the original story, this version is simple and entertaining to read. After the cat, dog and pig don't help with every step leading up to the finished cake, the Little Red Hen does NOT share the cake, which is an important part of the moral and lesson of the story. But, on the next and last page of the book, the cat, dog and pig have all become "very eager helpers" "whenever there was work to be done." That is a nice addition to the abrupt end of the original story.

UPDATE: Amazon.com shipped a replacement book at no cost. That WOULD have been fantastic service, but the replacement was also shipped in a soft envelop with no protection, and the replacement book ALSO ARRIVED BENT AND DAMAGED. I am downgrading my rating from 3 starts to 1 star because of the extremely bad packaging. Don't buy this book from Amazon.com if you are planning to give it as a gift, as I was.
Ariseym Ariseym
I like Paul Galdone's delightful illustrations and choose the hardcover versions so that these books will last. The Little Red Hen is among the eight or nine books that are included in the "library" I give to newborns. Mr. Galdone has illustrated many of the children's classic stories...and they are available in hard cover and are similar in size, so when presented together, make a nice "set." The parents of the newborns have been pleased with the "library." Incidentally, Amazon has a fine selection of Mr. Galdone's books which made it very simple to purchase all seven or eight books in one place. Thank you Paul Galdone for these attractive little books (with fine life's lessons) and also to Amazon for making them available and your fine services.
Sat Sat
The Kindle version of The Little Red Hen allows me to project the book on my Active Board, which helps bring the characters alive for my students. This is a folk tale classic about an overworked hen and her three lazy friends, who soon learn the value of hard work. I read it every year in the library as a collaboration with the first-grade classroom teachers when they begin teaching story elements to their students. I use this book to teach the first graders to retell The Little Red Hen by using the story elements. The characters, setting, problem, events, and solution are easily identified by my students, which helps them retell the story. This book is also excellent for teaching sequence of events and the simple text is designed to support your emergent readers. This version of This version of The Little Red Hen is a great addition to any teacher’s library.
The Rollers of Vildar The Rollers of Vildar
We actually own three versions of the Little Red Hen, and all but this one I find a bit tedious to read in their repetition. Galdone manages to preserve the repetition that kids like so well, without making the story a drudgery to read.

Moreover, Galdone's illustrations make this book interesting, and very pleasant to read time and again. The sloth of the dog, cat and mouse are depicted in the most amusing detail, as is every nook and cranny of the house these unlikely four share. The Little Red Hen herself wears a persnickety expression throughout many of the illustrations, and I like the way that casts her in a slightly less glowing light. It adds a sort of complexity to the story. The book ends on the note of the dog, cat and mouse doing a great deal more to help out after the experience and leaves you with an image of each of them, looking properly shamed, whilst donning aprons and cleaning the house.

If you're looking for the ideal version of this story, Paul Galdone has certainly created it.
Halloween Halloween
Love Paul Gadone's version of this classic children's tale: His images are so unique and striking. Some of the visuals have helped our son learn to read, particularly the "Not I!" sections with their distinct imagery built around the words. This hardbound binding is both lovely and sturdy, good for "read it again" requests.

Also, I can't really explain it, but Gadone's description of the cake the hen bakes always makes me hungry, like, "I need to taste that cake it sounds so yummy." Pro-tip: Give each of the animals their own voices. Adds to the fun.