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Eric Carle Treasury of Classic Stories for Children (trade/club) (Anglais) Broché – 1 septembre 1995

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Some scary stuff.... 19 janvier 2009
Par C. Dellinger - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Relié
Just a warning, some of the Grimm tales are pretty grim. The story of Big Klaus and Little Klaus, which I'd never heard before, features a man killing another man's horse, complete with (Eric Carle illustrated)picture of bloody ax and bleeding horse lying on the ground. It additionally features implied adultery and Little Klaus tricking Big Klaus into killing himself. Not too delightful if you ask me. My 3-year-old son liked some of the stories and pictures, especially the Aesop's fables. Just get that one unless you've actually read through these stories. The fairy tales of previous centuries are a bit rougher than what we're used to reading to our kids these days.
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Art gives new slant to old tales 6 juin 2000
Par Un client - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Broché
Although I prefer realistic illustrations the artisty of Eric Carle is fun to look at and the bold, splashy colors of his tissue-paper collages get the attention of children. The book contained a good mix of fairy tales from Hans Christian Anderson and the Brothers Grimm, as well as some of Aesop's Fables. The book had some tales that I had never heard such as The Marsh King's Daughter and The Traveling Companion, and the rendition of The Wild Swans is one of the best I have read. My favorite illustration was of the horse in Tom Thumb.
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Charming! 22 janvier 2005
Par lisasbookshelf - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Cahier
This book is simply a pleasure to read. Carle illustrates in a style all his own. If you like his work you will not want to be without this charming collection of 22 classic tales told in a fun, conversational stlye. Five stars.
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thought this was terrible, do not recommend 4 décembre 2002
Par Un client - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Broché
I bought this book to continue teaching little Japanese children (4-7) partly brought up in the states classic western children stories, but then realised that the stories had all been shortened- some to a point they were not understandable. I thought a lot of the messages the original writers were trying to portray were lost, and the children found the pictures scary. There were a lot of stories I had not heard of, and very few of the ones I would have called classics.
I just want to warn that the pictures are fairly dark and gloomy and that the stories have been adapted and shortened a lot in some cases. Most stories only have one picture of a single scene and are very heavy on words, whereas children tend to find it much easier to follow if there are more pictures.
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Enjoyed this 2 janvier 2003
Par Wandering Aesop - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Broché
If you love stories, you'll really enjoy this. My students did. Also nice to add to your collection are: Aesop for Children (Winter), Grimm's complete fairy tales (Grimm), Great Children's stories (Richardson), The Butterfly (Singh). There are many other great children's books out there, but these were the ones I enjoyed the most. Oh, and I almost forgot the two classics that no children should ever be deprived of: The Little Prince (Exupery) and Charlotte's Web (White).
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