The Three Billy-Goats Gruff (Anglais) Broché – 31 octobre 1968
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I think it has to do with feeling that she is starting and finishing a *real* story rather than something constructed to cover certain letter combinations.
If your own nascent reader is the same, you might want to take a look at this Ladybird reader: Billy Goats Gruff. It is on Level 2, which means that the print is still large and fairly easy to read, but there is more text per page. In this book there can be as many as four sentences per page. My daughter who reads pretty well for a kindergarten aged child, didn't have any problems except with the joined words such as: middle-sized.
Vocabulary consists of simple words such as: up, on, over, fat, him, big. And harder vocabulary like: middle-sized, Gruff, bridge, and splash. All-in-all though I would say that vocabulary would not be the problem, because the pictures and repetition provide all the clues most children will need to figure out what the words mean.
Four Stars. Satisfying read for newer readers. The pictures are cute, and the story is a classic. Find a sample of text from the book so you can judge for yourself:
Big billy goat Gruff
Little billy goat Gruff
billy goat Gruff
are over the bridge,
I can go
over the bridge
for some grass.
I love the idea of the story about three Billy goats that long to get to the other side of a bridge to eat the green grass. The bridge is guarded by a troll who gets deceived by the goats in promise of eating the biggest of the three goats. However the biggest goat charges the troll and gets rid of it.
This classic story has been retold many times over the years with the first telling in print dating back to the 1940's. This version is accompanied by very colourful illustrations that will keep children entertained. It is also ideal for children to read or for adults to read to children.