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Creepy Castle. (Anglais) Relié – 10 octobre 1998

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Trente ans avec ce livre raconté des dizaines de fois à mes enfants puis mes petits enfants... Sans parole mais avec des demi-pages à tourner sur des épisodes terrifiants. Cela valait bien le rachat de ce livre dont mon premier exemplaire est en ruines.
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on a toute la collection, petits personnages sympathiques le fait de ne pas avoir de texte permet de faire travailler l' imagination des enfants et des parents,article de bonne qualité,beau visuel
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 A delightful opportunity for story telling to a tyke 30 novembre 2012
Par Jay Goldammer - Publié sur Amazon.com
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Beautifully illustrated, the wordless story is a wonderful opportunity to tell the story to your tyke. I have given this book, as a present, to several women for their first born and it has been a delight to each of their children. But a word of warning, you have to tell the tale (and best do it dramatically) for best results!
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2.0 étoiles sur 5 Ditto... Don't Bother 11 juillet 2011
Par Urban Mom - Publié sur Amazon.com
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I couldn't agree more with the other 2-Star Review. Don't bother adding this to your collection. While John Goodall illustrates gorgeous books, the plot on this one is seriously lacking -- and not worth the greatly overpriced cost. Don't let the cute cover featuring an adorable mouse maiden in Renaissance garb fool you. I bought this for my 4-year-old daughter who absolutely adores Goodall's other classics: "Shrewbettina's Birthday," "Naughty Nancy Goes to School," and "The Midnight Adventures of Kelly, Dot & Esmeralda." This one, however, not only fell flat, but the images of the bats and dragon scared her to the point where we had to put the book away for some time before she was willing to look at it again -- and this is a child who is not easily scared. If you like wordless books, and aren't familiar with Goodall's other classics, the best to start with are "Shrewbettina's Birthday" and the "Midnight Adventures of Kelly, Dot & Esmeralda."
5.0 étoiles sur 5 Great for Language Development - The pictures tell the story... 22 janvier 2013
Par Sarita - Publié sur Amazon.com
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As an aspiring Speech Language Pathologist, I have learned about the importance of "didactic reading" in developing children's language skills. When you simply read a book to a child, the child is more likely to zone out or not completely follow what is going on, but when you talk about the story WITH the child, the child is able to follow the story and really develop his/her own narrative skills at the same time. This book is hands down my son's favorite book and I know he has learned lots of vocabulary from it from us "reading" it together. I highly encourage others to find more wordless picture books and engage in story telling WITH their children to encourage their language development. These books are great because they can grow with the child. As the child's language improves, you can make the story more and more complex.

- Describe the events of the story in phrases that are about 1-2 words longer than the average number of words your child uses in a sentence so that you are talking over your child's head.
- Ask questions about what is happening in the story and what the characters are thinking.
- Explain "why" certain events happened and then later ask your child "why" (once your child is at a developmental level to be able to understand explanations and the word "why," which is a more advanced word than "what" and "where").
- Once you have gone through the story a few times, periodically ask the child to "read" the story to you. This will help you understand what it is your child grasps in the story and what he/she does not yet grasp so that you can focus more on those ideas/words later.
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 Detailed images, perfect for storytelling 11 novembre 2010
Par microjoe - Publié sur Amazon.com
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This is a wonderful little book by illustrator John Goodall, and it is hard to believe it is watercolor as the pictures are so detailed. The rare 1998 hardcover book has a matching pictorial binding under the dustjacket, so if the DJ is damaged you still have the book cover. Goodall uses a unique trick in having half of a page covering a portion of the next scene, making it more suspenseful. The story is set in medieval times, as a young brave mouse and his lady friend that looks like a princess go out for a walk. The find a deserted castle in the woods and decide to explore. Along the way they meet many dangers, including a rat villain that has been following them. The book refrains from any spoken words, allowing you as the reader to interpret what is happening and add your own words as you read it. This makes the book appropriate for a wide age group. The small size is perfect pack anywhere. I have to say, that after reading this particular book hundreds of times to my son as a baby, a toddler, and a young boy, I have kept in on my shelf now that he is a teenager. It is too beautiful to let it go, and someday I may have grandchildren to read it to.
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 If You Give a Mouse a Castle 23 octobre 2003
Par M. Allen Greenbaum - Publié sur Amazon.com
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A dashing, green-clad, Robin Hood-like mouse and his dressed-to-the-nines wife (think of the "Robin Hood" movie with Olivia de Haviland) find adventure while confront scary objects (e.g., bats, a green monster with whiskers, a mysterious person following them along the way) in and around a castle. The only real violence is the stabbing (without blood) of the monster. The intruder, on the other hand, gets bumped into a river when he aims his bow and arrow at some geese!
There are no words (watercolorist Goodall wrote more than 35 such books), but the fairy-tale setting, the beautiful illustrations, and the foldaway half pages that reveal action when peeled back will stimulate the young "reader." For very small fry, somewhat older readers, especially girls, may not relate to the female mouse always being scared, and the male mouse always coming to her rescue. But then, while the book is innovative in the use of foldaway half pages, the story is fairly traditional. In general, this is a very fun book that promises lots of good quality talk between you and your young one!
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