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Songs for Bears - A Tale of Goldilocks Brynn Carter

Songs for Bears - A Tale of Goldilocks

Brynn Carter

Published October 26th 2011
ISBN : 9781467043755
Paperback
32 pages
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All children will enjoy these illustrations, which clearly show textures, like the thick fur on bears.Young children will appreciate that this story is written in verse -- following patterns from three, well-know songs. Verse and melody make it easyMoreAll children will enjoy these illustrations, which clearly show textures, like the thick fur on bears.Young children will appreciate that this story is written in verse -- following patterns from three, well-know songs. Verse and melody make it easy to remember words, and that memory of text helps youngsters feel like they can read the story.This book begins with Goldilocks taking a walk and exploring inside the bears house, following melody in London Bridge is Falling Down.She just wanted to see inside,This curious childJust wanted a peek.She just wanted to see inside,And tried the door knob.When three bears appear, they enter with the melody in Row, Row, Row, Your Boat.Here, here, here they come,After a good roam,Happily, huskily, hungrily, hastily,Three bears going home.And the story ends with melody and lamenting lyrics like in My Darlin Clementine.Oh, now darlin, oh now darlin, oh now darlin, Goldilocks, You went some place you shouldn t otta- dreadful sorry, Goldilocks. Please update the book descriptionFor those of you who are teachers or parents, this original version of a classic tale may be used to inspire children. They too, could use a familiar story or song as a starting point for their creative activities. And words in this book are carefully chosen to both develop vocabulary and motivate youngsters to think about word choice in their own writing.So, let your children enjoy the illustrations and verse. And they may even glean an important message from this version of Goldilocks and the Three Bears, such as: One can learn something from mistakes.: -)