Goldilocks and the Three Crocodiles: A new fabulously funny twist on the classic story
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Michael Rosen, a recent British Children’s Laureate, has written many acclaimed books for children, including WE'RE GOING ON A BEAR HUNT, illustrated by Helen Oxenbury, and I’M NUMBER ONE and THIS IS OUR HOUSE, both illustrated by Bob Graham. Meet Ruffles, the playful puppy, as he learns to share his space and belongings with a litter of kittens. Children can recognise this is wrong as they read the story and consider their own actions more closely in the future.
Will history repeat itself or will Goldilocks finally learn not to be the unwanted visitor in a family's home? Michael Rosen does not disappoint and, in partnership with Davis Melling, they have created some thing quite magical. They don’t find it, but they do reach the sea and it hear it singing, and then they discover someone else’s house, with another set of chairs and breakfasts to try out.These ‘Goldilocks and the Three Bears’ activities for nursery have all been designed by experienced practitioners and early years specialists. Introduce an exciting EYFS topic on Goldilocks and the Three Bears to children, starting with one of our beautifully-illustrated e-books or animated PowerPoints .
A classic fairy tale is reimagined in this brilliantly funny, rhyming picture book, written by former Children’s Laureate Michael Rosen. From Michael Rosen, the highly regarded author of We're Going on a Bear Hunt, comes this wonderful new take on the famous nursery rhyme, brilliantly brought to life by David Melling, the creator of Hugless Douglas. Not only this but Goldilocks herself has been given a restyle – this dungaree-wearing Goldilocks is a little more daring, a little less neat and, best of all, she has a very cute canine companion!Self-expression : Art can be one of the greatest joys in life, and the humble beginnings of great artists are usually found in childhood activities such as colouring and mark-making. The children thought this was the best book they had read and wanted to read it again, always a winner if this happens!