Story Teller (Marshall Cavendish)

A Tribute to the Collection of the World's Best Children's Stories Published by Marshall Cavendish

Synopses: Little Story Teller/Part 4

Polly Put the Kettle On
The favourite tea-time song.

Dotty’s Pancake Day
Trevor the train joins the Magic Mountain team and tells a story about his favourite magic dragon. The tape narration is reproduced word for word on the page.

The Chicken’s Breakfast
Can your children spot what each of the chicks in the poem wants to eat?

Sammy’s Scarecrow’s Party
When the woodland creatures decide to give Sammy a birthday party, magic spells are everywhere. An easy-to-read-aloud version of Robert Moss’ story is given on the page. © Brimax Rights Ltd 1982.

Sing a Song of Sixpence
Sing along with Morris and Doris.

I Went Fishing
A poem set to music, about a very unusual fishing expedition.

The Frog, the Cat and the Little Red Hen
The classic tale of what happens to the animals who are too lazy to help in the kitchen. All the “let’s-say-it-again” dialogue is faithfully reproduced on the page.

The Three Biscuit Tins
A rhyme set to music which suggests ways of using tins as toys.

Clumsy Cleo
A cartoon-style story of a lovable princess whose awkwardness finally saves the day. Written and illustrated by Rodger  Langton.

The Pancake Song
When it’s Pancake Day on Magic Mountain, Morris and Doris love to sing their special song. How many other things are they eating?

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This entry was posted on 4 October, 2009 by in Synopses.
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