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 7

There was an Old Woman
While you sing the song, see how many of the old woman’s children you can count in the picture.

The Brand New Spell
It’s Jane’s turn to tell a Magic Mountain story. Listen out for the spell and see how it helps Morris and Doris solve a problem.

The Three Little Pigs
Geraldine McCaughrean retells the classic tale. Listen to the story on the tape and read the simplified version on the page. Which of the little pigs turns out to be the wisest of them all?

The Spider and the Fly
Say the poem with a friend. One of you can be the spider, one the fly!

Goosey Goosey Gander
Join in with Morris and Doris and sing the nonsense nursery rhyme.

The Kind-hearted Mouse
What does the mouse find in the little house? Can you imitate the sounds she hears in Ivy Russell’s story? From The Read-To-Me Story Book, pubished by Methuen Children’s Books.

Let’s Make a Doll’s House
The rhyme shows you how.

Bubble and Squeek’s Surprise
Bubble and Squeek are two little starfish. When their mother decides to do some spring-cleaning, there’s a surprise in store for one of them. A cartoon story by Peet Ellison.

Jane’s Song
Jane’s own Magic Mountain song.

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