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The Gingerbread Man (Waterford Early Reading Program, Traditional Tale 1) (edició 2000)

de Madge Tovey (Autor)

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A freshly baked gingerbread boy escapes when he is taken out of the oven and eludes his pursuers until he meets a clever fox.
Membre:GibsonGunn
Títol:The Gingerbread Man (Waterford Early Reading Program, Traditional Tale 1)
Autors:Madge Tovey (Autor)
Informació:Electronic Education (2000), 22 pages
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The Gingerbread Man (Waterford Early Reading Program, Traditional Tale 1) de Madge Tovey

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The message behind this book is that cookies should always be eaten and also that it is important to be smart in order to get what you want.
I enjoyed this old classic because of the outrageous plot of a gingerbread man coming to life and running away from everyone. For young readers, this plot is quite exciting and fascinating to them because obviously a gingerbread man cant get up and run away. I thought it was funny how all the people and animals that were chasing him were not able to get him, as he had told them, but then a sly fox was able to capture and eat him very quickly. It was just an interesting plot twist.
I also enjoyed the illustrations of this book. I loved that they appeared to be very cartoony. They were not done in a realistic way but I think that only helps the story as a whole. I also think that the style of the illustrations is very appealing to young readers, keeping them interested in the book enough to want to continue to read the story over and over. ( )
  graceberry | Nov 23, 2015 |
I really liked this book because I thought it was a clever retelling of "The Gingerbread Man" stories. I thought it was very organized and easy to follow along. It was not a complete pattern book, but there were parts of the book that were repetitive which could benefit early readers. There were a lot of secondary characters that appeared which kept the story interesting. For example, having a cow chase after the gingerbread man followed by a horse that attempts to eat it as well. The plot was a bit suspenseful because there was really no prediction as to what would happen next. I thought the gingerbread man would successfully escape without getting eaten but it turns out the fox's help was not so sincere despite the gingerbread man trusting him. The illustrations definitely enhanced the story and help tell the story. The pictures were full of colors which readers would enjoy. I think that the big idea or message of this story is to be careful who you trust because it is easy for people to trick you into thinking one thing, but their intentions are completely different. Just like how the fox told the gingerbread man he could help him cross the lake without getting wet, but really it was just an easy trap to eat the gingerbread man himself. ( )
  blim3 | Oct 8, 2015 |
An old lady makes a gingerbread cookie in the oven, and he escapes and runs away. Nobody can catch him. Then he comes to water that he cannot cross alone, so he trusts a fox to carry him across on his nose. The fox tricks the gingerbread man into being eaten.
This story is my absolute favorite traditional piece of literature. It's just so fun to read! I read it all of the time to my daughter, and she just loves it. I also read it to my children for service learning and they had a lot of fun with it!
This could be read to my classroom of students, and everytime the gingerbread man repeats his line of "Run, run, as fast as you can..." the students could say it so that they have more fun. This will also keep them paying attention. As another fun activity after we read the story, we could make gingerbread cookies!
  merestreet123 | Jun 21, 2010 |
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