Goldilocks and the Three Bears
Stop Goldilocks, go back home, woods aren't safe when you're all alone!'
What will become of Goldilocks when she ignores the friendly mouse's warnings?
Kate Clynes' modern retelling of this classic fairy tale casts a good-hearted little mouse as Goldilocks' conscience. His prudent warnings encourage young readers to questionGoldilocks' choices: how would you feel if somebody broke something that belongs to you? Should Goldilocks have run away at the end? What could she have done instead? Presenting the story from two points of view allows children to choose between conflicting emotions and asks us to think about the consequences of our actions. It also provides the perfect starting point for discussing topics such as safety, rules and responsibility, and relationships with others.
Mantra Lingua's 'Folktales, Myths and Legends' collection of dual language books breathes new life into a selection of well-loved tales from around the world. Lively illustrations, delightful rhymes and ingenious twists mean that children and adults alike will love rediscovering these modern adaptations of classic stories. The titles in this collection have been specifically chosen to provide scope for exploring moral themes and Citizenship topics relevant to Key Stages 1 and 2. For more advanced readers, this collection also serves as an excellent introduction to the story telling tradition.
Publisher: Mantra lingua