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by Honorary Research Fellow David Conway

eBook The Great Fairy Tale Disaster epub
  • ISBN: 0340989971
  • Author: Honorary Research Fellow David Conway
  • Genre: Children
  • Subcategory: Fairy Tales Folk Tales & Myths
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Hachette Children's Group; UK ed. edition (May 1, 2012)
  • Pages: 32 pages
  • ePUB size: 1730 kb
  • FB2 size 1478 kb
  • Formats mobi rtf docx mbr


The Great Fairytale Disaster is a great book for young children, encompassing a range of pictures and different style fonts to retain their attention and make the book more interesting.

The Great Fairytale Disaster is a great book for young children, encompassing a range of pictures and different style fonts to retain their attention and make the book more interesting. It is effective because it means an adult who may be reading this book to a young child can emphasise their voice, making the story more interesting.

David Conway, Melanie Williamson. A follow up to the bestselling The Great Nursery Rhyme Disaster. Fairy tales have never been funnier than in this outrageously silly picture book!

David Conway, Melanie Williamson. Fairy tales have never been funnier than in this outrageously silly picture book! Once upon a time there lived an old Big Bad Wolf. He no longer has any huff and puff to blow down the Three Little Pigs' houses so he scampers off into the pages of the Fairy Tale book to find a new one. He tries one tale after another, but things never quite work to plan.

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The Big Bad Wolf is fed up with blowing down houses. Climbing up the beanstalk and seeing the giant scared the wolf, and getting kissed by the prince in Sleeping Beauty is not for the wolf at all. As the wolf runs from page to page the whole book of fairy tales becomes a great mixed up mess.

The Great Fairy Tale Disaster.

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Items related to The Great Fairy Tale Disaster. David Conway has been shortlisted for the Sheffield Children's Book Award. David Conway The Great Fairy Tale Disaster. ISBN 13: 9781589251113. He has also been awarded The Peter Pan Silver Star by the Swedish wing of the IBBY and the Parents' Choice Gold Award in the US. His first picture book The Most Important Gift of All with Karin Littlewood was nominated for The Kate Greenaway Medal in 2006. Melanie Williamson is one of the best newcomers around. She won the Rothertham Children's Book Award and was shortlisted for the Sheffield Award.

The Big Bad Wolf is fed up with blowing down the Three Little Pigs' houses. As the wolf runs from page to page the whole book of fairy tales becomes a great mixed-up mess!

The Big Bad Wolf is fed up with blowing down the Three Little Pigs' houses. ISBN13: 9781589251113.

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David Conway has been shortlisted for the Sheffield Children's Book Award.

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All used books sold by Book Fountain All new books sold by Book Fountain Will be clean, not soiled or stained. A follow up to the bestselling Great Nursery Rhyme Disaster. Fairytales have never been funnier than in this outrageously silly picture book! Once upon a time there lived an old Big Bad Wolf. He longer had any huff and puff to blow down the Three Little Pigs' houses so he scampers off into the pages of the Fairy Tale book to find a new one. He tries one tale after ather, but things never quite work to plan. Will he find a fairytale that suits him perfectly?

Once upon a time there lived an old Big Bad Wolf. He no longer had any huff and puff to blow down the Three Little Pigs' houses so he scampered off into the pages of the Fairy Tale book to find a new one. He tries one tale after another, but things never quite work to plan. Will he find a fairytale that suits him?
Comments: (7)
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I received this book yesterday and read it last night. I was hoping this book would be like the old computer game "Mixed Up Fairy Tales" which I loved and wish it would be redone for other gaming systems. I should have heeded the review that stated this book was indeed a "disaster". I had high hopes for this book when I started reading since I love all the Grimm's Fairy Tales however, shortly after the start when the wolf jumps to other fairy tales, the story became rather disjointed and did not flow well. The other fairy tale characters popped up randomly and the wolf left them without so much as a resolution or explanation to why he went to each fairy tale. The Prince that kisses Sleeping Beauty awake did not notice that the Big Bad Wolf and Sleeping Beauty look different and kisses him anyway!? I don't understand what kind of stupid character or person comes into a room and mistakes a wolf for a princess. None of the other fairy tale characters do anything about the wolf jumping into their stories. The arbitrary jumps between fairy tales seems to get worse and worse as the story goes on. And in the end, the wolf goes back to his story and tries to get into the pigs' house, falls into a cauldron of boiling water and survives! I mean, I know it is a kids book, but it would have been nice if the author tried a bit harder to truly connect the fairy tales and provide a reasonable ending to the story. I will be returning my book.
Anarasida
Such a cute book!
allegro
Just what I wanted!
Made-with-Love
Kid and parent approved -- with new twists on familiar stories. Lovely illustrations work with the text to engage all ages. Conway's childrens' books are our traditional new baby and birthday gifts and get rave reviews.
SkroN
Great book for kids.
Flas
absolutely adorable book. the illustrations are beautiful and the story is creative and engaging. both my son and daughter enjoy this book. cute twist on favorite characters.
Helldor
An elderly Big Bad Wolf is tired of trying to blow down the Three Little Pigs' houses. So he wanders into other fairy tales to find one that better suits his needs. Problem is that wolves don't wear dresses like Cinderella; they don't like scary giants climbing down beanstalks; and they sure don't care for getting kissed by princes. Chaos erupts in fairy tale land, leading to a surprising end.

Between the fabulous artwork of Melanie Williamson and the fantastic plot of this story, your child is sure to be enthralled. Wacky and wonderful, this twisted-fairy tale adventure will lead to smiles and laughs from everyone. I love unique takes on classics, and this definitely fits the bill.

I received a copy of this book from the publisher. This review contains my honest opinions, for which I have not been compensated in any way.
The Big Bad Wolf is fed up with having to blow down the Three Little Pigs’ houses. He is completely out of huff and puff, and fed up of ending up in a pot of hot water, so he decides to go and find a nice relaxing fairy tale to live in for a change. Of course, his attempts to find somewhere restful to live don’t go quite as planned, but this is a fun story with lots of favourite fairy tale characters for children to recognise. The Big Bad Wolf discovers that the grass is not always greener on the other side and children will love the mayhem he causes in other fairy tales. If your child enjoys this, they will also like, “The Great Fairy Tale Disaster,” by the same author/illustrator.
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