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Category: Fairy Tales Folk Tales and Myths
Subcategory: Children
Author: Ladybird Ladybird
ISBN: 1409311201
ISBN13: 978-1409311201
Language: English
Publisher: Ladybird; UK ed. edition (September 25, 2012)
Pages: 48
Fb2 eBook: 1817 kb
ePub eBook: 1661 kb
Digital formats: mobi doc lit txt

The Magic Porridge Pot. Based on the classic fairy tale. A little girl is given a magic porridge pot, but one day when her mother forgets to stop it cooking, the whole town is soon filled with porridge!

The Magic Porridge Pot. A little girl is given a magic porridge pot, but one day when her mother forgets to stop it cooking, the whole town is soon filled with porridge! Level: Beginner. Page Count: 32 Pages. Suitable for: 4-5 years.

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Level 1. A series of popular, traditional tales written in a simple way for children who are learning to read. The level is made of 6 books: The enormous turnip. The magic porridge pot. The ugly duckling. Read yourself with Ladybird. Illustrated by Gilly Marklew. Published October 1998 by Ladybird Books. Level 1. for children who are ready to take their first steps in reading. The three Billy goats gruff.

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The Enormous Turnip (Well-Loved Tales) by Ladybird (1981-01-06). I love these original ladybird books! Remembered reading this one as a kid and wanted to get a little collection of these books together to read to my kids. Loved re reading this one and so did my two - loved the ending of this!

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Children have always loved, and will always remember, these classic fairy tales and sharing them together is an experience to treasure

Children have always loved, and will always remember, these classic fairy tales and sharing them together is an experience to treasure

This beautiful hardback Ladybird edition of The Magic Porridge Pot is a perfect first illustrated introduction to this classic fairy tale for young readers from 3+. Ladybird Tales are based on the original Ladybird retellings by Vera Southgate, with beautiful pictures of the kind children like best - full of richness and detail. Children have always loved, and will always remember, these classic fairy tales and sharing them together is an experience to treasure. Ladybird has published fairy tales for over forty-five years, bringing the magic of traditional stories to each new generation of children. Other exciting titles in the Ladybird Tales series include Rumpelstiltskin, Snow White and the Seven Dwarves, Rapunzel, Sleeping Beauty, The Enormous Turnip, Puss in Boots and The Elves and the Shoemaker.
Comments to eBook Ladybird Tales the Magic Porridge Pot
Kefym
A list of the top 13 iconic photos, as this book claims to be, should, indeed pick iconic photos - ones that are of both epic events and that instantly grip the viewer with their impact on history. The photos chosen, in my opinion, would not generally fulfill those requirements. Several of them were excellent, but not the best ones. For example, if you think of a photo of the twin towers, moments after they were hit, it would probably bring to mind the image splashed on most newspapers directly afterwards, not the distant, smokey picture chosen in this book. I would grant that perhaps a photo of the events selected may (may!) rate an inclusion, but the ones selected were very disappointing.

Perhaps I'm expecting too much, but with the title this book is given, I expected photos that I would agree that everyone should be familiar with because most people /are/ familiar with them, not because the author happened to like them.

For anyone who's interested, the events captured are:
-Twin towers
-Lindenberg's plane, after his Atlantic flight, surrounded by a crowd.
-Workers on a skyscraper (there are two photos given, one of which seemed a rather odd inclusion as it was just a close-up of a random guy using a measuring device)
-Albert Einstein, sticking his tongue out (this is one of the few photos I'd say arguably deserves to be here)
-A shot of the Chinese Olympics (it's one on the cover of the book, with fireworks) -edit in 2015: I can say that this one should definitely not be included. The Chinese Olympics were not so globally impactful that they should have a photo in the 'most important photos of history'.
-Nelson Mandela (On the book cover)
-Man on the Moon (On the book cover
-A photo of the first man to reach the top of Mt. Everest, from that peak (A choice that may be appropriate, but not a photo I'd ever seen before)
-Martin Luther King Jr., before his 'I have a dream' speech (I wouldn't have picked that particular shot, although again the subject is interesting...)
-Princess Diana and Prince Charles kissing on their wedding day
-Crowds of people on the Berlin wall as it was coming down
-The Gulf Oil spill (specifically, the oil rig aflame). Edit 2015: Again, not an event that will be remembered as one of the top events of history.
-The Beatles group (A publicity shot from before they were so famous - wouldn't their 'cross-walk picture' be more iconic?)

I realize it would be difficult to pick just 13 photos which 'children should know', but even within the subjects listed above, I would not have selected the shots used in many cases, and I don't really agree that all the subjects chosen were the best in any case. There are so many historical events (I'm not including photos such as the picture of Earth taken from the Moon, which are 'nature' pictures, since the photos selected appear to be mostly of people or events rather than locations) which merit a solid consideration for a top photo (what about the one of Iwo Jima?) and I simply can't agree with most of the ones this author selected.

Finally, I have a few minor complaints about the text. For example, a time-line is given above the photo, but the event of the photo itself was not listed (like MLK Jr. birthday is given, but the date of the speech is not)

Overall, I would NOT recommend this book. Compile your own list of iconic photos off Google and give a description to your kids as to why they are memorable or important. It'd be much more effective and personal.
Ce
I had this book as a child, although not in this form and I've thought of it from time to time over the decades. When I found it on Amazon I knew that I had to have it in my home library. It brought back many happy memories.
Malalanim
Worked great in my class
Ieslyaenn
This was an amazing story! Things it could need: Rhyming, everyone loves that. I would recommend this book to my friends, they love magic! and I would rate it this way due to plain awesomeness! thx for reading this! (: ~.'ShadowNyx'.
Legionstatic
My students love to read when they finish a project early and this is a great series of books for them to learn about art.
ZEr0
It is good!
Gavikelv
Great way to introduce my kids to some major historical events and help them to recognize the images that commemorated those events!
I bought 2 of these books and they had alot of questionable art in it, gratned art is open to interperitation but there is art out there that isn't so questionable. Plus it doens't help you can't look inside b/c if you could i wouldn't have bought any.
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