Florence Parry Heide Sylvia Worth Van Clief Victoria Chess
Fables You Shouldn't Pay Any Attention To
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Fables You Shouldn't Pay Any Attention To Florence Parry Heide Sylvia Worth Van Clief Victoria Chess Brief tales extolling the virtues of carelessness, greed, lying, selfishness, and other admirable qualities.. Fables You Shouldn t Pay Any Attention To Brief tales extolling the virtues of carelessness greed lying selfishness and other admirable qualities
  • Title: Fables You Shouldn't Pay Any Attention To
  • Author: Florence Parry Heide Sylvia Worth Van Clief Victoria Chess
  • ISBN: 9780397317820
  • Page: 392
  • Format: Unknown Binding
  • Fables You Shouldn't Pay Any Attention To Florence Parry Heide Sylvia Worth Van Clief Victoria Chess

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    1. Cindy Mitchell *Kiss the Book* says:

      Heide, Florence Parry and Van Clief, Sylvia Worth Fables you Shouldn t Pay Any Attention To, 95 pages Atheneum Simon , 2017 republish from a 1978 edition 17 This book contains short stories that are the opposite of fables, where the animal characters learn that traditionally bad morals such as lazy and greed, are actually helpful and lead to better outcomes An example of this is the squirrel who won t share, while another squirrel does Sharing is typically a good quality but in this case, the sq [...]

    2. David Macpherson says:

      I adore this book I read it in a book store while my son looked around for books he wanted This is a collection of fables where the lazy, greedy, mean, envious characters are rewarded for their short commings It s the anti goops It is great The illustrations are new for this edition, but Sergio Ruzzier and he has a style similar to Edward Gorey, when Gorey illustrated cats and other kids books things Not dirivitive, just reminiscent.

    3. Robin Rousu says:

      Perfect choice for those dark little souls who would love the dreadful Dahls and most sarcastic Snickets, but aren t quite there yet Possibly a hit with older reluctant readers won t feel babyish, but close to Frog and Toad level for decoding.

    4. LynnDavidson says:

      The title says it all This is a chapter book, nine chapters about ten children Each child misbehaves in some way, but things turn out in their favour.

    5. Edward Sullivan says:

      Delightfully cheeky stories reissued with new illustration by Segrio Ruzzier.

    6. Fiona says:

      Not as funny as Tales for the Perfect Child, but there is one story that is completely hilarious and makes it worth the read.

    7. Susan T says:

      it was okay not the ending for positive.

    8. sally says:

      Ruzzier was the PERFECT choice for reillustrating this quirky, hilarious, little book.

    9. Deb Pellerin says:

      Just love this intriguing twist on traditional fables This newly illustrated version by Sergio Ruzzier adds an element of simplicity to a classic

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