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Jack and the Beanstalk By Richard Walker Niamh Sharkey,

  • Title: Jack and the Beanstalk
  • Author: Richard Walker Niamh Sharkey
  • ISBN: 9781905236695
  • Page: 329
  • Format: Paperback
  • One day, when they have no food left, Jack s mom sends him to market to sell the cow On the way, Jack bumps into a funny little man wearing a big, baggy jacket with big, baggy pockets In the pockets lie six bewitched beans, but the funny little man has lost the instructions for them Jack s adventure begins when he swaps Daisy the cow for six magic beans that grow to theOne day, when they have no food left, Jack s mom sends him to market to sell the cow On the way, Jack bumps into a funny little man wearing a big, baggy jacket with big, baggy pockets In the pockets lie six bewitched beans, but the funny little man has lost the instructions for them Jack s adventure begins when he swaps Daisy the cow for six magic beans that grow to the land of the clouds.Book Details Format PaperbackPublication Date 3 30 2006Pages 40Reading Level Age 4 and Up
    Jack and the Beanstalk One day when they have no food left Jack s mom sends him to market to sell the cow On the way Jack bumps into a funny little man wearing a big baggy jacket with big baggy pockets In the pockets l

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    1. Jack and the Beanstalk is an English Folklore written by Richard Walker and Illustrated by Niamh Sharkey This book is intended for readers ages four to seven Jack and the Beanstalk is a well known tale of a poor farm boy and his mother who obtains magic beans Jack is a curious kid that does not pass up the opportunity to venture up the beanstalk This book is the tale of the series of events that follow his excursion This specific book came along with a story time CD so you can listen as you foll [...]

    2. Jack and the Beanstalk by Richard Walker is a classic, childlike tale When Jack and his mother run out of food, Jack has to sell their cow in exchange for money Instead, Jack comes across and funny little man that trades him magic beans for the cow Out of anger, Jack s mother throws the magic beans outside and before they knew it, there was a beanstalk outside their window The book is illustrated very well, but as for the writing part could be a bit confusing for children I d recommend teacher s [...]

    3. You know the story and it really depends on the art work of how good the book will rate A couple of the pictures it made the boy look like a girl, which my boys kept trying to tell me it was a girl They also asked why was Jack stealing the moneygood point

    4. A retold version based on the traditional folk tale of Jack and the beanstalk is story is about a boy named Jack.One day he was sent out to the market by his mother to sell their cow,their only last possession and any sort of income.Jack by all means listened to the instructions of his mother and set off.On his travels he meets a funny little man.a man wearing big,baggy jacket with big,baggy pockets.In that pocket contained some precious magic beans.The funny,strange man offered him to trade the [...]

    5. Jack and the Beanstalk by Richard Walker was a great book This book was retelling the story of the original Jack and the Beanstalk The tale of a boy who climbed to the top of a magic beanstalk to escaped from a giant I had not read this book before now but when I was little I read the original tale of Jack and the Beanstalk and loved it The genre of the book Jack and the Beanstalk is folklore This book is probably best for ages 6 and up I thought the illustrations could have been a little better [...]

    6. With the cupboards being empty, Jack s mother reluctantly sends jack to town to sell their beloved cow, Daisy Jack returns with 6 minuscule beans Magic beans to be exact Frustrated, Jack s mother tosses the beans outside They both go to bed miserable and hungry The magic beans gro sky high, and into the land of the clouds An elderly woman offers to feed him, giant stomps, FEE, FI, FO, FUM , and a geese lays golden eggs Richard Walker s humorous version of this classic tale is a breathe of fresh [...]

    7. This version intrigues me because of its jewel toned color palette and Tim Burton esque think Nightmare Before Christmas illustrations so different from the typical greens and browns and realistically drawn scenes in most Jack books But the story is chopped up Jack only visits the giant once, with the goose and the wife following him back down the beanstalk and the giant soaring into space Eh.

    8. A retelling of the classic story with some differences which I didn t really like I didn t particularly like the illustrations either too dull Would be good with children to compare this with the original and compare differences.

    9. This book is fun for kids who love adventure They can find Jack relatable and there pictures are fun It s the classic story that I had read when I was little and it would be fun to read to my future class.

    10. Not my favorite version of the Jack and the beanstalk story The illustrations were too angular and modern for me.

    11. This is a great retell of the classic story.The strength of this book are the illustrations This book would be great for ages 3 and up.

    12. This was a good book I liked how they added to a story that we all know so well The illustrations were so cute and creative.

    13. Great illustrations and I think Phoenix basically likes it We purchased it from barefoot books with the cd do I make sure she listens to it occasionally.

    14. A complete, engaging version of the fairy tale with engaging illustrations I would wait until elementary school age due to potentially scary thematic elements.

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