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James Marshall's Favorite Fairy Tales

James Marshall s Favorite Fairy Tales Playaway is the simplest way to listen to audio on the go Each Playaway comes with the digital content already pre loaded on it and a battery to make it play Simply plug in earbuds and enjoy Each ultr

  • Title: James Marshall's Favorite Fairy Tales
  • Author: JamesMarshall Donal Ebert Donnelly
  • ISBN: 9781602526457
  • Page: 127
  • Format: Audio
  • Playaway is the simplest way to listen to audio on the go Each Playaway comes with the digital content already pre loaded on it and a battery to make it play Simply plug in earbuds and enjoy Each ultra portable Playaway weighs only two ounces and comes packaged with earbuds and a standard AAA battery to allow for immediate listening Every Playaway comes ready to shelvePlayaway is the simplest way to listen to audio on the go Each Playaway comes with the digital content already pre loaded on it and a battery to make it play Simply plug in earbuds and enjoy Each ultra portable Playaway weighs only two ounces and comes packaged with earbuds and a standard AAA battery to allow for immediate listening Every Playaway comes ready to shelve in drop box friendly packaging, complete with title inserts and instructions Playaway is being circulated in over 11,000 public, academic, military and government libraries with a 99% library customer satisfaction rate With 70 respected publishing partners, a growing collection of over 1,500 titles across 30 genres is available No Cassettes No CD s No downloads Just Play.

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    1. James Marshall follows the traditional tale of Red Riding Hood. The illustrations really caught my interest, more than the text. James Marshall's use of cartoonish characters made the story fun and loveable, and brought me back to my own childhood (I have read a lot of his fairy tales). This story always makes me wonder what kind of mother would send their child off into the deep, dark, woods with a great smelling custard and only give their child the advice, "Don't talk to strangers?" Don't the [...]

    2. This is a children’s book about a young girl who meets a wolf in the woods and tells the wolf she’s going to Granny’s house. Thinking why stop at one meal when he can have two, the wolf hurries to Granny’s and eats her; later he tricks Red Riding Hood that he is Granny and eats her too. Fortunately, a hunter comes along and saves the day. Although everyone has heard this story, this particular one has a little twist in that both Granny and Red get eaten; I don't remember that ever being [...]

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