The Three Billy Goats Gruff by Janet Brown
  

The Three Billy Goats Gruff

Written by Janet Brown
Illustrated by Ken Morton
Part of the My First Reading Book Series

RRP £3.99

Synopsis

The Three Billy Goats Gruff by Janet Brown

My First Reading Book. This is a delightful retelling of a classic story. The fresh and lively narrative and imaginative drawings of all the characters ensure that children can follow as you read to them, or try for themselves. Interactive writing exercises and a spot-the-difference puzzle provide a valuable aid to learning. It is an illustrated first reading book in a large, fun format. High up on a mountain live three billy goats named Gruff. Having eaten all the grass in their field, they set off in search of pastures new. Across a river is the richest, greenest meadow they have ever seen - but in order to reach it, they must cross a wooden bridge. The bridge is guarded by a mean ugly troll, who gobbles up anyone who attempts to cross it! How will the three billy goats Gruff avoid the same fate...? The timeless tale is retold in this enchanting book, with appropriate vocabulary and familiar language that children can easily follow.

About the Author

Janet Brown is an established adapter, author, illustrator and narrator of children's books. Ken Morton has worked for more than twenty years as an artist and illustrator in a wide range of fields.

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Book Info

Format

Paperback
24 pages

Author

Janet Brown
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Publisher

Armadillo Books an imprint of Anness Publishing

Publication date

22nd September 2014

ISBN

9781861473974


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