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A quirky take on the story of Goldilocks and the Three Bears. Humorous writing provides a gentle approach to teaching healthy habits in this fun new series. With lively illustrations complementing each story and talking points to encourage further discussion. The charming artwork highlights all the positives of your favourite characters...because they're fighting fit!
It's your favourite classic fairy tales...with a twist. QED delivers an encouraging message about good health and hygiene in this new series. The charming artwork highlights all the positives of your favourite characters.
In Eat Your Greens, Goldilocks! the three bears play host to a very fussy eater. Goldilocks only likes things 'just so', and she hates eating vegetables! But the bears are determined to give her a healthy meal.
The Fairytales Gone Wrong series includes:
Three Bears come home, to introduce a gentle air of suspense. Will they eat Goldilocks? No, because they only eat healthy food! It's great fun and attractively illustrated. This new series from QED, which very much follows the format of their successful Storytime series, takes much-loved fairytales and gives them a new moral, based on healthy living. Each book features 'Next Steps which give plenty of stimulating discussion points. Parents in Touch
|Publication date:||16th February 2015|
|Suitable for:||3+ readers, 5+ readers|
|Genres:||Personal Social Health Economic|
Steve Smallman lives in Staffordshire with his wife, two dogs and two cats. He has four children and a grandchild. Steve has been illustrating children’s books for almost 30 years and writing his own stories for slightly less. He also teaches illustration workshops in schools, including mural-painting. Steve is the author of Smelly Peter the Great Pea Eater (Winner of the Sheffield Children's Book Award 2009) and The Lamb Who Came for Dinner (Shortlisted for the Red House Children's Book Award and read by Meatloaf on CITV's Bookaboo). When he’s not working, Steve enjoys films, television, gardening and ...More About Steve Smallman
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