Jack Breaks the Beanstalks

A Story about Honesty

Jack Breaks the Beanstalks
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Format: Paperback / softback, 24 Pages
ISBN: 9781786035677
Publisher: QED Publishing
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Description

Once upon a time, there was a misty blue mountain. Below the misty blue mountain was a wild, dark forest and by the wild, dark forest was a village.The village had a stream and a duck pond and an old red apple tree and it was home to Jack and his fairytale friends.

The Fairytale Friends series brings fairytales into the modern day and features scenarios young children can relate to and learn from. Each story in this new picture book series focuses on a different fairytale character, a different strength or core virtue and a challenge to overcome, often with the help of their friends. Readers will enjoy spotting characters from other books and recognizing key elements of the original fairytale while enjoying the new twist. Notes and questions at the back of the book will summarize what the character has learnt and prompt further discussion while activities will provide more fairytale fun. 

The author

Sue Nicholson was previously an editor for publishers including Macmillan Education, DK and Kingfisher. She has written books for all ages on a wide variety of subjects, but her particular interest is in producing material for the under-5s and early readers. Sue loves writing original fiction and non-fiction, re-telling and adapting stories.

Flavia Sorrentino lives and works as a freelance illustrator in Rome. She loves her city and the figure of speech, "Rome wasn't built in a day", which inspires her each day to seek new ways of communication and expression. She has a true passion for Toulouse Lautrec, poetry, historical costume, typography, Tina Turner and tomato sauce!

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Specs

Format: Paperback / softback, 24 Pages
ISBN: 9781786035677
Size: 9.055 in x 9.961 in / 230 mm x 253 mm
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