[DWJ] Open to suggestions

Judith Ridge Judith.Ridge at det.nsw.edu.au
Sun Dec 11 18:06:54 EST 2005


If you're doing fairy tales, why not also use Lauren Child's "fractured"
fairy tales: Princess and the Pea, Whose Afraid of the Big Bad Book and The
Storybook Wolves. Sublime.

Judith



>> Hi All
>> 
>> I'm teaching literature for young children again in winter semester, and
>> I thought I would call for book nominations again. Two specific
>> questions: which dwj should I do (bearing in mind the focus is readers 8
>> and under); and have you read any new books for this age group (picture
>> books or chapter books) that you thought were fabulous? I'm going to do
>> heaps of fairy tales because that's what my 5 year old is obsessed with
>> at the moment, and yes I am going to do Charlie and the Chocolate
>> Factory as my book plus film option.
>> 
>> Robyn
>> 
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