Summary : Fairy Tales And Multicultural Literature

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Module 3 – Fairy Tales and Multicultural Literature
21. Southey, Robert. Goldilocks and the Three Bears. London, England: Longman, Rees, 1837. Print.
This cute story is a family of bears who live in the forest. Each bear has their own bowl, chair and bed. While walking outside as their porridge cools, a young girl, Goldilocks, comes upon the cottage and walks in and makes herself comfortable. As the bears return, they find that someone ate their porridge, sat in their chairs and found Goldilocks sleeping in the small bed. This story is for ages 3-6 and is loved by all children at bedtime.
22. Gillen, Lynea. Good People Everywhere. Portland, Oregon: Three Pebble Press, LLC. 2012. Print.
This book is a heartwarming story for children and
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There are several examples that are recognizable while others are in the Chinese American heritage of real things in the country. Each page offers rhyming with the objects giving readers an insight of finding other items that have the same shape. This book is for ages 3-5.
26. Schmidt, Karen. The Gingerbread Man. New York City, New York: Scholastic Inc. Publishing Co. 1985. Print.
This fun tale is still a favorite and has engaged children throughout the past years. The repetition and remembering are part of this story. The favorite line in the story is “You can’t catch me, I’m the gingerbread man,” has the children repeating on each page. The gingerbread outwits many characters in the story until he reaches the fox and then he is tricked. This book for ages 4-8 and a fun way to bake a real gingerbread cookie and decorate using several decorations.
27. Galdone, Paul. The Little Red Hen. Boston, Massachusetts: Houghton Mifflin Harcourt 1985. Print.
This story is about a little red hen who want to make bread, so she asks the cat, dog and other animals to help plant, cut, and harvest wheat and all the animals say “No, not I” so the little red hen does all the work herself including baking the bread. When it comes time to eat the bread, all the animals now volunteer to taste it, but the hen does not share and explains why. This story is a good message for children for helping each other. This story is for ages 4-8.
28. Anderson, Hans

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