5 edition of The tale of the little, little, old woman found in the catalog.
The tale of the little, little, old woman
There is a little old woman in a little cottage. A little cat comes in the cottage and drinks her milk.
Translation of: Sagem om en lilla lilla gumman.
|Statement||illustrated and told by Elsa Beskow.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||10 leaves :|
|Number of Pages||10|
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This is a very short book, yet it has everything it needs. The little old woman has a little cat and a little cow - she also has some milk. This is a story my daughter heard at pre-school. She loved the story as did her classmates.
After reading it to her, I could see why. This tale is easily adapted to puppet show or storytelling with props/5(9). The Tale of the Little, Little Old Woman book. Read 15 reviews from the world's largest community for readers. A simple tale tells of a little cat that g /5.
This is a very short book, yet it has everything it needs. The little old woman has a little cat and a little cow - she also has some milk. This is a story my daughter heard at pre-school. She loved the story as did her classmates. After reading it to her, I could see why.
This tale little easily adapted to puppet show or storytelling with props/5. First published over a century ago, Beskow’s tale of the little, little old woman highlights changing tastes in picture-book styles more than anything.
Resembling early Tasha Tudor crossed with Carl Larsson and a bit of Beatrix Potter, this story eschews sophisticated storyline and complex visuals.
Get this from a library. The tale of the little, little old woman. [Elsa Beskow] -- "Once upon a time there was The tale of the little little, little old woman who lived in a little, little old cottage with a mischievous little cat "This simple and charming tale of a little cat that gets into big.
"Once upon a time there was a little, little old woman who lived in a little, little old cottage with a mischievous little cat " This simple and charming tale of a little cat that gets into big trouble is perfect for sharing.
Young children will love the fairy tale illustrations and fun repetition. This is a new edition of the classic book by. The repetitive text here - in which a little, little old woman milks her cow, sets out the milk, and steps away, only to find it lapped up by her naughty kitten when she returns - reminded me a bit of the traditional English ghost story of The Teeny-Tiny Woman, with everything being "little, little," rather than "teeny-tiny." The artwork had a /5(3).
The Tale of the Little, Little Old Woman "Once upon a time there was a little, little old woman who lived in a little, little old cottage with a mischievous little cat " This simple and charming tale of a little cat that gets into big trouble is perfect for sharing.
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Get this from a library. The tale of the little, little, old woman. [Elsa Beskow] -- There is a little old woman in a little cottage. A little cat comes in the cottage and drinks her milk.
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