Who"s afraid of the big bad book?

by Lauren Child

Publisher: Hyperion Books for Children in New York

Written in English
Cover of: Who
Published: Downloads: 924
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Subjects:

  • Books and reading,
  • Characters and characteristics in literature,
  • Children"s fiction

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A boy who loves books but has not always treated them well falls asleep and finds himself in his book of fairy tales, where his interaction with everyone from Goldilocks to Cinderella wreaks havoc.

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In Lauren Child's latest story, Who's Afraid of the Big Bad Book?, a young boy does just that and learns a valuable lesson. Drifting off to sleep after reading a book of fairy tales, young Herb awakens in one of the Three Bears' beds. Herb never imagined the dangers when he decided to scribble on and cut up his book of fairy tales.

Drawing mustaches on the characters, pasting telephones into the rooms, and cutting out Prince Charming and the royal thrones had seemed like good fun. But then Herb never imagined he'd fall into the book one night.4/5(11). Now if you were going to fall into a book, a book of fairy tales would probably not be your first choice.

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This is a superb picture book for children aged 4 to 8, who know some classic fairy tales and can appreciate the humour as they get mixed up. Lauren Child's delightfully engaging collage-cartoon pictures draw us in to the adventures of Herb, who accidentally falls into a book of fairy tales one night, and finds the characters are annoyed with him/5(7).

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The story of a boy who fell into a book with a guest appearance from the Little Bad Wolf. From Children's Laureate Lauren Child. Now if you were going to fall into a book, a book of fairy tales would probably not be your first choice.

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Every one of you. The Big Bad Bogey is a BADDIE. He's BIG, NASTY and GREEN and doesn't care whose story he ruins. He crashes through Little Red Riding Hood's house, into Goldilock's porridge and even smashes Cinderel.

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Who's Afraid of The Big Bad Book Audiobook. Written by Lauren Child and read by Hugh Laurie. The story of a boy who fell into a book with a guest appearance from the Little Bad Wolf.

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From Children's Laureate Lauren Child. Now if you were going to fall into a book, a book of fairy tales would probably not be your first choice. Because in every story there is always a wicked this, an evil that or a hungry could only happen to Herb, child star of that 5/5(1).

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Hardcover – Sept. 1 by Lauren Child (Author, Illustrator) out of 5 stars 59 ratings. See all 9 formats and editions Hide other formats and editions. Amazon Price New from Used from Hardcover "Please retry" CDN$ /5(59). Book trailer for Lauren Child's Who's Afraid of the Big Bad Book. Find this book in the Summerland Library.

Who’s Afraid of The Big Bad Book. is a story about Herb, “he wasn’t a very good reader, it didn’t matter because he could tell a lot from the pictures.” He read everywhere but the consequence of that was his books were messy.

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Every one of you! The Big Bad Bogey is a BADDIE. He's BIG, NASTY and GREEN and doesn't care whose story he ruins. He crashes through Little Red Riding Hood's house, into Goldilock's porridge and even smashes Cinderella's carriage! Can ANYONE stop him? A riotous tale with a hilarious twist by bestselling author Timothy 4/5(5).