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Hansel and Gretel a Little Golden Book (edição 1982)

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A simplified version of the traditional tale in which Hansel and Gretel become lost in the woods and find their way home despite an encounter with a wicked witch.
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Título:Hansel and Gretel a Little Golden Book
Autores:The Brothers Grim (Autor)
Informação:Western Publishing (1982), 24 pages
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I have always enjoyed this story (most likely due to the idea that there could be a house made of candy). This was a faithful retelling and I liked the use of dialogue to bring life to the characters. However, I did not like the illustrations. The people appear to be drawn to look like dolls and, therefore, are a little bit too creepy to enjoy. I did like the plot. It incorporated enough twists and surprises to keep even young children engaged. There is a reason this story has lasted so many years and I believe it's because the plot is so eventful and entertaining. The main theme of the story is not to trust strangers, even if their house is made of candy. ( )
  agaski3 | Feb 23, 2015 |
In my opinion this is a classic book that any child will be able to enjoy. The story is simple and full of suspense without being too gruesome. The basic language used will allow a child to read it easily without getting stuck on difficult words or concepts. The evil stepmother character will be familiar to children as there is usually one in most traditional books. While reading, the child will be able to think about what they would do if they were living with an evil step-parent. Hansel and Gretel will also encourage readers to think about what they would do if they found themselves lost in the woods, or anywhere, and how they could find their way back home safely. Like most traditional fiction stories, this book provides a lot of messages and the reader will come away having learned not to always trust a friendly stranger and that siblings should always stick together. ( )
  kprinc3 | Feb 17, 2015 |
This book was very interesting to read. It was a bit longer than most folklores that I have read. The pictures in this book were very small. They were also very unusual. The illustrator neither did the pictures in black and white or full color. The authors did a wonderful job telling a story about the hardships the siblings faced in this story. This book is a bit wordy for young readers. I would not recommend this book for beginning readers. If I were a teacher, I would read this book to students when talking about imagination. ( )
  jpons | Oct 13, 2014 |
so, so beautiful. seeing the illustrations and care that went into the book design made my day - like looking at a mass-produced version of an artist's book. ( )
  beckydj | Jan 25, 2014 |
Summary:
This is a story about two young children who are from a very poor family. Their mean step mother talks their father into leaving the children in the middle of the forest so they wouldn’t be able to find their way home and the parents wouldn’t starve because they wouldn’t have to share their food with them. The children get lost and find a house made of sweets. After nibbling on the house an old woman greets them, and the children soon find out that she eats children and plans to fatten Hansel up for a later meal. After Gretel outwit the old lady they escape and are reunited with the father and never have to live with their mean step mother again.

Personal Reflection:
I remember being scared of this story as a child because of the children eating old lady. After reading it as an adult I can still see why it horrified me as a child. I think I will hold off reading this to my children until they are at least five years old just in case their imagination were to go as wild as mine did as a child.

Classroom Extension:
-This book could be used to teach children the importance of not talking to strangers.
-This book could be used help children learn the importance of family.
  Kimberly83 | Jan 29, 2012 |
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