30 Bedtime Stories for April - Sally-Ann Hopwood - ebook

30 Bedtime Stories for April ebook

Sally-Ann Hopwood

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Offer your children the pleasure to discover wonderful bedtime stories!

Thanks to this richly illustrated collection, share a nice moment with your family and discover a new bedtime story every night.

EXCERPT

Lola, Lilou and Jack’s little sister, was home after a field trip to the village farm.
She and her friends had spent a pleasant day and discovered many wonders.
Lola was keen to tell her parents about the trip: “We saw geese, sheep, goats and cows… There were also some pigs, Dad! It was strange, because they speak just like you do when you’re asleep.”

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Liczba stron: 17




This book is published by Éditions Caramel.

Authors: Claire Bertholet, Sally-Ann Hopwood, Lenia Major, Jacques Bilstein, Michael Espinosa and Claire Grémontt

Illustrator: Elen Lescoat

A Strange Language

Lola, Lilou and Jack’s little sister, was home after a field trip to the village farm.

She and her friends had spent a pleasant day and discovered many wonders.

Lola was keen to tell her parents about the trip: “We saw geese, sheep, goats and cows…

There were also some pigs, Dad! It was strange, because they speak just like you do when you’re asleep.” Everybody laughed… except for Dad, who replied: “And I’m sure that the hens cackle as much as you and your friends do when you’re playing in the garden.

”Everybody laughed… except for Lola.

Reading Eyes

When she was a very little girl, Judith loved listening to her grandmother read stories to her: Puss in Boots, Tom Thumb… Thanks to her grandmother, Judith discovered all the fairy tales.

Then she learned to read at school and devoured all the books she found. Years later, Judith’s grandmother asked her: «I can’t see well any more. Could you read me a story?»

Judith agreed and from that day onwards, it was the granddaughter who read stories to her grandmother.

A Greedy Dragon

Once upon a time, there was a very silly dragon. One of his friends had told him that cows were delicious. He wanted to taste them and landed in front of a herd.

“Are you cows?”

“Us? Cows? No, we’re rabbits. That’s a cow,” they said, pointing at a sheep.

“Are you a cow?” the dragon asked the sheep.

“Me? A cow? No, I’m a squirrel. That’s a cow,” said the sheep, pointing at a mushroom.

The mushroom did not answer when the dragon asked it if it was a cow.

The dragon swallowed it, along with a dozen more. When he told his friend about it, he said: “Cows are very nice. But they are so tiny, that you have to eat hundreds of them.”

“Well, what a greedy dragon!” exclaimed his friend amazed.