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Music By – Michael LobelPerformer – Elizabeth Corrigan, Lenny Roberts , Murray RobertsProducer – Parachute Press, Inc.
Unknown cassette found in a Baltimore hospital. No front or back cover.
This little old lady should bolster the courage of any young people a little bit scared about Halloween. It also can lead preschoolers to particpate by helping with the repetitive sounds. Highly recommended. The ending, good for a laugh, takes the sting out of the scary lead-up, if knowing that helps you decide. The text is very good. The following that the little old lady accumulates grows and becomes more ominous and the text conveys that very well, building the tension as the reader roots for the little old lady to escape the menacing laundry pile behind her. The little old lady keeps running into items of clothing. Some gent is missing a lot of garments out there. Shoes, pants, shirt, and gloves, all moving on their own. A pumpkin head tries to scare her, but she figures out what to do with them. Its a simple story that builds suspense for the younger ones. I like how the little old lady says Im not afraid of you, get ou This is a great scary story for young kids. Impressive and enthralling at numerous levels, Linda Williams & Megan Lloyd created The Little Old Lady Who Was Not Afraid Of Anything in 1986. I am elated to have discovered it Its brevity does not diminish one iota of its layered, tickling impact. A read aloud of The Little Old Lady Who Was Not Afraid of Anything by Linda Williams. No copyright infringement Little Old Lady Who Was Not Afraid of Anything ISBN 0064431835 is a 1986 American children's picture book of twenty-nine pages. The story is by Linda Williams and the illustrations are by Megan Lloyd. The story concerns an old woman who, while walking home through a forest one evening, encounters several items of clothing and a pumpkin head which appear to be alive or possibly possessed by ghostly spirits. Although she continues to insist that she is not afraid, the woman runs away from the. Sequencing Activity The Little Old Lady Matching Word Cards. Materials needed: one printable file linked above for each child, glue sticks, scissors, and craftpopsicle sticks. There are several ways the children can use the sequencing cards: 1. Print the cards, have the children cut out the rectangles, and fold on the center dotted line. The children can then glue the picture card to a craft stick the craft stick should be glued between the picture and text. The children can hold up the craft sticks as the charactersitems are introduced in the story. The Little Old Lady Who Was Not Afraid of Anything by Linda Williams is one of our all-time favorite Halloween books. It is not only a wonderfully illustrated story reminds the reader of countryside cottages and fairy tales, but the story line has a real plot that compels young children to participate Fall Preschool Kindergarten Literacy Halloween Stories Teaching Activities Teaching Ideas Literacy Stations School Fun School Stuff The Book. The Little Old Lady who wasn't Afraid of Anything chart. Interactive chart that let's students match the sounds and pictures to go with each c. Bargain books are excess inventory or store returns from publishers that are discreetly marked with a small dot or line on the edge of the pages and, while most are in great condition, some books may exhibit minor cosmetic wear and tear. They may also have a price sticker on it from the original store it was returned from. In rare cases the actual cover of the book might not match the one in the display picture. For more information, visit Our Product page. More info. Maybe the old lady is beginning to get a little frightened now, especially when a pumpkin head appearsbr, p br, p The utterly satisfying conclusion of this marvelous story shows children that facing fears can often turn something that seems scary into a delightful surprise. p When a cheerful old lady heads out at dusk for a walk, she runs into a series of very eerie surprises in the middle of the dark forest. Shoes with no one inside them clomp, clomp behind her. Other Books You Might Like. Blank Books. Calendars & Planners. Print out these 300 dpi high resolution images to decorate your classroom, use for coloring pages or use in your own products to enhance and add some fun. All of my work is for commercial use but I do ask that you not resell my work as clip art or just Images. This set includes color and black and white images. All are on PNG format except the full coloring page which is JPG. Please check out some of my other clip art images as I upload new work each week. Learn more about this item. The little old ladys fearless attitude and her clever solution as to what to do with the lively shoes, pants, shirt and pumpkin head that are chasing her will enchant young audiences. With brilliantly colored, detailed folk art illustrations. A great purchase. Nothing yet You should let Linda know that you want more details about The Little Old Lady Who Was Not Afraid of Anything What Has Megan Lloyd Said About This Book. Nothing yet You should let Megan know that you want more details about The Little Old Lady Who Was Not Afraid of Anything More Books From These Creatives. Too Many Pumpkins
Performer: Books Out Loud
Title: The Little Old Lady Who Was Not Afraid Of Anything
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Size MP3: 2538 mb
Rating: 4.2 / 5
Record source: Cassette