Includes chapters for folklore, contemporary fiction, fantasy, biographies, and tales from around the world, and suggests classroom and library activities to accompany themaquot;Goldilocks and the Three Bearsaquot; One of the earliest versions of aquot;The Three Bearsaquot; was Robert Southeya#39;s version, who told the story of an old woman who peeked into the house of the bears. The intruder in Joseph Cun- dalla#39;s 1850 retelling in his Treasury of Pleasure Books for Children was a little silver-haired girl. In Joseph Jacobsa#39;s version retold in More English Fairy Tales (1894), the intruder was a foxanbsp;...
|Title||:||Educator's Companion to Children's Literature: Folklore, contemporary realistic fiction, fantasy, biographies, and tales from here and there|
|Author||:||Sharron L. McElmeel, Deborah L. McElmeel|
|Publisher||:||Libraries Unlimited - 1996-08-01|