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Holidays & Celebrations
  • Author:
    Jan Brett
  • ISBN:
    0399234446
  • ISBN13:
    978-0399234446
  • Genre:
  • Publisher:
    G.P. Putnam's Sons Books for Young Readers (October 4, 1999)
  • Subcategory:
    Holidays & Celebrations
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  • FB2 format
    1475 kb
  • ePUB format
    1264 kb
  • DJVU format
    1255 kb
  • Rating:
    4.9
  • Votes:
    214
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FREE shipping on qualifying offers. Jan Brett's highly original version of the Gingerbread Boy story has quickly become a family classic.

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Gingerbread Houses This is a great activity for the week before winter vacation - very calming activity. Be sure to play soothing instrumental music during the building process.

I decided to read this book because I have recently become a fan of Jen Brett. First, I loved this book because of the beautiful artwork. First, I loved this book because of the beautiful artwork

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Jan Brett's highly original version of the Gingerbread Boy story has quickly become a family classic. And it still features a surprise lift-the-flap gingerbread house at the end! Product Identifiers.

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Электронная книга "Gingerbread Baby", Jan Brett. With over thirty four million books in print, Jan Brett is one of the nation's foremost author illustrators of children's books. Эту книгу можно прочитать в Google Play Книгах на компьютере, а также на устройствах Android и iOS. Выделяйте текст, добавляйте закладки и делайте заметки, скачав книгу "Gingerbread Baby" для чтения в офлайн-режиме. Jan lives in a seacoast town in Massachusetts, close to where she grew up. During the summer her family moves to a home in the Berkshire Hills of Massachusetts. As a child, Jan Brett decided to be an illustrator and spent many hours reading and drawing.

Remember how the Gingerbread Boy is eaten by the fox? Well, not this Gingerbread Baby in a delicious twist to a favorite old tale.

It all begins when Matti opens the oven too soon and out jumps a cheeky little Gingerbread Bay. He leads Matti's mother and father, the dog and the cat. And a whole colorful cast of characters on a rollicking chase through the village and into the forest, staying just out of reach, daring them to catch him along the way.

But Matti's not with them. He's at home in the borders making what turns out to be a gingerbread house into which the Gingerbread Baby runs. Only Matti knows he is safely inside. And readers will too when they look under the lift-the-flap gingerbread house at the end of the story, and there he is!


Ckelond
One of our family favorites! This book is engaging, the story is well written and interesting to children as young as 3 and even as old as 12. I especially like the illustrations. They are filled with detail, movement, color, and the many illustrations on the edge of the pages tell a story all their own! It creates wonderful opportunities to talk with children about what might be happening and what might happen next. I have been reading this book to my kids for more than 15 years and needed a new copy. The last page of the book is all of my kids favorite page, with a wonderful surprise under angingerbread house. I recommend this book to all families.
Dianazius
Fun book to read aloud to K-3 grade students. Many (if not all) students know all about the gingerbread man, but few have ever heard of the gingerbread baby. Many students laughed just after I read the title. Most of them thought they knew what was going to happen to him as soon as they saw the fox. But, the surprise ending had students clapping and thankful that all was well for the gingerbread baby. The happy ending makes this my new holiday go-to book for future K students.
Molace
I am giving this four stars because I wish I had known that the board book I purchased had different text than the paperback! I read this story to my students before Christmas break. I was offered a copy from a collleague but figured I would like to keep this in my classroom library so I bought it. It turns out the text in the board book was far too young for my third graders and I was pretty disappointed.
Use_Death
LOVE this book for winter! Such a cute little story about a young boy who is making gingerbread with his mother. When the oven is opened too early to check and see if the gingerbread is done, a gingerbread baby escapes and runs all over town. While everyone else is trying to catch the gingerbread baby, the little boy decides to make a gingerbread house, hoping it will help to catch the gingerbread baby. He sets it in the woods and waits, and sure enough, when the gingerbread baby finds the house just his size, he stops running. There is a lift-the-flap at the very end of the book that shows him living in the house the little boy made for him. One of our favorite holiday stories!!
Deeroman
It's a Jan Brett. I gifted my youngest Grandy with this book, so have not laid eyes on it myself. I was confident that the book would be well written and the artwork exceptional.
Malaunitly
This is my third copy of this book - my two previous paperback copies were loved to pieces through 10 years in first and kinder. This hardcover copy seems well constructed and will hopefully last many years. A fun twist on the classic, it's great for prediction and comparison. Jan Brett's gorgeous artwork and captivating storytelling make this a perennial favorite with all my students.
roternow
I would recommend this story to anyone, whether they have children or not. Jan Brett is a genius illustrator, and her writing isn't too shabby either. I love the happy ending, the rhythm of the story, everything. It is a stellar book.
We purchased this book because we had a gingerbread decorating house for my daughter and her friends, and I wanted to find a good gingerbread story to read to them, so they would be really excited to get started on their houses. Gingerbread Baby fit the bill perfectly. The children all loved it, and were on the edge of their seats while I was reading. This will certainly become a classic in our library!
This is a beautifully illustrated, first-rate edition--with a slight twist on the original version-- of the Gingerbread Boy. Fortunately, the Gingerbread Baby does not get eaten by the fox, as he does in the original story. When I read it to a kindergarten class, they were enthralled and, literally, loved it! Quite frankly, I think that I'll order a second copy to send to my own grandchild.