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Literature & Fiction
  • Author:
    Allan Ahlberg
  • ISBN:
    0316127159
  • ISBN13:
    978-0316127158
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  • Publisher:
    LB Kids (September 1, 2001)
  • Pages:
    32 pages
  • Subcategory:
    Literature & Fiction
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    1594 kb
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    1259 kb
  • Rating:
    4.1
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    527
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The Jolly Christmas Postman book. This book is a follow up book to the Jolly Postman by Janet and Allan Ahlberg

The Jolly Christmas Postman book. The Jolly Postman brings a batch of wonderful letters. This book is a follow up book to the Jolly Postman by Janet and Allan Ahlberg. This is a magical Christmas tale following the journey of the Jolly Postman delivering his letters at Christmas time. The book is written in rhyme and tells you about the people he delivers the letters to, all of whom are fairy tale characters such as little red riding hood and humpty dumpty.

The Jolly Postman or Other People's Letters is an interactive children's picture book by Janet and Allan Ahlberg. The innovative project required five years to complete, and much discussion with both the publisher Heinemann and the printer before it was issued in 1986. The first subject heading assigned by WorldCat is "Toy and movable books". Little, Brown published a .

It's Christmas Eve and the Jolly Postman is delivering greetings to various fairy-tale characters - there's a card for .

It's Christmas Eve and the Jolly Postman is delivering greetings to various fairy-tale characters - there's a card for Baby Bear, a game appropriately called'Beware'for Red Riding Hood from Mr Wolf, a get-well jigsaw for hospitalised Humpty Dumpty and three more surprise envelopes containing letters, cards, et. Janet and Allan Ahlberg - are the creators of many popular children s books, which regularly appear at the top of the most popular lists for public libraries. com/janetallan ahlberg.

Janet & Allan Ahlberg, The Jolly Christmas Postmanpic. Still my favourite book to read at Christmas. 04:37 - 24 дек. 2017 г. 25 ретвитов. 0 ответов 0 ретвитов 1 отметка Нравится.

In The Jolly Christmas Postman by Janet and Allan Ahlberg, your class can follow the Jolly Postman as he delivers greetings to everyone's favourite fairy-tale characters. He has a card for Baby Bear, a game for Red Riding Hood, a get-well jigsaw for poor Humpty Dumpty and lots more!

In The Jolly Christmas Postman by Janet and Allan Ahlberg, your class can follow the Jolly Postman as he delivers greetings to everyone's favourite fairy-tale characters. He has a card for Baby Bear, a game for Red Riding Hood, a get-well jigsaw for poor Humpty Dumpty and lots more! Keep your EYFS and KS1 pupils engaged during the festive season with this fabulous book by Janet and Allan Ahlberg. Use this fun Jolly Postman's Route Song and other resources, games and activities to bring the story alive for your class

It's Christmas Eve and the Jolly Postman is delivering greetings to various fairy-tale characters - there's a card for Baby Bear, a game appropriately called 'Beware' for Red Riding Hood from Mr Wolf, a get-well jigsaw for hospitalised Humpty Dumpty and three more surprise envelopes containing.

It's Christmas Eve and the Jolly Postman is delivering greetings to various fairy-tale characters - there's a card for Baby Bear, a game appropriately called 'Beware' for Red Riding Hood from Mr Wolf, a get-well jigsaw for hospitalised Humpty Dumpty and three more surprise envelopes containing letters, cards, etc. Everyone's favourite postman is now 20 years old and celebrates with a brand new cover look. См. также: Сказки и рассказы. Похожие книги: Funnybones.

Jolly Christmas Postman. Format: Hardback Author: Allan Ahlberg

Jolly Christmas Postman. Format: Hardback Author: Allan Ahlberg. It's Christmas Eve and the Jolly Postman is delivering greetings to various fairy-tale characters - there's a card for Baby Bear, a game appropriately called 'Beware' for Red Riding Hood from Mr Wolf, a get-well jigsaw for hospitalised Humpty Dumpty and three more surprise envelopes containing letters, cards, etc.

The Jolly Postman rides again with more real letters, and presents, too, in his Christmas postbag.This gorgeously illustrated, full-color classic celebrates a time before email with an interactive picture book full of real letters to read aloud. The Jolly Postman brings a batch of wonderful letters for Christmas, including notes from the Big Bad Wolf and all the King's men. Open this book, take out the letters, and discover what favorite characters would write to each other--and reimagine best-loved tales together.

Andromathris
I loved this book as a kid. I thought it was so magical and clever. My mom actually bought it to use teaching her elementary school class and I would steal it from her stash and read it myself even though I remember it being for a younger audience than me. We also had the Christmas version of this which was just as lovely and I now own another book by the Ahlberg's - Each Peach, Pear, Plum. So you really can't go wrong with any book by these authors.

I love that they are derivative of fairy tales and their characters - stories and people which kids will already be aware of. As a kid I remember it introduced the idea to me of putting these characters in new situations. That they lived lives other than just those we had read in the original stories. In other words, it taught me a way to be creative.

This is 5 star material, but I took off one star because the original version of this book was smaller but the pages were made of a hardier card stock material. The book is now bigger but the pages are made of thin paper which may even be thinner than some other picture books you will find. This seems a horrible choice, since this is a great book meant to be loved for years and maybe even passed down (if your mother will part with it!). I recently found a used older version in a shop and it was in great condition but was missing one of the letters, so thus I bought my new copy here at Amazon.
Nuadador
This is one of my favorite kids books of all time. I picked up this copy of The Jolly Postman as a holiday gift for my little cousins (Kindergarden and 3rd grade). Kindergardner didn't have the attention span to enjoy it just yet, but the 3rd grader loved it.

Since I got a copy almost 30 years ago, they have made some cost cutting measures and use cheaper envelopes and letters, but it is still tons of fun to read with an imaginative young child.

The book chronicles the day of a postman delivering letters to a host of popular children's story characters including the Big Bad Wolf, 3 Bears, and a Wicked Witch. At each stop, you can physically take the letter out of the book and read it. It is a totally unique and fun reading experience. Not to miss if you have an age appropriate kiddo at home!
White gold
I had this book for my daughter when she was a little girl and I lost track of it. Now that little girl is 35 years old and has a four-year-old daughter of her own. She remembered it from all those years ago and asked me if I could look for it. I could not find it. My theory is that it was such a beloved book and it finally just fell apart from constant use. I got online and was thrilled to see the book on Amazon. I sent it to her and my granddaughter immediately. My granddaughter absolutely loves this book. The letters themselves come in and out of envelopes on the Pages. It is so much fun for a little one to read. Or to be read to. I would highly recommend it.
LoboThommy
Positively delightful! I ordered this from Amazon on a whim, after a fellow librarian remembered reading it as a child. Little did I expect that it would indeed be a lovely book! It follows the adventure of a jolly postman on his journey through a fairy-tale land, delivering mail to (and drinking tea with) a variety of fairy-tale characters. The best part is all the pages where the reader gets to pull out the letters or post-cards for the characters, and read them.
Recommended for older children who will be careful - since the letters are removable, they could easily be lost or damaged. But the interactive quality of this book is sweet and delightful!
Nahn
Arrived in great condition. Did not remove plastic wrap from around the book as I wanted to protect it for shipping purposes when I mailed it off to a friend. As a result, I did not compare this version to the one from my childhood book collection. The recipient was pleased and did not note that it was different from what she remembers, so I'm happy.
Mr.Bean
Oh, my word!! My 4th graders LOVE this book! The creativity behind the idea that the reader can actually open envelopes and pull out the postcards is genius! I've used it as a mentor text in my letter writing unit, but for the rest of the year the students just get to enjoy the book -- and, boy, do they enjoy the book!! It's a class favorite, for sure!
FireWater
This is a wonderful children's book, a perfect "lap book". It won't be found in most public libraries because it has "moving parts". Inside are pockets or envelopes containing the letters written to storybook characters, from storybook characters. The reader removes the letter and reads the message such as Goldilock's letter to the three bears or Jack's letter to the Giant, etc. It is a book they'll want to read over and over and will make a happy lasting impression. I am a retired school librarian and had my own copy to read to students. They always thought it was great. Age range would be 4 years old through 2nd grade depending on the child's familiarity with the stories referenced.
This is a wonderful review of nursery rhymes and characters for children with a bit more experience and reading background. The Jolly Postman meets up with desirable and not so desirable users of the postal system. He delivers mail, with adventures along the way. Contents of the envelopes are neat extra surprises in literary form. I sent this to three great grandchildren, ages 5 to 10, and according to their mom they loved it. I've read it with younger grandchildren, and they especially liked the scarier moments. The humor is delightful to those who enjoy reading with children. I recommend this as a neat gift for lucky young recipients.