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  • Author:
    Eric Braun
  • ISBN:
    1406243124
  • ISBN13:
    978-1406243123
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  • Publisher:
    Raintree; UK ed. edition (July 6, 2012)
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  • Rating:
    4.9
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Think again! In this fun, quirky picture book. I bought this to mix things up a bit after one too many nights of the traditional telling of "Jack and the Beanstalk. Students always love to hear the other side of the story.

Think again! In this fun, quirky picture book. My son was intrigued right away and really enjoyed hearing the -other- side of the story. The illustrations are great and the tone of the story makes a nice contrast from Jack's point of view.

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OF COURSE you think I was the bad guy, terrifying poor little Jack.

The Story of Jack and the Beanstalk as Told by The Giant" + Voice actor Jason Mark reads a children’s story. Written by Eric Braun; Illustrated by Cristian Bernardini.

Think the Giant was the bad guy, terrifying poor little Jack? Think again! In this fun, quirky picture book, discover the other side of this popular fairy tale. Along with bright, bold illustrations, the bestselling OTHER SIDE OF THE STORY series gives young readers a fresh perspective on familiar tales. Read others in this series, including SERIOUSLY, SNOW WHITE WAS SO FORGETFUL! and BELIEVE ME, GOLDILOCKS ROCKS! show more. You don't know the other side of the story Quick Info. Key Stage 2. Book Band: Gold. Authors: Bernardini, Cristian, Braun, Eric Pages: 24, Interest Age: 4 - 8, Reading Age: 7 - 8, Hi-Lo: No, AR Level: ., AR Quiz Number: 222724, Trim Length: 254 mm, Trim Width: 203 mm, Publication Date: Jul 2012.

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Eric Braun, Cristian Bernardini.

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Just because these classic stories are usually told from the protagonists' point of view doesn't mean the antagonists don't have their side of the story, too. Of course you think I was the bad guy, terrifying poor little Jack. You don't know the other side of the story. Well, let me tell you.

Kagda
Kids love repetition. Parents... not so much. ;) I bought this to mix things up a bit after one too many nights of the traditional telling of "Jack and the Beanstalk." My son was intrigued right away and really enjoyed hearing the -other- side of the story. The illustrations are great and the tone of the story makes a nice contrast from Jack's point of view. Sometimes my son likes to hear the stories back-to-back. The publisher says it's for ages 4-to-8, but I think 2-to-6 is more appropriate (though older kids would probably benefit from the conversation of empathy you could have at the story's conclusion).

My only complaint is that I would have liked the book to have been presented a bit better... bigger font and more professional binding. I'm not going to ding a star, though, because the trade-off is that it has a great price-point for a children's book.

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Corgustari
Students always love to hear the other side of the story. This does a great job of telling the Giants tale of woe.
Asher
I loved the story. So did my husband and children (1st grader & older). The illustrations are outstanding. However, the format of the book is too small. The font size is very small. Hard to read when holding the book for a group of children to see at story time. An AR test for this book is available, 2nd grade (2.6). Good for a one on one read and a read alone (although font might be too small for a 2nd grader). Still would be hard for a teacher, librarian, or a mother of more than 2 to read for story time just due to showing the illustrations and reading at the same time.
Xar
We learn more when we are having fun! Eric Braun’s engaging humor provides a twist on a familiar story.
Bukus
Great fractured fairy tale for my third grade class! Awesome illustrations! It was the favorite of my class out of all the fractured fairy tales. We do a whole unit on this. Students were very engaged and even created their own versions of jack and the beanstalk.
Erienan
My daughter loves this story and wanted it every night at one point. She was 4 when I got this for her. She very much identified with the characters, the illustration is great, the story is amusing.

Of course after this story, she tells people what really happened and unless you've read this version, it would be confusing.
Kelezel
Concept is good and kids liked the story. They only read it one time. And haven't asked again, so although good it isn't one of their favorites that they ask to read over and over.
Cute story.