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Twisted Tales: Phonics Comics Vol. 7 Issue 1…
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Twisted Tales: Phonics Comics Vol. 7 Issue 1 (Level 3) (utgåvan 2006)

av Kitty Richards, Fernando Juarez (Illustratör)

Serier: Phonics Comics (Level 3, Vol. 7, Issue 1)

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Three classic fairy tales, retold in a humorous, twisted way, that are designed to be read phonetically by beginning readers. Presented in comic-book format.
Medlem:ke141703
Titel:Twisted Tales: Phonics Comics Vol. 7 Issue 1 (Level 3)
Författare:Kitty Richards
Andra författare:Fernando Juarez (Illustratör)
Info:Innovative Kids (2006), Paperback, 24 pages
Samlingar:Ditt bibliotek
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Taggar:Graphic Novel, Fairy Tales, Phonics

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Phonics Comics, Level 3: Twisted Tales [3-in-1] av Kitty Richards

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Summary: This book has three graphic novels in one book. It tells the "true" story of the fairytales Hansel&Gretel, Little Red Riding Hood, and Three Billy Goats Gruff. The stories are wrote from the prespective of the villians in each book. They get the chance to tell their side of the story in a humorous way.

Personal Thoughts: I found these stories to be quite hilarious! I think the children would enjoy hearing what the bad guys have to say. I thought this graphic novel was easier to follow then some of the others I've seen.

Classroom Ideas:
1. I would have the class guess what the villians were going to say happened.
2. I would read the real stories first and the read Twisted Tales and compare.
  JaceySteed | Nov 22, 2011 |
Summary:This book has three classic fairy tales told by other characters in the story. One of them is a spin of the Little Red Riding Hood. This story is told from a wolf's point of view. The wolf asked to come over and babysit. Little Red wanted to play dress up and made the wolf dress up like her and grandmother. There was a big misunderstanding but the grandmother cleared everything up. So this story takes bad characters in fairy tales and makes them good.

Personal Response: I really enjoyed this because it has such a different take on classic fairy tales.

Classroom Extension Ideas: I could have the students pick their favorite fairy tale and convert it to a twisted tale. Also I could have them campare and contrast fairy tales and twisted tales. ( )
  ke141703 | Nov 21, 2011 |
Summary: This book has three classic fairy tales told by other characters in the story. The story Hansel and Gretel was about a witch telling the children ate her home because their parents wont let them eat sweets. The children did not behave good at all. Since the children almost ate all of the sweets at the witches house she locked them up to wait for their parents to get there. The second graphic novel is a spin of the Little Red Riding Hood. This story is told from a wolf's point of view. The wolf asked to come over and babysit. Little Red wanted to play dress up and made the wolf dress up like her and grandmother. There was a big misunderstanding but the grandmother cleared everything up. The third novel was The Three Billy Goats Gruft from the troll side and its about a troll working at his toll bridge. The three goats trick the man so he had to pay the toll.

Personal Reflection: I thought this book was so fun to read and I think children would love to read it. Children love hearing a re told story in a funny way. I actually found these stories quite hilarious!

Classroom Extension Ideas: I could teach children how there are two sides to every story. I could also read the book to them and have the children tell me their favorite fairy tale, write it down and tell me why it is their favorite.
  KylaKaapuwai | Nov 21, 2011 |
Summary:
Twisted Tales is a very cute book. I love how they've changes classic fairy tales to make the bad guys good. It also has very interesting illustrations. I've never seen a graphic novel that has collage illustrations.

Personal Reaction:
This was a fun book to read and I think children would love reading it. It had very humorous details added to the classic tales. I also loved how they made the "good characters" into the bad guys.

Classroom Extension Ideas:
1. I would ask the students to pick their favorite fairy tale and change it into a twisted tale. I think this would be a great assignment for students of all ages.

2. I would have the students pick one story from the book and have them create a compare and contrast chart comparing the classic fairy tale to the twisted tale. ( )
  KatieKirk | Nov 19, 2011 |
Summary:
This book contains multiple funny classic stories with a twist.

The first is a take on Hansel and Gretel. The old lady is the one telling the story this time. She tells how she didn't even want a candy house-it was just the only one left on the market! The children fattened themselves of, and the only reason she locked them up was to make them stop eating until their parents came to pick them up.

The second graphic novel is a spin of The Little Red Riding Hood. This story is told from the wolf's point of view. The wolf was called over by Little Red's grandmother to babysit. Red wanted to play dress up and made the wolf dress up as her grandmother. She then wanted him to get into her grandmothers bed. There was a misunderstanding next. A passing by woodsmen heard the wolf say something, but heard wrong. Red's grandmother cleared things up.

The third part of the book is a twisted version of The Three Billy Goats Gruff. In this story, the "Troll" is actually a man working at his toll bridge. The three goats trick the man so they don't have to pay the toll. The rest of the town comes out and say how the goats owe them too. So they goats take care of everyone's lawns.

Personal Reaction:
This is a great story. Everyone knows the classic versions of these stories, but these alternative versions are silly and cute. Children love hearing a story retold in a funny way. The illustrations are a little weird looking, but they are very well done. This book also shows that graphic novels can be fun.

Classroom Extensions:
This book can be used on a unit of graphic novels to teach children how to read them in a fun way.
This book can also be used to compare these stories and the classic ones.
  AlyssaSwiderski | Nov 19, 2011 |
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Three billy goats Gruff
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