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The Little Red Hen (Easy-to-Read Folktales) (edition 1985)

by Lucinda McQueen

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Title:The Little Red Hen (Easy-to-Read Folktales)
Authors:Lucinda McQueen
Info:Scholastic Paperbacks (1985), Paperback, 32 pages
Collections:Your library
Tags:animals, farm, sharing

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The Little Red Hen (Easy-to-Read Folktales) by Lucinda McQueen



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Folk tale. Teaching responsibility and sharing.
  CharliePipes | Oct 11, 2016 |
Straightforward story and ending, simple cartoony illustrations, but an interesting beginning: we actually got to meet the housemates and learn what they'd rather be doing than chores. ( )
  Cheryl_in_CC_NV | Jun 6, 2016 |
This book teachers a lesson. It is almost like a parable, and I think all very young students (k-1) should be read this book. ( )
  CleoButtermann | Apr 25, 2016 |
This is a re-telling of the classic folktale, the Little Red Hen. It's no wonder this story has withstood the test of time as it is both easy for a young reader to catch on to while at the same time remaining fun and interesting. It is repetitive to a point where any young child can easily begin to pick up on certain words and follow along while reading with an adult. Loved the illustrations in this particular version. Highly recommend as a way to teach children about the importance of sharing and helping one another out. ( )
1 vote hem143 | Dec 4, 2012 |
The Little Red Hen and her freinds share a house, but not responsibilities or chores. She does all the work around to house and even does the yard and farm work. The Little Red Hed Hen asks thedog , the cat, and the goose for help but no one will so she proceeds to do everything by herself. One day she plants some wheat, and again asks for help but no one does.Finally she makes bread from the wheat she planted and to her surprise the other animals want to help, but their interest is only to eat the bread. To their surprise, The Little Red Hen refuses to share and reaps the benefits of her work by herself.

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I really enjoy this book, because it teaches a valuable lesson in life, which is you reap what you sow.

Teaching Extension:
1.) The Little Red Hen could be usedto teach children about chores and sharing responsibility.
2.) This book could be used to teach the importance of sharing.
3.) Animal identification could be taught from this book also.
  tonyalwickware | Sep 13, 2012 |
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FOR USE IN SCHOOLS AND LIBRARIES ONLY. Favorite tale of the industrious little hen and her freeloading friends.

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"A classic folktale about the hard-working hen and her lazy friends.

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