The Brave Little Seamstress Mary Pope Osborne Giselle Potter The Brave Little Seamstress The acclaimed team of Kate and the Beanstalk reinvents another fairy tale favorite in this story of a little seamstress and how her words keep everyone in stitches Full color illustrations
  • Title: The Brave Little Seamstress
  • Author: Mary Pope Osborne Giselle Potter
  • ISBN: 9781416916208
  • Page: 440
  • Format: Paperback
The Brave Little Seamstress Mary Pope Osborne Giselle PotterThe acclaimed team of Kate and the Beanstalk reinvents another fairy tale favorite in this story of a little seamstress and how her words keep everyone in stitches Full color illustrations.
The Brave Little Seamstress Mary Pope Osborne Giselle Potter

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  1. This book is based on a German tale called The Brave Little Tailor, one of the fairy tales collected by the Brothers Grimm in the 1800s It is a fun tale of a little seamstress who accidentally stumbles into some adventures that take great strength and skill to complete She successfully completes the tasks based on mere wit This would be good to read to students for a unit on traditional tales.

  2. Title The Brave Little SeamstressAuthor Mary Pope OsborneIllustrator Giselle PotterGenre Non European FolktaleTheme s BraveryOpening line sentence One summer day, a little seamstress sat by her window, eating bread and jam Brief Book Summary A little seamstress begins the book by defeating seven flies in one blow and ends the book by marrying a knight and becoming Queen of the land The little seamstress displays bravery and strength throughout the book, never backing down from a challenge This b [...]

  3. Personal Reaction I really liked this book It showed a lot of woman power that many fairy tales and children s books leaves out I liked how no matter what obstacle was placed before the seamstress, she was able to conquer it just because of how different people interpreted seven with one blow It shows that one can really overcome anything even from the smallest victories She never shied away and defeated bad giants, unicorns, and boars to help others only to be attacked once they found out she w [...]

  4. The Brave Little Seamstress is an appropriate book for 1st or 2nd grade students I believe that the language is rich, words such as, scoundrels and seamstress, make for a couple of teaching points during the book Also, this book displays themes about bravery and overcoming obstacles I would use this book to embed confidence in their minds I think it is important for children to start learning their self worth at this particular age because they are starting to compare and contrast themselves to [...]

  5. Personal Reaction This was an interesting book that I enjoyed reading There was humor as well as lessons to teach kids My favorite part was when the little seamstress fooled the giant that she was just as strong as him.Purposes Read aloud for enrichment to students 3rd through 5th grade Rich language This story has lots of good vocabulary words, which offers opportunities to ask the students if they know what means There is also many personification examples in the story such as heart wagged wit [...]

  6. Osborne flips the gender of the tailor, making the main character a seamstress who has nearly all of the adventures of the original the sequence of killing the giants in the cave is removed, and rather than marrying a princess, she earns half the kingdom and marries the knight who tells her about the planned assassination It s still plenty of fun, the vocabulary isn t overly challenging, and turn about is fair play here particularly with the note at the beginning, which mentions the Grimms got t [...]

  7. This book is a good story about bravery and wit It shows children that thinking on your toes can come in handy at times The seamstress does three kind deeds for the king and king still wants to harm the seamstress The book shows that the good normally wins out The illustrations were very good as well.

  8. With quick thinking and actions that surprised a giant, a knight, and a king, The Brave Little Seamstress was able to do the dangerous and wondrous feats to gain half a kingdom that was promised to her Relying on out of the box solutions and a little help from her friends, this wise girl used her imagination to conquer the world or a kingdom.

  9. The illustrations are nice The Little Seamstress cleverly tricks others including a king that she is braver and stronger than she SEAMS She ends up living happily ever after with one of the king s brave knights.

  10. A re telling of the Brave Little Tailor with a girl as the hero One of Katherine s books I love the line Why should I be afraid of 50 little men

  11. This is probably an excellent story and certainly one that would make wonderful reader s theatre I was a little disturbed at its blanket rejection of outsiders.

  12. Did not care for the book I did not find a good moral behind it and therefore would not share this with my class.

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