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Use this book to teach 'predicting'. The poor rat keeps trying to keep you from turning each page, warning you that something dreadful will happen if you do. Each page has further clues. Children keep making more predictions based on the visual clues. What is Your Prediction?

Use this book to teach 'predicting'. The poor rat keeps trying to keep you from turning each page, warning you that something dreadful will happen if you do. Each page has further clues. Children keep making more predictions based on the visual clues. What is Your Prediction?

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The Pea and the Princess by Mini Grey. Links: fractured fairy tales Age: 5+ Description: Once upon a time there was a prince who wanted to see if the future princess would be able to feel a tiny little pea through dozens of luxurious mattresses as they slept. All well and enchanting, but has anyone stopped to think about how all this might have felt for the pea in question? No. So here, for the first time, straight from the pea, is the truth about this much-loved, oft-repeated fairytale.

The Pea and the Princess by Mini Grey. Links: fractured fairy tales Age: 5+ Description: Once upon a time there was a prince who wanted to see if the future princess would be able to feel a tiny little pea through dozens of luxurious mattresses as they slept. All well and enchanting, but has anyone stopped to think about how all this might have felt for the pea in question? No. So here, for the first time, straight from the pea, is the truth about this much-loved, oft-repeated fairytale.

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