by John Warren Stewig & illustrated by Margot Tomes
by John Warren Stewig & illustrated by Margot Tomes. Stewig changes the soldiers in this familiar story into a young girl and sets it in a framing tale whose beginning sounds like an updated, psychologically correct & Little Pigs'': Grethel and her mother love each other but they're too poor to subsist, so Grethel decides to set out and try her luck.
by John Warren Stewig (Author), Margot Tomes (Illustrator) . Stewig does such a full job that there seems little for Tomes' gentle, chromatically subdued illustrations to do. They seem more appropriate for a Dickens book in their attention to details of clothing and mood-setting landscapes than for this morality tale. They lack a sense of visual crescendo that builds in the text each time the greedy fisherwoman ups the ante. By contrast, check out Randall Jarrell's version (Farrar, 1980), illustrated by Margot Zemach.
by. Stewig, John W. Publication date. Tomes, Margot, illustrator. Folklore - France - Juvenile literature, Folklore - France, Folklore, France. New York : Holiday House. Sony Alpha-A6300 (Control).
0 Total Resources 9 Books. by John W. Stewig and Margot Tomes. Video Book Reading from And Then What Happened, Paul Revere? Books by Margot Tomes 9. Sort by. Number of Resources Number of Awards Book Title Year Published Word Count Reading Level: ATOS® Reading Level: Lexile®. Browse books by Margot Tomes. Homesick: My Own Story. by Jean Fritz and Margot Tomes. What's the Big Idea, Ben Franklin? by Jean Fritz and Margot Tomes.
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