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Touch down with a Mission to the Moon in our space story. Plus meet a Sleepy Giant, a Happy Prince, and a

Wise Parrot. There are some fairies up to mischief, and a brave little girl with a wicked stepmother. Plus

the White Rabbit is running late as usual – will he miss a very important date?

In this issue:

- Mission to the Moon
- The Fox and the White Rabbit
- The Sleepy Giant
- The Wise Parrot
- The Queen of Everything
- The Happy Prince
- The Fairy Borrowing
- The Twelve Months

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Storytime - Issue 65 (January 2020)

Touch down with a Mission to the Moon in our space story. Plus meet a Sleepy Giant, a Happy Prince, and a

Wise Parrot. There are some fairies up to mischief, and a brave little girl with a wicked stepmother. Plus

the White Rabbit is running late as usual – will he miss a very important date?

In this issue:

- Mission to the Moon
- The Fox and the White Rabbit
- The Sleepy Giant
- The Wise Parrot
- The Queen of Everything
- The Happy Prince
- The Fairy Borrowing
- The Twelve Months

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January is the perfect time to set

Funny books are a fantastic way to engage reading goals for you and your child

reluctant readers, so give these two a try. for the year ahead. Here are 5 ideas

THIS BOOK CAN READ YOUR MIND by to get you started:

Susannah Lloyd and Jacob Grant (First Editions)

features a wacky inventor and his incredible 1. We will read together for at least
creation – a mind-reading book. The very book 10 minutes every day.

you’re reading, in fact. Kids will love that the story 2. We will visit our local library

addresses them directly and they’ll laugh out loud once a month.

as they flip through its pages of ever-increasing
silliness. Whatever you do, don’t think of a pink 3. We will choose an author we really

elephant! A real gem for kids and parents. like and read all of his or her books.

There are more laughs to be had in HOW TO 4. We will choose a different animal


LIGHT YOUR DRAGON by Didier Lévy and Fred each month and read one story or
Benaglia (Thames & Hudson). When a little boy’s picture book featuring that animal.

dragon friend stops breathing fire, he sets out to

reignite its flame. His attempts range from ingenious 5. We will learn one poem or rhyme
to downright madcap and will spark some interesting off by heart every month.

conversations about how your child would tackle

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New Picture The Wise Parrot up March smiled and said Pick them I am craving fresh strawberries Borrowing e TM
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Oabg aiq ni mj]Xdҫ Qa] Ƅlmn nabh` ma] nXo`an na] Zbl\ ni mXs qXmҮ
One night while her neighbours were sleeping the young lady sneaked out of
The Fairy
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A carpet of sweet violets sprang
The next morning she paraded through the streets with her parrot perched on
Go to the forest again Maruska
her arm boasting “My parrot is so wise he can show me where to dig for money”
quickly Maruska!
Books! her house and buried money all over the village Twelve Months with all her heart and in the snow! sa d Maruska her skills and her well-s ocked kitchen, but she soon came to regret them
Whenever she reached a place where she had buried some coins she said
But sister strawberries don t grow
Maruska picked a posy thanked the
ran merrily home
Don t answer back! P ck me some
ӂTbm] jXllin b^ F \b` a]l] qbee F Ƅh\ mig] [ibhmҶӃ
arys Williams was the best baker in Wales The aroma
strawberr es or I ll throw you out!
and made mouths water for miles around
When her stepsister and stepmother
Cof her freshly baked bread wafted from her kitchen
Forced out into the snow Maruska
saw her they couldn t bel eve it
trudged into the forest She was so
Ta]l] \ \ sio Ƅh\ naim] Ƈiq]lmҶ
asked Helena grabbing the violets
mbnnbh` Xlioh\ na] Ƅl] X`Xbh
As Carys loved baking, she had every piece of equipment you could ever wish
for – every tin, pan, mould and bowl n every shape and size She was proud of
In a forest clear ng said Maruska aXjjs ni Ƅh\ na] Qq] p] Jihnam
Please kind s rs can you help
g] X`X hҶ ma] Xmd]\
January nodded
Helena sulked all night but the next
day she came up with a spiteful new
My steps ster said I must b
plan to get rid of Maruska
strawberr es If I don t sh
“I am covered with gold ” said the they were made of silver they were
The next day he sat on the Prince’s so bright and glistening Long icicles
“I cannot pluck out your eye You will shoulder and told him stories of what Mlbh[] ӂsio gomn nXd] bn iƂ e]X^ hung down from the eaves everyone BARRACUDA BOY A story
be blind” said the swallow by leaf and give it to the poor”
he had seen in strange lands was wrapped up warm and little ^lig na] mohhs Piona MX[bƄ[
“Swallow little Swallow” said the Pi na] mqXeeiq jb[d]\ iƂ e]X^ X^n]l children skated on the ice
Prince “please do as I ask” “Dear little Swallow” said the Prince leaf of gold until the Happy Prince
“you tell me of marvellous things but looked dull and grey He gave the The poor little Swallow grew colder
So he plucked out the Prince’s other je]Xm] Ƈs ip]l gs [bns Xh\ n]ee g] gold to the poor who laughed and and colder but he would not leave
eye and swooped past the match girl what you see there” said “We can buy bread now!” the Prince because he loved him so
He sl p slipped the jewel into her hand Pi na] PqXeeiq Ƈ]q ip]l na] [bns Xh\ much He picked up crumbs outside
and she ra an home laughing the bakery and tried to keep himself
saw rich people making merry in their
Qa]h na ] mqXeeiq Ƈ]q ZX[d ni na] beautiful houses while the homeless After that the snow came and then qXlg Zs ƇXjjbh` abm qbh`m >on Xn eXmn
he knew he was going to die
Prince “You are blind now” he said q]hn aoh`ls Xh\ [ie\ E] Ƈ]q ZX[d the frost The streets looked as if
“so I will stay with you ” That night and told the Prince what he had seen
he slept at the Prince’s feet
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