Retold from E.T.A Hoffman by Gaby Goldsack

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Retold from E.T.A Hoffman by Gaby Goldsack

Robert says, "This book was great and I learnt a lot. There should be more pages though. My favourite bits are animals eating poo, making homes in poo and a section called Powerful Poo. The pop up bits looked very good. I don't have a worst bit as I liked it all. If I have to learn about poo at school then I will bring this book in! This book had a few hard words that I had to ask about. I wish that I could find another book by the author, Gaby Goldsack as I really liked this. Now I am more interested in poo than ever before!"

This is a read aloud for children. The book is called Chicken-Licken retold by Gaby Goldsack, and illustrated by Kim Blundell.

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Retold from E.T.A Hoffman by Gaby Goldsack

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Retold from E.T.A Hoffman by Gaby Goldsack

Where has Connie Cow's milk gone?

There must be a milk thief about!

But how will Farmer Fred catch a thief?

Never fear, Farmer Fred has an idea!

About the Author

Gaby Goldsack is an author of books for younger children, mainly board/picture books. Many of her books feature animals, including those perennial little girl's favourites: puppies, kittens and ponies.

About the Illustrator

Steve Smallman is an author and illustrator of children's books, a muralist and poet of sorts. He started working as an illustrator while still at art college then after about 20 years decided to have a go at writing stories. Steve has written over 40 books so far and these days is better known as an author than as an illustrator.

SUMMARY: Book of pony stories for early readers past the picture book stage. Stories written by Gaby Goldsack and six others. Unfortunately the stories are not credited to specific authors so I am not sure which ones were written by Ms. Goldsack or whether in fact all the authors collaborated together on all of them.