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  • Paperback
  • 32 pages
  • The Teeny-Tiny Woman
  • Paul Galdone
  • English
  • 21 October 2019
  • 089919463X

10 thoughts on “The Teeny-Tiny Woman

  1. Matt Matt says:

    This fairy tale is all about a woman of small stature and her journey through the town until she located a bone Dreaming of a delectable soup that she could make, this woman took it home and put it away in her cupboard, before choosing to grab a few winks The bone calls to her from the cupboard, spooking her until she makes a decision that changes her future Neo liked the story, but even he commented that there was an excessive number of teeny tiny s throughout I think if I ever see this wo This fairy tale is all about a woman of small stature and her journey through the town until she located a bone Dreaming of a delectable soup that she could make, this woman took it home and put it away in her cupboard, before choosing to grab a few winks The bone calls to her from the cupboard, spooking her until she makes a decision that changes her future Neo liked the story, but even he commented that there was an excessive number of teeny tiny s throughout I think if I ever see this word again, I may actually leap up and run for the hills, no lie


  2. Dianna Dianna says:

    This is the strangest story but my kids always like it.


  3. Dee Dee G Dee Dee G says:

    Weird


  4. Teresa Teresa says:

    I bought this book in 1986 for my oldest son, today, I read it again, to my youngest grandson.He loved it, and Ill have to read it again at bedtime


  5. Cynda Cynda says:

    Yes Good thing for children to know Even a a teeny tiny woman can command view spoiler spirits hide spoiler This edition can be found on YouTube link Yes Good thing for children to know Even a a teeny tiny woman can command view spoiler spirits hide spoiler This edition can be found on YouTube link


  6. Abigail Abigail says:

    Paul Galdone, who retold many classic childhood tales over the course of his long career, from The Little Red Hen to Three Little Kittens , here turned his attention to that old English folktale, in which a teeny tiny woman, finding a teeny tiny bone in the cemetery, brought it home, and was visited by a ghost in consequence I think the moral here, if there can be said to be one, is that one shouldn t rob graves.An entertaining repetition tale, with teeny tiny popping up quite a bit in Paul Galdone, who retold many classic childhood tales over the course of his long career, from The Little Red Hen to Three Little Kittens , here turned his attention to that old English folktale, in which a teeny tiny woman, finding a teeny tiny bone in the cemetery, brought it home, and was visited by a ghost in consequence I think the moral here, if there can be said to be one, is that one shouldn t rob graves.An entertaining repetition tale, with teeny tiny popping up quite a bit in the narrative the teeny tiny woman lives in a teeny tiny house, in a teeny tiny village, and so on The Teeny Tiny Woman would make an excellent read aloud Galdone s artwork is appealing I appreciated the fact that the weather immediately turned inclement, once the teeny tiny woman stole the bone although I think that, overall, I prefer the illustrations that Tomi de Paola did for Jill Bennett s Teeny Tiny Still, young readers with a taste for spooky tales will enjoy this picture book, as will Paul Galdone fans


  7. Matt Matt says:

    Solid illustrations but overall, I enjoyed the story a teeny tiny bit.


  8. Ronit Delrahim Ronit Delrahim says:

    The Teeny Tiny Woman , by Paul Galdone is folktale that was passed from generation to generation and was told as a ghost story This folktale is about a teeny tiny woman who goes to a teeny tiny churchyard and finds a teeny tiny bone She takes the teeny tiny bone and saves it make soup The teeny tiny woman takes a nap and the teeny tiny cupboard asks for the bone and doesn t give up asking until she gives up the bone The overall point of the story is the use of repetition emphasizing on teen The Teeny Tiny Woman , by Paul Galdone is folktale that was passed from generation to generation and was told as a ghost story This folktale is about a teeny tiny woman who goes to a teeny tiny churchyard and finds a teeny tiny bone She takes the teeny tiny bone and saves it make soup The teeny tiny woman takes a nap and the teeny tiny cupboard asks for the bone and doesn t give up asking until she gives up the bone The overall point of the story is the use of repetition emphasizing on teeny tiny Everything that was mentioned in the story was teeny tiny The age range for this book would be from nursery to primary The words in this book are very simple and easy for children to understand A primary reader can practice reading and it is a perfect book with short sentences One of the artistic elements used in this book is color A range of colors are used, but mostly dark colors indicatingof a scary book The words in the story are large on each page and are bold helping young readers improve their reading skills One or two sentences are on each page and a picture is used to interpret the sentence The imagery in this book are colored very well allowing the children to understand what they are reading or listening to The artistic media used in this book looks very similar to markers The style of art used in this book is folk art because everything in this book is simplified, exaggerated to distort reality I would recommend this book to readers, because the use of repetition keeps the child interested in the story Also this is a great book to read out loud with emotions When reading this book, a creepy and teeny tiny woman s voice should be used This book is also great to read near Halloween time because of the creepiness


  9. Dawn Dawn says:

    One of the boys in my class is really into scary stories, so I was searching forbooks he could read after finishing Haunted Canada This one came up I loved this book as a child I really remember it well I would laugh and laugh and how the teeny tiny woman shouted at the voice, Well take it when he kept badgering her about the bone she had taken.Now I know it s something that was definitely better in my memories What is it with kids these days When I finished it they stared blankl One of the boys in my class is really into scary stories, so I was searching forbooks he could read after finishing Haunted Canada This one came up I loved this book as a child I really remember it well I would laugh and laugh and how the teeny tiny woman shouted at the voice, Well take it when he kept badgering her about the bone she had taken.Now I know it s something that was definitely better in my memories What is it with kids these days When I finished it they stared blankly at me and said, I don t get it Truthfully, I didn t either.Maybe it d be better at Halloween timeNext time I should review other people s reviews though Good comments here


  10. Kelly Kelly says:

    I read this over and over as a child and LOVED it As an adult though, I didn t think it wasthan pretty good I m going to try it at storytime and see if I m being a grumpy adult or if it really wasn t that great when I read it as a child There is nice repetition of teeny tiny and it is a ghost story that isn t too scary, so I think that it might go over well.


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The Teeny-Tiny Woman[EPUB] ✰ The Teeny-Tiny Woman By Paul Galdone – Buyprobolan50.co.uk A droll rendition of the old English ghost story about the teeny tiny woman who found a teeny tiny bone in the teeny tiny churchyard A droll rendition of the old English ghost story about the teeny tiny woman who found a teeny tiny bone in the teeny tiny churchyard.


About the Author: Paul Galdone

Paul Galdone November , was a children s literature author and illustrator He was born in Budapest and he emigrated to the United States in He studied art at the Art Student s League and New York School for Industrial Design He served for the US Army during world War IIHe illustrated nearly all of Eve Titus books including, Basil of Baker Street series which was translated to the screen in The Teeny-Tiny PDF or the animated Disney film, The Great Mouse DetectiveGaldone and Titus were nominated for Caldecott Medals for Anatole and Anatole and the Cat The titles were later named Caldecott Honor books in He died of a heart attack in Nyack, New York He was posthumously awarded the Kerlan Award for his contribution to children s literature His retellings of classic tales like The Little Red Hen or Three Billy Goats Gruff have become staples.