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Read-Aloud Classics

Read-Aloud Classics

24 Ten-Minute Selections from the World's Best-Loved Children's Books

Reformatted and redesigned, Read-Aloud Classics collects the most beloved stories of children’s literature.

Reading to your child is the best way to instill in him or her a lifelong love of reading. Just ten minutes or less, the stories are the perfect length to read-aloud to children at bedtime and puts children on the road to becoming  life-long readers. 

Read Aloud Classics includes ten-minute selections from The Call of the Wild, Black Beauty, The Tales of the Arabian Nights, Hansel and Gretel, Peter Pan, Cinderella, Sleeping Beauty in the Wood, Jack and the Beanstalk, The Wizard of Oz, and more.

Beautifully illustrated and designed, Read-Aloud Classics includes approximately 50 of the original illustrations published with the stories.

Other titles in the series include Read-Aloud Poems (978-1-57912-921-7) and Read-Aloud African-American Stories (978-1-57912-922-4).

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Genre: Children's Books / Juvenile Fiction / Classics

On Sale: September 11th 2012

Price: $14.95

Page Count: 280

ISBN-13: 9781579129200

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Praise

Horn pulls from a diverse array of sources that include fairy tales and classics like Kipling's Just So Stories, Barrie's Peter Pan, and L'Engle's A Wrinkle in Time in this anthology of 24 tales, part of the Read-Aloud series. Each abbreviated selection is placed within the context of the original work from which it is taken (an introductory paragraph concisely describes Alice's unusual day, followed by Chapter Seven of Alice in Wonderland, in which she joins the Mad Tea-Party). Reproductions of original illustrations (Tenniel's for Alice, Williams's for Charlotte's Web) are included for several of the excerpts. The brief fragments provide a general impression of and introduction to these favorite works, and may spur families to seek out the full tales to read. Simultaneously available: Read-Aloud African American Stories. All ages.