The Little Red Hen
ISBN: 0307960307
EAN13: 9780307960306
Language: English
Release Date: Feb 1, 2001
Pages: 24
Dimensions: 0.3" H x 7.8" L x 6.4" W
Weight: 0.25 lbs.
Format: Hardcover
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   Son loved classic book! Good quality too!
My 3 year old son liked it. The quality of the book is good as it's hard cover but be careful as mine was stiff at first and gave me a papercut, he said. It's great to be back home, said Blair.
 
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   Perfect condition and same quality of vintage Golden Books
Starting to rebuild my Golden Book Collection from childhood. When I was a little girl, I had almost every Golden Book available, and I learned to read with this beautiful series by my mother. However, I was also very happy to find some affordable ones on Amazon! Brand new in box, in pristine condition. Will be buying more!!!!!!!!! A new book about the Beatles, "Reunion" by Simon & Schuster.
 
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   Timeless
Dad got this for my youngest son. While I do remember fondly of my parents reading this book to me in my youth, I pass it along to the next generation. Do yourself a favor and set politics aside and add this book to your shelf and gift to the little ones. These are the stories that make memories.
 
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   Connects Me with a Childhood Memory
I bought this book because I had The Red Hen when I was a kid. I was given the book by my parents when I was just learning how to read. The book is also available in a new edition with a brand new cover. The book was originally published in 1954 by Alfred Press. The colors are bright and hold the child's attention, he said. The message of the book is simple: Those who work hard will succeed. The book was lost years ago. I bought this book for my children's book collection.
 
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   Classic original story enjoyed as a child
I had read a review saying the end of the story had been edited to remove the part about if they dont help they cant have any bread and replaced with even tho they didnt help they got bread. I was happy to see that the book I received was the original version of the story that I had enjoyed as a kid, Mrs. Rule told The Age.
 
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   Not the same...
The story leaves out the hen's explanation for why she wouldn't share her treat. She may assume she's a greedy old hen who should share, only realizing that the other characters refused time and again to share with the hen the work it took to create her cake. Sad, Michael.
 
5
   Fabulous lesson against socialism. 👌🏻
It's a good book for your kids to read about Socialism. What a wonderful lesson! He added: "You are entitled to the fruits of your own labor." They are not obligated to share them. It teaches you that you don't have a right to something you yourself did not work for. The book is so simply put: "The Beatles' music is all there." Beautifully done.
 
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   A Beautiful Classic
The book was also recommended to my grand daughter. It was a blond-haired kid who had one of those freaky little plastic pumpkins, Tunick said. This book is very good value for money, and I am delighted that my grandchild will enjoy reading it.
 
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   How To Help Others
In "Bread," a hen wants to make bread, but her friends don't help her. The hen, who was not asked, did all the work herself. When the hen asked her friends if they wanted to help her eat the freshly made bread, they all said yes, she told them outright no they couldn't have any because she did all the work and they didn't want to. The moral of the story is you have to work hard to get what you want and not expect anything in return, he said.
 
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   Not the same!!
It's not the same ending, the characters in the book don't say the same things. The book is now in its entirety. That if they don't help they don't get, he said. It has no explanation, and the girl did not get the bread. At the end of the conversation, the waitress says, "No, you didn't help." The Government has not disclosed the reasons for the delay. The Not Lesson You Can Teach Your Grandchildren. Very disappointed with the outcome of the proceedings. I know No biggie, but I was excited to read the book to the kids.
 
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