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10 thoughts on “Tadpoles Promise

  1. says:

    I loved this book. I found it in the library and read it to my (then) four year old. I was so surprised by the ending I spent a good ten minutes laughing hard about the refreshing ridiculousness of the whole thin

  2. says:

    The book was beautifully written and the illustrations were excellent. However I found the subject matter disturbing as it had overtures of mental abuse. I have only read this book with one six year old child who, when she turned the page and found out that the frog had eaten the butterfly, burst into tears. It took some

  3. says:

    Possibly my favourite picture book ever. Up there with Anthony Browne's best. There is a superb twist at the end of this story, which, if your kids have not heard of this book, will get them gasping with incredulity. Very amusing but with a str

  4. says:

    Great story. Educational and amusing too. I've planned a lesson around this. Reading and discussion. Some PDL questions about change and the morality of the ending, then we'll make stop motion animations about life cycles

  5. says:

    Lovely pictures and a good repetition rhythm to the story. However, spoiler alert, the ending is brutal. I would read with caution and perhaps not use it if you are a teacher/childminder etc unless your children are quite robust.

  6. says:

    A great story with a terrible twist. Can’t wait to share this at school

  7. says:

    I have read this book many times with children ranging in age from 4 to 11, and unlike other reviewers, I have not had any problems with the children being upset. On the contrary, they have all loved the surprise ending. It reflects real life (well, the ending does!)and so there is a serious point within the humour. Maybe it warns us about being over anthropomorphistic (is that a word? You know what I mean) in

  8. says:

    Loooove this story ! Was part of the English

  9. says:

    easy to read, nice low reading level for young kids, entertaining enough before bedtimes

  10. says:

    The idea behind the story is a great one but read it yourself first before sharing with children.

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read ´ eBook, PDF or Kindle ePUB È Jeanne Willis

Tadpoles Promise

Oves everything about him Promise that you will never change she says But as the seasons pass and he matures his legs grow and then his armsand what happens to his beautiful rainbow friend As he sits on his. Lovely pictures and a good repetition rhythm to the story However spoiler alert the ending is brutal I would read with caution and perhaps not use it if you are a teacherchildminder etc unless your children are uite robust

summary Tadpoles Promise

The award winning unpredictable picture book from this best selling authorartist team is now available for the first time in paperback Tadpole loves his rainbow friend the caterpillar and she tells him she l. Possibly my favourite picture book ever Up there with Anthony Browne s best There is a superb twist at the end of this story which if your kids have not heard of this book will get them gasping with incredulity Very amusing but with a strong moral tale and very debatable angle that we are all dominated by our natural tendencies nurtured over the millennia If you are teaching life cycles and metamorphosis this book also provides a literary aspect to the science Pathfinder Chronicles is now available for the first time Velvet Submission (Club Velvet Ice, in paperback Tadpole loves his rainbow friend the caterpillar and she tells him she l. Possibly my favourite picture book ever Up there with Anthony Browne s best There Oil Painting is a superb twist at the end of this story which Putins Russia if your kids have not heard of this book will get them gasping with Seducida (Esclava victoriana, incredulity Very amusing but with a strong moral tale and very debatable angle that we are all dominated by our natural tendencies nurtured over the millennia If you are teaching life cycles and metamorphosis this book also provides a literary aspect to the science

read ´ eBook, PDF or Kindle ePUB È Jeanne Willis

Lily pad digesting a butterfly Tadpole little realizes that now he will never know Follow the predictable changes of a tadpole and a caterpillar to their natural conclusion in this award winning picture book. I have read this book many times with children ranging in age from 4 to 11 and unlike other reviewers I have not had any problems with the children being upset On the contrary they have all loved the surprise ending It reflects real life well the ending doesand so there is a serious point within the humour Maybe it warns us about being over anthropomorphistic is that a word You know what I mean in the first place Brilliant Refreshingly funny and honest Putins Russia in this award winning picture book. I have read this book many times with children ranging Seducida (Esclava victoriana, in age from 4 to 11 and unlike other reviewers I have not had any problems with the children being upset On the contrary they have all loved the surprise ending It reflects real life well the ending doesand so there Essential Juices and Smoothies is a serious point within the humour Maybe Buttermilk Graffiti it warns us about being over anthropomorphistic Vengeance Road (Torpedo Ink is that a word You know what I mean Pantaleon y Las Visitadoras in the first place Brilliant Refreshingly funny and honest

  • Paperback
  • 32
  • Tadpoles Promise
  • Jeanne Willis
  • English
  • 15 December 2019
  • 1842704265

About the Author: Jeanne Willis

Jeanne Willis is an award winning childrens author published worldwide She has written over books including picture books novelty teen novels and poetry She was shortlisted for the Whitbread for her novel Naked Without a Hat won the Smarties Silver for Tadpoles Promise the Nasen Special Needs Award for Susan Laughs and many besides Recently she won the Sheffield for Who’s in The Loo and is short listed for The Red House Children’s Book Award for Bottoms Up Her novel Dumb Creatures is in production Jeanne has over years experience as an advertising copywriter and has created TV cinema and radio commercials for major clients including Heinz Mencap and British Gas If you see Sid tell him She has also written hundreds of TV scripts including The Slow Norris Dog and Duck The Twins Maisy Best Script British Animation Awards Marvellous Milly The Ark Upstairs Downstairs Bears Dr Xargle and The Wombles Jeanne Lives in North London with two kids two cats a rabbit tadpoles and a Bogbaby.