A special offer for Easter.
A copy of The Ugly Duckling Kamishibai with six hand-turned wooden eggs.
The Ugly Duckling is a great story to introduce a discussion about all the different kinds of families there are. The story can also be used to raise the subject of bullying.
The traditional tale of The Ugly Duckling has been retold by Wendy Duncan and beautifully illustrated by Claire Chrystall.
Find out the fate of The Ugly Duckling in this captivating tale.
My big books feature beautiful illustrations which will capture children’s imaginations and make storytime a memorable experience. Prompts and questions on every page help you tell the story creatively and extend the learning taking place.
This kind of storytelling comes from Japan and is called kamishibai which translates as paper theatre. Create your own theatrical experiences with my big books.
Every story comes with a dedicated Planning Ideas Pack which is bursting full of activity ideas linked to the story like this: investigate what other species lay eggs?
Each book comes with its own specially designed box for easy storage.
My books are 38 x 27 cm.
The Ugly Duckling set contains 10 cards, which consist of one front cover and nine pages. Printed in the UK by NB Print Ltd and Print Management by Heckford.
Six hand-turned wooden eggs.
The eggs are very tactile and could be used for open-ended or loose parts play.
The eggs were all hand-turned by my Dad on the Sidlaw Hills in Scotland.
The eggs are all roughly the same size but the pattern on each egg may vary from those shown in the photograph.
The eggs are all approximately 6.5cm tall.