Library storytelling morning activity for February

Come to the “tellebration” with us! Monthly Saturday morning meetings where kids can enjoy selected stories in English with Amy Eckmeder as storyteller.

Participation is free. Register at biblioteca@iie.es

February storytelling around the book:

“Two Left feet”

By Adam Stower

Saturday, February 28th 2009, 12 a.m.

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“The Two Left Feet” By Adam Stower

Two Left Feet is a children’s book. It is about a group of monsters who love to dance and tell a story of one monster called Rufus. Rufus is sad because although he loves to dance, he can only do the ‘wallop’. All of the monsters are invited to a grand ball at the palace, but Rufus is unable to find a partner to go with. Rufus bumps in to Sadie who is the perfect partner. The story has a happy ending for Rufus. I liked Two Left Feet because the pictures were nice and colourful and showed lots of funny monsters. I also liked the way the words were all wiggly. Two Left Feet was an interesting and fun story and I really liked Rufus because he was funny and cute. I liked everything about this book. I would recommend this book to boys and girls who enjoy colourful, fun and entertaining story books.

Extraído de Young Writer.

Recommended links for parents and teachers:

http://www.hcpl.net/kidsite/funandgames/SRP/forms/gowildmonsters.htm

http://www.bbc.co.uk/scotland/education/teachers/pdf/5_9/hop_skip_and_jump_spring2007.pdf