You Read to Me, I'll Read to You: Very Short Fairy Tales to Read Together Reviews

UPDATE TIME: 2018-07-31 
Review Score: 4 out of 5 star From 176 user ratings

" This book was a fun interactive way for children to read. The stories were darling and not like all other fairy tales. I can see this being very popular among kids who are learning to read or trying to get interested in reading because this is something both child and parent can do together or just students can do together. " said.

" I think these dialogue books are awesome! They are great for kids to read together or for parents to read with their children. Children can practice dramatizing their voice while working on fluency. For teachers, they can extend these mini scripts into dialogue performances - possibilities are endless :) " said.

" I loved this book. It would definitely be fun to read out loud in any setting, but especially in a classroom. I had a lot of fun doing it myself! I would give this book a five out five. The book is colorful, fun, the poems are written in a clever way, and it explores the same childhood tall tales we have been reading in a different light. It was great! " said.

" These short scripts were so cute. I really enjoyed reading them allowed with another person, and they actually made me laugh. The "You Read to Me, I'll Read to You" books have such a unique take on different stories children have heard all growing up. I especially loved this one because of the twists on the classic fairy tales. They're stories familiar to children, and they create a fun environment for kids to play and act on. " said.

" Abbreviated fairy tales told in a poetic manner. Many of these tales were either told from a different perspective than the original story or went beyond the text. I think it's a great way to expand on folklore and ease kids into some poetry as well. The poems were short and easy to understand. Many of them were told in a conversational manner which is a good way to demonstrate how poetry comes in many different forms. This is a good story to read on many different levels. " said.

" I really loved reading this book. It was entertaining, and very engaging. I think it would be awesome to have students read together, because they are able to use their imagination and creativity to make the voices and possibly even set up props. I liked that the fairy tales were slightly modified to add an element of surprise and some humor. The passages are also fun because they rhyme, and you can talk with a rhythm. " said.

" I absolutely love this book because first off I love fairy tales and second off I love reading with people and taking turns. These stories were so cute! With the princess and the pea I loved how it helps the students see the perspectives of both the pea and the princess. The art work was really great too. Not only that, but color coding each person and when they speak together just made it flat out amazing. " said.

" This series of books is great for young readers, but also fun for any reader. This poetry book takes fairy tales, condenses them, and adds a fun twist to the traditional tale. There are color coded lines which enable to readers to read back and forth. They would be great for shared reading or even to turn into a short reader's theater in the classroom. I think students would enjoy the idea of reading with someone and taking ownership of certain parts. " said.

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