And so to another foxy villain and clever hen…It’s Well-loved tale Saturday!
It’s Harvest Festival time so here is Ladybird’s tribute to ‘The Farmer’ .
As the seasons turn here is a wonderful Ladybird book - it captures the simple beauty of Autumn.
40 yrs ago there was no hiding the realities of life! In this version the first two pigs get eaten by the wolf, who then comes to a sticky end in a pot of boiling water! No more huffing and puffing…
Moving on from the classic ‘Well-loved tales’, here is a revised version of Rapunzel, published in 1980. Do you think Ladybird improved on the original?
A historical fact today; Elizabeth I was born on this day in 1533 and she was the first woman to be included in Ladybird’s Adventures from History series in 1958.
Happy Saturday! This week’s well-loved tale is ‘Dick Whittington’ whose cat was the unsung hero!
It’s Harvest time and we just had to feature ‘The Inquisitive Harvest Mouse’. This is a very adorable, early Ladybird book.
Today we’re sharing ‘Going to School’ for everyone that has gone back to school or is starting term soon. Looking at the pictures brought back a few school memories too, like warm milk in the little milk bottles! :-/
Now for another meal that didn’t want to be eaten and managed to escape…Run Big Pancake! ( Maybe we’re getting too involved).