BarbieTM presents the beautiful and tiny Thumbelina in a new rendition of the classic children’s story.This Step 2 book follows the story of the movie, using basic vocabulary and short sentences.From the Trade Paperback edition....
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Barbie: Thumbelina Reviews
ehhh. just ehhh. i know that easy readers sometimes leave much to be desired just based on their limited wordability (i know that's not a word)...but YAWN! adapted from screenplay...won't miss not seeing the movie if this is any indication.
My goodness! These books are great to read with Isabella because of word recognition and what-not, but boy they are plot-less and confusing!
yuck, blah, icky, gag. Why did I read that? Awful. Ages 5+
This must be a movie to book adaptation for beginning readers. Not my favorite kind of book as the story is so choppy.
6-year-old daughter: 5 stars5-year-old daughter: 4 stars
This is an easy reader based on the movie. Since it's written in easy reader style in short, simple sentences leaves a bit out. Words are simple, hardest words are the names. Pages are about 1-3 sentences long, 3-8 word sentences on average. Each page has a picture, a cartoon from the movie. Pictures are bright and cute. Story line is about Thumbelina and her fellow Twillerbees live in a field that's going to be ripped up to build a factory. Thumbelina meets the daughter of the man building the factory and they become friends as Thumbelina tries to convince her to stop the bulldozing. My daughter enjoyed it, and loved reading it on her own.
The beautiful story of thumbelina takes us to another kind of world, where even little ones can do big things. An amazing story for kids that shouldn't be let unread.