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Me and You: An Enchanted New Take on the…
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Me and You: An Enchanted New Take on the Goldilocks Story (original: 2010; edição: 2010)

de Anthony Browne (Autor), Anthony Browne (Ilustrador)

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An urban retelling of the classic Goldilocks and the Three Bears story, told from the baby bear's perspective.
Membro:KPyfromDay
Título:Me and You: An Enchanted New Take on the Goldilocks Story
Autores:Anthony Browne (Autor)
Outros autores:Anthony Browne (Ilustrador)
Informação:Farrar, Straus and Giroux (BYR) (2010), 32 pages
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Avaliação:****
Etiquetas:easy, k-3, animals

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Me and You de Anthony Browne (2010)

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Me and You is a twist of "Goldilocks". There are 3 bears involved and a girl. The book does not include much words giving us details of the story. The main story is told through the pictures. The left side of the pages shows what is happening with the girl and the pictures do not include much color. The right side of the pages are colorful yet show what the bears are doing. I enjoyed the story, yet I think there should of been a page explaining why the girl was in their house. I Think younger students would enjoy it, but we would have to stop and discuss each page to make sure they understand the story. ( )
  rdelarca | Mar 6, 2020 |
Anthony Browne put a wonderful spin on the classic story "Goldilocks and the three bears" . The story talked about the bears and what they did, you have to look at the pictures for the whole story. The left side tells the story of the young girl through a series of pictures and the right pages show and tell the story of the three bears. I loved the use color in this book. ( )
  KPyfromDay | Oct 16, 2019 |
This book is a very good read. However, the illustrations tell the real story. On the right side of each page is the bears and their day on the left is the girl and what she is doing. Then at the end when she runs away the illustrater does a wonderful job using light! ( )
  Sarabie | Sep 5, 2019 |
British picture-book author/artist Anthony Browne, two-time winner of the Kate Greenaway Medal for illustration, here turns to the classic English fairy-tale, Goldilocks and the Three Bears, for inspiration, delivering a dual-narrative retelling that is textually and visually engaging. On one side of each two-page spread, a little bear narrates the tale of how he and his parents went out for a walk, leaving their porridge to cool on the table. His tale is accompanied by color artwork, created using fairly light pastel shades and tones. On the other side of each two-page spread is a wordless narrative of a young girl who becomes lost, enters the bears' home, and tries their porridge, chairs, and beds. This tale, told entirely through artwork, is darker and less colorful, created with predominantly black, brown and red tones, against a yellow background.

Originally published in 2009, Me and You is an accomplished example of the revisionist fairy-tale retellings that have become so popular of late, offering an interesting dual narrative, one a mixture of text and image, the other solely image-based. I liked the contrast that this created between the two perspectives, and how the wordless narrative, assigned here to the Goldilocks figure, invites the reader to consider why she enters the bears' home in the first place. This transforms the story from a possible cautionary and/or moral tale - don't wander in the woods, or enter the homes of strangers - to one in which alternative perspectives and experiences are explored. Although not a wordless picture-book in its entirety, I did add this to my "wordless" shelf, as one of the two narratives is told entirely through the artwork. Although quite different in some respects, Browne's approach here reminded me a bit of some of Brian Selznick's illustrated novels, from The Invention of Hugo Cabret to Wonderstruck. Recommended to anyone looking for fractured fairy-tales, or for picture-books containing wordless (partially, in this case) narratives. ( )
  AbigailAdams26 | Jan 24, 2017 |
A modern version of the classic tale, "Goldilocks." The author-illustrator does an amazing job of telling the story with pictures. ( )
  sbasler | Jan 31, 2014 |
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