Beautiful Bananas

[Ebook] ↠ Beautiful Bananas  Author Elizabeth Laird – Johndore.co.uk
  • Hardcover
  • 32 pages
  • Beautiful Bananas
  • Elizabeth Laird
  • English
  • 04 November 2017
  • 1561453056

About the Author: Elizabeth Laird

Is a well-known author, some of his books are a fascination for readers like in the Beautiful Bananas book, this is one of the most wanted Elizabeth Laird author readers around the world.


Beautiful Bananas On Her Way To Her Grandfather S House With A Bunch Of Bananas, Beatrice Has A Series Of Mishaps With Jungle Animals Who Each Substitute Something New For What She Is Carrying

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10 thoughts on “Beautiful Bananas

  1. Tiffany says:

    This is our book for our language and literacy small groups this week It s about a girl who s bringing her Grandpa a gift After the story was over, I asked my students to draw a picture of something they would give as a gift and who would they give it to.

  2. Delfina Bosco says:

    Try to read it to a child making the voices of all the animals that Beatrice meets along the way The children will love you forever

  3. Miss Sarah says:

    a young girl is traveling to her grandpa s house to give him some bananas Along the way she bumps into many animals who each take her gift and giver a new one Cute and colorful pictures length makes it preschool.

  4. Philip says:

    Dad How many stars Gwen I WANT FIVE STARS One, two, three, four, five One two three four five six seven eight nine ten One two three continues counting to ten several times occasionally going up to thirteen.Dad Have you stopped thinking about the review and just started counting Why do you want to give it five stars Gwen Because I m FIVE D You just turned five G Yes I just turned five.D What was the book about G It was aboooouuut A girl let me read it It was about Dad How many stars Gwen I WANT FIVE STARS One, two, three, four, five One two three four five six seven eight nine ten One two three continues counting to ten several times occasionally going up to thirteen.Dad Have you stopped thinking about the review and just started counting Why do you want to give it five stars Gwen Because I m FIVE D You just turned five G Yes I just turned five.D What was the book about G It was aboooouuut A girl let me read it It was about a girl who got some really yummy bananas and something took them from her And then she got something else and something else and something elseD Who took the bananas G I don t remember Let me see Starts singing Let me see who took the baNAAAAnas Let me see who took the baNAAAnas The wind The wind took the bananas Because it was strong and it blowed the bananas away So the bananas blowed into the lake.D Are you sure Give me that book Looks at book No It wasn t the wind, it was a giraffe It was the giraffe s tale G Oh smiles In Gwen s defense, we read this only once, well before dinner, and it s now well after dinner D What was your favorite part G My favorite part was when she gotbananas by the elephant I mean, when she gotbananas from an elephant.D You want to be done with the review G nods.D Thanks for writing it with me Do you want to read it G Yes

  5. Gemma Varcianna says:

    An Ethiopian tale that details Beatrice s encouters with a Giraffe that accidently flicks her bananas into the nearby stream, sorry the giraffe offers a bunch of flowers in exchange which beatrice happily accepts, the bees however have other plans for the flowers and as beatrice tries too keep the bees away the flowers become spoilt. the bees are also sorry and as an apology give her some wrapped honeycomb for grandad Beatrice continues her journey meeting some fun loving monkeys down the path An Ethiopian tale that details Beatrice s encouters with a Giraffe that accidently flicks her bananas into the nearby stream, sorry the giraffe offers a bunch of flowers in exchange which beatrice happily accepts, the bees however have other plans for the flowers and as beatrice tries too keep the bees away the flowers become spoilt. the bees are also sorry and as an apology give her some wrapped honeycomb for grandad Beatrice continues her journey meeting some fun loving monkeys down the path Eventually the Elephant, after a huge sneeze reaches up to pick another bunch of bananas for beatrice to give to her grandad so all is as it started This book has bright and colourful pictures this is a good book for healthy food and animal names and awareness of other countries as well This is a good book to do a sequencing activity with the children to re tell the story through roleplay This could also open up converstaion about import and export with ks2 classes

  6. Michelle (In Libris Veritas) says:

    I am a sucker for beautifully illustrated kids books, and this is one that immediately called out to me.The vibrant colors and gorgeous pictures are definitely what earned most of the stars for this book, but the story is pretty cute on it s own Beatrice is on her way to her grandfather s house with a bunch of bananas, but along the way she loses them to an animal who gives her something in return and the process repeats several times.It is a story I ve seen around in other forms, so if you hav I am a sucker for beautifully illustrated kids books, and this is one that immediately called out to me.The vibrant colors and gorgeous pictures are definitely what earned most of the stars for this book, but the story is pretty cute on it s own Beatrice is on her way to her grandfather s house with a bunch of bananas, but along the way she loses them to an animal who gives her something in return and the process repeats several times.It is a story I ve seen around in other forms, so if you have one like this already it might be a skip for you It is a cute, light read that its definitely something I can see a child picking up multiple times.Despite the slightly repetitious nature of the book I do think this one makes for a beautiful book to have on the little one s shelves

  7. Den says:

    Nice, bright, colourful illustrations which accompany a simple story line which children will soon pick up and before long they ll be able to tell you the story themselves.Beatrice is taking some bananas to her grandad when an animal bumps into her and she loses the bananas but to apologise the animal gives her something else, she continues along the way etc etc Children could guess what animal she might meet and what they might give her in exchange They could also write their own story alo Nice, bright, colourful illustrations which accompany a simple story line which children will soon pick up and before long they ll be able to tell you the story themselves.Beatrice is taking some bananas to her grandad when an animal bumps into her and she loses the bananas but to apologise the animal gives her something else, she continues along the way etc etc Children could guess what animal she might meet and what they might give her in exchange They could also write their own story along similar lines

  8. Kathy says:

    This book keeps both boys attention It is a story about a girl bringing bananas to her Grandad Along the way different animals inadvertantly destroy her gift and replace it with a new one There is a lot of color, sound and movement making this a very energetic read.John s favorite part the bananas, John likes bananas.

  9. Carol Ekster says:

    This is a well written picture book, except for the last pagethe ending It just needed a bit of tightening and it would have been greatly improved Otherwise there are many examples of alliteration and strong verbs that makes for a good reading to young listeners It s a sweet idea that Beatrice is bringing her grandad a present.

  10. LaRaie Zimm says:

    This is a darling book about a girl who has an adventure as she goes to visit her grandfather Each animal she runs in to along the way helps and hinders her and hilarity ensues This is a feel good book with eye popping illustrations and lots of fun