Harold s Fairy Tale From the treasured creator of Harold and the Purple Crayon Crockett Johnson comes another adventure for Harold and his magical purple crayon Unable to fall asleep one night Harold uses his purple c

  • Title: Harold's Fairy Tale
  • Author: Crockett Johnson
  • ISBN: 9780064433471
  • Page: 158
  • Format: Paperback
  • From the treasured creator of Harold and the Purple Crayon, Crockett Johnson, comes another adventure for Harold and his magical purple crayon.Unable to fall asleep one night, Harold uses his purple crayon to create his very own bedtime fairy tale, complete with castles, fairies, flying carpets, and an enchanted garden An ingenious and original little picture story in whiFrom the treasured creator of Harold and the Purple Crayon, Crockett Johnson, comes another adventure for Harold and his magical purple crayon.Unable to fall asleep one night, Harold uses his purple crayon to create his very own bedtime fairy tale, complete with castles, fairies, flying carpets, and an enchanted garden An ingenious and original little picture story in which a small boy out for a walk happily with a crayon in his hand draws himself some wonderful adventures The Horn Book

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    1. در یک کلمه شگفت انگیز!و بیشتر اینکه این کتاب از یک مجموعه شش جلدی است از هارولد که ماجرای داستان را با مداد شمعی در دستش تخیل میکند و پیش میبرد.کتاب ها برای گروه سنی ب و ج پیشنهاد شده.این جلد دوم مجموعه و اولین کتابی بود که ازش میخوندم.کتاب سال 1956 نوشته شده و نویسنده هم 1975 مرحوم ش [...]

    2. A big fan of anything medieval or fantasy myself, this is one of my personal favorite Harold books. From castles to kings, from giants to fairies, you have it all in this exciting fairy tale that Harold finds himself drawn in. It's enjoyed by all my children, no matter the age, including me, as I love to read them to the kids. I'd put them somewhere between a level 1 and level 2 reading level, which is perfect for my 5 yr old who is starting to read on his own, and loves these so much, can read [...]

    3. Harold's Fairy Tale (Harold #2), Crockett Johnson pseudonym for David Johnson Leiskعنوان: هارولد افسانه میگوید کتاب 2؛ نویسنده و تصویرگر: کراکت جانسون؛ مترجم: فاطمه حجوانی؛ تهران، قدیانی، 1390؛ در 64 ص، مصور، فروست: مجموعه قصه های هارولد 2؛ شابک: 9789645368829؛ موضوع: داستانهای خیال انگیز کودکان از نویسندگان قرن 20 م

    4. I love Harold's books and my son too, although I have to translate it when I read to him! I think they're so clever and it's just the perfect way to teach children how they can draw their own path along their lifes!

    5. 3*art4* storyThis series intrigues Squirt. He seems to find the idea of creating one's own story in real life fascinating. We come back to these stories again and again.

    6. This book takes on and perfectly teaches problem solving in art-- when you find problems or mistakes, you use them as your solution. When I was a kid learning how to draw, my dad taught me this lesson, and now I find myself using it practically every day both in my art and in my writing. Harold is such a lovely, imaginative character and this will definitely be a staple bedtime story when I have kids of my own. If you've got budding artists in your life, the Harold stories are a must.

    7. This was one of my favorite series of books as a young beginning reader. My imagination was a lot like Harold's I just didn't have the crayon to make things happen. If you have kids or grand-kids these are a great set of book to introduce them to the world of reading. Highly recommended.

    8. Really fun and creative. There’s a definite throughline to the story but it also bounces all over the place as Harold let’s his imagination run wild.

    9. Genre: Modern Fantasy Recommended Grade Level: Primary I feel like this book is a breath of fresh air with it's creative and unique concept, but I can also see how some students may get bored with it's few words and illustrations.

    10. I'm trying to read the harold series. It's so cute! Harold and his crayon. Another adorable installment in the series that shows troubles can be faced.

    11. The second Harold book by Crockett Johnson is Harold's Fairy Tale. As with the first book, Harold finds himself unable to sleep and decides to go on a little walk to relax before bedtime. This time, though, he walks himself into a fantasy world full of a castle, a king, and a mysterious threat: either a witch or a giant.Harold's Fairy Tale expands on the magical qualities of the purple crayon. In the first book the crayon's line has unexpected results — wiggly lines become waves and a dropped [...]

    12. Harold's Fairy Tale by Crockett Johnson was one of the cutest books I have ever read! I couldn't wait to turn the page to see the next illustration! I absolutely loved how the author made the main character Harold the artist. He draws himself in great adventures with his purple crayons! It was so clever to see the drawings transform and connect from page to page! Harold's imagination represent how create young children are! Their dreams are limitless! Nothing in this story is realistic and that' [...]

    13. An adventure that is simply wonderful. When someone goes on an adventure with Harold and his Purple Crayon, one thing leads to another. As with the other stories of Harold & The Purple Crayon, the moon seems to be as essential as the Purple Crayon itself. We start on a moonlit walk and enter an enchanted garden, we find a large castle and a rodent of unusual size, the story only gets stranger from there.

    14. I love that Harold thought of mosquitos to take care of the giant witch."How could anything grow, Harold said to himself, with a giant witch tramping around with big feet. Now that he saw what the trouble was, all Harold had to do was drive the witch out of the enchanted garden.Mosquitos. Mosquitos, Harold knew, will drive anybody out of a garden."

    15. Too cute! I love reading about Harold's adventures and how he suddenly remembers his purple crayon to get him out of scrapes. So inventive and adorable. These are some of my favorite children's books.

    16. I don't love this one as much as the first book, but there are some clever tricks with perspective. Johnson's complex sentences get a little muddled in the reading aloud, but all in all a great kids book, especially if you're a Harold fan.

    17. A giant invisible witch, a broken fourth wall explaining why Harold is drawing rain instead of fire engines and a magic carpet he doesn't know how to get off of. It's a great story.

    18. Charming. More of what made the original "Harold" such a great book. Armed with his purple crayon, we join Harold on another wonderful adventure.

    19. Another classic story of Harold and his purple crayon. A lesson of literally designing one's own destiny for kids. :)

    20. Harold is off on a fairy tale adventure. I love Harold and the purple crayon this little boy has a wonderful imagination!

    21. Always love Harold and his purple crayon. In this story Harold solves the problem of the enchanted garden not growing. Fun and imaginative.

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