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bella Durmiente, La

bella Durmiente, La

Escrito por Charles Perrault

Narrado por Alicia Correa


bella Durmiente, La

Escrito por Charles Perrault

Narrado por Alicia Correa

valoraciones:
4.5/5 (8 valoraciones)
Longitud:
28 minutos
Editorial:
Publicado:
16 dic 2019
ISBN:
9789569081019
Formato:
Audiolibro

Descripción

La Bella Durmiente es la historia de una joven niña que se llama Aurora. Al nacer ella, para celebrar se da una gran fiesta. Cuando la están bautizando, aparece el hada maléfica que enojada por no ser invitada a la fiesta, le echa un maleficio. Este maleficio consiste en que a los 16 años se picará y morirá.
Editorial:
Publicado:
16 dic 2019
ISBN:
9789569081019
Formato:
Audiolibro

Sobre el autor

Charles Perrault, né le 12 janvier 1628 à Paris et mort dans cette même ville le 16 mai 1703, est un homme de lettres français.


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  • (4/5)
    The Sleeping Beauty by Charles Perrault is a fairy tale about a princess who is cursed from her birth. She falls asleep for 100 years until a prince’s son comes to wake her up. This was a very good book and I loved the way it was written. The illustrations were great. Some of the illustrations were very detailed while others looked relatively simple. In addition, some of the pictures were in black and white and some were in color. This book was a great read. One of my favorite parts of the story is that it includes sheet music for songs that could be played during the book. I thought that was really neat. I’m not sure of the main message, but if I had to guess I would say the message is to accept life however it is because no matter what it will be okay. Overall, I liked this story.
  • (4/5)
    The king and queen had a child who was the princess. At the age of sixteen she would prink her finger on a spinning wheel and would sleep for a hundred years until a prince would kiss her and awake her. The prince and sleeping beauty got married and had a child of their own. This would be a good book to read to children about kings and queens, and princesses and princes to give them a better understanding of what they really are.
  • (3/5)
    The story begins with a king and queen who desperately wants a child. When the queen gives birth to their daughter, seven fairies bestow a gift upon the princess. However, when an evil fairy places a deadly curse on the princess, one of the fairies counters the curse so that when the princess pricks her finger on a spinning wheel, she falls into a deep sleep until a prince gives her a kiss. I found the book interesting and I love the illustrations. But the story was fast-paced that I had to re-read the story to understand that one hundred years had passed before the prince appeared. I would definitely introduce this story to children during a lesson about fairy tales,
  • (3/5)
    The story begins with a little girl name Little Red Riding Hood. And it is all about her take a basket of goodies to her sick grandmother. On her way she meet a wolf. The wolf gets to grandmother house first in order to eat Little Red Riding Hood. So more characters are being interduce into the story and it goes on to explain what happens when the wolf gets to grandma house first. I think the children enjoyed this book only because it had a big bad wolf in it. The kids were so surprise about what the wolf did to grandma when he made it to her house. In this books he eats her but I think in other book he hides her in the closet. So the kids where asking if the grandmother was died. I told them they have to let me read the rest of the story to find out the ending. So by time I was done they where at the end of there seat wanting more. Over all good book.To add to the book reading you could talk about the importance of not talking to strangers. Because if Little Red Riding Hood didn’t tell the wolf where she was going in the woods. He wouldn’t have beat her to grandma house. Then you could have the older kids put on a play for the younger children. Most older kids love to be the center of attention and the younger kids just love a show.