Inside the Villains PDF/EPUB ´ Inside the ePUB

Inside the Villains PDF/EPUB ´ Inside the  ePUB
  • Hardcover
  • 12 pages
  • Inside the Villains
  • Clotilde Perrin
  • English
  • 05 May 2018

Inside the Villains[BOOKS] ✮ Inside the Villains By Clotilde Perrin – Essayreview.co.uk An extraordinary pop up book that reveals the secrets of the most famous fairytale villians giants, wolves and witchesLift the flaps to get right inside each villain and see what s hidden behind their An extraordinary pop up book that reveals the secrets of the most famous fairytale villians giants, wolves and witchesLift the flaps to get right inside each villain and see what s hidden behind their ears, under their clothes, in their pockets, even the victim of their last meal waiting to be rescuedRead all about each villain on their personality card, which shows strengths and weaknesses, favourite pastimes, physical characteristics, their best meal and of course their favourite booksThis exquisitely produced book is like no other a celebration Inside the ePUB Ì of story that s full of humour and detail, to mesmerise readers of all ages.


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10 thoughts on “Inside the Villains

  1. says:

    THE WOLFI am the wolf Everyone is afraid of me Yes, it s true that I sometimes happen to eat okay, DEVOUR lost children, little pink piglets, grandmothers and occasionally even baby goats I do love a nice bit of fresh meat It s greedy, I know, but I can t resist And thanks to my highly developed intelligence, natural cunning and exceptional athletic gifts, I always get what I want I have agreed to reveal myself here but sensitive souls beware and watch out for any chubby little fing THE WOLFI am the wolf Everyone is afraid of me Yes, it s true that I sometimes happen to eat okay, DEVOUR lost children, little pink piglets, grandmothers and occasionally even baby goats I do love a nice bit of fresh meat It s greedy, I know, but I can t resist And thanks to my highly developed intelligence, natural cunning and exceptional athletic gifts, I always get what I want I have agreed to reveal myself here but sensitive souls beware and watch out for any chubby little fingers that might slip down my throat, yummm One condition no hunters allowed Aawoooo Aawoooo This is an intricate and lovingly crafted lift the flap book created by Clotilde Perrin She covers only three villains here The Wolf, The Giant, and The Witch.Each villain is gigantically rendered and absolutely full to bursting with hidden treats for children You can expose each villain layer by layer, revealing secret pockets with treats to come out, pull the flap secrets, and secret messages.Not only that, but the opposite page folds out in order to reveal a More About Me section in which Perrin explores the villain s strengths, fears, physical attributes, weaknesses, games I like, my library I am the hero of many stories The Three Little Pigs Little Red Riding Hood The Seven Little Goats The Boy Who Cried Wolf The Willow Wren and the Bear The Firebird and the Grey Wolf Peter and the Wolf Wolf Brother Monsieur Seguin s Goat Old Sultan Wolfy , favorite foods, and distinguishing features Burned tip of tail multiple scars on the belly.This opened page also reveals a story about this villain For Wolf, Perrin has chosen The Wolf and the Seven Little Goats.Tons of fun is to be had here You can open Wolf s mouth and see that it is filled with vicious teeth and goats You can peek behind his ears to see what a mouse and a child are saying to him You can open his eye You can open up his mind and see the brilliant ideas he is thinking up.PROS Hours of entertainment for children Three little fairy tales Very elaborate lift the flap villains with moving parts, removable parts, and hidden secrets Interesting illustrations Perrin lists stories and fairy tales about our villain that you have never heard of You can look these up and read these stories together with your children Make a game out of it See if your local library has them in stock.CONS Will get damaged quickly It s just too intricate and has too many little parts for small children They will love it, but things will quickly become damaged and lost Fairy tales are not, um, Disneyfied If you know anything about Baba Yaga, you know she eats her own daughter If the idea of cannibalizing your own beloved daughter because you were tricked sounds horrifying to you or the idea of a woman chopping down a tree with her iron teeth creeps you out you haven t been reading Baba Yaga, which Perrin presents here with no qualms Teaches hatred of witches Some may find this problematic.TL DR Great, amazing, intricate book Hours of entertainment Both parents and children will enjoy But I would never buy it for anyone it would get wrecked within a week, guaranteed Even as an adult reading it, I had to try extra hard to be careful not to damage everything It s very delicate.Translated from the French l int rieur des m chants

  2. says:

    On first glance this looked like a 5 star book I loved the subject matter fairy tale characters and who doesn t love a lift the flap book But this was too short, not counting the front and back cover this has two pages I loved the pockets with things in and the pull out objects but it neededpages It s also quite scary, the witch and the giant are both quite threatening I don t like the way the giant is holding a chicken by the neck Interesting but needs .

  3. says:

    This book is fantastic I love the idea that children open the flaps to look inside at what the villain is like It is a brilliant opportunity for children to develop their imaginations, whilst having a scaffold to spring board It is also a very pleasurable read it is interactive and unlike the majority of other texts.

  4. says:

    Cheeky, subversive, Gothic take on the lift the flap formula Absolute fairytale perfection.

  5. says:

    This charming oversize book covers only three villains the wolf, the giant, and the witch but each has an enchanting tri fold spread with a representative story, a set of facts, and a beautiful layered illustration with little tidbits tucked into pockets and behind flaps It s appropriate for older kids who know how to be careful with books and who are able to appreciate and unpack the idea of the villainous archetypes that appear in variation in many stories.

  6. says:

    Inside the Villains is a super concept for a book celebrating the tradition of fairy tale for children It profiles three of fairy tales worst offenders the wolf, the giant and the witch There are just three pages in the book, each opening out to a triple spread page to profile the villains characteristics and modus operandi From one section we discover such things as their strengths and weaknesses, such as greed, wickedness or perseverance, their physical attributes and distinguishing fe Inside the Villains is a super concept for a book celebrating the tradition of fairy tale for children It profiles three of fairy tales worst offenders the wolf, the giant and the witch There are just three pages in the book, each opening out to a triple spread page to profile the villains characteristics and modus operandi From one section we discover such things as their strengths and weaknesses, such as greed, wickedness or perseverance, their physical attributes and distinguishing features, perhaps a huge belly, ugliness and a hooked nose A typical story starring our villain can be read in the middle section and an illustration on the final section, depicting the wolf, the giant and the witch in all their glory Look and feel a little closer and what we have is the chance to actually lift the flap on, pull the string of and peel back the smile to reveal the workings of a villain s mind, the inside of a villain s pockets, what s under their hats, in their boots, up their skirts or beneath their jackets Discovering the detail, the quirks and ploys of a wolf, giant or witch is great fun and hugely engaging There is plenty to find and discuss and, of course, use as inspiration to design and make your own villain in a DT or art project There is, after all, nothing like a young child s empathy with a baddy to inspire ingenuity I sense all sorts of wonderful gadgets, attributes and objects could be found under flaps from this age Not to mention the creation of a veritable rogues gallery who s to say we should limit the baddy to fairy tale, how about the devious characteristics and traits of a pirate, a burglar, a dragon or fox Whilst I would use this book with younger children, I think it is best placed in key stage 2 for its potential to widen the story repertoire of children, to encourage their comparisons and analysis and to deepen their awareness of stories from other cultures The real joy for me in this book lies within the My Library section Clotilde Perrin supplies us with a list of stories containing wolves, giants and witches Some are very familiar, truly embedded within our culture and the stuff our children should be growing up on Snow White, Jack and the Beanstalk and Little Red Riding Hood would be readily recalled by children Others are not so well known and therefore invite discovery and exploration, offering the reader challenge, new parameters for plot, character and setting, new twists in the tale, different perspectives on our villains and demanding new predictions and resolutions Have you heard of The willow wren and the Bear or Old Sultan , lesser known stories written or collected by The Brothers Grimm The Firebird and the Grey Wolf is a Russian fairy tale in which the wolf plays an unexpected part Monsieur Seguin s Goat comes from France a sad little tale of the endeavours of a goat to remain free in the lush mountain grass We are introduced to The Brave Little Tailor , a tale collected by Grimm about a giant Issun Boshi comes from Japan, and rather like Tom Thumb is the story of a much wanted son who only grew to one inch tall, but equipped with the heart of a warrior he sets off to find adventure Hop o my thumb is about a similarly small hero who cleverly defeats an ogre his story originating from France The story of BabaYaga , a ferocious looking woman who flies and dwells in a forest comes from the Russian fairy tale tradition, Kirikou and the Sorceress has its roots in West African storytelling about a young boy who saves his village by defeating an evil sorceress Exciting and fresh stories for children to listen to, read and compare There are endless possibilities for drama and role play.I reluctantly awarded this book four stars as I am left wishing forvillains and I wanted the fun to continue three just doesn t seem enough Perhaps there are difficulties in the production of a book like this However, here s an opportunity for a class of children to develop the book I think I would separate the evil step mother from the witch because in some stories they are not the same character I would include a troll on my list of villains and those irritating goblin Rumplestiltskin type characters, as well as naughty girls who are mean to their sisters and eat other peoples porridge Having collected and reminded ourselves of manystories, I wonder how manyvillains could be identified and profiled Have fun

  7. says:

    I loved this oversize book, and I cannot imagine a youngster who won t enjoy it Not only does it reveal some of the secrets of the usual villains found in fairy tales wolves, giants, and witches but it does so with creativity and clever engineering Readers will lift the sturdy pages to reveal a More about Me feature as well as a fairy tale featuring the villain in question On the right hand page, readers will lift flaps, pull tabs, and manipulate various parts to get the inside story on t I loved this oversize book, and I cannot imagine a youngster who won t enjoy it Not only does it reveal some of the secrets of the usual villains found in fairy tales wolves, giants, and witches but it does so with creativity and clever engineering Readers will lift the sturdy pages to reveal a More about Me feature as well as a fairy tale featuring the villain in question On the right hand page, readers will lift flaps, pull tabs, and manipulate various parts to get the inside story on these characters It s been a long time since I ve had this much fun with a book, and I am terribly impressed with the book s design and content Adults will find just as much delight in its contents as the youngsters with whom they share it, partly because of the sly way the text is written and the knowing attitude of those rascals we all love to hate This one is a winner I hope the author illustrator has plans for a second volume or perhaps a third or a fourth

  8. says:

    An intricate and meticulously designed pop up book which offers an entirely new insight into the character and secrets of notorious villains within Fairy Tales Inside the Villains is exciting and fresh, allowing the reader to physically look beyond the exterior of the Wolf, Witch and Giant, to see what devious plans and deeds lie beneath Constructed with detailed flaps, tabs and strings, I loved peeling back each layer of Perrin s villains and know that children would be just as intrigued and An intricate and meticulously designed pop up book which offers an entirely new insight into the character and secrets of notorious villains within Fairy Tales Inside the Villains is exciting and fresh, allowing the reader to physically look beyond the exterior of the Wolf, Witch and Giant, to see what devious plans and deeds lie beneath Constructed with detailed flaps, tabs and strings, I loved peeling back each layer of Perrin s villains and know that children would be just as intrigued and absorbed by each page I only wish that there werevillains in this story, but perhaps the quality of Perrins work overcomes this.This book would allow for some deeper analysis of the baddies in Fairy Stories, and further inspire children to consider the secrets of other well known characters It may even springboardconsideration about the little details of their own characters when writing or roleplaying With pages that pull out to list details such as strengths, fears and tales where each character reappears, I think this story really helps to highlight reoccurring character conventions and traits within Traditional Tales, but still allow children to see that these characteristics can be used again and again to create something different

  9. says:

    It was too brief.but entertaining none the less This was a hoot I think parents and children will enjoy readig this all too short, but lift the flap and pop up book of what the big bad wolf thinks and eats Also, a giant and a witch It neededcreatures, but there is just the right amount of info to keep grade schoolers entertained It s a fun read, tho short.

  10. says:

    This book was over long before I was ready to be done with it It s very short, only covers 3 villains, but it is absolutely brilliant There are lift the flaps, fold outs, things tucked into pockets all kinds of magical little treasures to discover It s a huge book, which I think would make it really interesting and appealing to young readers Well, not too young those who are old enough to know to be gentle with books The parts are all paper and string I didn t let my two year old ne This book was over long before I was ready to be done with it It s very short, only covers 3 villains, but it is absolutely brilliant There are lift the flaps, fold outs, things tucked into pockets all kinds of magical little treasures to discover It s a huge book, which I think would make it really interesting and appealing to young readers Well, not too young those who are old enough to know to be gentle with books The parts are all paper and string I didn t let my two year old near it, since board books don t even survive his perusal

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