2 edition of The goat-faced girl found in the catalog.
When Isabella, a beautiful but lazy young woman, agrees to marry an equally lazy prince, the sorceress who raised her gives her the head of a goat in hopes that she will learn to do things for herself.
|Statement||retold by Leah Marinsky Sharpe ; illustrated by Jane Marinsky|
|Contributions||Marinsky, Jane, ill|
|LC Classifications||PZ8.S3402 Go 2009|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||1 v. (unpaged) :|
|LC Control Number||2009022383|
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The Goat-Faced Girl book. Read 32 reviews from the world's largest community for readers. Like many good fables, this story opens with a found-ling left /5. The Goat-Faced Girl, a traditional story that left an impression on her when she came across years before. Jane Marinsky is an illustrator whose work has appeared in many publications.
Her two children's books with Godine are The Goat-Faced Girl and Just Perfect/5(12). The Goat-Faced Girl is a refreshing new take on a sly old tale, beautifully embellished with stellar illustrations of great imagination. The Goat-Faced Girl will appeal to pre-teenagers as well as a younger audience age 6 and up.
—Children’s Bookwatch, Midwest Book Review. The Grey Fairy Book, by Andrew Lang, , at The Goat-faced Girl. There was once upon a time a peasant called Masaniello who had twelve daughters.
They were exactly like the steps of a staircase, for there was just a year between each sister. It was all the poor man could do to bring up such a large family, and in order to. The Goat-faced Girl: A Classic Italian Folktale.
David R. Godine Publisher, - Juvenile Fiction - 32 pages. 2 Reviews. Like many good fables, this story opens with a foundling left rather inconveniently, if not surprisingly in the woods. A large lizard, ever conscious of tripping hazards, picks up the infant and takes her home, where she 4/5(2).
This book is a gem. Mother and daughter team, illustrator Jane Marinsky, and author Leah Sharp, have created a charmingly witty interpretation of "The Goat Faced Girl" for today's children/5. The Goat-Faced Girl is a member Red Skull's S-Men that wears a goat mask.
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LINKS. Home Essays The Goat-faced Girl. Famous Authors (View All Authors) Aristotle. Hilaire Belloc. Richard Steele. Elinor Glyn. Leah Marinsky Sharpe has been fascinated with fairy The goat-faced girl book folk tales since she was a child. When her mother asked her to collaborate on a children’s book she thought immediately of The Goat-Faced Girl, a traditional story that left an impression on her when she came across years before.
Jane Marinsky is an illustrator whose work has appeared in many : The Goat-Faced Girl retold by Leah Marinsky Sharpe. This story is based on an Italian folktale about a lazy girl's journey to becoming a productive and intelligent young woman.
It begins with an abandoned Isabella being taken in by a magical "lizard-lady" and growing into a lazy girl. While this book has wonderful illustrations Author: Laura Litwin. The Goat-Faced Girl, a witty and richly illustrated retelling of an old Italian tale that will probably be new to most young American readers.
Children ages will relish Jane Marinsky's colorful, naïve-style paintings of Isabella learning to persevere, especially the image of her determinedly stirring a bowl of batter, unaware of the dab /5(89).
- The Goat-Faced Girl - The Story of the Queen of I got this a year ago along with The Olive Fairy Book. Unfortunately for me, my copy doesn't include illustrations and on some of the pages the quotation marks are The goat-faced girl book.
The Goat-Faced Girl: A Classic Italian Folktale Leah Marinsky Sharpe, Retold by, Jane Marinsky, Illustrator, illus. by Jane Marinsky. Godine $ (32p) ISBN Creation.
Goat-Faced Girl was created by writer Rick Remender and artist John first appeared in the story "New Union" in October The Goat-Faced Girl: A Classic Italian Folktale.
illus. by Jane Marinsky. unpaged. CIP. Godine. Tr $ ISBN LC Gr 2–4—This story is based on an Italian folktale by the same name, which can be found in Andrew Lang's The Grey Fairy Book (Kessinger, ). In a forest where foundlings appear every third.
And so she arranges a surprise transformation for her daughter one that puts the prince's marital plans on hold and gives the witch just enough time to hammer home a few lessons about the downside of Goat-faced Girl5/5(1).
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“The Goat-Faced Girl” is a classic Italian fairytale, although Leah Marinsky Sharpe takes many liberties in the re-telling of it. That’s not a complaint though. The Goat-Faced Girl is a delightful book, a wonderful fairy tale to share with little girls in preschool or early elementary.
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The Goat-faced Girl is an Italian fairy tale. Giambattista Basile included a version in his Pentamerone. Andrew Lang included a version, collected by Hermann Kletke, in The Grey Fairy Book. The Brothers Grimm noted its similarity to their Mary's Child, and also to the Norwegian The Lassie and Her Godmother.
Synopsis. A poor peasant had twelve daughters, one year. THE HARVEST, the FOX and the GOAT-FACED GIRL adapted by Mimi Foxmorton from the Grey Faerie Book copyright All Rights Reserv.
The Langs' Fairy Books are a series of 25 collections of true and fictional stories for children published between and by Andrew Lang and his wife, Leonora Blanche best known books of the series are the 12 collections of fairy tales also known as Andrew Lang's "Coloured" Fairy Books or Andrew Lang's Fairy Books of Many all, the volumes Author: Andrew Lang, Nora Lang.
The Goat-faced Girl A Classic Italian Folktale (Book): Sharpe, Leah: When Isabella, a beautiful but lazy young woman, agrees to marry an equally lazy prince, the sorceress who raised her gives her the head of a goat in hopes that she will learn to do things for herself.
The Goat-Faced Girl: A Classic Italian Folktale by Leah Marinsky Sharpe. Godine Publisher, David R., Hardcover. Very Good. Disclaimer:A copy that has been read, but remains in excellent condition. Pages are intact and are not marred by notes or highlighting, but may contain a neat previous owner name.
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Choose the part of The Grey Fairy Book which you want to read from the table of contents to get started. Leah Marinsky Sharpe has been fascinated with fairy and folk tales since she was a child. When her mother asked her to collaborate on a children’s book she thought immediately of The Goat-Faced Girl, her version of a traditional story that left an impression on her when she came across it.
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