The Three Billy Goats Gruff (2020)

The Three Billy Goats Gruff Susan Blair Peter Christen Asbjørnsen Jørgen Engebretsen Moe The Three Billy Goats Gruff paperback of a well known Norwegian folk tale illustrated with woodcuts by Susan Blair
  • Title: The Three Billy Goats Gruff
  • Author: Susan Blair Peter Christen Asbjørnsen Jørgen Engebretsen Moe
  • ISBN: 9780590016131
  • Page: 175
  • Format: Paperback
The Three Billy Goats Gruff Susan Blair Peter Christen Asbjørnsen Jørgen Engebretsen Moe paperback of a well known Norwegian folk tale, illustrated with woodcuts by Susan Blair.
The Three Billy Goats Gruff Susan Blair Peter Christen Asbjørnsen Jørgen Engebretsen Moe

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  1. C.

    This is from my childhood I didn t recognize the cover but one cannot forge memories of items stored by someone else for 30 years By my teens, I maintained my belongings It turns out my parents kept two boxes of books, of which I was unaware I am glad to have these too What a treat pouring over them, seeing what I remember I was rewarded by a ping of familiarity when I reached a page upon which this spooky troll begins speaking to the goats I remember finding the idea of a confrontation and the [...]

  2. Maria

    There were always plenty of goat books around growing up Something about having goats seems to capture people s imagination and encourage them into giving goat gifts Anyway, this was one of the better ones It was pre owned by Dianne S judging by the indelible marker on the cover It s funny the things that I have forgotten as an adult I would have thought I could always tell this story but I found that I had forgotten it, well not the bit about the troll under the bridge, but how the whole thing [...]

  3. Sadia

    Oh, three billy goats gruff where do I start My first memory of this little gem is associated with my kindergarten class and how much I hated it But reading this in school made it so much bearable I d fantasize about escaping into the world of the three goats and the mighty troll It made me forget how much I hated my school and being away from home and the comfort of having my other around.I made my mom read it to me everyday at bedtime I d go through the book, taking in all the illustrations M [...]

  4. Kath

    This absolutely beautiful book was illustrated by Mrs Blair our dear family friend who lived down the street and around the corner from us when I was a child Mrs Blair s daughter was our favorite baby sitter and her son was my youngest sister s best friend I have one of her prints in my home and I took art lessons from her for years Her work is always beautiful and simple, yet also deeply haunting She perfectly captured the off balance feeling of fairy tales like this one buy this for a child yo [...]

  5. Patrick Resse

    The Three Billy Goats Gruff by Susan Blair, is a famous piece of traditional Norwegian literature that is quite well known and has been re illustrated in multiple different ways This book has received no awards, although it has spawned many different interpretations This book would probably be most appropriate for children around second or first grade as the pictures may be slightly frightening Despite the possibly frightening illustrations, this book would be excellent to have around on the boo [...]

  6. McKenzie Ryan

    The Three Billy Goats Gruff by Susan Blair published by New York copyright 19631 Awards the book has received This book has not won any awards.2 Appropriate grade level s This book is appropriate for preschool through third grade.3 Summary Three billy goats venture on to find some grass on top of the hill for them to eat But, in order for them to get to the other side they need to get past the big bad troll that awaits them at the bridge So, one by one the goats walk across the bridge and when t [...]

  7. Autumn

    1 Awards received This book has not received any awards.2 Appropriate grade level s This book is appropriate for preschool to grade 3.3 Summary Three billygoats, all with the name Gruff had a purpose in life that included going up the hillside to make themselves fat Along the way to the hillside, the billygoats had to pass over a bride that housed a troll next to it The troll would appear as he heard a billygoat pass ed by and announce that he must eat it The billygoat, starting from the smalles [...]

  8. Emily Cappiello

    The Three Billy Goats Gruff by Susan Blair published by Book Services New York copyright 1963.1 Awards the book has received This book has not received any awards.2 Appropriate grade level s This book is appropriate for children from Kindergarten 2nd grade.3 Summary The Billy goats go over the bridge to go the hillside to make themselves fat The youngest goat goes first The troll who lives under the bridge wants to eat him but he says that the second goat is bigger The troll let him go and waite [...]

  9. Elli Kyprianou

    Title Author Three Billy Goats Gruff, Illustrated by Susan Blair1 Awards the book has received none2 Appropriate Grade Level s K 2nd3 Summary Three billy goats, all named Gruff, individually go over a bridge to a hillside where they want to get fat Under the bridge, lives a troll, who tells the first two billy goats he s going to gobble them up But, they get away By the third billy goat, who is big and strong, the troll gets beat up The three billy goats meet over the bridge, on the hillside, wh [...]

  10. Victoria Burnham

    The Three Billy Goats Gruff by Susan Blair published by Book Services New York copyright 1963 1 Awards none 2 Grade level s Pre K 33 Summary This book tells the story of three billy goats that need to go on a journey so they can get food at the top of the hill and make themselves fat On their walk, they come across a bridge with a troll that leaves underneath it Each time a goat tries to cross the bridge the troll says he will eat them, but the goat convinces the troll to eat the next billy goat [...]

  11. Dayna Stechel

    1 Awards none2 Appropriate grade level s First grade through third grade3 Original 3 line summary This book is about three Billy Goats wanting to cross a bridge to eat on the other side Each time one of the goes to cross, a troll that lives under the bridge goes to try to eat them The first little goat convinces him to wait for the bigger, next one, as well as the second, but the last and biggest goat winds up beating the troll instead of the troll eating it, letting all three goats get fat at t [...]

  12. Zoe Supina

    This book tells the old norwegian folktale of the three billy goats, on their way to the mountain to make themselves fat On the way there, they encounter the troll that resides under the bridge The troll threatens to eat them all, but luckily for them, they manage to get away unscathed and the third billy goat is able to conquer the troll.I m not sure if I would want to read this to a class for any reason other than to teach them what a folktale was The story is a bit disturbing, and there s not [...]

  13. Maudie

    Genre Traditional LiteratureGrade 1 2This book is great for kids it is very funny at the end when the troll gets beat up by the biggest Goat in the family of Gruff Goats I want this book for my future classroom its funny and super adorable.

  14. Theresa Landgren

    The Three Billy Goats Gruff is about three billy goats who have to get across a bridge There is a problem though, there s a troll under the bridge The troll is mean and nasty and doesn t want the billy goats to walk across to the other side because he says that it is his bridge The troll also wants to eat the billy goats The billy goats do make it across the bridge safelyor do they This is considered traditional literature because it is a fable that young readers would listen to There is a moral [...]

  15. Erica Seely

    I have always loved this tale and I remember telling it to my nephews as they were growing up It s a silly little folktale that always makes me laugh However, the ending is always a little iffy and sometimes I change it depending who I am telling the story to It is one of those books that have a successful ending for the protagonist This has always been one of my most memorable stories and I will keep telling my kids.

  16. Jacqilynn Castleton

    I didn t really enjoy this book as much as I remembered This was another book that I remembered from childhood being different This book was short and sweet but I didn t really enjoy certain things like the illustrations and the text The illustrations in the book were dull, it looked almost like a shade instead of a colorful book Also each page was pretty predictable which made the book less interesting I could see a younger audience reading this book and really enjoying it.

  17. Amara

    The illustrations and story have stuck with me since childhood I can still it clearly in my head This is a kid friendly version the Norwegian folk tale, with none of the darkness that exists in some other versions.

  18. Theresa

    black and white etched drawings of the old wives tale of three increacing sized billy goats and a bridgean interesting rendition the short story of three billy goats and a brige and how expecting then you can handel

  19. Eliza A. H. Lord

    Included because it s the earliest book I can remember my grandfather indulged requests for it on every visit I wish I could recall which copy because I d love to see those troll illustrations again.

  20. Axel Wilson Nydén

    I loved this book as a child and made my mother, grand mother and father read it to me definitely than a hundred times.

  21. Lalo

    S , ya s que es un cuento cortito de ni os, pero siempre me ha gustado la historia me causa gracia y la animaci n narrando el cuento en el Nick jr me fascinaba.

  22. Stephanie

    This was a favorite book of mine as a child It is a favorite book of my boys now We have read this book and played games based on the book countless times This a must for every child

  23. Teal

    Loved this story as a child We had my grandfather tell it pretty much everyday We even put on a play once

  24. Savanna Kandiko

    The story has a terrible ending I do not want to read this story to children at any age level It says the third Billy goat is going to crush kill the troll, and says he succeeds in it.

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