The Three Billy-Goats Gruff (Early Readers). The classic tale of the three billy-goats and how they trick an evil troll into letting them cross the bridge to the beautiful meadow on the other side.
The Three Billy-Goats Gruff (Early Readers). ISBN 10: 1887734465 ISBN 13: 9781887734462. Publisher: Star Bright Books, 1998. About the Author: Val Biro was born in Budapest and studied art at the Central School of the Arts in London. He has operated as a freelance illustrator since 1953 and has illustrated over 150 books.
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This is a tale of three Billy Goats Gruff who want to cross a bridge, but are threatened by a horrible and scary troll who . This book is suitable for The Early Years setting and offers many cross-curricular opportunities for learning such as art and drama.
This is a tale of three Billy Goats Gruff who want to cross a bridge, but are threatened by a horrible and scary troll who lives beneath it. In the end they out smart the troll and get rid of him for good, which enables them to cross the bridge freely without fear of bumping into the nasty troll. It also has a mathematical theme for children who are begging to recognise groups of small numbers.