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10 thoughts on “The Teeny Tiny Woman (Step-Into-Reading, Step 2)

  1. says:

    The story was going fine until the abrupt ending came _ Hence, 2 stars only


  2. says:

    The teeny tiny woman leaves her home and finds a bone in a graveyard that she takes home to make soup with After she gets back home, she decides to take a nap before making her soup She wakes up to a small teeny tiny voice but cannot find where the voice is coming from and goes back to sleep She is suddenly woken up by a big voice asking for his bone back She gives it back and off he goes Grade K 1


  3. says:

    Such a cute book with just the right amount of scary Little children will NOT be tempted to steal bones from graveyards after reading this book


  4. says:

    Notes woman finds a bone on a graveyard and its ghost haunts her until she gives it back


  5. says:

    I remember reading this book when I was a little girl It is super cute to be able to share it with my children now.


  6. says:

    I have read this book so many times I could probably recite this book word for word I love this book and I m not even quite sure why It might be because of how it reads, it keeps repeating the words teeny tiny explaining that she is a teeny tiny woman and that everything she does is teeny tiny, her house, and she goes on a teeny tiny walk and find a teeny tiny bone and everything she encounters is teeny tiny I think that it flows very nicely It makes me laugh each time I read it It can teach children to not be scared and to be strong This is the case at the end of the story when the teen tiny woman finally yells at the ghost to take the bone However this is the only possible teaching moment that can be used and this is still kind of stretching it, perhaps forcing a lesson where there shouldn t be one I think that this book is mainly for entertainment purposes.


  7. says:

    I did not like this book but for an older kid or one that isn t afraid of things it might be good But it s an easy book to read so for beginner readers The Teeny Tiny is repeated A LOT over and over again which isn t a big deal But she goes to a graveyard and digs up a bone 1 that is SO disrespectful and teaching children that is okay I think not then a ghost follows her home to get his her bone back Luckily she hadn t already cooked it like she had started to Just over all a very disrespectful story And could teach children to be disrespectful toward cemeteries and death in general.


  8. says:

    I usually don t add the children s books I read on here, but for this one I am making an exception What kind of sick bastard came up with this story Yes, I know it is based on and old English fairy tale The teeny tine woman is a ghoul She takes a bone from a GRAVEYARD to make soup, really The only beings who would do that are ghouls Add in the ghost and this book is the start of a great horror story I would recommend this to anyone who wants to start introducing their preschooler to the horror genre.


  9. says:

    I have a specific, dramatic reading of this book that I have performed hundreds of times for my younger siblings If read in a certain way, this is a favorite of two year old children, and they will ask you to read it about seven times before bedtime.


  10. says:

    The Teeny Tiny Woman is a great book for children to practice reading with This is a great book to work on fluency and inflection while reading The text is in large print and has simple vocabulary, allowing the child to really practice their reading.