Published March 1987
by Live Oak Media .
Written in English
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Feb 01, · Stone Soup Scholastic This book tells a clever story about a hungry young man and his journey with making stone soup. Children who read this story will find the tale funny and clever while they read about the young man tricking the woman. The story shows how the simplest idea can make something good happen in the long run/5. “Stone Soup” is a Caldecott Honor Book by Marcia Brown and it is about how three soldiers help a French village know the true meaning of giving when they tell them about the mysterious stone soup. “Stone Soup” is a cute story about the importance of being generous towards others, but some children might not like the slow pace of the story/5. Stone Soup Books. The Children’s Art Foundation (parent company of Stone Soup) is a (c)(3) nonprofit organization whose purpose is to promote children’s creativity. Your donation will help Stone Soup continue to inspire creative kids round the world.
Mar 02, · With that, the travelers demonstrate their special recipe for a magical soup, using a stone as a starter. All they need is a carrot, which a young girl volunteers. 📚 Kids Book Read Aloud. Aug 01, · The illustrations in this version is so vibrant and inviting. The story also has a great message about sharing. I think a fun assignment with this book would be to have students write out the recipe to stone soup. Also, maybe read another version of the story, such as The Real Story of Stone Soup, and then compare the stories/5. “A good stone soup should have cabbage,” said the soldiers as they sliced the carrots into the pot. “But no use asking for what you don't have.” “I think I could find a cabbage somewhere,” said Marie and she hurried home. Back she came with three cabbages from the cupboard under the bed. Stone Soup is a great book to read this time of year! You and your students are just back from winter break — an ideal time to reinforce the importance of sharing in your classroom. You and your students are just back from winter break — an ideal time to reinforce the importance of sharing in your classroom.