Growth story of the frog Flogg
Not long ago, I accompanied my daughter to participate in an antique “growth summer camp” on the grassland.
In the bag, we stuffed a copy of “White Horse of Sukh” and a set of “Frog Frog’s Growth Story”.
The former is a legend that happened in the Mongolian grasslands, and the other is her daughter’s favorite book recently.
The journey along the way was more arduous, and it was catching up with the cold and rainy grasslands.
In the evening, her daughter curled up in a quilt’s quilt. She said several times that she was homesick. I didn’t know what her mother was doing and what her puppy was doing.
I could only take out the books and read them one by one. In the familiar story, she finally fell asleep.
The daughter finally insisted on it. She left a little reluctantly when she left the camp.
On the return train, she and a few of my accompanying children gathered around me to listen to the story. I deliberately picked up a copy of “Frog’s Trip”.
Frog Frog, ducklings, piglets, hares and mice live in a quiet mountain forest, and they are all good friends.
One day, the mouse decided to travel.
He filled his backpack with supplies and food needed for the journey, and was anxious to explore.
Frog, the frog, saw it and must follow it.
The rat stunned, but had to take him.
Two good friends went to the outside world.
From the beginning, Frog was so excited that he felt everything was fresh.
But after walking for a while, Frog hesitated a little. He was choking for food for a while, and then asked, “Is the outside world coming soon?
“” When can I go home?
“. At the insistence of the mice, they continued on.
At night, lying on the open grass, Flogg always seemed to hear the sound of a lion or a tiger, and couldn’t sleep at all; during the day, they crossed the mountains and trekked across the mountains.
Frog fell on the barren hill, and the mouse had to carry him on his back.
Frog didn’t stop: “The piglet may be baking a cake.
Don’t know what ducklings and hares are doing?
“In the end he sat on the grass and refused to leave anymore, crying to the mouse and saying he was ill.
The mouse said that he was just suffering from homesickness and would be okay as soon as he got home.
So the good friends decided to go home.
Frog no longer needed a human back. He ran ahead and ran towards his home. He just wanted to return to the pigs, ducklings and Ye Meng earlier.
A few hours later, the good friends met again.
Frog told everyone excitedly: “The outside world is so beautiful!
“He said a lot of thrilling things, lions, tigers . of course, there are beautiful scenery all the way.
Piggy invites everyone to eat cake.
Frog sighed while eating a delicious cake: Although the outside world is beautiful and exciting, there is no place like home!
After reading this story, everyone laughed happily.
The children one after another said, “I miss home too!”
“Yes, so do I.
Sharing this lovely story, people who listened to the story tied their hearts together.
At the time, I couldn’t help thinking of the phrase written by Austrian writer Nesteringer in “The Dog Is Here”: “If you have never been to a vast world, people will feel very sorry and regret;, People will also feel very sorry and regret.
“Nestlinger is a writer who won the International Andersen Prize in 1984, and Flogg’s creator Max.Versius was the painter who won the award in 2004.
These great masters of literature and art have found such lovely stories for children, which are superficial on the surface, but the stories contain their rich wisdom of life.
The story guides the children to travel in the imaginary world, leads them to swim, and reminds them.
So, even while traveling, try to share these lovely books with your children.
Choosing the right work will add a lot to a trip and leave very good memories.
I remember when my daughter was more than 4 years old, we went to Hangzhou for a spring tour together and climbed the rebuilt Leifeng Tower the day before.
On the top level of the tower, we were pleasantly surprised to find that there are 6 large-scale woodcut works on the ring wall, deducing the story of Bai Niang and Xu Xian.
My daughter entangled me in telling this story. With the help of woodcut drawings and my memories, I barely told the story, but I couldn’t remember many details.
I was lucky that day. When I went to the small bookstore in front of the museum in the afternoon, I actually found a very simple “White Snake” comic book!
For the next few days, we carried it with us. As long as we sat down and rested, even if it was only a short while, my daughter must listen to this story.
At that time, her daughter was addicted. She fell in love with Bai Niang’s story and also fell in love with West Lake.
The day before I left, she pulled me back to the Leifeng Tower and again appreciated those woodcut works.
At that time, she was almost able to memorize the story of The White Snake.
If there is always such an opportunity, how can children not fall in love with books and this beautiful world?
Read Q & A Q: My baby is two and a half years old. I have bought the “Cute Rat” series for a long time, but I do n’t know how to read it. Should I just read the text in the book, or should I mean the meaning of the picture book?Tell her?
A: It seems that you are a serious mother, hoping to find the best way to read for your child.
However, in parent-child reading, the inherent “best reading” does not exist.
Because the situation of each adult and child is different, the situation of each book is different, and the occasion of reading is different, so the specific method can be freely grasped.
But you can grasp the principle that the most natural and happiest way of reading for adults and children who participate together is the best way.
Reading picture books for children, adults reading text, and children reading pictures are the most common reading methods.
But in the process of reading, we can continue to adapt, work with the children to ponder the picture, and discover the story in the picture together, which is also very interesting.
Specific to “Lovely Rat”, because the translator takes great pains to grasp the language and handles the text just right, there is no problem for adults to read the text directly.
But if you encounter a picture book that is not very sophisticated in language processing, or the text in the book exceeds the child’s ability to understand at that time, adults can tell stories in their own language.