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There Was an Old Fly Who Swallowed a Lady Paperback – Large Print, January 26, 2012
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Jason Pierce is an author, illustrator, game designer, and software architect. He owns and operates 2Toad, a software development company, but his true passion and greatest joy is his family.
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Simple words and simple illustrations are all that is required to make this a fun bedtime story for the young kids in your life. The very simplicity of the story will make it a good choice for helping young ones learn to read, as you point to each word while you pronounce it.
Follow along as the vengeful fly sequentially swallows a series of items calculated to get back at the “old lady” who swallowed a fly, lo these many years ago. You may find yourself enjoying this one every bit as much as your kids do!
There is some concern over teaching children the concept of "revenge" at a young age, which is perfectly understandable. However, as a school teacher, I would never consider reading anything to my class without first carefully reading it through for myself, to ascertain whether it is appropriate. I think this book is far better suited for reading to one's own children, rather than a large classroom group.