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by Reg Down

Download The Magic Knot ~ and other tangles!: A making tale comedy starring Pine Cone and Pepper Pot and the lovely Tiptoes Lightly eBook
ISBN:
1453811575
Author:
Reg Down
Category:
Literature & Fiction
Language:
English
Publisher:
CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform (January 1, 2007)
Pages:
104 pages
EPUB book:
1466 kb
FB2 book:
1121 kb
DJVU:
1251 kb
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Rating:
4.4
Votes:
216


The Alphabet: how Pine Cone and Pepper Pot (with the help of Tiptoes Lightly and Farmer John) learned Tom . We absolutely love reading about the adventures of Tiptoes Lightly and the two gnomes Pine Cone and Pepper Pot. These stories are sweet, fun, gentle and addicting!

The Alphabet: how Pine Cone and Pepper Pot (with the help of Tiptoes Lightly and Farmer John) learned Tom Nutcracker and June Berry their letters.

Start by marking The Magic Knot and Other Tangles! . The book is rounded out with a short separate story, 'The Tale of None', in which little None (a ladybug with no spots, none at all!) goes to India.

Start by marking The Magic Knot and Other Tangles!: A Making Tale Comedy Starring Pine Cone and Pepper Pot and the Lovely Tiptoes Lightly as Want to Read: Want to Read savin. ant to Read. Unfortunately, Pepper Pot sits down on one of the chairs while the spider web is still fresh and becomes hopelessly flyed. When, at last, he is freed Pine Cone and Pepper Pot row down Running River to collect wax from the bees to finish the table and chairs. The book is rounded out with a short separate story, 'The Tale of None', in which little None (a ladybug with no spots, none at all!) goes to India, America and Africa to find her spots.

Reg Down grew up in Canada, Namibia, South Africa and Ireland. His first children’s book, The Tales of Tiptoes Lightly, appeared in 2004, followed by eight further children’s titles. After studying architecture for two years at the Architectural Association in London, England, under Keith Critchlow, he encountered the work of Rudolf Steiner. He attended Emerson College in Sussex, doing the foundation year and first year of his eurythmy training. He completed his training in Nurnberg, Germany, under Margarete Proskauer-Unger. The father of three, he has taught in Waldorf schools in Australia, Canada and the United States for many years.

ISBN13:9781453811573.

Tiptoes Lightly lives in an acorn high in the branches of a Great Oak Tree. Her tiny house has no furniture-except for two downy feathers Lucy the Goose gave her to sleep on. Her friends, Pine Cone and Pepper Pot the gnomes, decide to make her a birthday present of one table and three chairs.

The Magic Knot ~ and other tangles!: A making tale comedy starring Pine Cone and . The Magic Knot & Other Tangles, Reg Down.

The Magic Knot ~ and other tangles!: A making tale comedy starring Pine Cone and Pepper Pot and the lovely Tiptoes Lightly: Reg Down: The Magic Knot by Reg Down is one in acharming series of children's books about the fairy Tiptoes Lightly. By Reg Down, a Waldorf teacher and storyteller. A list of Reg Down's tales into age categories for ease of browsing. They are according to the Waldorf curriculum and general school grade. The Birthday Book: Celebrations for everyone.

Pine Cone and Pepper Pot are Not At Home. Ompliant is Unplugged. I wonder where Pine Cone and Pepper Pot went in such a hurry? said Tiptoes. They must have been in a great rush if they left their pancakes uneaten. There was no reply from Jeremy Mouse. Worm looses his Squirm. Octopus is Untangled. Tiptoes Walks Along the Shore. Pine Cone and Pepper Pot meet Crab. Jeremy Mouse picks Blackberries. He had curled up in a corner and fallen fast asleep. He was having his after-breakfast snooze. Fish sticks, said Tiptoes. I’ll have to find them myself, and flew out the window.

104 pages When, at last, he is freed Pine Cone and Pepper Pot row down Running . Hauling the table and chairs up the Tiptoes' oak tree presents a host of unexpected difficulties.

The Tales of Tiptoes Lightly has been translated into Korean! .

Both the cover and interior have been beautifully done and look quite different to the original.

Tiptoes Lightly lives in an acorn high in the branches of a Great Oak Tree. Her tiny house has no furniture-except for two downy feathers Lucy the Goose gave her to sleep on. Her friends, Pine Cone and Pepper Pot the gnomes, decide to make her a birthday present of one table and three chairs. They search the forest for the perfect branch and enlist the help of forest folk to make the furniture: Ompliant the Elephant to carry the wood, Carpenter Ants to shape the branch and Spinalot the Spider to spin the webbing for the chairs. Unfortunately, Pepper Pot sits down on one of the chairs while the spider web is still fresh and becomes hopelessly flyed. When, at last, he is freed Pine Cone and Pepper Pot row down Running River to collect wax from the bees to finish the table and chairs. Hauling the table and chairs up the Tiptoes' oak tree presents a host of unexpected difficulties. Finally, at a surprise birthday party arranged by Jemima Mouse, Tiptoes receives her beautiful presents. At the request of the Mouse children she tells the tale of how she was born from Mother Wind and Father Sun.

The book is rounded out with a short separate story, 'The Tale of None', in which little None (a ladybug with no spots, none at all!) goes to India, America and Africa to find her spots. These she receives from a spotted cow, a freckled girl and the king of spottiness himself, the leopard.

'The Magic Knot ~ and other tangles!' is lavishly illustrated by the artist-author. The stories are humorous and sanguine. They are innocent and magical tales suitable for reading to young children or for young children to read.

  • Mitars Riders
Beautiful, well written, magical stories. My kids, 6 and 9-who are "Magic Treehouse" and "Diary of a Wimpy Kid" addicts- both love to hear the stories. They're great read-aloud tales for nighttime. This one, in particular, was quite funny. Many books by Reg Down are seasonal in nature, but this one is great for all year. The Tiptoes books are highly regarded in this family!
  • post_name
We love this book. Great for Waldorf inspired stories for little ones. I ordered this book, received it right away and with no issues. I recommend this book and this seller.
  • Vijora
We absolutely love reading about the adventures of Tiptoes Lightly and the two gnomes Pine Cone and Pepper Pot. These stories are sweet, fun, gentle and addicting! We've read two of the books so far and can't wait to buy more. My 6 year old loves them, and I enjoy them just as much as she does :)
  • Kazracage
LOVE tiptoes lightly. Gentle, engaging bedtime stories that ate great read alouds sparkimg imaginative play.
  • Lamranilv
Our kids LOVE this book, and I've really enjoyed reading it (and we are probably on the third or fourth pass by now). Great stuff!
  • Inth
My young niece loves these books and gets very excited about them.
  • Marilbine
So funny and kids love tiptoes, pine cone and pepper pot.
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