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The Fisherman & His Wife (Rabbit Ears) ☁ [PDF / Epub] ☀ The Fisherman & His Wife (Rabbit Ears) By Jacob Grimm ✎ – Natus-physiotherapy.co.uk In words and illustrations, these classic tales are presented as never before The unabridged texts are elegantly designed and interpreted by world renowned illustrators Roberto Innocenti, Michael Hagu In words & His PDF/EPUB Ã and illustrations, these classic tales are presented as never before The unabridged texts are elegantly designed and interpreted by world renowned illustrators Roberto Innocenti, Michael Hague, Etienne Delessert and many others have contributed to this The Fisherman MOBI :Ê lasting collectionAs Graphis magazine said of these books, They are gifts of love from the creators And without a doubt give new life to children s literature.


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  1. Matt Matt says:

    Flounder, Flounder in the sea, Come, I pray thee, here to me For my wife, Dame Ilsabil, Wills not as I d have her will The Flounder came swimming to me and said, Well, what does she want, then Who I said Your wife You just said your wife Ilsabil has another of her crazy wishes I m sorry Flounder, I m not married I had to lure you to this review somehow I see Well, what do you want from me I discovered your tale today on Goodreads It s a bi lingual edition English and German Flounder, Flounder in the sea, Come, I pray thee, here to me For my wife, Dame Ilsabil, Wills not as I d have her will The Flounder came swimming to me and said, Well, what does she want, then Who I said Your wife You just said your wife Ilsabil has another of her crazy wishes I m sorry Flounder, I m not married I had to lure you to this review somehow I see Well, what do you want from me I discovered your tale today on Goodreads It s a bi lingual edition English and German Hey, that s good to hear No, you don t understand They made a picture book of it I saw it onand looked inside That s not so bad, is it No, but they took the English version and then shortened and simplified it Pity But I think that s okay The whole story is a little complicated for language learners Yes, maybe But then they translated it back to German Hmmm and they used Google Translate for that What That s definitely not okay Right The German that came out of it is barley recognizable Just some random strings of words Poor learners , said the Flounder And they don t use the word flounder in the tale Huh Which word do they use I don t know if I should tell you this Go ahead, tell me They use Yes Goldfish , I whispered, and looked shamefaced to the ground I know how awful this sounds for you, Flounder, but perhaps if you grant me another wish we can correct this and Flounder Hey, Flounder Where did you go But the magical flounder was gone, never to be seen again.And I was quite faint, and shivered and shook, and my knees and legs trembled A high wind blew over the land, and the clouds flew, and toward evening all grew dark, and the leaves fell from the trees, and the water rose and roared as if it were boiling, and splashed upon the shore Soon a great storm was raging, and blowing so hard that I could scarcely keep my feet at the prospect of evenpeople using Google Translate This work is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution NonCommercial ShareAlike 3.0 Unported License


  2. Ahmed Ejaz Ahmed Ejaz says:

    Full life time starsAuthor was trying to tell us that Man s wishes are endless He can t be contented He always wishes forandBUT we should be satisfied by the things we have, otherwise we will lose all the things we already have Story was great, straight forward and loved it a lot. Go and read it _


  3. Ronyell Ronyell says:

    Illustrated by Diana Bryan Most of the Rabbit Ears Series that I have seen were mostly aimed at children and would not contain material objectionable to younger children However, The Fisherman and his Wife was the first story from Rabbit Ears that I have watched that actually kept me at the edge of my seat The illustrations, the music, and the overall mood of the story are somewhat intense and gloomy at the same time, which has become one of my most watched Rabbit Ears story other than The Illustrated by Diana Bryan Most of the Rabbit Ears Series that I have seen were mostly aimed at children and would not contain material objectionable to younger children However, The Fisherman and his Wife was the first story from Rabbit Ears that I have watched that actually kept me at the edge of my seat The illustrations, the music, and the overall mood of the story are somewhat intense and gloomy at the same time, which has become one of my most watched Rabbit Ears story other than The Fool and the Flying Ship.Like every Rabbit Ears story, there is a combination of narration from various celebrities, music, and illustrations to complement to the story without using animation to tell the story The Fisherman and his Wife is no different from the other Rabbit Ears stories and is narrated by none other than Jodie Foster Jodie Foster s narration is monotonic as she speaks solely in a gloomy tone giving the story a mysterious edge Diana Bryan s dark silhouette illustrations enhances the story by creating frightening allusions for the story such as the large appearance of the flounder and scenes where the sea changes color dramatically from light blue to dark purple when the storm is approaching towards the fisherman Van Dyke Parks music is extremely mesmerizing as the music resembles a sort of old England tune giving the story a mysterious yet elegant feeling that ranges from the fisherman s mysterious encounter with the flounder to the elegant lifestyle of the fisherman s wife Parents should know that younger children may be frightened by this video because of the intense scenes involved in this video One such intense scene involves the storm causing chaos where it goes, as dark silhouette houses and boulders come crashing down the hill and bright flashes of lightning fill the screen every few seconds Also, to add to the intensity of the storm scene, when the fisherman approaches the sea, the sea starts changing colors drastically from a lively blue color to a dark and foreboding purple color Many children may find the disturbing images, such as the brief scene where the flounder s eyes turn red during the storm and the dark silhouette images of the boulders and clouds overwhelming the screen, to be frightening indeed However, this scene is not as bad as those gory scenes you would find in horror movies nowadays The Fisherman and his Wife is simply perfect and breathtaking The images by Diana Bryan bring an eerie feel to the story but keeps the story fast paced Also, I enjoy how the moral of the story was established by starting off with the fisherman s wife wanting to bepowerful than anyone and then suddenly she loses all that power because she was so greedy This moral applies to anyone who want many materialistic things but ends up losing everything in the end Despite the intense scenes, this video is worth watching over and over again.Review is also on Rabbit Ears Book Blog


  4. Greta is Erikasbuddy Greta is Erikasbuddy says:

    This was a pretty neat story.A dude goes out fishing cuz that s how he feeds his fam and makes his cash and catches a flounder who can talk and says he s a prince transformed At least I think it was a prince He could have been a king But either way the fish could talk and said Don t eat me bra and the dude was like I m not going to eat a talking fish and let the fish go.Dude goes home to his wife who was like So what did you wish for And dude was like Wait what And she s like Yo This was a pretty neat story.A dude goes out fishing cuz that s how he feeds his fam and makes his cash and catches a flounder who can talk and says he s a prince transformed At least I think it was a prince He could have been a king But either way the fish could talk and said Don t eat me bra and the dude was like I m not going to eat a talking fish and let the fish go.Dude goes home to his wife who was like So what did you wish for And dude was like Wait what And she s like You had a talking fish, dude You probably got a wish Go back and wish for us not to live in this pig stye but in a nice little cottage The dude goes back and calls the fish and the fish is like Cool dude Go back You got you a cottage And he does But after a day or a week or time, the wife gets tired of it and wants a castle Then she wants to be King Then she wants to be emperor Then she wants to be Pope Then she wants to be like a God And each time the dude goes back to his fish And each time the sea looks super ticked off.But when she wishes to be like a god the fish is like Oh ok she s is one and they are back at the pig stye I found that hilarious and kept thinking of song You Can t Always Get What You Want


  5. Lör K. Lör K. says:

    RatingI m giving The Fisherman and His Wife is a solider five out of five stars for me.Genre The Fisherman and His Wife is a classic children s faerie tale from the talented pens of the Brothers Grimm.About the BookThis is a wonderful story about a magical fish, and the consequences of greed.Why did I choose this book to read I have an app on my phone with all the Brothers Grimm stories on it Coming along this app made me remember how much I had wanted to read the Brothers Grimm stories and to f RatingI m giving The Fisherman and His Wife is a solider five out of five stars for me.Genre The Fisherman and His Wife is a classic children s faerie tale from the talented pens of the Brothers Grimm.About the BookThis is a wonderful story about a magical fish, and the consequences of greed.Why did I choose this book to read I have an app on my phone with all the Brothers Grimm stories on it Coming along this app made me remember how much I had wanted to read the Brothers Grimm stories and to finally catch up on them like I have been trying for years, and I finally decided to start reading them PricingUnknown Read on a free app from the Apple Store What did I think of it This is the perfect children s story It warns of the dangers of being too greedy, and leaves a large moral of the story left behind for children to learn Even I ve been forgetting of these dangers in recent times, and this has reminded me of these dangers It s got a strong moral, and I think that every parent should read this at least once to their children.Did I have any qualms with it I have no qualms with The Fisherman and his Wife at all.Would I recommend it and who to Any classical lover, any parent and anyone and everyone Overall opinionThis is a wondrous story and I am so grateful I got to read this It was a heavy reminder to me of what the consequences are of greed It s easy to forget, when society now a days is set on making us spendandmoney and wantandmaterial things It s really well written, and it really made me think a lotabout how I do in life at the moment This is a glorious little story and I genuinely think everyone should read this at least once


  6. Dolly Dolly says:

    Our youngest brought this book home from her second grade class to practice her reading While it is an interesting tale, I encouraged her to seek out any chapter books that might challenge her a bitThe narrative by Pauline Cartwright is short, perfect for beginning readers and the repetition helps to foster reading ability, comprehension, and confidence The illustrations by Marie Low are colorful and complement the story nicely Overall, this is an interesting retelling of the classic Our youngest brought this book home from her second grade class to practice her reading While it is an interesting tale, I encouraged her to seek out any chapter books that might challenge her a bitThe narrative by Pauline Cartwright is short, perfect for beginning readers and the repetition helps to foster reading ability, comprehension, and confidence The illustrations by Marie Low are colorful and complement the story nicely Overall, this is an interesting retelling of the classic story by Jacob Ludwig Karl Grimm and Wilhelm Karl Grimm We enjoyed reading this book together


  7. Michael Sorbello Michael Sorbello says:

    Pleasantly surprised with this one The message is that greediness never leads to any good as it can never be satisfied No matter how much you get of what you want, it will never be enough and you ll constantly be left cravingLearn to be grateful for what you have and what you ve worked for Sometimes less is .


  8. Hala Alzaghal Hala Alzaghal says:

    wake up go to the Flounder, for I wish to be even as God is You know it is a good one when it makes you cry Best one of them all, yet.


  9. Set Set says:

    Human ambition is never satisfied because people will always wantthan what they have Only thing is that the poor fisherman is free of sin because he is not ambitious like his wife He doesn t mind living in a pigsty but his wife does and she probably nags him about getting a job The fisherman s wife is the ambitious ingrate in the story but reality is that men and women can both fall prey to greed I like the moral of the story but I don t like that the woman figure was made to be self Human ambition is never satisfied because people will always wantthan what they have Only thing is that the poor fisherman is free of sin because he is not ambitious like his wife He doesn t mind living in a pigsty but his wife does and she probably nags him about getting a job The fisherman s wife is the ambitious ingrate in the story but reality is that men and women can both fall prey to greed I like the moral of the story but I don t like that the woman figure was made to be selfish and greedy, seems like a protestant, anti virgin Mary, male chauvinist story


  10. Erica Erica says:

    The Fisherman and His Wife is the story a simple fisherman and his greedy wife It features a prince, who was transformed into a fish and can grant wishes The story is performed by Jodie Foster and is a pleasure to listen to The music beautifully accompanies the story, invoking the magic of the tale.


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