The End

The End Once upon a time takes on a whole new meaning in David LaRochelle s hilarious backwards collaboration with Caldecott winner Richard Egielski And they lived happily ever after So begins David LaRochell

  • Title: The End
  • Author: David LaRochelle Richard Egielski
  • ISBN: 9780439640114
  • Page: 201
  • Format: Hardcover
  • Once upon a time takes on a whole new meaning in David LaRochelle s hilarious backwards collaboration with Caldecott winner Richard Egielski And they lived happily ever after So begins David LaRochelle and Richard Egielski s wacky original fairy tale THE END, which traces the courtship of a handsome knight and a beautiful princess backwards Before you reach t Once upon a time takes on a whole new meaning in David LaRochelle s hilarious backwards collaboration with Caldecott winner Richard Egielski And they lived happily ever after So begins David LaRochelle and Richard Egielski s wacky original fairy tale THE END, which traces the courtship of a handsome knight and a beautiful princess backwards Before you reach the beginning, you ll meet a temperamental giant, a beleaguered cook, a dragon who s scared of bunny rabbits, an oversized tomato, and an impish figure on a flying pig who just might be the cause of all the madness It s a conventionally perfect and perfectly unconventional take on the fairy tale guaranteed to convert the Grimmest reader to giggles.

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    • At first, I wasn't sure about this story. I loved it, but got nothing but puzzled looks from students when I tried it with them last year. This year, I've been having a great time with it--sharing it as my beginning of year read-aloud with all my classes. The older students get as much of a kick out of it as my younger ones--though I will admit that I had to do a little editorializing, asking them what you were if you were "soggy" or "clever" and making goofy asides about how I knew they might b [...]


    • Picture book FantasyThis book lends itself to read alouds for K-3 on a number of levels. The repeating phrase "because" allows students to participate in the telling as well as make predictions about why an event happened. It is also valuable when explaining the elements of a genre. Typical fairytales begin Once(let chldren finish this sentence) and ending "they lived.(let children finish this sentence as well. Students can also point out the pictoral elements that make a typical fairytale prior [...]


    • I dunno. The concept is cool, and the artwork has a certain odd something interesting going on, with lots of vibrant action but the story turns out to be kinda, erm, random? I just didn't like it nearly as much as I wanted to.In fact, 2.5 stars rounded up because maybe the problem is simply that I've been having trouble channeling my inner child lately.


    • Fun "Memento" style storytelling, but with significantly fewer murdered wives. Bright, unique and full illustrations with a lot going on. As an adult rereading these over and over it's nice to have small things hidden on the page you might not have noticed the first four or five times.


    • This is a fairy tale told in reverse. The story starts with the end, then moves backward one event at a time, stating that each event happened because of the event that led to it. This would be great for cause and effect. The nicest part is that the story wraps itself around to the beginning unexpectedly when the event that started everything in motion is due to exactly what resolved it in the end. Clever. Great for use in a writing lesson.


    • I read this with the first graders at the end of the year and gave them the book mark page to color (from the publisher?). We thought it was a lot of fun. lots to see in the illustrations.



    • Book Title: The End by David LaRochelleBook Description: In The End, the story is written in reverse. It begins with “The End” and then “They lived happily ever after” and the story continues on as the author tells why they lived happily ever after. The story ends with “Once upon a time.” The story is fast paced and fun to read. Focus for my mini-lesson:• LaRochelle sequences, but in reverse order. I will use this to discuss how the students feel about the order. I will ask questio [...]


    • This is a super-fun concept! The entire book is backwards!The story starts with "they lived happily ever after" and lets the reader know they lived happily ever after because Each page brings a new cause/effect (or is that effect/cause) until we get to "once upon a time".The backwards theme is well done and carried through the entire book with the title page, copyright etc. coming on the last pages.This is a great way to introduce the concept of cause/effect and sequencing. You could have a lot [...]


    • This fairy tale was very cute. It took your average fairy tale and added in its own twist. Instead of ending with The End, it started with The End and worked backwards so you figured out what happened in reverse order. Each thing happens because something else happened before that and it really makes it entertaining. It had everything your traditional fairy tale would have - it has a dragon, a prince and princess, a flying pig, a castle and more. It was very cute and funny and I would definitely [...]


    • This book is great fun! Starting out with a bowl of lemonade poured over a knight, the story takes the reader backwards through the rest of the fairy tale with a dragon, 100 bunnies, a cook, and a giant who wants cheesecake! I read this for a library story time and the kids loved the bright illustrations full of action and had fun trying to guess why the princess poured a bowl of lemonade on the knight's head, and then why his beard was on fire, and so on.


    • While the effect-and-its'-cause structure will be lost on younger children, older kids might find some delight in learning how stories are often constructed backwards. I like to think this book has nestled itself comfortably in the subconscious a generation of kids and all of them might might be more insightful readers someday. Perhaps one or two might be nudged closer to becoming writers themselves because of it. But I find there is an intangibly creepy quality to the illustrations.


    • The End starts at, surprisingly, the end and works itself backwards. The knight and the clever princess get married and live happily ever after, then the story unfolds as to how it got to that point. Plus, there is lemonade, one hundred bunnies, a dragon, and an enormous tomato!Interesting and clever premise that is a good example of cause and effect. The story would be pretty boing in tradiational fashion, but it's fun this way. Cute story and fun presentation.


    • The End is a fairy tale told from the end. It's fun and witty. It would be a good book to teach children about cause and effect. It starts with the happy ending and than it goes to why it happened. It goes back step by step. It would be a fun story to read to students and to have them do themselves. Have them come up with the end and than just go step by step very simply explaining why each thing happened.


    • This backwards story was great fun to share in story time. Our two story performers took turns with the repeating text. "This story BEGINS at the END! In fact, "THE END" is the name of the book. Can everyone read the title of the story with me?" (performer points to the words as the children "read them"). The fact that there was a princess and a prince worked well with our QUEEN of HEARTS theme.


    • This is a fun fairy tale that is told in reverse. It is an entertaining story and is quite unpredictable. The concept is similar to the book Previously by Allan Ahlberg, but I liked this story far better. Our oldest insisted on reading this one on her own, but I also enjoyed reading it, too.


    • This was a great twist on the fairy tale. We begin at "The End". Thanks to a clever princess for making a bowl of lemonade follows each page turning with "e" has the audience catching on quickly that a "because will lead them to 'Once upon a time there was a clever princess'. Audience couldn't wait for the beginning.


    • A fun picture book take on fairytales, this one starts at "Happily ever after" and works back to "Once Upon a Time." Along the way, we get some surprises and laughs. Highly recommended.Read my full review at Carstairs Considers.


    • The backwards fairy tale concept is good, but it's the details of the illustrations that make this book great. After you've read it, look through the illustrations as a scavenger hunt to find little details, like the two lemons who run away from being turned into lemonade. Sound strange? It is, but a lot of fun too.


    • When a princess makes some lemonade, she starts a chain of events involving a fire-breathing dragon, one hundred rabbits, a hungry giant, and a handsome knight.Reading PracticeBook Level: 3.5 Interest Level: Lower Grades (LG K-3) Fiction/Nonfiction: FictionTopic - Subtopic: Fairy Tales-Fairy Tales (All); Fantasy/Imagination-Dragons; Food-Fruits; People-Royalty


    • This is a quick read that tells the tale backwards - it starts with, well, 'The End' and 'They lived happily ever after" This is great for preschool storytime because they can follow along with the events that lead to the end of the story thats at the beginning of the book. fairy tales, princess, prince, lemonade, lemons, giants, dragons, preschool storytime appropriate


    • Loved this unusual picture book in which the story is told backwards. The text appears in scrolls and banners, fitting this tale of a princess, a knight, a dragon, and a giant. Fun and humor abound. I loved seeing the story come together when I got to the end, which is really the beginning. Very clever. The illustrations are a real treat too.


    • This story starts with "Happily ever after" and works backward. A cute concept. I read this aloud to a kindergarten class and they were a little bothered by the backwards story. When we finished the book, they wanted me to read it "the right way" so everything was in the right order. Maybe better for first or second grade.


    • A very clever take on fairy tales that begs children to think about cause and effect. Beginning at the traditional end of a story (a wedding from which the couple live happily ever after) the story retreats from this end with wacky events such as a crying dragon and a giant tomato. Great fun!


    • The End puts a twist on the traditional fairytale by telling the story backwards! It is a great story to teach cause and effect."And they all lived happily every after. They lived happily ever after because"


    • This is a very clever book that starts out with "And they lived happily ever after" and then backtracks to the beginning of the story. There's not much to the story, but the clever layout and cast of fairy tale beings are what make the story.


    • This a great picture book for older readers. The book starts by stating the end of the story and working backwards from there. It would be confusing for younger students, but it is still a great book.


    • The End tells the story of a fairytale from the end to the beginning. This book would work well for prediction. The setup of the story allows students to guess what they think happened in the story. I think that the activities could vary for students from second to fourth grade.


    • Very funny and surprising. This reverse fairytale begins at the end and keeps readers guessing as to just why all these crazy things are happening in the realm. I used it in a preschool story time and the kids loved it so much they asked me to read it again!


    • A unique fairy tale starting with “The End” and working its way back to “Once upon a time”. The format of the story is what is unique, where the story itself is just okay. It would be a great addition for any teacher’s working with cause and effect or plot outlines.


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