“Run! Run! Run! Catch me if you can! You can‘t catch me! I‘m the Gingerbread Boy, I am! I am!”
Really cute classic traditional literature with cute pictures
This story is a version of the gingerbread man. An elder couple are sad about not having their own little boy or girl. So, the little old woman decides to make a ginger boy, to have their own little boy. The gingerbread boy gets loose, however, and runs away form everyone. As he does, the story repeats everyone he‘s previously ran from, so it has good repetition happening.
The Gingerbread Boy by Paul Galdone was written in 1975. I have heard of the story before but never actually read this book. The ending really suprised me. I definetly did not think it was going to end the way it did! Although the ending was a little sad i really like this book!
The Gingerbread Boy by Paul Galdone, 1975. I have never read the story of the gingerbread boy. I have heard it told to me and I knew of it. This was the first time I read through the the whole story and saw what happened to the gingerbread boy. I was shocked that the gingerbread boy trusted the fox to carry him across the river. I liked the repetition of the women, man, and animals all trying to eat him.
The Gingerbread Boy by Paul Galdone is a piece of classic literature. It was written in 1975. This is the classic story of the gingerbread boy. When I was younger I always thought of it as the gingerbread man. This book is very repetitious with the gingerbread boy saying how he can outrun everyone. I thought it was clever how the foxes tricked him, but It made me sad because the gingerbread boy was so cute!