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Tortoise vs. Hare: The Rematch ➵ [Read] ➱ Tortoise vs. Hare: The Rematch By Preston Rutt ➿ – Thomashillier.co.uk Ladies and Gentlemen, Boys and Girls, it s Race Night Live and that means it s time for the race you ve all been waiting for Tortoise vs Hare, The Rematch Ladies and Gentlemen, Hare: The MOBI ï Boys and Girls, it s Race Night Live and that means it s time for the race you ve all been waiting for Tortoise vs Hare, The Rematch.


10 thoughts on “Tortoise vs. Hare: The Rematch

  1. Rory Scott Douglas Rory Scott Douglas says:

    A great modern take on the old fable, this sports commentary style tale features some great illustrations by Ben Ridlich and gives the tale a new lease of life Rutt, in an almost boxing promoter style, embellishes the persona s of the rabbit and the tortoise to an exciting finale that should engage and amuse young race enthusiasts.The book uses a good range of vocabulary and features some basic metaphors that could easily be discussed in class or at home The sports theme lends itself to poster A great modern take on the old fable, this sports commentary style tale features some great illustrations by Ben Ridlich and gives the tale a new lease of life Rutt, in an almost boxing promoter style, embellishes the persona s of the rabbit and the tortoise to an exciting finale that should engage and amuse young race enthusiasts.The book uses a good range of vocabulary and features some basic metaphors that could easily be discussed in class or at home The sports theme lends itself to posters and some good role plays could easily be incorporated A great homage to a classic


  2. John Greenwood John Greenwood says:

    A fun and brilliantly illustrated, modern take on the classic tortoise vs the hare story.I bought this for my eldest son a number of years ago and it had remained a favourite with the whole family ever since.


  3. Hannah Hannah says:

    Tortoise vs Hare Rematch Preston RuttJonny Fox is the commentator for this match report of the tortoise vs hare rematch The story follows the training of the tortoise and hare in the lead up to the race Like the original, the hare practices in every weather, while the tortoise sits back and relaxes By the time the race starts, the hare is all pumped up and ready to win, whereas the tortoise is once again relaxed On the whistle, the tortoise makes a slow start compared to the hare who quick Tortoise vs Hare Rematch Preston RuttJonny Fox is the commentator for this match report of the tortoise vs hare rematch The story follows the training of the tortoise and hare in the lead up to the race Like the original, the hare practices in every weather, while the tortoise sits back and relaxes By the time the race starts, the hare is all pumped up and ready to win, whereas the tortoise is once again relaxed On the whistle, the tortoise makes a slow start compared to the hare who quickly goes out in front It look like the hare will finally win the race, until the tortoise slips on a bit of ice The tortoise is flipped on his back and ends up sliding down the hill, right through the finish line, beating the hare once again As this story is written in the style of a match report, this could be used within literacy to illustrate the variety of genres of writing The book even includes named parts, which allows the reader or readers to incorporate role play and act out some parts of the story The story includes beautifully illustrated pictures that capture the personality of the characters and support the words perfectly to help children create a visual image of the story This story could be used as part of story time for KS1 or it could be used in KS2 as a reference book during literacy if the students were looking at match or news reports I really enjoyed reading this story as it has put a twist on the original, making it an excellent reference book I would definitely recommend this short story and hope to be able to use it myself within the classroom in the future


  4. Stuart Stuart says:

    This book was funny however I didn t really get the point of it. Confused moral takeaway Despite that a great example of various forms of English rhymes, similes and idioms and could be used as input for a creative writing lesson perhaps.


  5. DickensAnnex DickensAnnex says:

    wonderful use of adjectives and dialogue writing


  6. Stacie Stacie says:

    The story was ok, the illustrations were great The rematch didn t improve the story any, in fact the tortoise did nothing while the hare trained, but yet the tortoise won guess that is life


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