Johnny and the Rice Pudding

Johnny and the Rice Pudding is a story with a moral enjoyed by all ages and is useful in using as a base for discussion.It is written as a reading book for 6 to 9 year olds but can be read to younger or older ages Johnny loves eating cold rice pudding and get into trouble when his mum leaves him a home looking after one Find out shat he did ad what happened as a result.
Johnny and the Rice Pudding Johnny and the Rice Pudding is a story with a moral enjoyed by all ages and is useful in using as a base for discussion It is written as a reading book for to year olds but can be read to younger

  • Title: Johnny and the Rice Pudding
  • Author: Clive Dale
  • ISBN: 9781909386280
  • Page: 188
  • Format: Paperback
  • 1 thought on “Johnny and the Rice Pudding”

    1. This as another hit with my grandchildren. They laugh when I mimic the owl an the rain hitting the window, and they often want me to read it to them.This is a second good story from Clive Dale. Again it has a moral and can also be used in a school discussion on the moral, or a Christian environment

    2. Johnny gets himself into quite a predicament when his desire for rice pudding outweighs his mother's warning not to touch it. He devises a clever (or so he thinks) plan to taste some of it without his mother knowing. Unfortunately, the plan backfires and he is left with guilt and nothing else to eat. I could just see a child actually doing this same sort of thing while I was reading the story. Johnny learns a lesson from it, and children hearing the story will, too.

    3. Another book with a moral to respect other people and their property.I find the children still love the story having read it to over 1,500 pupils at 5 schools during 2014. I have included the recipe for a rice pudding, as I don't believe it is made that much these days.By the way the adults like the story too. The Christian application is: To love your neighbour, and Do not steal.

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