Janet and john books 1960s
Janet and john books sSeller Rating:. Condition: Good. No dust jacket. Red pictorial cloth. Book Four only. Pages and binding are presentable with no major defects.
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Author: Anne Else. Publication details: Auckland University Press , , Wellington.
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Ask me a question! Ladybird related!, Janet and John look-alikes enjoyed the new versions. Modernised versions of the educational children's books, Janet and John, are being re-published after 25 years to reflect life in the 21st century.
How lovely to see so many of them - and how wonderful to have an almost complete collection. I remember reading them very well remember very well, not necessary reading them very well lol! I think if I had to sum up learning to read with Janet and John in one word, it would be aeroplane. Wonderful trip down memory Infant School isn't it? How odd. I'm sure many schools took years to make the change to newer readers.
By Leda Reynolds For Mailonline. Thousands of nostalgic baby boomers have been poring over pictures in the famous Peter and Jane tales from the s and s in a Twitter challenge to spot the difference. She started posting the 'before and after' illustrations on her Twitter feed, lbflyawayhome, and now has more than 5, followers. In the s Daddy watches Mummy wrap the present, by the s he was joining in. Before and after pictures of Peter and Jane books have become a surprise Twitter hit with fans poring over drawings from the s and s to spot the subtle updates that were made to reflect changing attitudes. The new artwork shows how seatbelts, life jackets and pavements were added to the original pictures as people became more safety conscious. However, many of the changes in the books are so tiny they are easy to miss at first glance and Ladybird book enthusiasts have enjoyed spotting and commenting on them.