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by Molly Bang

ePub The paper crane download
Author:
Molly Bang
ISBN13:
978-0440843344
ISBN:
0440843340
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Publisher:
Trumpet Club; Trumpet Club special ed edition (1990)
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1663 kb
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1954 kb
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A beautifully illustrated retelling of an ancient Japanese folktale by Molly Bang, the celebrated creator of numerous picture books including the Caldecott Honor Books . The Paper Crane (Reading. has been added to your Cart.

A beautifully illustrated retelling of an ancient Japanese folktale by Molly Bang, the celebrated creator of numerous picture books including the Caldecott Honor Books Te.

The Paper Crane book. The illustrations are done in a The Paper Crane by Molly Bang is story about the good luck a magical crane brings a struggling restaurant. According to the author, it's a retelling of the "Dancing Yellow Crane" fable from China. A struggling restaurant gives a free meal to a weary traveler.

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The Paper Crane is illustrated with cut-paper collages and paintings. It is a wonderful book to use with children learning about patterns in storytelling. A delight to the eye and imagination. -School Library JournalSupports the Common Core State Standards. It arrived in only a few short days with the 100 cranes, perfectly folded, and without a wrinkle in them.

illustrated by Molly Bang. The Paper Crane is illustrated with cut-paper collages and paintings.

This book is about a man who owns a small family restaurant. After finishing his meal, the elderly gentleman folded his napkin into a paper cane: it was a magical crane because it came alive and danced if you clapped your hands. He cooked good food and provided a friendly place for people to meet and eat. One day, a super highway was built which caused cars and people bypass his small restaurant. The elderly gentleman gave the magical napkin crane to the restaurant owner in appreciation for the food and kindness he received. Soon everyone heard about the dancing crane and they came back to visit and eat at the restaurant. The owner was very pleased.

A beautifully illustrated retelling of an ancient Japanese folktale by Molly Bang, the celebrated creator of numerous picture books including the Caldecott Honor Books Ten, Nine, Eight; The Grey Lady and the Strawberry Snatcher; and When Sophie Gets Angry-Really, Really Angry. Business returns to a once-prosperous restaurant when a mysterious stranger pays for his meal with a magical paper crane that comes alive and dances.

The Paper Crane is the only folktale I've read that talks about the nature of the gift itself. It is a wisp of a story, with no dangers, no trickery, only kindness. It is one of the most beautiful stories I know. I first read the story in a collection of Chinese folktales, in which it was called the "Dancing Yellow Crane. The stranger was a young student who also drew the crane on the restaurant wall, but this time with his brush dipped in thick black India ink. (We call this ink India ink; many other countries refer to it as China ink. Students in ancient China did not have pens or pencils.

  • Beautiful story!

  • Perfect for my 2nd graders.

  • This is one of my favorite children's books.

  • There is nothing better than a well-told folktale. Actually, I take that back, there is something better-a well-told, beautifully illustrated folktale. And this is exactly what Molly Bang has presented readers here. This simple Asian-styled tale of the mysterious stranger who rewards kindness is a familiar sort of story-but a bit of magic and music make it dance as surely as the magical paper crane in the title.

    In THE PAPER CRANE, an old man comes into a restaurant and is treated to a meal by the owner. In repayment for this kindness, the stranger creates an origami crane out of a napkin that comes to life and dances with a clap of the hands. A bit of simple magic and music in this Asian folk tale make it dance as surely as the paper crane. The restaurant, which had been suffering from lack of business, suddenly becomes a popular stopover for people who want to see the magical crane and both the restaurant owner and his son benefit from the new business, and take joy in all the people. Finally, the stranger returns, plays his flute to make the crane dance, and then flies off on the cranes back, never to be seen again. A whimsical folk tale that imparts the message that kindness is rewarded. The text is simple, easy to read on the page in a large and elegant font. But that is only half the appeal.

    What makes this book so special is that all of the pictures in this book are full-color art paper cutouts that were photographed to preserve the 3-D effect of the pictures. The impression is striking. The textured images of the restaurant and it's inhabitants jump off the pages and will provide parent and child with an unusual, but appropriate set of images for this folk tale. The pictures vary from full, double-page photographs, to smaller framed images, keeping the story moving and plenty for the eye to explore. There's also a secondary story revealed by the pictures-that of the restaurant owner's son. Never mentioned in the text, the boy appears on every page, and you follow him as he witnesses all the events that occur. You see him drawing, or helping serve food, or playing marbles with another child. And the very last page is dedicated entirely to him-you see him standing and practicing playing the flute in his pajamas. Perhaps hoping he can play like the mysterious stranger had one day? Because of the folded paper nature of the crane itself, the paper images in the book work symbiotically to fit the theme of the story and complete the magic of folded paper and paper cutouts. If you or your child is learning origami, this would be an excellent book to introduce them to!

    I'd recommend this book for ages 4-8, but parents are sure to enjoy the art as well! If you like multicultural folktales, you might also want to check out THE EMPTY POT by Demi and THE MITTEN by Jan Brett.

    Happy Reading ^_^ Shanshad.

  • Its a wonderful, magical book. Low key - many opportunities to day dream.

  • Lovely little tale, with beautiful illustrations. Moral is: Be kind to strangers.

  • Lovely story told with pictures and simple words easily translatable to any language, with it's own special portion of magic ...

  • This is an excellent read, My 6 yr old liked it, teaches wisdom