eBook Mr. Pak Buys a Story download
by Benrei Huang,Carol J. Farley
Author: Benrei Huang,Carol J. Farley
Publisher: Albert Whitman & Co; Illustrated edition (September 1, 1999)
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Category: Children's Books
Subcategory: Fairy Tales Folk Tales and Myths
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Author: Carol J. Farley, Benrei Huang. A brightly illustrated retelling of an old Korean tale follows Mr. Pak, who purchases a story from a traveling stranger and, in doing so, ironically saves his wealthy masters from a band of thieves. Category: Children's Books. Big Daddy, Frog Wrestler. The Tale of Ali Baba and the Forty Thieves: A Story from the Arabian Nights.
Huang's illustrations are comically distorted, with expressive faces, accurate traditional costumes, and details such as a white cat that appears in each scene with the couple. Carol J. Farley (Author). Huang's illustrations are comically distorted, with expressive faces, accurate traditional costumes, and details such as a white cat that appears in each scene with the couple. In a foreword, the author tells how she came to know the story, which she heard from her students while teaching at a university in Seoul and eventually found in Frances Carpenter's Tales of a Korean Grandmother (Tuttle, 1972). She has improved on it by making the seller of the fake story and the thief one and the same person, and by removing Carpenter's emphasis on the stupidity of country folk.
Carol J. Farley, Benrei Huang (Illustrator). Published by Albert Whitman & Co (1997)
Carol J. Published by Albert Whitman & Co (1997). ISBN 10: 0807551783 ISBN 13: 9780807551783.
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