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Lon Po Po: A Red-Riding Hood Story from China (1989)

von Ed Young

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Three sisters staying home alone are endangered by a hungry wolf who is disguised as their grandmother.
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Grade Level: Preschool - 3
Lexile Measure: 670L

#32 in Children's Multicultural Literature
#36 in Children's Fox & Wolf Books (Books)
#2,263 in Children's Literature (Books)
  BLESD | May 2, 2022 |
This is a Chinese version of the classic "Little Red Ridding Hood" fairytale. I actually enjoyed this version more and it included a group of three sisters and not just one single girl. I think that this would be good in an early elementary class, especially if there is a fairy/folk tale section. ( )
  Rachel_Sherwood | Mar 19, 2022 |
This book was a retelling of the Little Red Riding Hood fairytale but from a Chinese point of view. The way this story is told is a little different than the folktale that many of us are familiar with, the little girls outsmart the wolf before he can hurt them, and they trick him into falling to his death. This would be a great read-aloud for upper primary and intermediate students, and it would also be a good book to teach students about different versions of fairytales. ( )
  Emalee.Landers | Mar 16, 2022 |
This is an incredibly well illustrated book with an even more interesting plot twist. Three children are left alone, and without hesitation a wolf comes calling. The children recognize this, to the readers surprise, and they trick the wolf into a vulnerable position where they make the wolf the victim. This seems like a twist of sorts on the Three Little Pigs, where the predator winds up being the victim, in this case, the wolf. I think that this that this book with its very beautiful illustrations would be a good way to introduce the concept of the oppressor becoming the oppressed, and how being the oppressor is kind of like being the monster of the story. We can also discuss alternative outcomes where the children do not kill the wolf. For example, instead, maybe trick him in a way where no one gets hurt. ( )
  fmatiella1 | Feb 26, 2022 |
Title: Lon Po Po: A Red-Riding Hood Story From China
- Author: Ed Young
- Illustrator: Ed Young
- Publisher: Philomel Books
- Date: November 1989 (date published)
- Pages: 32
- Type of Book/Genre: Picture book, folktale
- Short Summary of the Plot: The story begins with a mother leaving her three children behind to go visit their grandmother for their birthday. An old wolf saw the mother leave, and at night it came dressed up as an old woman telling the children that they were their grandmother Po Po. The children question the wolf, asking why they came so late, why their voice sounded strange, and how come they weren’t with their mother. The children let the wolf in, and to be sure to not expose that they were a wolf, the wolf blew out the candle. The wolf and the children then go to bed, and the children continue to notice the weird things about the wolf like their tail, and that they are thorny. One of the children, Shang, discovers that this isn’t their Po Po, that it is a wolf. The children offer to get the wolf some food, specifically gingko nuts outside; the kids climb the tree and the wolf is at the very bottom. They tell the wolf that they must pick the gingko nuts for himself; the kids have the wolf sit in a basket and they pull him up. They drop the wolf several times, until he bunks his head and his heart shatters. The children go back inside, and sleep peacefully; the next day the mother returns from visiting the real Po Po and they tell her what happened while she was away.
- Tags/subject headings that describe the content: deceiving, twist on a classic, ingenuity, plan.
- My response: I prefer this book to the original red riding hood story, and would be happy to have it in my classroom.
  MayaBust | Feb 21, 2022 |
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AutorennameRolleArt des AutorsWerk?Status
Ed YoungHauptautoralle Ausgabenberechnet
Moore, ChristinaErzählerCo-Autoreinige Ausgabenbestätigt
Paterson, KatherineCo-Autoreinige Ausgabenbestätigt
Wong, B. D.Co-Autoreinige Ausgabenbestätigt
Yashima, TaroCo-Autoreinige Ausgabenbestätigt
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To all the wolves of the world for lending their good name as a tangible symbol of our darkness.
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"Once, long ago, there was a woman who lived alone in the country with her three children, Shang, Tao, and Paotze."
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"Shang touched grandmother's sharp claws. 'Po Po, Po Po, your hand has thorns on it.'"
At once, Shang lit the light and the wolf blew it out again, but Shang had seen the wolf's hairy face.
The wolf had only on thought in his mind: to taste a ginko nut.
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