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The Sons of the Dragon King
The Sons of the Dragon King: A Chinese Legend | Ed Young
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"Behavior not befitting the son of the Dragon King!" The Dragon King has sent his nine sons out to find their places in the world, but rumors abound -- each son is apparently as aimless as the next! One son does nothing but stare into space, another spends his day frolicking in a stream, another plays with fire, and still another hollers and yells from noon till night. The king realizes it's time to visit each son to see if the rumors are true. What he finds surprises him, for each son has a very special gift that continues to serve and enrich China's culture to this very day. Two-time Caldecott winner Ed Young brings us a legend of a very special parent recognizing the potential in his very special children, and in doing so, shows how a simple folktale shaped a visible part of Chinese culture.
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#RedRoseSeptember Day 27: Fats‘ review: “In the author‘s note, it was mentioned that the book was based on a Chinese folktale about the Dragon King who ruled over many Chinese tribes” not just #TwoTribes. “Through this book, parents are reminded to recognize the potential in their children, while children will realize that each of us possesses a special gift that we can use to help others.” Her full review: https://wp.me/pDlzr-9K0

arlenefinnigan Excellent! 2mo
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