review à The Paper Crane


  • Paperback
  • 32
  • The Paper Crane
  • Molly Bang
  • English
  • 08 September 2019
  • 9780688073336

10 thoughts on “The Paper Crane

  1. says:

    THE PAPER CRANE is one of my favorite story books of all time I share it with my 2nd grade art students before working on one of our origami projects The artwork is just beautiful and the pages are actually collages made out of small

  2. says:

    Now while I have indeed and very much enjoyed the sweetly descriptive often delightfully esoteric marriage of text and images of Molly Bang's

  3. says:

    I loved The Paper Crane As I opened it I immediately remembered it from my childhood I couldn't have said exactly what happened but

  4. says:

    Bang's version of this Japanese folktale captures multiculturalism in the best way The three main characters are clearly Japanese as is the origami crane at the center of the story The other characters are a diverse bunch and my favorite det

  5. says:

    Molly Bang is from Massachusetts and I took my children to an exhibit of her work in Duxbury in the 90's This particular book was illustrated using paper cutouts I saw the actual illustrations which were 3 dimensional and spectacular The Paper Crane is a reworked version of an old Chinese folktail In this story a father's restaurant is losing business because of a new road A customer arrives and cannot pay for his meal

  6. says:

    Genre Picture BookAge Level Grades 2 3World View Lower Class ethnic Asian specificA man and his son run a restaraunt but due to the co

  7. says:

    This is a fascinating folktale about kindess and generosity being rewarded In return for a free meal an old man presents a failing restaurant owner with a paper crane The origami crane is magical and comes to life creating a

  8. says:

    Multicultural book but not written by someone from the culture and in the copy I read no source notes for the original material When retelling a folktale I prefer my books include some credit to the original tale even if it has been heavily modified Story is simple enough a man owns a restaurant and loses business because the new highways means people don't pass his restaurant He feeds a poor stranger who gives him a paper crane w

  9. says:

    This is an older book that reuires the reader to have a good imagination I would not recommend it to a reader ho is looking

  10. says:

    I really liked this magical little story and I loved the collage and cut paper illustrations Even though there is no explanation as to why the old man would help out the restaurant owner I still appreciated how he helped

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The Paper Crane

Er collages and paintings It is a wonderful book to use with children learning about patterns in storytelling A delight to the eye and imagination The Horn Book An enchanting book School Library JournalSupports the Common Core State Standards Multicultural book but not written by someone from the culture and in the copy I read no source notes for the original material When retelling a folktale I prefer my books include some credit

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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 Ten Nine Eight The Grey Lady and the Strawberry Snatcher and When Sophie Ge I loved The Paper Crane As I opened it I immediately remembered it from my childhood I couldn t have said exactly what happened but it filled me with a happy little ache sense of magic and my