The Beggars Magic

The Beggars Magic A Cautionary Tale From Ancient China Full Of Contemporary Appeal A Greedy, Selfish Farmer Gets Up Comeuppance At The August Moon Festival, When The Kindly Beggar Priest Whom He Has Slighted Performs A Magic Trick That Makes The Farmer A Laughingstock Of The Village Full Color.

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  • Hardcover
  • 32 pages
  • The Beggars Magic
  • Margaret Chang
  • English
  • 04 August 2017
  • 0689813406

10 thoughts on “The Beggars Magic

  1. says:

    A children s story with a moral, a format common the world over One can argue about the effectiveness as a lesson of the rich man becoming a laughingstock, but it is a common device used by many different cultures stories The lessons themselves are still good ones to hear This story is a little longer than some I wouldn t use it for a storytime, I thi...

  2. says:

    Beautiful writing style, fantastic illustrations, interesting story, and important message Whatcould you ask for from a children s book

  3. says:

    Of all the picture books on the shelf written by Chinese authors, I chose Margaret and Raymond Chang s The Beggar s Magic for two reasons First, I like the classic feel of the cover illustration Second, I like books that have a blank tale in the title because I am always fascinated by stories around the world.The story of The Beggar s Magic is longer than your average picture book But what a tale it spoke of While this book is mostly about kindness and perhaps the kindness of strangers Of all the picture books on the shelf written by Chinese authors, I chose Margaret and Raymond Chang s The Beggar s Magic for two reasons First, I like the classic feel ...

  4. says:

    A nice, simple story Almost makes me want to eat a pear if they weren t so squishy It might do well for a story time, but then the length and slower pace could leave them feeling that the book dragged Still, the magical aspects could be interesting But I thi...

  5. says:

    For a picture book i felt like it took to long the story sort of drug on and i know you would lose children in this book i would maybe add it to my personal collection given that maybe this sparks some interest in other readers

  6. says:

    870L

  7. says:

    The boy s generosity is moving, but the beggar s last magic act is not The suggested motivation that to avoid being a laughingstock one should not be stingy begs for a nobler aim.

  8. says:

    3.5 Wasn t feelin the art, but the story was nice.

  9. says:

    I got this by mistake, but I loved it anyway

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