The eldest granddaughter, Shang, is fooled. The wolf climbed to the top and then fell to his death, allowing the girls to safely enter their house. Lon Po Po, the Granny Wolf, pretends to be the girls' grandmother, until clever Shang, the eldest daughter, suspects the greedy wolf's real identity. Young uses dark colors for the illustrations to set the tone of the story. The wolf, who sees the mother leave, then decides to come over to harm the children.
Soon enough, they realize it isn't her and they have to try to get the wolf out of the house before it eats them. Students will have fun creating their own versions of some favorite fairy tales, too. The girls pull the basket up to the treetop. The girls go outside and climb a tree to get the gingko nuts. The sisters use their wits to figure out a way to get the wolf before it gets them. And Po Po is happy to see them; they're so sweet and plump. Young use of watercolor is interesting because he paints from the perspective of a lense.
To create different outcomes in a story Read Both Versions First read the standard version of Little Red Riding Hood. Notes: Art techniques used: Surreal images in watercolor and pastel. It's clear as day to see why he won this award. The girls let the wolf in the house and the oldest sister slowly realizes it's not their grandmother. But he's never a match for a clever girl with a plan, and Po Po won't know what hit her in this exciting Red Riding Hood story. Small Group Activity Little Red Riding Hood and Lon Po Po are different in several ways. The wolf eats grandmother and Red-Riding Hood but the hunter saves them by opening up the wolf.
Responsibility: translated and illustrated by Ed Young. One page in particular could represent both the tree and the wolf. The children use wit and tricks to out-smart the wolf. I hope you enjoy reading with me! Mother went to visit grandmother for her birthday. Won't they let their grandmother in? Coyote: A Native American Aesop's Fables - Working Cotton geographic, social issues, picture storybook - A Chair for My Mother hispanic - Tortillas Para Mama hispanic - Legend of the Bluebonnet native american - Where the Buffalos Begin native american - The Llama's Secret peruvian noah's ark - A snowy Day - Curious George - Max's Breakfast - The Tale of Peter Rabbit - Sylvester and the Magic Pebble fantasy - Where the Wild Things Are fantasy - The Cat in the Hat Fantasy - Officer Buckle and Gloria friendship - The Little House personification - The Velveteen Rabbit personification -Mama One, Mama Two social issues. Other countries have different languages and customs. One thing is the same throughout the world: A big bad wolf is a big bad wolf.
John Philbrook, San Francisco Pub. Finally, Shang the oldest lights a candle and before it gets blown out, sees that Po Po is really a wolf. The two youngest children finally open the door and let the wolf in. . The illustrations are done with care to minimize violence. What do you call your grandmother? Performer s : Translated and Illustrated by Ed Young.
The girls drop the basket and the wolf dies. The images feel real, not as they do in the cartoon images that young children are used to seeing. Other Titles: Little Red Riding Hood. The girls then run to the house and lock the door just as their mother told them to wait for her return. The eldest granddaughter, Shang, is fooled. They tell the wolf to get a rope and a basket so they can pull him up the tree to get the nuts, all the while planning on dropping the wolf once in the basket to kill it.
The majority of the illustrations are divided into three pictures per every two pages to form a bigger picture with a few exceptions. She gets the wolf to climb the tree with her where it falls to it's death thanks to her cleverness. The artwork is reflective of Chinese panel art, and is done with pastels and watercolour according to the book jacket and is a winner of the Caldecott Medal for illustration. It is good to learn about the ways of other people. She tells the wolf about the delicious, magical gingko nuts that grow on the tree outside their home.
In this Chinese variation of the classic fable, Little Red Riding Hood, three sisters stay home alone while their mother goes to visit their grandmother. It is as if Young only wants you to focus on what is important, and not the background details, giving a sense of urgency. One thing is the same throughout the world: A big bad wolf is a big bad wolf. Three young sisters; Shang, Tao and Paotze are left alone while their mother ventures off to visit their grandmother on her birthday. It is narrated by actor. Shang offers to get some gingko nuts for the wolf.
Then read Lon Po Po with the students gathered close by so they can appreciate the artwork. Mother came home with food for the girls. Won't they let their grandmother in? However, they are visited by a wolf disguised as their grandmother, Po Po. To observe where China is compared to where you are 4. Why do your hands have thorns? These are called cultural differences. Lon Po Po, by Ed Young, is a Caldecott Award-Winning picturebook is a Chinese variation of the classic fable, Little Red Riding Hood. Target Audience: 670L Description: 32 unnumbered pages : color illustrations ; 26 cm.