The Chinese Emperor's New Clothes Reviews

UPDATE TIME: 2018-04-06 
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"★ "The hero of the original tale was a child … in this version, he’s the author of the plan and the focus of the action, and the story is the better for it.” — Publishers Weekly

★ "… a satisfying conclusion…whimsical illustrations. Backmatter explains the author’s interest in folktales and Chinese traditions. There are also guidelines for making a Chinese New Year’s Parade Robe. ” — Booklist

“A clever retelling buttressed by a fascinating backstory and vivid art.” — Kirkus Review

“A variant of an oft-told classic that is suitable for classroom and individual reading.” — School Library Journal

“…this elegant and satisfying story.”—Wall Street Journal

"an appealing twist on a well-loved tale" -- The Guardian

'traditional and modern sensibilities elevate this real” and relevant story about self-importance and truth...' - The San Francisco Chronicle

"... classy, witty and clever retelling ... an added bonus, children learn how to make their own Chinese New Year robe by decorating a white pillowcase or old T-shirt." -- Lancashire Post

“…an engaging, universal morality tale presented in a fresh new cultural context. ” — Common Sense Media

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" Lovely illustrations in this delightful retelling of the fairy tale. " said.

" I really liked this version of the story better than the 1 knew. the art is amazing too " said.

" I will read anything that David Roberts illustrates. " said.

" A charming twist on a classic tale. Plus, my first grader was fascinated by the author's note in the back detailing his childhood in communist China. " said.

"The splendor of storytelling is one story always leads to another story. Some part of a tale may trigger a past experience in the mind of the reader or listener. Another item may light the spark of an entirely new variation on the same narrative. Each of us are filled with stories, a reflection of our daily circumstances and the customs and cultures in which we live.

Elements from and references to fairy tales, a rock solid foundation, are found throughout other forms of literature. The Chinese Emperor's New Clothes (Abrams Books for Young Readers, December 26, 2017) written by Ying Chang Compestine with illustrations by David Roberts offers a captivating new look at Hans Christian Andersen's fairy tale, The Emperor's New Clothes. Ingenuity can come at any age.

My full recommendation:
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" Nine year old Ming Da comes up with a plan to trick his corrupt ministers who have been stealing from him. New twist on an old folktale... and one you're going to love! " said.

" I loved this new spin on a classic tale. Storytelling and illustrations are fabulous. " said.

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