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The Legend of Auntie Po af Shing Yin Khor
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The Legend of Auntie Po (udgave 2021)

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Titel:The Legend of Auntie Po
Forfattere:Shing Yin Khor (Forfatter)
Info:Kokila (2021), 304 pages
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Mei lives and works with her father who is cook at a lumber camp and her friend Bee is daughter of the foreman. Mei tell the stories of Auntie Po who takes care of the workers at lumber camps and is better than Paul Bunyon. A fable of friendship and loss and young longing. ( )
  quondame | Oct 31, 2021 |
This book was wonderful. Beautiful, subtle, and also shares the history of Chinese lumberjacks. I want to hear more about Auntie Po! ( )
  JanesList | Jul 17, 2021 |
this is quite what i expected it to be, and i'm not sure the targeted age group is the right one for this. it seems more appropriate for a bit older reader.

at first it seems like this is going to be a simple story, but it gets much deeper about a third of the way through. it's a story about racism, immigration, and how to keep old cultural traditions in your new home, while still fitting in there. it's also about the need for white people to stand up against racism with concrete actions, not just words or good intentions. i was hoping for more than a hint about the character's queerness, but i guess that wasn't the focus of the story. the art was deceptively simple, which mostly worked. it wasn't entirely consistent, but i still liked it.

the interweaving of the folk story works nicely, although i thought auntie po's ability to "save" them seemed a little underdeveloped. but i like that this is a story with some hard aspects, and that at the end, it doesn't go quite the way i thought it would. there's complicated emotions and difficulties for the characters to face, which feels historically accurate. and i learned a little about logging along the way. ( )
  overlycriticalelisa | Jun 20, 2021 |
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