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The Princess and the Beggar: A Korean Folktale (Scholastic Hardcover) (1993)

af Anne Sibley O'Brien, Anne Sibley O'Brien

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A sad princess finds happiness after marrying a beggar.
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This folktale was different from typical folktales. The book sends a powerful message on how to not judge others , but the book contradicts Its self. The beggar marries the princess and the princess shapes the beggar into becoming a man that can impress her father the king. I did not really care for the book because the beggar has to change himself to impress the king and the princess. I also did not like the book because the princess only wants acceptance in a Kay from her father. When the princess shaped Pabo Ondal into the mad she wanted him to be everyone accepted him. ( )
  A.Bode | Mar 19, 2019 |
The Princess and the Beggar is a retelling of the Korean folktale "Pabo Ondal" ("Ondal the Fool"). Ondal is a poor boy who lives a half-feral existence in the countryside and becomes a byword across the kingdom. Meanwhile the King's youngest daughter drives him crazy with her constant weeping. One day he is so exasperated he threatens to marry her off to Pabo Ondal, and indeed one day he does so the weeping princess is expelled from her home to make a new one with the local idiot. And this being a folktale, you know everyone will turn out more edified in the end.

This was one of my favorite books growing up. I credit it for my long-standing interest in Korea and Korean culture. The story is great, and so are the oil pastel illustrations. Highly recommended to anyone with an interest in folktales or Korean culture. ( )
  inge87 | Feb 1, 2017 |
There are 3 reasons i liked this book. It had wonderful illustrations, the characters were easy to understand, and it was well written. The illustrations in this story were really important i think because they show how people dressed in olden day Korea, they readers could also see in the pictures how the illustrator depicted everyone, from the royal family, to the people living in the market, all the way down to the village beggar. With illustrations like this it made the story easier to follow and it added so much to the story being told. The two main character, the princess and the beggar, were easy to follow along with it was interesting to see them interact with each other because they were from two drastically different lifestyles. Despite this they were able to learn from one another. The beggar learned to read, write, and ride; while the princess was able to learn how to be more independent and live off the land. The story was written in a way that was very relaxing, you read it a you felt in no rush you were just reading a story and sharing experiences with these character. It flowed very well. One of the main ideas that this story presented was to not judge a person before you get to know them. ( )
  KLCLCL15 | Sep 13, 2015 |
This is a traditional literature/ folktale picture book for kindergarten to second grade students. I liked this book because I thought it had beautiful illustrations of Korea and the main idea of the story I think is beneficial for children. I liked the plot, but because it is a traditional tale the voice of the story is a little dry and might be a bit boring for kids. It does however, portray a good central message. The character, Pabo Ondal, was laughed at because he was a beggar, and eventually lived on his own in the wilderness. Everyone in town laughed at him and made jokes, but the reader finds that the Pabo Ondal is very smart and kind. This could be related to bullying, and lead to discussions about getting to know someone before making judgments. Also, of course it focuses on how the princess finds happiness not from her riches from royalty, but living a simple life with a person that she loved. The central message of this story is to not judge a book by its cover, and that true happiness does not come from wealth. ( )
  BeckieZimmerman | Apr 23, 2014 |
Une princesse tombe amoureuse d'un mendiant...Texte et illustrations classiques ( )
  CHINEDESENFANTS | Aug 6, 2012 |
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