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A collection of five Vietnamese fairy tales, including Little Finger of the Watermelon Patch and The Lampstand Princess....

Title : The Brocaded Slipper and Other Vietnamese Tales
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ISBN : 0064404404
Format Type : Paperback
Language : English
Publisher : Harpercollins Childrens Books April 1, 1992
Number of Pages : 32 pages
File Size : 681 KB
Status : Available For Download
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The Brocaded Slipper and Other Vietnamese Tales Reviews

  • J.N. Cahill and Tom Blalock
    2018-09-21 09:54

    This is a book I remember reading in sixth grade and always wanted to find a copy. I finally did, and it also ended up being a signed copy! While I do believe I enjoyed this more when I was younger, I still overall enjoyed this book. There are five Vietnamese fairy tales in this book so I'm going to review each one and then my overall thoughts and rating:

  • Ms. Donner
    2018-10-08 10:39

    I love Dyer Vuong's work!

  • Heather
    2018-10-18 12:52

    Arrived in good condition. Loved the Cinderella story.

  • Cong An Nguyen
    2018-09-25 11:45

    Bought the book for a grandson to be used in his class assignment Children's tales are sometimes similar in different countries.

  • Miss Print
    2018-10-06 11:27

    I like mythology. I like fairy tales. I like Disney movies. I like anti-princess books even though I feel like the term is kind of aggressive and confrontational. That said, it's easy to forget, with sanitized Disney/picture book versions aplenty, how very creepy some fairy tales can be.

  • Karyn W
    2018-10-06 07:45

    These five stories have so many similarities to European tales it is uncanny. They are well told and different enough to make you think about the cultural differences. I think the book is great for any reader aged 7 and up, especially anyone interested in reading some Asian, or specifically Vietnamese, folktales. And the few illustrations are intricate and very well done.

  • David the Chemist
    2018-10-15 08:47

    This is a great book. Both me and my 8 year old son really enjoyed it.

  • Jody L. Schoth
    2018-09-21 12:49

    This is a very enjoyable storybook. The most interesting thing I discovered about it, is the traditional stories that I grew up with, being told in a Vietnamese setting. Very enjoyable, and I look forward to reading to my young girls these stories they know so well in another format!