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Korean edition of the winner of the Caldecott Honor Book (1993), THE STINKY CHEESE MAN AND OTHER FAIRLY STUPID TALES by Jon Scieszka, illustrated by Lane Smith. New parody version of this fascinating and humorous book retells the 10 juvenile's favorite fairy tales, narrated by the ubiquitous Jack (from the Jack and the Beanstock). All of the stories finishing with different endings than the traditional version give children readers sarcastic fun and an open-mind to look at things with a different perspective. In Korean. Annotation copyright Tsai Fong Books, Inc. Distributed by Tsai Fong Books, Inc.
The stories in this book are almost Fairy Tales. But not quite. They are Fairly Stupid Tales. What else would you call a story like ģGoldilocks and the Three Elephantsē? In this hilarious retelling of familiar tales, Jon Scieszka also includes the story of Chicken Licken,ē ģThe Really Ugly Duckling,ē ģThe Tortoise and the Hair,ē ģCinderumpelstiltskin,ē ģLittle Red Running Shorts,ē ģJackđs Bean Problem,ē and many more! Each story is accompanied by funny color illustrations by Lane Smith. The book warns that ģAnyone caught telling these fairly stupid tales will be visited, in person, by the Stinky Cheese Man.ē
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