Gon, The Little Fox

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  • Title: Gon, The Little Fox
  • Author: Nankichi Niimi ラルフ・マッカーシー Ralph F. McCarthy
  • ISBN: 9784770022776
  • Page: 488
  • Format: Paperback
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      Nankichi Niimi ラルフ・マッカーシー Ralph F. McCarthy

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    1. Nankichi Niimi ラルフ・マッカーシー Ralph F. McCarthy says:

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    1. When I first bought this book, my mother made remarks on how silly it was for a seventeen year old to purchase a children s book from Later that night she started crying after reading the story to my five year old brother As an avid reader of Shakespeare, Orwell and Philip K Dick, dark stories intrigue me Their rich and dystopian themes capture those sweet moments of human life and educate their audiences to become better people However, dark stories don t necessarily make the best childhood mem [...]



    2. This is an enjoyable children s book with delightful illustrations that I received from The ending was rather harsh, however, and requires discussion between parent and child.


    3. Gon is a little fox who constantly is foraging for food He makes his home outside a little village where he harasses the villagers by stealing their food and getting into mischief One autumn day Gon comes across a man named Hyoju who is down on his hands and knees gathering a messy mix of roots, leaves, and rotten sticks from a stream and shoving them inside a bag like net Shining through, at the bottom of the net, are the bellies of a large eel and a minnow Hyoju suddenly gets out of water and [...]


    4. readjezireread 20The reason I thought that was important is because the watercolor beautiful cover illustrations continue throughout the story Absolutely stunning I also felt like it fit the story and the feel of a traditional Japanese folktale.Folktales are usually great illustrations of the culture of the area and this is definitely that I felt so overwhelmed in the best way possible by the Japanese imagery and traditions The mischievous fox starts out being nothing but trouble and ends up gro [...]


    5. Lovely watercolor illustrations complement an engaging retelling of a Japanese folktale that reveals quite a lot about human nature and perhaps reminds readers not to look too closely at gifts or worry about their origin Mischievous Gon the Little Fox has a tendency to cause trouble When he steals an eel caught by Hyoju, a fisherman, he sets into play a series of related events that result in his own death Even though he regrets his first mistake and tries to atone for it, things just don t work [...]


    6. Gon, the Little Fox is a charming Japanese tale of a fox and his peregrinations The book is marvelously illustrated with vivid watercolors which themselves make the price of the book worthwhile The translation is beautiful and sensitive This fox is mischievous which leads him to do something he might regret Something that leads to something tragic Gon does feel remorse for having killed an eel that was meant for a poor villager s dying mother The ending is sad For this action, the fox is shot by [...]


    7. IBC publishing ladder series level1 Time 9 18,9 20,9 21 15minutes each days 7wards Fox Trick Hyoju Apologize Gift Dead sad Discussion questions 1.Have you ever tricked to someone yes, I have I have ever hide my brother s wallet only once time.2.Have you ever seen any foxes No,I haven t, I want to see a fox before death.I like this story, because I felt that this story give me impression.I thought most Japanese story is so interesting for me.


    8. consequences japanese storytelling fableJapanese fable about unintended consequences as little fox tries to make amends for stealing a fisherman s eel Sad and unexpected ending





    9. It s a great story for children and adults to ponder on the subtleness and interplay of morality in this famous Japanese folktale and ask questions talk about the events in the story.



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