In this Chinese version of the classic fairy tale, a mother leaves her three children home alone while she goes to visit their grandmother. When the children are visited by a wolf, pretending to be their Po Po, or granny, they let him in the house, but ultimately are not fooled by his deep voice and hairy face. Combining ancient Chinese panel art techniques with a contemporary palette of watercolors and pastels, this powerful story brings lessons about strangers, trust and courage to a new generation.
ALA Notable Audio
" an articially pleasing rendition of a classic cautionary tale. Recommended." - ***, Video Librarian "B.D. Wong's slow steady pace heightens the listener's anticipation, and the musical background lends an authentic flavor to the recording." - AudioFile " the narrator's expressive storytelling will leave viewers on the edge of their seats Students will enjoy comparing this version to the classic fairy tale they know so well." - School Library Journal