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ISBN:0887766846
Author: Benjamin Santamaria,Brian Deines
ISBN13: 978-0887766848
Title: Tales of the Monkey King
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Language: English
Category: Animals
Publisher: Tundra Books; First Edition edition (November 8, 2005)
Pages: 32

Tales of the Monkey King by Benjamin Santamaria,Brian Deines



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When Michael frees the Monkey King he has no idea of the trouble he will cause. Tricksy monkey magic sends Michael's parents to the Paradise in the West, in the Land of Dragons. With Pigsy the hopeless henchman and Kwanyin the beautiful but spoiled princess, Michael sets out on a desperate quest to save them. The Monkey King: A Classic Chinese Tale for Children is inspired by Chinese folktales and legends about Monkey, King of the Mountain of Flowers and Fruit, Great Sage Equal to Heaven. But his friends just call him Monkey! Hilariously mischievous and full of energy, Monkey has uniquely incredible magical powers. Tales of the Monkey King. July 18, 2018 Benjamin Santamaria,Brian Deines. Author: Benjamin Santamaria,Brian Deines Publisher: Tundra Books (NY) ISBN: 9780887766848 Category: Juvenile Fiction Page: 32 View: 8937.

Many years later, the monkey king started worrying about his death. At the very beginning of the journey, he studied magic and learned how to transform into various objects. Then he had to kill a demon. Finally, he found the registry of death where he struck out his name and the names of many other monkeys. Gods united and arrested the immortal Monkey King. But the Monkey King didn’t lie when he called himself a great and wise king. He managed to escape from the heaven prison. Tags: magic animals adventure.

The Monkey King book. Cover artist Xiaojun Li, a native of Inner Mongolia, was an award-winning children's book illustrator and art director in China before moving to the United States. -Shepard's Ancient Fantasy series retells portions of epic narratives sure to pique kids' interest.

The Monkey King (Sun Wukong) is one of the most popular or widely known Chinese legends. It is considered one of the four great classic novels that was written during the Ming Dynasty (. 500 – 1582). The story is about the journey one monk has but the trickery and comedy of the Monkey King is what captures the heart of the audience. The legends are a blend of folklore, religion, allegory, history and satire. According to the legend, the Monkey King is born from the earth known as the stone monkey and fertilized by the grace of Heaven. After he proved to be the only monkey who dare to go through the Water Curtain on the Mountain of Flowers and Fruit and set up a kingdom on Earth, he was crowned as the Monkey King. This extremely smart and capable monkey learned gongfu and magic tricks from a master Taoist.

Book info on 'The Monkey King: A Superhero Tale of China,' retold by Aaron Shepard from 'The Journey to the West. The part retold here is about Monkey’s origin and early career-and the one time he didn’t come out on top. Chapter book, Ages 10 & up. Aaron Shepard is the award-winning author of The Baker’s Dozen, The Sea King’s Daughter, The Monkey King, and many more children’s books, while his Web site is known internationally as a prime resource for folktales, storytelling, and reader’s theater.

The Monkey King created havoc in Heaven, and even the celestial warriors couldn’t subdue him. With the help of Lord Lao Zi and the God Erlang Sheng, the best of Heaven’s generals, the Monkey King was finally caught, but nothing could hurt him. Not even a knife or axe could cut him, nor could lightning, thunder, or fire affect him. The Monkey King and Jade Rabbit. So the Monkey King stood in the middle of the Tathagata’s right palm, feeling that the palm was no bigger than a lotus leaf. He did one somersault and kept moving forward until he saw five huge pillars. He had surmised that he had reached the end of the Heavens and to prove his trail, he urinated at the bottom of the first pillar, pulled out one of his hairs and said: Change! He then changed the hair into a big brush and wrote on the middle pillar the words: The great Sage as high as Heaven visited here.

The first night I went to work at the shelter, the attendant said, “You know they will not rest.”I stood in the doorway of the dormitory crowded with children. In the dark, the nightmares would come, but rest would not.Empowering Mexico’s vulnerable street children is no easy task when the dangers they face are real and many. But there is incredible strength in an unfinished story, especially if that story has a small hero who can overcome great odds. Night after night, Tales of the Monkey King, begun at dark and never finished until the next day, were precisely what the children needed. The brave little monkey, who fought against unspeakable odds but was never conquered, had come from far away to become their hero. Through him, many found the strength and courage they needed to face their living nightmares and cheat the King of Death.Stunning paintings by Brian Deines underscore the message and speak to the hero in everyone.