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FREE EBOOK õ How the Rooster Got His Crown õ According to Miao tradition a minority group in western China in the early days of the world, the six suns refuse to come out for fear of a skillful archer s arrows A small rooster saves the day by coaxing the suns out with his crowing I just can t givethan three stars to a story that features some people saying x is afraid to come out of the cave I know what will reassure x Let s station a tiger at the mouth of the cave But also, this book is forgettable and the illustrations only ok, so, not such a big loss on the tiger thing A great story to use as an idea to write your own How the got it s The 5ht grader I tutor was happy to add this idea to his little notebook of story ideas When the teacher asks his class to write a story , he will have a notebook full of ideas to choose from How the Rooster Got His Crown by Amy Lowry tells the ancient Chinese story on the importance of roosters in their culture The story is simplified for children understanding and would be a good book to use in a classroom Not only does the story of the meaning behind crowns on roosters i Chinese culture, but also why a rooster is associated with the sun rising Overall, the writing is alright and as a whole the plot is very lack luster What makes this book interesting is the illustrations Lo How the Rooster Got His Crown by Amy Lowry tells the ancient Chinese story on the importance of roosters in their culture The story is simplified for children understanding and would be a good book to use in a classroom Not only does the story of the meaning behind crowns on roosters i Chinese culture, but also why a rooster is associated with the sun rising Overall, the writing is alright and as a whole the plot is very lack luster What makes this book interesting is the illustrations Lowry does a really great job of using Chinese style illustrations in the book to make the cultural relevance that much stronger She also does a good job of incorporating Chinese symbols in the story and at the very end discussing their meaning to the culture As stated, this book would do well in a classroom when discussing Chinese culture, but independently as a book is very boring