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  • Author:
    Charles Reasoner
  • ISBN:
    0816734070
  • ISBN13:
    978-0816734078
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  • Publisher:
    Troll Communications Llc (November 1, 1993)
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  • Rating:
    4.5
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The Magic Amber book. Shelves: korean-culture, legends, moral, magic. Book: The Magic Amber Retold/ Illustrated: Charles Reasoner Pages: 32. This story is a retelling of the legend of the Magic Amber stone. The poor couple gives up the last of their food to feed a hungry traveler and in return the traveler rewards them with the Magic Amber stone.

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Children's and Educational, Legends, Myths, & Fables - General, Folklore, Juvenile Fiction, Children's 9-12 - Literature - Classics, Contemporary, Children: Grades 2-3, Fairy Tales & Folklore - Asian, Non-Classifiable, Korea.

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Richard Scarry thrilled generations of children with his imaginative, detailed drawings. Legends of the World: The Magic Amber : A Korean Legend by Charles Reasoner (2003, Hardcover).

Series: Legends of the World. Paperback: 32 pages I love these books written and illustrated by Charles Reasoner!

Series: Legends of the World. Publisher: Troll Communications (October 28, 1998). In The Magic Amber, a poor Korean man and woman befriend an old beggar and, in return, are given a piece of magic amber. The amber, placed in a pot, always fills it with rice. The landlord steals the magic amber away, but in a twist of fate, the amber is unexpectedly returned. I love these books written and illustrated by Charles Reasoner! Try getting the entire series, and your children won't be disappointed.

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Korean mythology (in Korean: 한국 신화 (韓國神話)) are the stories passed down by word of mouth over thousands of years on the Korean Peninsula and only written down in historical times. These stories serve as creation myths about the world and origin myths about nature or the social world. Korean myths are often localized and concern specific villages or clans

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A Korean Legend (Legends of the World). Published January 1994 by Turtleback Books Distributed by Demco Media.

University of Dayton Libraries. The Magic Amber by Charles Reasoner (Korea).

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An old rice farmer and his wife are repaid for their kindness and generosity

Ishnsius
This legend is my least favorite in the Legends of the World series. It's difficult to articulate exactly why, its plot simply isn't as engaging as The Seventh Sister or Juan Bobo. I also wish there was a more accurate portrayal of Korean culture.
Armin
This is a story about a poor couple whose generosity is continually repaid to them - first, when they get a magic amber that fills their ricepot and second, when the villagers they've helped keep paying them back even after the couple loses the amber.
Zieryn
This is a fabulous book! I read it in second grade and loved it so much that I wanted to know more about the Amber stone so I went to the local library and researched it for a class report.