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FA Mulan: The Story of a Woman Warrior (edição: 1998)

de Robert D. San Souci (Autor)

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A retelling of the original Chinese poem in which a brave young girl masquerades as a boy and fights the Tartars in the Khan's army.
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Título:FA Mulan: The Story of a Woman Warrior
Autores:Robert D. San Souci (Autor)
Informação:Hyperion (1900), Edition: 1st, 32 pages
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This book is a great choice for 2nd grade and up. This chapter book is a historical fiction book over the life of a woman named Fa Mulan, At the age of fourteen, coming back from the mountains, she is trained to fight. This book is great for teacher Chinese culture and history as well as the view of women during that time period. ( )
  RosaPerez | Nov 26, 2018 |
The book, "FA Mulan: The Story of a Woman Warrior" is about the typical Mulan princess story with a few differences. Mulan is a warrior and goes to war to defend her families honor, but in the typical disney story Mulan's family doesn't know she left for war and in this story, Mulan's family supports her. I liked how the book was different from the typical disney story because it made the book about her and the support she has. She kept fighting in war to support her family and her family returned her support by supporting her. I also liked how Mulan went on to be on of three generals in the entire command. This book taught me empowerment, as a woman, and determination. I loved the pictures because they were intricate and so detailed. ( )
  kpacheco1 | Mar 13, 2018 |
In this inspiring story, the author has created an excellent and visually amazing retelling of the popular Chinese legend. When Fa Mulan knows that her father has been selected to join the Khan's army to fight the Tartars, she is shocked because her father is too old and not strong enough to go to war. She bravely forms a plan, which her family forcibly accepts, and, "At dawn she cut her hair short, put on her father's armor, and fastened his weapons to the horse's saddle."
Fa Mulan feels excited and afraid at the same time. Soon she finds herself engaged in fierce warfare with the Tartars. She carefully studies the art of war, and becomes masterful with the sword. She becomes a famous person because of her accomplishment, and she is called to meet the Khan in the royal city of Loyang. Fa Mulan is scared and anxious about the discovery of her true gender and the consequences for her family. When they know about that, they bow to her “acknowledging all she had achieved and their loyalty to their formergeneral.”
I loved the beautiful, expressive watercolor paintings, however, the quick acceptance of Mulan’s truth surprise me in the end of the story and the author did not clearly explain what if the Khan discovered that one of his generals was a woman or not. ( )
  aalhomed | Oct 25, 2017 |
In this version of Fa Mulan, her parents knew that she was to act like a man implace of her father. SHe also had a younger brother and an older sister. This is interesting because it brings the family closer and the readers are able to understand the urge to do well in war for her family. They allow Mulan to go because of their honor for the country and wanting to protect their family. I find it interesting how they made it seem like it was not a big deal when Mulan revealed that she was a woman. During that time it would have been a huge deal.

The illustrations for this book are phenomenal. They probably took just as long or longer to draw out than to write the actual book. There are so many details and colors that they show the entire story almost without needing words. ( )
  S.Hackett | Oct 14, 2017 |
This story is set in ancient Asia during a time of war. Mulan disguises herself as a man and joins Khan’s army to fight against the Tartar’s. Her story is told to be an inspiration to girls everywhere. Mulan’s story sends the message it doesn’t matter if you are a girl, you can do anything a boy can. Gender should not be a limitation or discriminated against. The author’s style of writing is fast pace and suspense building. On the pages in which the author is describing the battle, he uses language to build the suspense and emotion. “With a shout, Mulan urged her steed at the enemy. An armored, Tartar raider raced to meet her. The shock of their clashing spears nearly unseated Mulan.” ( )
  TiffanyA | Feb 18, 2016 |
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