Emperor's Panda

Emperor s Panda The story of the first Panda ever seen in the world and a heroic quest of a shepherd boy

  • Title: Emperor's Panda
  • Author: David Day
  • ISBN: -
  • Page: 169
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • The story of the first Panda ever seen in the world and a heroic quest of a shepherd boy.

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    About "David Day"

    1. David Day

      David Day b 14 October 1947 in Victoria, British Columbia is a Canadian author of over forty books poetry, natural history, ecology, mythology, fantasy, and children s literature Internationally he is most notably known for his literary criticism on J R R Tolkien and his works.After finishing high school in Victoria, British Columbia, Day worked as a logger for five years on Vancouver Island before graduating from the University of Victoria Subsequently he has travelled widely, most frequently to Greece and Britain.Day has published six books of poems for adults and ten illustrated children s books of fiction and poetry His non fiction books on natural history include The Doomsday Book of Animals, The Whale War, Eco Wars a Layman Guide to the Environmental Movement, Noah s Choice and most recently Never A Book of Hours Meditations on Extinction 2012 His Doomsday Book was a Time Magazine Book of the Year and became the basis for the 100 part animated short TV series Lost Animals of the 20th Century David Days best selling books on the life and works of JRR Tolkien include A Tolkien Bestiary, Tolkien the Illustrated Encyclopedia, Tolkien s Ring, The World of Tolkien and The Hobbit Companion.Day s Tolkien s Ring was illustrated by academy award winning artist Alan Lee, as was Castles, The Animals Within, Gothic and Quest For King Arthur.

    167 thoughts on “Emperor's Panda”

    1. This is another of my childhood favorites. Don't remember who got it for me or where they found it, but I vaguely remember debating whether or not to pack it with me as I was putting together my backpack for the first day of first grade. The story is about a shepherd boy whose uncle is kidnapped by evil wizards who sets out on a dangerous journey into an enchanted forest to rescue him.Here is the description for anyone interested:In the mythic Celestial Empire of China long ago, Kung, a poor sh [...]

    2. After we finished this book my eight-year-old said: "I LOVED that book!" And every few hours throughout the next day she would say things like:"Mom, if 25 is the best score a book can have, and 1 is the worst, then I'd give THE EMPEROR'S PANDA 100!""Don't you think THE EMPEROR'S PANDA was the best book you've ever read?""THE EMPEROR'S PANDA is my favorite book." You get the idea. :) The book has beautiful illustrations and a nice balance of text and illustrations where you have a picture about e [...]

    3. A childhood favorite. I've read a lot of books as a very young kid, Goosebumps, The Hardy Boys and Bobbsey Twins come to mind, but this is the one book from my early childhood I remember completely. I'm certain this is the cause of my love of reading, and the fantasy genre in particular. If you're an adult, give this an hour or two of your time. If you have kids, use this to spur their love of books.

    4. I haven't been able to finish this due to my busy schedule, so I will update my review when I'm finally able to sit down and give people what they need to hear.All I can say right now is: awesome.David Day is awesome.This book is awesome.Mine is a signed copy, which is awesome.Awesome isn't a legitimate review so please hold for a proper review in the next week ;)

    5. I want to go back and reread this one (then maybe I'll write a real review) but I remember loving it when I was a kid.

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