Liang and the Magic Paintbrush
Square Fish, 1993 - Juvenile Fiction - 32 pages
When a poor boy in China receives a magical paintbrush, everything he paints turns to life. But the wicked emperor wants to capture the boy when he hears the news. The story will excite readers as the ruler gets his just reward when the boy creates a masterpiece that spells his doom.
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Review: Liang and the Magic PaintbrushUser Review - Mckinley - Goodreads
Demi's books are really all about the illustrations. The story is ok not great. Read full review
Review: Liang and the Magic PaintbrushUser Review - Meltha - Goodreads
This Chinese fairy tale has a wonderful sense of the fantastic about it. It centers on the kindness and generosity of Liang through much of the story, and the illustrations, which appear to be nods to ... Read full review