Ming Lo Moves the Mountain
Ming Lo's wife is angry. The couple live beside a big mountain which causes them no end of trouble. Shadows fall over their garden. Rocks fall through their roof. And it is always raining. "Husband," says Ming Lo's wife, "you must move the mountain so that we may enjoy our house in peace." But how can a man as small as Ming Lo move something as large as a mountain? Maybe the village wise man can help. This whimsical literary folktale is set in China.
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LibraryThing ReviewUser Review - cschne11 - LibraryThing
I really enjoyed the fable “Ming Lo Moves the Mountain” by Arnold Lobel. One reason that I enjoyed it is because of the cultural perspective that it depicts. The fable is set in China and the ... Read full review
LibraryThing ReviewUser Review - Craigrugby - LibraryThing
This book contains a very classic and simple message about being able to change the things you can and accept the things you cannot change. The language, story, and illustrations are very simple, but ... Read full review