A magical boy springs from a peach in answer to a lonely couple's wish for a son. But can the boy and his animal friends save the people from wicked oni monsters? In this traditional Japanese folktale, an entire village depends on young Momotaro--the Peach Boy.
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LibraryThing ReviewUser Review - rjones34 - LibraryThing
Summary: "Peach Boy" is about a old couple in Japan who longed for a son to look after and protect them. One day, the old woman was washing clothes in the river when she came upon a huge, beautiful ... Read full review
LibraryThing ReviewUser Review - Scott_Nilson - LibraryThing
In this classic Japanese folktale, an old man and woman wish for a child. The old woman is surprised to find a giant peach floating down the river one day. The woman takes the peach and when she gets ... Read full review