Here is a classic, comic tale from Grimm about a kind-hearted young man called Simpleton whose generosity is rewarded in strange and wonderful ways.
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He deliberately creates dissonance between text and pictures, and the success of this varies from page to page: Several tableaux of trains of characters behind the oblivious simpleton are perfect in timing and delivery, but offer no clue as to why everyone comes unstuck.| Read Full Review of The Golden Goose
A simpleton is given a magical goose and makes a perpetually serious princess laugh. This happy tale receives wonderfully puckish treatment from Shulevitz. [His] stylish artwork conjures up an old wMar 02 1998 | Read Full Review of The Golden Goose
Through his kindness to a troll, Hans, the cherubic son of a woodcutter, finds a goose ""with feathers of pure gold."" In a departure from the Grimm model, the goose informs Hans that it belongs to Princess Rosamund, and Hans immediately sets off for Rosamund's castle.| Read Full Review of The Golden Goose
From the lighter side of the Brothers Grimm, this happy tale of luck and folly receives wonderfully puckish treatment from Shulevitz (who manages to reprise the hilarious contraption he created for The Fool of the World and the Flying Ship).| Read Full Review of The Golden Goose
With the help of the little gray man and the golden goose, the man wins the princess and lives happily ever after.Oct 09 2012 | Read Full Review of The Golden Goose