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She is not a household name, but she did something that was extraordinary for her time. Harkness was a dress designer and socialite living in New York City.
Her husband heads off to exotic lands to bring back rare animals for zoos. When he dies there, Mrs. Harkness decides to finish his expedition.
What an adventure! As a round II Cybils judge, I read this book numerous times. What I loved about it is that each time I discovered a new layer of details or meaning, almost like going on an expedition of my own.
The first time I read it I was unfamiliar with the story, so I was astonished to find out about the amazing feats of the daring and persistent Mrs.
The second time I read it I savored the rich illustrations done on actual Chinese paper and the incorporation of Chinese words.
The third time I discovered how well it worked as a read-aloud book. Later I noticed how the illustrations start almost as flat cartoons and become richer in detail and complexity until in the end actual photographs are incorporated.
It was as if the illustrator was emphasizing how the life of Mrs. Harkness came into focus around the panda.
I am sure there are still more things to be uncovered. Harkness and the Panda supplies endless opportunities for learning.
It definitely would be great to accompany a geography or history unit on China. It also brings up science issues, and could be used with a discussion of endangered animals.
The illustrations could be a source of inspiration for numerous art projects, particularly collage. Finally, it would be wonderful to add to a Chinese New Year celebration.
It will be a book you will come back to again and again. Original review at Wrapped in Foil. Apr 01, Kate rated it really liked it Shelves: picture-books , illustrated-nonfiction , childrens-nonfiction , bookgroup.
An interesting telling of a little known story of how the first panda came to the U. This was in the late s, a time when it was astonishing for a woman to head off on an expedition.
The story is brief since it is aimed at early elementary ages. As an adult reader, I found myself wanting to know more, but this book is about right for the intended audience.
More could have done to explain how different China must have been to the U. I also would have liked a map at the end showing the entire journey.
I was a little disconcerted to read about the taking of a baby panda, but was glad to see the author's note in which she commented on this.
Melissa Sweet once again produces beautiful collage illustrations. I particularly like the page on which the sea journey is depicted and postcards from the time I assume are used.
Another page appears to echo Chinese scroll paintings with the four panels to show the journey on foot. May 09, Carrie rated it really liked it.
In , most of the world had never seen a panda, and many, even in China, believed they were only mystical creatures. Harkness gets her husband, an explorer, to set sail for China to capture a live panda.
Sadly, Mr. Harkness dies while on his quest. Harkness, despite many people telling her how inappropriate it would be for a lady to do this, takes over the expedition.
She has her husbands clothes and boots cut down to fit her, finds a guide, and sets out to capture a panda to bring b In , most of the world had never seen a panda, and many, even in China, believed they were only mystical creatures.
She has her husbands clothes and boots cut down to fit her, finds a guide, and sets out to capture a panda to bring back to the US.
I was initially saddened by this tale, but the author's note at the end explains how the world was a different place in the 's.
It is primarily the study of animals in captivity that has led to conservation efforts around the world.
Beautifully illustrated with Chinese influence, this is a tale of a courageous - if heartbroken - woman, who works hard to follow her dream of understanding pandas.
She earns the respect of the World Wildlife Fund, which, if you haven't noticed, has a panda as its logo.
May 17, Angela Germany rated it it was amazing. This is a beautifully written and illustrated picture book. Mr This is a beautifully written and illustrated picture book.
She had to travel across the world, climb mountains, face hardships and ignore the doubts of many people telling her she was crazy.
Against all odds Mrs. Jun 04, Anna rated it liked it Shelves: picture-books , historical-fiction , nonfiction.
She is on this adventure because it was originally meant for her husband, but he died so she is taking it upon herself. This story can be important to young girls.
It can teach them that women are capable to do the same things as men. While reading this book, readers are also given an insight into a different culture and can learn some Chinese words.
The illustrations are beautiful and bright. They have a lot of detail that express the Chinese culture and help guide you on Mrs.
One section of this book that I did not like was Mrs. Harkness took the baby panda out of its habitat and brought it to a zoo, for show.
In a classroom, teachers can use this section to teach about the importance of allowing animals to grow up in their habitat. Mar 10, Alyson Kid Lit Frenzy rated it really liked it Shelves: bears , , picture-book , nonfiction , women-s-history.
Ruth Harkness in did something that most women would not have done. She left her home and went to China to find a baby panda bear.
Her husband died during an earlier exploration due to cancer and Harkness wanted to finish that search despite being a woman.
Now though we don't advocate going to another country to capture an animal, in attitudes were different.
Harkness's actions provided many people information about pandas that wasn't available before. I did find it funny that she to Ruth Harkness in did something that most women would not have done.
I did find it funny that she took 22 pieces of luggage with her but again due to the times they had to pack everything they would need for a long trip.
Melissa Sweet's illustrations are wonderful and I do hope they get some recognition. May 31, Heather rated it really liked it Shelves: picture-books.
In , not many people had seen a panda bear. One exception to this was explorer William Harvest Harkness, who in September of that year sailed for China with the hopes of bringing a live panda back to the United States.
Unfortunately, he died before accomplishing his goal. When his wife learned of his death, she decided to take up the gauntlet, and made plans for her own expedition, in spite of criticisms from friends and family.
Potter's picture book narrative of her adventure, combined with In , not many people had seen a panda bear. Potter's picture book narrative of her adventure, combined with mixed media illustrations from Sweet capture Harkness's determined spirit.
An author's note fills in some of the details, and helps readers understand the far-reaching effects of her journey. This would be an excellent read-aloud for conservation units.
Nov 04, Barb Middleton rated it really liked it Shelves: good-read-aloud , nonfiction. Terrific story and photos about a woman who brought the first panda from China.
Kids asked good questions and were curious as to how long pandas live, why Mrs. Harkness gave her wedding ring to Quentin, and it being wrong to take the baby panda from the wild.
Make sure you read the "author's note" that addresses the last question. The collage materials used by the illustrator give a flavor for China from the writing to rice paper framing water color and colored penciled pictures.
The addition of Terrific story and photos about a woman who brought the first panda from China. The addition of newspaper headlines and primary resources such as the photo of Mrs.
Harkness and the baby panda, to the postcards of destinations, and stamps make for an Asian feel and authenticity that is unique. I read this to grade 3 students.
A must for your library! Feb 24, Elizabeth K. I've read the actual, adult book about how Ruth Harkness got the panda, and I enjoyed it so I was looking forward to this.
But after reading it, I'm not sure it was the most successful transition to a children's picture book.
I get that it was a different time, but as I was reading it with my 5 year old, I was super, super aware, in an uncomfortable way, that the book doesn't really go into how this white lady went to China and TOOK a baby panda because she wanted one, an animal she had no idea I've read the actual, adult book about how Ruth Harkness got the panda, and I enjoyed it so I was looking forward to this.
I get that it was a different time, but as I was reading it with my 5 year old, I was super, super aware, in an uncomfortable way, that the book doesn't really go into how this white lady went to China and TOOK a baby panda because she wanted one, an animal she had no idea how to care for, and it ended up dying two years later.
Granted, pandas are fairly fragile animals anyway, apparently they've evolved themselves to be delicate flowers, but still.
I tried to supplement the read with some context, but it was on the fly. This gloriously illustrated picture book biography is about Ruth Harkness, credited with introducing the first panda to the Western world.
According to the book, up to this time s the panda was a mythical creature much like the unicorn. After Mrs. Harkness' explorer husband died of cancer in the middle of his expedition to find a panda, she decided to carry on with his mission.
Though the story is much simplified for young readers, how she manages to succeed is fascinating and readers may This gloriously illustrated picture book biography is about Ruth Harkness, credited with introducing the first panda to the Western world.
Though the story is much simplified for young readers, how she manages to succeed is fascinating and readers may want to go on to learn more about this intrepid and determined person, and about pandas.
Mar 18, Betsy rated it really liked it Shelves: picture-books , nonfiction , historical-fiction. The style here is similar--collage, gentle illustrations, mixed media.
The story charmed my children: a lady goes off in the s to find a panda and bring it home to the United States.
Jan 10, Heidi rated it liked it Shelves: picture-books-and-graphic-novels , informational-biography , mock-sibert This simple picture book tells the story of Ruth Harkness, who completed her deceased husband's expedition to find and bring back the first panda to the United States.
Friends and strangers doubted her ability and sanity -- a woman traveling to China in was highly unusual, but Mrs. Harkness succeeded and caused 'pandamonium'.
Melissa Sweet's illustrations are the star of this story. The author's note is essential to address the questions contemporary readers may have about the morality of t This simple picture book tells the story of Ruth Harkness, who completed her deceased husband's expedition to find and bring back the first panda to the United States.
The author's note is essential to address the questions contemporary readers may have about the morality of taking a baby panda from the wild.
An timeline and short bibliography are included. May 31, Amy rated it it was amazing Shelves: juvenille-non-fiction , picture-book.
I absolutely fell in love with this book and the remarkable story it tells. It is the journey of one woman who suffers the loss of her husband as he is on an expedition in China to discover the mythical "panda bear" and decides that despite the odds, she has inherited this expedition that she will finish.
I truly loved everything about this sweet book from the writing to the illustrations to the true life story of this remarkable, brave woman.
Jul 23, Lois rated it really liked it Shelves: children-s-picture-books. This is a beautifully illustrated and engaging biography of the intrepid Ruth Harkness, who took over her late husband's quest to bring back a panda from China in Today we would question her actions in snatching a baby panda from the wild, but the World Wildlife Fund organization credits Harkness with "evoking sympathy for the plight of the species.
Aug 29, Angela rated it it was amazing Shelves: picture-books. Keeping my fingers crossed that this will get recognized for it's amazing illustrations and the importance of Ruth Harkness's role in women's history.
With irresistable pandas, to boot! An excellent addition to the long list of male explorers studied in schools and a great pairing for studies on Jane Goodall.
Highly recommended. Mar 31, Sandy Brehl rated it it was amazing Shelves: picture-book , multi-age , history , nature , pb-non-fiction , anecdote-bio.
Outstanding visuals combine delicate art, collage-like images, authentic photos, and postcards with insertions of maps, and iconic characters.
This is a true story of the first giant panda in captivity, and a woman who exceeded the limitations of gender expectations to accomplish what was thought to be impossible.
Apr 21, Sharon Lawler rated it liked it Shelves: a-biography , a-picturebooks , asia-china , animal-panda. Excellent biography of the woman who brought the first Giant Panda to the United States.
In the 's her husband, who was an explorer, journeyed to China on a quest to find a panda. Unfortunately, he died.
Ruth Harkness, although totally untrained as an explorer, was determined to finish her husband's goal. May 02, Carol rated it it was ok Shelves: biography-memoir , non-fiction-childrens , animals-nature.
I know this is supposed to be a sweet heartwarming tale. But I found it sort of sad, the panda was perfectly happy in its home in China and then she takes it back to America and puts it in the zoo.
Zoos always make me sort of sad too. So while this is an interesting story its just a bit too sad for me. Jun 13, Matthew rated it really liked it Shelves: biographical-picture-books.
The story of a dressmaker that trekked into the wilds of central China to bring back the first giant panda that many Americans had ever seen is beautiful, true, and cleanly presented.
I like the inclusion of a summative author's note and photograph at the end. Any kid could read and enjoy this, and learn a little something too.
Oct 29, Elizabeth rated it really liked it Shelves: nonfiction. Oct 15, Angela rated it really liked it Shelves: childrens.
A lovely book about a little-known female explorer. The mixed media illustrations incorporate Chinese newspaper, postcards, and maps so that the book resembles a personal journal.
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